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A new study on US views of homosexuality by the Third Way Culture Project gives hope for the future for us in the US. Polls and studies are always skewed,but this doesn't seem too far off from my experience. I think there is a lot more apathy that blankets even pro-gay hets. Things won't change without work, and they do offer suggestions for addressing these problems. With all the creative
I have no idea how many times I have heard the song "It's Raining Men"by the Weather Girls, who were at the time called the politicly incorrect Two Tons of Fun. The first hundred times I was in high school and it was slightly scandalous fun with a sense of lusty joy for men. Since then I have come to loathe it, as well as the squeals and hand flinging that go with it. I don't want to be mean, because I know people who love it, but I have heard this at clubs, in restaurants, at the supermarket,
Today an important change in the Digital Rights Management debacle. EMI and iTunes announced new versions of iTunes downloads that don't have DRM and are higher quality, plus they won't be dependent on iTunes.
Of course this comes with a premium fee, but it's just the start. If I buy something, I should be abe to use it how I would like. I've bought some media in 4 formats. Apple was smart in taking the lead for the major players.
Keeping with the music theme, I wanted share one
It was a stormy time in Texas, so I caught up on some movies. The dreariness set the mood for Children of Men. Let me get it out of the way, Clive Owen is friggin beautiful, and he really held the emotional tone of the movie. It takes place 20 years in a future where a child hasn't been born in 18 years. Britain is the only civilized country left, but because of immigration fears, it is on the brink of civil war. An immigrant girl becomes pregnent and Clive must get her to safety. I thought it brought