A gay and lesbian advocacy group demanded an apology Wednesday from “Grey’s Anatomy” co-star Isaiah Washington for comments made following the Golden Globe Awards. During a backstage interview Monday, Washington denied involvement in a heated on-set incident last year during which an anti-gay slur was reportedly uttered. “No, I did not call (co-star) T.R. (Knight) … Continue reading The petty queer establishment and its petty demands
Sixty eight percent of Georgians want it, but the 32 percent who don’t have all the power. That would be the Bible thumpers, the most reliable constituency of the Republican Party these days. Ergo, Gov. H. Dumpty said he would veto any legislation that would allow Sunday beer and wine sales at grocery and convenience … Continue reading Another big government Republican
Always glad to give my hometown some pub (via Gloria Brame): Once upon a time, there was a quaint little community known as Gainesville, Georgia. It was filled with lots and lots of poultry farms, and prided itself on being “the chicken capital of America!” Some major poultry processing plants operate out of Gainesville, and … Continue reading Poultry sex
Richard D. Parsons, chairman and chief executive of Time Warner, owns a small vineyard in Tuscany that produces a Brunello di Montalcino selling for $80 a bottle, adorned with a crest of the Parsons family. Twice a year, he boards one of his company’s four jets to visit his 20 acres in Italy. When he … Continue reading CEOs on crack
Watch this undercover examination of some alleged mainstream mosques in the UK (in six parts). We should not tolerate this madness, even if it doesn’t represent a majority of Muslims. And more of them need to speak out against it. Fanaticism must be countered, not understood and coddled.
Happy birthday to the most entertaining athlete we’ll ever know. Enjoy this hilarious clash of egos between Ali and Howard Cosell; watch more classic Ali (in word and deed) here.
Surely I’m not the first to wonder about this, but why the rush on bread and milk before a pending winter storm (in Atlanta, that means a light dusting of snow, enough to shut the schools down for a week)? What does one do with bread and milk? Dip it? And what about those of … Continue reading Man cannot live on bread and milk alone