Monthly Archives: December 2008

Happy New Year

Well, although 2008 was a good year personally, I am looking forward to 2009 and President Elect Obama.  I’m looking forward to ENDA being passed, the Hate Crime Legislation being passed, DOMA being trashed and Prop. 8 being declared unconstitutional.  … Continue reading

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Sue, Baby, Sue!

I see that some groups are suing the state of Arkansas for their anti-gay adoption law (and anti-single as well).  The new law states that no one who is single (and that includes gay couples because the state will not … Continue reading

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A Fair Response?

I hardly ever write about things other than glbt issues here, but what happened today requires a response.  I see that Israel has attacked Gaza with warplanes and have killed 192 people and wounded 270 more!   The world should condemn … Continue reading

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New Laptop

I had to order a new laptop a few weeks ago since my old one was becoming extremely slow and every time I turned it on it had an error.  I am hoping this one will be much faster.  I … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Hanukah!

I hope everyone has a nice Christmas, Kwanzaa, or Hanukah–whatever you decide to celebrate!  We’re having some friends over for dinner tomorrow (Christmas Eve) and then we are going to a Christmas party on Christmas day in San Francisco.  It … Continue reading

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Prop. 8 Should Be Invalidated…

At least according to the California State Attorney General, Jerry Brown!  I am surprised at this since I thought Jerry Brown was going to defend Prop. 8 but try to keep the marriages that were done before this hate legislation … Continue reading

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Garden News

Today one of the palm trees in our front yard was taken down by the city.  After arguing with them since May, they decided that they would cut the whole thing down (but leave a 3 foot tall stump for … Continue reading

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