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The Friday Roundup

Photo Credit:benimoto thanks to Flickr CC Thanks so much for hanging around, I’m finally getting things back in order after all of my travel this month.  I promise next week I’ll be back at it full steam and will return with my regular “Have a Fabulous Weekend.” Meanwhile, here is this weeks Friday Roundup of... Read more »

The Friday Roundup

I’m still playing catch-up and heading out of town again for the weekend, but I was able to find some weird, interesting and informative links to share with you.  Have a great weekend! Funky Mushrooms And you thought your 8-year old niece was good with sidewalk chalk 2020 Census to tabulate LGBT Couples and Transgendered... Read more »

The Friday Roundup

Recreation of Edgar Allen Poe’s funeral It’s time for The Friday Roundup that includes a bunch of wacky and wild links to hot (and strange) stories that bubbled to the top of the Internet this week. We start off with….. Edgar Allen Poe finally laid to rest 160 years later  Being gay costs more The... Read more »
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The Friday Roundup

You are beautiful and you are loved – spread the word! Thank goodness I’m gay In celebration of Sesame Streets 40th Anniversary – Bert and Ernie come to life, in a really creepy way. And you thought you made record time running naked from the bathroom to the bedroom. Check out the Worlds Fastest Nudist... Read more »

The Friday Roundup

It’s time again for The Friday Roundup, links galore to stories that are strange, interesting and informative! I wonder what it would be like if Harry Potter was gay? News has it that Obama will be in San Francisco when we’re knocking on his door in Washington in October. Copyright filtering is copyright infringement, now... Read more »

The Friday Roundup

Here are few news articles that I came across this weekend and wanted to share with you: An insurance company was fined $10MM for rescinding a man’s policy when they found out he was HIV+ Last week the 9/12ers had a protest in Washington, they said 2MM people came, it was really around 60-70K, how do... Read more »
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