Monthly Archives: July 2006

Norwegians Don’t Wear Sunscreen

Really, they don’t.  And they should…more on that later. Yeesh, I leave the country for one week and the whole world goes crazy!  Lance Bass is a gay??!?  Who knew, with his overplucked eyebrows and boy band membership?  I never … Continue reading

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Big Yellow Cab

For those of you who may be visiting New York in the near future, let me give you a lesson in how to hail a cab: Look at the light on top of the cab.  Is the light on?  If … Continue reading

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Ta-Dah!

This guy Kevin Achman has a Flickr album pictures far superior to mine of Jake Shears from the Siren Music Festival.  You can go check them out in the event you’d like to see extremely sharp and clear photographs of Jake Shears in his underpants.  … Continue reading

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When The Sun Goes Down

Last Thursday, July 13th, was a special day in Manhattan. Twice a year, the sunset lines up with the cross streets, and since many of the cross streets go clear across from one side of Manhattan Island to the other, you can see the … Continue reading

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I Predict A Riot

I’m sure you’re all wondering – what exciting thing could all these people be looking at?  And why is Davis McDavis in front of all of them?  Is it because I wanted to see – yet again – what it would smell … Continue reading

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The Paparazzi Descend

I forgot to tell you about a story that happened in South Beach.  While E and I were sitting on the beach, around three o’clock on afternoon a gaggle of gay gooses showed up all a-twitter and a-cocktailed over next door … Continue reading

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Candy Is Dandy, And Liquor Is Quicker, But Try Not To Be A Total Whore All The Time

Do you ever realize, really long after the fact, that you’ve misunderstood a word or phrase for years and years and years?  For example, I used to think the commonly-used phrase was “for all intensive purposes” instead of “for all intents and purposes.”  … Continue reading

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