Monthly Archives: September 2008

Jeremy’s (Good As You) Excellent Video

For a great video, go to Jeremy’s Good As You and first watch the Yes of Prop. 8 video.  Then watch his own video.  My guess is that if t.v. stations saw Jeremy’s video, it would be spread throughout the … Continue reading

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The Hiding of Sarah Palin

What I find even more scary than listening to her trying to get through the couple of interviews she actually has done, is that Sarah Palin is in hiding.  It is either her own choice, or McCain’s choice.  What is … Continue reading

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival

Every October there is a massive free Bluegrass festival called Hardly Strictly Bluegrass in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.  We went last year and I loved it.  We mostly went to hear Iris DeMent.  I was introduced to her … Continue reading

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I Guess I am a Failed ‘Project’ :)

I have been in email contact with a woman who wrote to me out of the blue.  She claimed she wanted to be my friend.  Of course, she called my ‘lifestyle’ immoral and all the other junk I have heard … Continue reading

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The Debate

I found the debate tonight very interesting.  I don’t think that either one of them scored higher than the other.  Now, to me, that is a problem for McCain.  Over and over again we kept hearing through his campaign that … Continue reading

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Defending the Faith or Advocating Violence?

I’ve been pretty good lately about not commenting on comments I make at other people’s blog.  I’ve been pretty active at leaving comments at a blog called Christocentric, written by a divorced woman named Carlotta.  She seems pretty reasonable, as … Continue reading

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The Chinese “Vote Yes on Prop. 8” Signs

Oh boy, this is interesting news.  It is no big surprise that the Mormon Church, who brought polygamy to American society, is behind the push to keep marriage one man and one woman.  My guess is that they are confident … Continue reading

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A New Poll, Good News and A Fast (that is probably good too!)

I saw in the S.F. Chronicle that it is likely that Prop. 8, the constitutional amendment that will take away the right of gays and lesbians to marry, will fail.  The number of undecided voters has dropped to 4%.  55% … Continue reading

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Tony Perkins, The American Family Association and ‘Saving’ Marriage

I received two emails today.  One is from Tony Perkins and his pals at the Family Research Center.  He wants $600,000 so that his group can ‘save’ marriage.  Tony Perkins is in Washington D.C.  The last time I checked the … Continue reading

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My First Woodworking Project

We have been extremely lucky with having the families that we do.  Both sides are very supportive and loving.  We can’t ask for better families.  For a number of years now I have been wanting to try woodworking.  I want … Continue reading

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