Monthly Archives: July 2013

A Dog’s Purpose (From a Six Year Old’s Perspective)

Being a veterinarian, I had been called to examine a ten-year-old Irish wolfhound named Belker. The dog’s owners, Ron, his wife, Lisa, and their little boy, Shane, were all very attached to Belker, and they were hoping for a miracle. I examined Belker and found he was dying of cancer. I told the family we […]

July 27

Watch – “This First Love” Has a Sweet Gay Twist

First loves can be rough — especially when that love isn’t reciprocated. Father Tiger, a Los Angeles-based indie pop duo comprised of Greg Delson and John Russell, explores that youthful longing in the new video for their infectious summer single “First Love.” It’s a classic tale of boy meets girl, boy loves girl, boy and […]

July 26

The great seducers

I would like to believe that I fall under one of the great seductors in history, but let’s be honest… that’s probably not the case. I loved this article from The Independent. via The Independent. The great seducers It’s not a question of looks, nor even of technique: for a colourful few, seduction just seems […]

July 26

Op-ed: The 6 Gay Men You Never Want to Meet

via The Advocate. For today’s gay guy, the social scene can more closely resemble a modern house of horrors. No matter who you are, every gay man has a few traits that are truly cringe-worthy. But there are some mutations among us that belong under the glare of a microscope instead of sitting across from […]

July 24

You Might Be A Conservative If…

via Addicting Info. 1: You’re irate over the president taking so many vacation days on the taxpayer’s dime (61 thus far), but you thought George W. Bush earned every minute of his leisure time (196 days at the same point in his presidency). 2: You’re happy with your 40 hour work week, paid vacations and […]

July 23

Dying father has last first dance with daughter Normally I don’t go for the sappy, the overly emotional. I saw this segment from The Today Show and had to post the video and one of the quotes. A man dying of cancer had some observations on life. Here are his words: “Each and every day, we have a choice. We have a […]

July 22

Thought of the Day

The way I am seeing the word today.