Monthly Archives: July 2013

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.

July 21

Schoep, the Dog that Touched Millions, Dies at 20

Schoep will be missed by his many fans, and most importantly by John, his best friend of 20 years. via Time. Animals can become viral stars for any number of reasons: a hilariously grumpy face, an exquisite fashion sense or even just a ridiculous amount of cuteness. But Schoep, the German Shepherd mix who just died […]

July 21

Flash Back: Paris Transgender Community Circa 1950’s

Christer Strömholm was a photographer who captured the lives of Paris’ transgender community in the 1950’s. His exhibit is pretty remarkable. I am sharing some of the photos and the introduction to his book to continue the conversation around the T in LGBT. “This is a book about insecurity. A portrayal of those living a […]

July 21

Live from the Google Suite at AT&T Park

This Saturday I am taking a break from my job, life, and watching my San Francisco Giants beat the Arizona Diamondbacks. My friends at Google were nice enough to supply club level passes / Google Suite box seats. So I will be watching the game, queueing up blog posts for the week and enjoying myself. […]

July 20

Channing Tatum Saturday – <3

via Access Hollywood. Channing Tatum developed a newfound respect for wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum after watching the 32-year-old beauty give birth to their first child in May. “There’s a real reason why God did not give [men] the ability to have babies, because we would not be able to do it,” Channing told Chelsea Handler on […]

July 20

A Night in the Israeli Desert

July 20

Teenage Dream

You think I’m pretty Without any makeup on You think I’m funny When I tell the punchline wrong I know you get me So I let my walls come down, down Before you met me I was alright but things Were kinda heavy You brought me to life Now every February You’ll be my Valentine […]