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William Harold

Belatedly, here are the promised images of our third Wunderkind, William Harold, who is extremely rad.

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Dancing With The Chaz

Apparently Jesus hates Chaz Bono. Who knew? […]


Holy crap! I don’t sound like complete ass! Here is mp3 evidence: The People That Walked In Darkness Right?


Josephine receives a kitty card from her lovely Auntie Rach. In lieu of subtitles, here’s how it went down: “Kitty! Meow!” ::hug::

62-year engagement

This is quite lovely. When gay marriage became legal in the District, Henry set his sights on a wedding. Bob wanted no part of it. “We’re accepted as two human beings, always as a couple. I said, ‘I don’t see any reason for it,’ ” he recalls. “Besides that, Vera Wang will never make a […]

The Beav

And now: the always enjoyable giant inflatable beaver.


I plan to be fabulously wealthy when I die. There are many reasons for this, but one of them is that I want to make sure I leave a subsidy in my estate to pay for all of my funeral attendees to have outfits from the company that made Norway’s curling team’s pants. You can’t […]

Ice cold

UPDATE, 2/9/10: I was on NBC 10 News! I looked fat.

I was supposed to do the Lewes Polar Bear Plunge today, but unfortunately it snowed 2 feet all over the state so they had to postpone it. Sadly, I can’t make the new date. Obviously I can’t refund the donations (and wouldn’t if I […]


A flip of the beanie to Andrew for this’n:


‘Tis bettet to give than receive, says Scott Meyer: