Friday, July 27, 2007

Unhappy with the Flavor of Your Penis?

Duncan Mccord

"Penis Enlarge Patch will change your vanilla penis into a chocolate one."

How does he know what my penis tastes like?

And how many ailments and addictions are there patches for nowadays, anyway?

What if there were several people in the house using patches? What if they got confused which one was which? Imagine the consequences!!

The Size of a Woman's Dick

Norma A. Stinson writes:

"Womens always giggled at me and even guys did in the public toilets!
Well, now I laugh at them, because I took MegaDik
For 5 months and now my dick is much bigger than "average" size"

What I want to know, Norma, is: What were you doing with men in a public toilet? And, what size dick is the average size for women, anyway?

Friday, July 20, 2007

How to Waste $500 Million

From a portion of an article on abstinence-only education programs that the federal government is considering funding to the tune of $141 million next year:

"Since 1996, the federal government has spent over a half a billion taxpayer dollars on abstinence-only programs, despite federal, state and independent evaluations showing the programs to be counterproductive and fiscally wasteful.

A 2006 study by the independent Society for Adolescent Medicine called the programs “scientifically and ethically flawed” and found that the “efficacy of abstinence-only interventions may approach zero.”

Twenty-three percent of U.S. school districts run abstinence-only programs, according to the Guttmacher Institute. The rate of sexually transmitted infections and HIV has increased among youth since these programs were implemented, with 4 million young people in the U.S. contracting sexually-transmitted diseases each year.

Almost half of high school students in the United States report being sexually active. Youth who have participated in abstinence-only programs and have pledged to save their virginity until marriage are just as likely to have sex as their peers. Those who participate in abstinence-only programs, however, are one-third less likely than their peers to use contraception when they do become sexually active.

“Considering that young people ages 15 to 24 account for almost half of all new HIV infections reported in the United States each year, these programs put our youth in serious danger,” GMHC said in a statement."


Just more evidence the President and his party have cared only for the souls of Americans, and not for their health or well-being. Why would we think they care for our health when they're shipping our soldiers to Iraq without the necessary training or equipment? Of course, they "stand behind our men and women in uniform". Yes they do...very far behind! Usually several thousand MILES behind! I'm just thinking of all the things that could be done with half a billion dollars that would actually do some good: levees along the Mississippi, perhaps?

Thursday, July 19, 2007


“This president talks a lot about good and evil and the need to seek out evil doers, but he doesn’t seem to recognize the evil in hate crimes. The right to live without the fear of being murdered for whom we love is not a special right.” - Elizabeth Edwards, wife of Presidential-hopeful, John Edwards, on the Matthew Sheppard Hate Crimes Bill

Eileen's Big Penis

An Eileen Kemp sent me a message today notifying me that NOTHING compares to the feeling of having a larger penis. 300000 men were satisfied with her big penis.


Eileen is a very busy girl!, guy....whatever!

Irene, are you reading this?

How about you, Parley?

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Another Conservative Bully Bites the Big One

Why don't people just wise-up when it comes to these freaks? Face it, people! If somebody is trying to deny gay people rights it is either because: 1. They HATE, or 2. They are trying to deflect attention from the fact that THEY are the sick perverts they claim to want to "protect" you and your precious "values" from!

Wake up! WAKE UP!!!!!

Anyway, read on and enjoy conservative christianity and politics collapse from within. Anyone ever read Mark Twain's thoughts on religion and those who want to try to save the world through their morality? Do it. Everything he said then is STILL TRUE today! Really. Do it. (Well, after you read my blog, of course!)

Washroom Sex Bust Blow To McCain Campaign
by Newscenter Staff

Posted: July 12, 2007 - 5:00 pm ET

(Titusville, Florida) A co-chair of Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign in Florida has been busted for trying to pick up an undercover male police officer.

State Rep. Bob Allen (R), a foe of LGBT rights in Florida, is charged with offering the cop $20 for oral sex in a washroom at Veteran's Memorial Park in Titusville.

Police said that Allen, 48, was seen coming in and out of a restroom three times before approaching the officer.

Allen has been charged with solicitation for prostitution, which has a maximum penalty of one year in jail.

The state lawmaker is one of six co-chairs of McCain's Florida campaign. Allen posted a $500 bond and was released pending trial.

Ironically in the last session of the Florida legislature he sponsored a failed bill that would have tightened the state's prohibition on public sex. He also has been a supporter of amending the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage and has opposed a bill to curb bullying of gay students.

Allen resigned Thursday from the McCain campaign.

Meanwhile, two McCain strategists abandoned the campaign in Iowa on Thursday. Ed Failor Jr.and Karen Slifka longtime GOP operatives with deep ties in Iowa.

The three withdrawals Thursday will hurt McCain's campaign already damaged by money problems.

Big Penis Part 2

As you all know, Irene has a bigger penis than I do, and good for her. Out there somewhere, a Debra McClure has apparently found that Irene isn't the only one with a big penis. My spam mail box had this from Debra: "Who has the bigger penis? Parley Grimm."

Congratualtions, Parley! Sorry to hear you have such an unfortunate name, but at least your penis is bigger than Irene's! (Whose penis is bigger than mine and since I've heard no one complain to me about my size, I really don't care.)

Thanks to Debra for clearing that up!

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Big Penis

I just received an email from an "Irene" claiming she had a bigger penis than mine.

This is noteworthy.

I don't know an Irene or anyone who has become an Irene.

If Irene does have a penis bigger than mine, good for her.

But what's REALLY noteworthy here is that SHE HAS a penis! The subject line of that email should have read:


Now that's worth opening the spam mail!

Another "Christian" Hypocrite Bites the Dust

Voted To Ban Gay Marriage Christian Conservative GOP Senator Linked To DC Madam
by The Associated Press

Posted: July 10, 2007 - 9:00 am ET

(Washington) Sen. David Vitter (R-La.), whose telephone number was disclosed by the so-called "D.C. Madam" accused of running a prostitution ring, says he is sorry for a "serious sin" and that he has already made peace with his wife.

"This was a very serious sin in my past for which I am, of course, completely responsible," Vitter said Monday in a printed statement. "Several years ago, I asked for and received forgiveness from God and my wife in confession and marriage counseling. Out of respect for my family, I will keep my discussion of the matter there - with God and them. But I certainly offer my deep and sincere apologies to all I have disappointed and let down in any way."

Vitter's spokesman, Joel Digrado, confirmed the statement Monday evening in an e-mail to The Associated Press after a statement purported to be from Vitter was received by to the AP bureau in New Orleans.

It said his telephone number was on old phone records of Pamela Martin and Associates before he ran for the Senate.

Deborah Jeane Palfrey is accused by federal prosecutors of racketeering by running a prostitution ring that netted more than $2 million over 13 years, beginning in 1993. She contends that her escort service, Pamela Martin and Associates, was a legitimate business.

A Harvard graduate and Rhodes scholar, the 46-year-old Vitter was elected to his current office in 2004, becoming the first Republican from Louisiana elected to the Senate since Reconstruction. He represented Louisiana's 1st Congressional District in the House from 1999 to 2004.

Vitter and his wife, Wendy, live in Metairie, La., with their four children.

Palfrey's attorney, Montgomery Blair Sibley, told the AP, "I'm stunned that someone would be apologizing for this." He said Palfrey had posted the phone numbers of her escort service's clients online Monday, but that he had not been aware Vitter's number was among them. Vitter's statement was sent to the AP's New Orleans bureau Monday evening.

Palfrey's Web site contains several pages phone records, but no names, dating from August 1994 to August 2006. Palfrey wrote on the Web site that she believed a disk containing the records had been pirated, and said she was posting the records "to thwart any possible distorted version and to ensure the integrity of the information."

Why don't people like Vitter all just admit they HATE?! Oh, that might make them seem UN-CHRISTIAN even to those so gullible to have been duped to become their supporters. You know, even in this day and age you can fool all of the people some of the time. And some of the people all of the time. But you can't fool all of the people all of the time. And that wouldn't exactly be fooling anyone, would it?

Bush officials muzzled Surgeon General

Carmona says Bush officials muzzled him
By KEVIN FREKING, Associated Press Writer July 11, 2007

WASHINGTON - President Bush's most recent surgeon general accused the administration Tuesday of muzzling him for political reasons on hot-button health issues such as emergency contraception and abstinence-only education.

Dr. Richard Carmona, the nation's 17th surgeon general, told lawmakers that all surgeons general have had to deal with politics but none more so than he.

For example, he said he wasn't allowed to make a speech at the Special Olympics because it was viewed as benefiting a political opponent. However, he said was asked to speak at events designed to benefit Republican lawmakers.

"The reality is that the nation's doctor has been marginalized and relegated to a position with no independent budget, and with supervisors who are political appointees with partisan agendas," said Carmona, who served from 2002 to 2006.

Responding, the White House said Carmona was given the authority and had the obligation to be the leading voice for the health of all Americans.

"It's disappointing to us if he failed to use his position to the fullest extent in advocating for policies he thought were in the best interests of the nation," said Deputy Press Secretary Tony Fratto. "We believe Dr. Carmona received the support necessary to carry out his mission."

Confirmation hearings are scheduled to be held Thursday for Dr. James. Holsinger Jr., the Kentucky cardiologist Bush nominated as the nation's 18th surgeon general. The nomination has been criticized by gay rights groups.

Carmona testified Tuesday at a hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Also appearing were Drs. C. Everett Koop, who served as surgeon general from 1981-1889, and David Satcher, who served from 1998-2001.

"Political interference with the work of the surgeon general appears to have reached a new level in this administration," said committee Chairman Henry Waxman, D-Calif.

Koop is probably the most recognized former surgeon general. He talked about AIDS as a public health issue rather than a moral issue, which won him many admirers and some critics. He said President Reagan was pressed to fire him every day, but Reagan would not interfere.

Koop said that after he left office he had more access to the secretary of Health and Human Services than his successor, Satcher, and that embarrassed him. "Dr. Carmona was treated with even less respect than Dr. Satcher," Koop said.

A report condemning secondhand smoke was a hallmark of Carmona's tenure.

Another report, on global health challenges, was never released after the administration demanded changes that he refused to make, Carmona said.

"I was told this would be a political document or you're not going to release it." Carmona said. "I said it can't be a political document because the surgeon general never releases political documents. I release scientific documents that will help our elected officials and the citizens understand the complex world we live in and what their responsibilities are."

He refused to identify the officials who sought the changes.

Carmona said he believed the surgeon general should show leadership on health issues. But his speeches were edited by political appointees, and he was told not to talk about certain issues. For example, he supported comprehensive sex education that would include abstinence in the curriculum, rather than focusing solely on abstinence.

"However, there was already a policy in place that didn't want to hear the science, but wanted to quote, unquote preach abstinence, which I felt was scientifically incorrect," Carmona said.

Wonder if Bush muzzles his own doctor???----or worse??!!

Yet more proof Bush is the worst President in U.S. history. And possibly the worst leader of any nation in world history!

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

13 Things to Remember

While it goes against my better judgement in doing so, I'm simply "cutting and pasting" something I found on the internet. But I thought these are things that we need to be reminded of and think about more often than we probably do:

1. I love you not because of who you are, but because of who I am when
I am with you..

2. No man or woman is worth your tears, and the one who is, won't make
you cry.

3. Just because someone doesn't love you the way you want them to,
doesn't mean they don't love you with all they have.

4. A true friend is someone who reaches for your hand and touches your

5. The worst way to miss someone is to be sitting right beside them
knowing you can't have them.

6. Never frown, even when you are sad, because you never know who is
falling in love with your smile.

7. To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the

8. Don't waste your time on a man/woman, who isn't willing to waste
their time on you.

9. Maybe God wants us to meet a few w rong people before meeting the
right one, so that when we finally meet the person, we will know how
to be grateful.

10. Don't cry because it is over, smile because it happened.

11. There's always going to be people that hurt you so what you have
to do is keep on trusting and just be more careful about who you trust
next time around.

12. Make yourself a better person and know who you are before you try
and know someone else and expect them to know you.

13. Don't try so hard, the best things come when you least expect them

Thursday, July 5, 2007

Bush Threatens To Veto DC Budget For Not Blocking Domestic Partner

God forbid DC try to be good to ALL its people! This is what they get? Punished for being good?
The President has a funny way of demonstrating his so-called "Christianity".

Read on:

Bush Threatens To Veto DC Budget For Not Blocking Domestic Partner
by Newscenter Staff

Posted: June 27, 2007 - 5:00 pm ET

(Washington) President Bush issued a warning to Congress on Wednesday
that he will veto budget appropriations for the District of Columbia
unless the measure contains language barring the district from using
any of the money for its domestic partner registry.

The registry allows same and opposite-sex unmarried couples to
register their relationships.

Three quarters of the District of Columbia's budget comes from local
revenue - city taxes and fees. But, about $120 million in additional
funds comes from the federal government.

That money is contained in the Financial Services and General
Government Appropriations Act.

Under Republicans the legislation stated that none of the federal
money could be used to support the partner registry. When Democrats
took control of Congress the requirement was removed.

In threatening a veto the White House on Wednesday issued a statement
saying: "The Administration strongly opposes the bill's exclusion of a
longstanding provision that disallows the use of Federal funds to
register unmarried, cohabitating couples in the District, to enable
them to qualify for benefits on the same basis as legally married
couples. Under Federal law, legal marriage is the union between a man
and a woman. Federal tax dollars are not used to extend employment
benefits to domestic partners of Federal employees, and D.C. should
not enjoy an exception to this rule."

The Domestic Partner registry includes such partner rights as
hospital and nursing home visitations, medical decisions, and
inheritance rights.

"With his popularity at an all time low, this President has yet again
dipped his cup into the well of anti-gay bigotry," said Human Rights
Campaign President Joe Solmonese.

"He has issued a veto threat on funding for the District of Columbia
because long-term, committed couples want to have such basic rights as
visiting each other in the hospital and making medical decisions for
their partner. The anti-gay zeal of this Administration has reached a
new low."

Gay Democrats seized on the veto threat as another example of wedge

"This is a misleading veto threat designed to parrot the talking
points of the anti-gay special interests which control and finance the
Republican Party, said National Stonewall Democrats Executive Director
Jo Wyrick,

"President Bush would never threaten to withhold federal funds from
California because it employs a domestic partnership registry. Yet,
Republicans feel that the District of Columbia is their financial
playground that they can use to bully local families at the pleasure
of their anti-gay agenda. That is wrong."

The District of Columbia established a local domestic partnership
registry in 1992. However, the Republican congressional leadership
routinely prevented the registry from being enacted until 2002.

Since that time, the Republican-led Congress have repeatedly attached
anti-gay language to past appropriations bills which stipulate that
federal funds cannot be used to operate the program. Since local funds
are used, observers have noted that the provision was simply used as a
way for Republicans to demonstrate their disapproval for the law and
for same-sex families.

The removal of the domestic partner provision from the financial
services act came at the request of Congressman José Serrano (D-NY)
and other Democrats.

"There are serious issues for the country to deal with, yet the
President wants to focus on this," said Congressman José Serrano
(D-NY) in a statement.

"This was a redundant provision that bashes the District of Columbia.
There are no federal funds directed at the domestic partners registry.
Its like putting out a statement that says that José Serrano is not a
Republican. Yeah, we know that already. I took out this past provision
because it is a bad statement that doesn't bring people together, but
tries to divide them instead."

Ironically the legislation also provides financial support for federal
programs including the salary of the President.

It is the second time in two months the president has threatened a
veto over a gay issue.

In May the White House said that if legislation adding gays and
lesbians to federal hate crime laws the president would nix it.

Wednesday, July 4, 2007


I went to the 7 Eleven behind the PeopleSupport building just across the street from us to buy milk and tape. Found the milk to be OK, the tape was turning various shades of orange, though. OK. I decided to just get the milk.

I brought it up to the counter and the clerk asked me if that was all.

"Yes", I said.

"Hot dog? Condom?", he said.

How suggestive is THAT?! At least he's direct and to-the-point...

Sunday, July 1, 2007

Pride Month---Be Happy (and Party)

...and party we did. Just so happens this party was a white party and an opening of a photo exhibit of mine all in one. I was in the spirit of both. As much as I try to stay behind the camera whenever possible, I just couldn't resist getting a picture with the go-go boy at the bar. Why he had on blue jeans is another matter entirely. But his white thong was a nice touch!