Saturday, January 30, 2010


While CBS is busy airing an ad from known hate group Focus on the Family and denying air time to gay dating website Mancrunch, whose low production values led many to suspect that the entire project was a prank on CBS, Healthy Choice is now featuring out lesbian and Glee star Jane Lynch in a series of commercials with Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

As important as it is to make our displeasure known, it is equally important to inform them when we are pleased. To email Healthy Choice, a division of ConAgra Foods which include Jiffy Pop, Egg Beaters, Hebrew National and tons of others, click here. This is what I wrote:
Thank you for selecting jane Lynch as a spokesman for your Healthy Choice line. I love her on Glee and think she is an excellent role model.
And now, incase you've missed them, Jane's Healthy Choice commercials:

ps. I could only find one commercial but there are more.

Friday, January 29, 2010


Click here for more -- Guy with iPads


John Barrowman, Mr Torchwood himself, is going to be in a six episode arc on Desperate Housewives playing the bad guy. I hope he plays him naked and he gets to sing.


15 meatballs [maybe 30] served with red  potatoes and lingonberry sauce. $4.99

Delicious chocolate layered cake. $2.99

Then some power shopping to burn off a few calories. 

Thursday, January 28, 2010


As you know by now, CBS is still planning to air an ad by known hate group Focus on the Family featuring University of Florida football praying hunk Tim Tebow and his mother. Tebow is known for placing Bible verses into the black stripes under his eyes during games. (He's home schooled!) It's expected that the Tebows will give a personal message against abortion in the ad.

It took me 15 seconds to email a complaint to CBS. They will log it and it will be added to all other complaints. We need to make ourselves heard. I am so tired of rightwing conservatives being heard and getting their agenda completed. No more. I will lodge my complaint every time and I will keep it  simple because a complaint is a complaint whether it is 10 words or a thousand. Besides, you know they only read the first sentence. The rest of my thoughts I'll save for my blog post.

Click here to complain to CBS. Copy my words if it makes it easier.
I object to you airing an ad from known hate group Focus on the Family featuring University of Florida football praying hunk Tim Tebow and his mother. Advertising is supposed to be limited to marketing products NOT radical hate group propaganda.
If the ad is not pulled, I will not be watching Super Bowl 2010.
I will contact other sponsors of Super Bowl 2010 informing them of my complaint to you and my intent to boycott their products and request that they withdraw their ads unless you withdraw the Focus on The Family Ad.



Wednesday, January 27, 2010


Apple today introduced iPad, a revolutionary device for browsing the web, reading and sending email, enjoying photos, watching videos, playing games, reading e-books, and much more. Its high-resolution Multi-Touch display lets you interact with content — including 12 innovative new apps designed especially for iPad and almost all of the 140,000 apps available on the App Store. At just 0.5 inches thick and 1.5 pounds, iPad is thinner and lighter than any laptop or notebook. iPad will be available in March starting at the breakthrough price of just $499.

Watch this -- I didn't even need lube.

Maybe the funniest skit ever on MadTV. And prophetic too.


I`m selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control, and at times hard to handle, but if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.                               - Marilyn Monroe

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


1. Thank the person who nominated you for this award.
Thank you to Stephen at POST APOCALYPTIC BOHEMIAN. Your kind words, encouragement and fine example inspire me.
This is actually my second award, my first award was graciously bestowed upon me by adorkable JP over at This and That but I thought I was undeserving and never posted it. I still think I am undeserving but I'm saying FU to my self esteem because who am I to judge the opinion of others.
2. Copy the logo and place it on your blog.
3. Link to the person who nominated you for this award.
Already done. Stephen has been on my blogroll for forever and we follow each others blogs. POST APOCALYPTIC BOHEMIAN
4. Name 7 things about yourself that people might find interesting.

  1. I love watching and playing tennis and have won several GLTA tournaments but it's been several years since I last played. 
  2. I was MVP of my High School Bowling team but did not go to the awards dinner to receive it. When cornered by several football players who were annoyed that I did show, I told them, "Why should I care if you see me accept an award? You never think of me except to make fun of me and my life here hell. I'll be glad to never see you again." And I lived!
  3. I have no artistic talent what-so-ever. I can't paint or draw and musically I'm lucky if I can play a good CD let alone an instrument.
  4. I just finished watching 50 First Dates for like the 100th time and I cried at the end again.
  5. I have never seen any of the Godfather movies. I have been to the real house shown in the first Godfather. Not in it but in front of it and I can show you where the holes in the walls are for the machine guns.
  6. My first bj, giving and receiving, was at the US Open in Flushing Meadow Park under a statue during the day session. His name was John and he was a professional Irish rugby player. He was sunbathing under the statue and his cock was hanging out. I went up to him to tell hi about his cock and he told me, "I use my cock as bait to catch good looking men like you." He did, hook, line and sinker.
  7. I was the 2nd or 3rd shortest kid all through elementary and high school. In my family, boys don't get their growth spurt until 18-20. I'm almost 5'10" now and if I were every to go to a HS reunion, I'd be taller than allot of those jerks.
5. Nominate 7 Kreativ Bloggers and post links to the 7 blogs you nominate.
In no particular order:

  1. (This is) A Blog for the Lonely
  2. No Excuse, No Explanation
  3. The Mangina Monologues
  4. Idle Eyes and a Dormy 
  5. Michael Rivers: The Blog
  6. Bob Out
  7. Rambling along in life...

6. Someone forget to post rule 6

7. Leave a comment on each of the blogs letting them know they have been nominated.


Would you rather.....

1. A relaxing vacation or an adventurous trip?

I'm terrible at planning trips so when I'm by myself, I like my vacation to be relaxing and on the ocean. I can lay by the pool or ocean by day and eat dinner out then go dancing. The last few years my vacations have been combined with GLTA Tennis tournaments.
2. Get a perfect nights sleep or have amazing sex?

Amazing sex. I have no problem getting a perfect night's sleep. Amazing sex is much tougher to come by.

3. Be intimate with the lights on or off?
Does it matter if you're blindfolded?

4. Your S/O be a terrible kisser who could always make you orgasm or an amazing kisser who could never make you orgasm?
I've had both and I'll take the guy who can always make me come. Kissing is great and I'm very talented, or so I've been told, but in all my relationships, when the sex ended so did most of the kissing.
5. Date someone much younger or much older than you?

I'm open to dating all ages but they tend to be younger rather than older and +/- 10 years.


Monday, January 25, 2010


Yesterday I was very excited to received an email for the author of Last Kiss, John Lustig. This is the second time I've ben contacted and thanked by the author of one of my favorite comics. The first time was John Forgetta, author of The Meaning of Lila.

John Lustig, thought that you and I would appreciate knowing about a Last Kiss contest. I was and I posted all about it. What I didn't know was that the contest reward was the chance to write with well known (not to me) anti-gay activist and N.O.M. board member, Orson Scott Card.  However, thanks to Prospero over at Caliban's Revenge, I have taken down the post and emailed John the following:


As I emailed you yesterday, I was very excited to receive your email and announcement of your Last Kiss Contest and wrote a post so my readers could participate; however, I have removed that post since being informed by a reader, and confirmed by my own research, of Orson Scott Card's anti-LGBT political beliefs and affiliations (he is a board member of National Organization for Marriage, a known hate group).
Given this new information I thought it would be a good idea to Google you have found that you are popular with the LGBT community. I did not find any negative information. I do think you deserve the benefit of the doubt and that you are possibly unaware, as I was, of Card's anti-LGBT views.
Depending on what I hear back from you, I may have to stop recommending/promoting Last Kiss. I hope this won't be the case and I can continue to enjoy Last Kiss.

UPDATE: I haven't heard back from John yet but did read his response to a commenter left on I left one as well. I will no longer post Last Kiss comics.

John LustigGenius_badge said, about 2 hours ago

Joey, I’m sorry that having Orson guest write for me is such a problem for you.
I know Orson’s views are controversial and I certainly don’t agree with him on some important issues. But I enjoy his work and he’s been exceedingly kind to me and I’m thrilled to have him involved in the contest.
In fact, you can expect to see Orson’s work at least one more time in the near future in regard to Last Kiss.
I have several other famous guest writers lined up (for future contests) and I didn’t ask them their political views.
I’m pretty liberal. Occasionally, I even express those views in my comics. But I have some good friends (and fans) who are conservative.
I think one of the big problems in this country right now is that things have become so polarized that neither side is really talking or listening to the other.
Granted, it’s not often that I hear much worth listening too. But I try to keep an open mind.


We're having stormy weather today. Lots of rain, some thunder and plenty of wind. Just 5 minutes after brining in my own little Toto, this  landed in the backyard.

There's no sign of munchkins, the Wicked Witch of the East or her much meaner sister and if Glenda shows up, I gonna have me a new crown. The shed blew in from the neighbor's backyard over the fence and these bushes which are over 15 feet tall.


Maybe Bill Paxton will show up to investigate...hmmm Bill Paxton.

Sunday, January 24, 2010


I was sadden to learn this morning that James Mtichell, Palmer Courtlandt of All My Children has died. I was very surprised to learn that he is survived by his partner Albert Wolsky.

I started watching AMC with my Mom back in 1970 and was a semi-regular viewer until ABC decided to show the OJ trial instead of their daytime soaps. Mom is still a fan but I lost interest forever. On three different occasions I bumped into Susan Lucci while shopping. She is the tiniest thing but always friendly and with a big smile.
James Mitchell, who played the legendary Palmer Cortlandt on All My Children for a million years, died in Los Angeles at the age of 89. ABC said James died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and complications from pneumonia.
James started his career by thrusting it on Broadway in such musicals as Carousel and Oklahoma. In 1979, James began his role as Palmer, Opal's true love and Adam's arch rival, on AMC. James' last appearance on the soap was on January 5, 2010. James is survived by his partner Albert Wolsky.

LAST KISS - by John Lustig

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