Monthly Archives: September 2007

Anti-Immigration and our First rain since April

I know those topics are unrelated, but I don’t like to write short posts!  🙂 We had our first rain since April today (or maybe it was May).  It certainly wasn’t very much, and it was a bit of a … Continue reading

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Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters: Exposing the Lies of the Anti-Gay Industry

I was excited today to find Alvin A. McEwen’s book in my mailbox today.  It looks like it is going to be a very good read.  I’m looking forward to reading it.  And I was very excited to see that … Continue reading

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Dear, Dear Abby

I think I have mentioned before that I love Dear Abby.  Unlike the anti-gay industry, Dear Abby is kind, compassionate and is just an all-around good person.  I missed this letter (which I can’t believe since I usually read Dear … Continue reading

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Busy, Busy, Busy

It has been a couple of days since I last posted.  It has been busy here.  Our friend Chris is arriving from Switzerland on Monday and I am trying to make sure I am a week ahead on all of … Continue reading

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Exodus and their New Scientific Study

I’ve been awaiting for a while now to catch a glimpse of the new study put out by Exodus on how gays and lesbians can change.  The study just came out the other day, and talk about wasted anticipation!  Exodus, … Continue reading

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Value Voters Presidential Debate

The other day I received a ‘personal message’ from Don. E. Wildmon, the President of the American Family Association (Or as I like to call it, the Don E Wildmon Family Association).  It is about an upcoming presidential debate called … Continue reading

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A Missing Blog, A Temporarily Shut-Down Blog

I usually spend a bit of time each week looking over anti-gay blogs.  It is never fun, but it does give me something to write about (as Robert Bayn has pointed out in the past).  I noticed about three weeks … Continue reading

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