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Old 02-06-2006, 11:42 PM   #301
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Irvine and yolland, fabulous posts there, just wanted to say that first off . Some very good points made from both of you, and Irvine, I think you're exactly right about what needs to happen in society. Someone just please tell me why in the world a person would care so much about someone's sexual orientation to the point of trying to make them feel like evil people for being who they are. We have so much more important stuff in this world to worry about.

The other thing I wanted to say is that Bill O'Reily, as usual, is an idiot.

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Old 02-07-2006, 07:56 AM   #303
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sort of an, oh well -- like when a child might choose to marry someone of a different religion, perhaps. not ideal, but hey, so long as everyone is happy.
Ouch. Really know how to cut right to a Jewish parent's heart, don't you?

Not much time to respond right now, but thanks as always for the generous response.

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Ouch. Really know how to cut right to a Jewish parent's heart, don't you?

yup.

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Old 02-09-2006, 03:47 PM   #305
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“Brokeback Mountain” has an unlikely new fan. Howard Stern declared that he not only saw the flick that has been dubbed the “gay cowboy” film, but that he found it “incredibly moving.” . .

I don't think it's at all "unlikely", when I could listen to Howard on free radio he always defended the gay community as far as I could tell. I believe he also mentioned that he has a gay family member.
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I havent always been a fan of Howard Stern,but I do appreciate the fact that he respects gay people.
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I just read this on msnbc.com, I think it's incredibly pathetic

"Some eBay merchants hawking a shirt and a pair of cowboy boots they say were worn by Heath Ledger in “Brokeback Mountain” report that a children’s charity refused celeb memorabilia from the movie because of its controversial content. “The executive director informed us that several of the organization’s conservative board of directors had decided not to allow the ‘Brokeback Mountain’ items in their charity auction because they ‘did not agree with the movie’s homosexual views’, ” notes the sellers, identified as Live Oak Farm Auction House. “We were terribly offended and told the organization that we would gladly pick the items up. We have decided to list the items on here instead."
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‘did not agree with the movie’s homosexual views’


How can homosexuality be something you "agree" with?
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How can homosexuality be something you "agree" with?


because it's a choice, silly. remember when you were a little girl and chose to be straight?

that, dear Martha, was a good choice, one that we all can agree with.

when Ennis *chose* to fall in love with Jack and have his life destroyed by crushing social forces he was powerless to understand, that was a choice we disagree with.
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Gonzaga BasketBall Players call players of opposing teams "BrokeBack." They have been asked to stop refering opposing players to that name.

http://www.kirotv.com/sports/7011667...sea&psp=sports
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because it's a choice, silly. remember when you were a little girl and chose to be straight?

that, dear Martha, was a good choice, one that we all can agree with.

when Ennis *chose* to fall in love with Jack and have his life destroyed by crushing social forces he was powerless to understand, that was a choice we disagree with.
Ahh, I see now.

I was thinking it may have been something akin to eating enchiladas, only to regret it later when they didn't "agree" with you.

Which, come to think of it, may be just what those morons were thinking.
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Jake is so cute if I could have a fantasy boytoy it might be him

The other guy looks a little bit like Josh Duhamel (who is so damn hot that I actually watched the Martha Stewart show because he was on it)
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I like this one from the new Vanity Fair that anitram posted in the celeb forum



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