Entries from August 2009 ↓

A Disney Makeover for Cyclops


Deathstar Cafeteria

If Housepets Were Libertarians


Minotaur Torture?

Is Using A Minotaur To Gore Detainees A Form Of Torture?

Backstreet Grandpas Are Back, Alright!

The aged Backstreet Boys are back. Well, 4/5 of them are back. The hottest one, Kevin, left the group to go be married, have kids, and start foundations and stuff. Who we’re left with are: uber-religious Brian who practically toting his Bible around 24/7, Howie who still looks as gay as ever, AJ who is nearly 100% bald at this point, and Nick who looks more white trash than ever.

Oh, even though they’ve been irrelevant for a decade, they heard that vampires were totally cool right now, so their new video is about vampires. Get it? Vampires = cool, therefore BSB = cool too. Er, not so much.

There Are Lots of Public (Govt-Run) Options


Why We Need Government-Run Health Insurance

HonorKennedy.com Petition for Healthcare Public Option

We lost a hero today. Click here to urge the Senate to honor Ted Kennedy by passing “The Kennedy Bill” and nothing less.

As I’m sure you’ve heard, Senator Ted Kennedy passed away last night at the age of 77. He was a true progressive hero, and he is already sorely missed.

Senator Kennedy called health care reform “the cause of my life.” We’ve seen comments from across the country saying the Senate should pass the strong reform bill that came out of Kennedy’s health committee — which includes the public health insurance option — and name it “The Kennedy Bill” in his honor.

We agree. So we created a petition to the Senate that we’ll deliver Monday — can you sign it?

PETITION: “Ted Kennedy was a courageous champion for health care reform his entire life. In his honor, name the reform bill that passed Kennedy’s health committee ‘The Kennedy Bill’ — then pass it, and nothing less, through the Senate.”

Please click here to add your name.

In less than an hour, over 1,000 people have already signed! All signatures will be hand-delivered to the offices of Harry Reid and other key senators in Washington DC next Monday, August 31 — just as the Senate is returning from August recess.

Senators will soon choose between Kennedy’s bill and another being written by conservative Democrats and Republicans, which likely will not include a public option. Let’s honor Kennedy’s memory by naming his own bill after him — and telling his Senate colleagues it would be a disgrace to vote against it or to water it down.

Please forward this to others. Thanks for being a bold progressive,

— Stephanie Taylor and the PCCC team

Afternoon Humpday Hotness – Scott Herman’s Undies


Scott Herman is a very nice boy. He wrote me a while back and I happily promoted his new YouTube channel for him. It’s actually quite useful and he’s fun to watch as he demonstrates workout techniques shirtless. I wish Scott all the luck in his modeling and fitness career. Especially if it leads to more Undergear ass-shots like the ones after the jump… Damn that is a fine ass!

(Oh, and make sure to click on each of the following images. In a couple you can see the outline of his peen!)

For more of my coverage of Scott Herman, click here, here, here, and here.

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McCain Booed for Defending Obama


Powerful Words: Ted Kennedy

This is Senator Kennedy’s last address to the nation at the 2008 Democratic Convention. Undergoing brain surgery only weeks before, he defied odds to attend the Convention to deliver a speech in which he endorsed Obama and passed the torch of liberalism. Considered by many to be his farewell speech:

Kennedy on universal health care coverage:

Humpday Hotness – Joel Rush


Just. Look. At. Those. Eyes. Holy eff. Do those eyes just scream dirty thoughts into your head, or what? You can almost hear them shout: “Bend over boy and get ready to take it.” Wow. I’m not sure I’ve seen eyes that sizzle with raw carnal lust like that before. And that ass. And… And…

Okay, mama needs to go get some fresh air and take a drink of cold water. Whew!

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RIP Ted Kennedy


Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, the last surviving brother of the Kennedy political dynasty and one of the most influential Senators in U.S. history, died last night at his Cape Cod home.

Kennedy died after loosing his battle with brain cancer. Kennedy, the youngest of nine children was born in 1932. He was 77.

Since 1962, Ted Kennedy served as a U.S. Senator for almost 50 years. He served under 10 presidents, one being his own brother, John Fitzgerald Kennedy who was assassinated in 1963.

Ted is the only one of the four Kennedy brothers who died of natural causes.
Kennedy’s eldest brother, Joseph, was killed in a plane crash in World War II. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was shot and killed in Los Angeles while he was campaigning for the 1968 Democratic presidential nomination.

During his years in the Senate, Ted Kennedy proved to be a champion for middle-class America by compiling an impressive list of legislative achievements including health care, civil rights, education, and immigration.

His legislative legacy includes bills which provided health insurance for children of the working poor, the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, Meals on Wheels for the elderly, abortion clinic access, family leave, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA.

On foreign issues, he was knows as a driving force for peace in Ireland, a huge advocate of ending apartheid in South Africa, and more recently, a constant critic of the war in Iraq.

Ted Kennedy was also well known for his stance on GLBT rights including co-sponsoring a 2007 legislative bill that would provide benefits to domestic partners of Federal employees.

His voting record also earned him a 100% rating by the Human Rights Campaign.

Here is a brief overview of his gay-rights voting record:

* Voted YES on adding sexual orientation to definition of hate crimes.
* Voted YES on expanding hate crimes to include sexual orientation.
* Voted NO on prohibiting same-sex marriage.
* Voted YES on prohibiting job discrimination by sexual orientation.

The death of Ted Kennedy not only marks the end of an era in U.S. History, but the end of family of lawmakers who stood up for civil rights for all.

New Moon’s Alex Meraz Rips His Shirt Off

Um… This is bizarre.

Okay dude, Alex, sweetie. I know you play a wolf in a movie, but as engrossing as the Twilight series is, it’s not actually REAL. You need to work off some of that rage. Take a deep breath and relax. Then go give blowjobs and handjobs to your costars Robert, Kellan, and Tyler. Oh, and film it too, while you’re at it. Then upload it. Kthxbye.

Oh, my favorite reference to Alex in the gay blogosphere was as a “wolf-packer.” Hahah! Love it.

Michael Moore’s ‘Capitalism: A Love Story’

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