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Feb 8, 2010 jtchicago commented on SL Letter of the Day: The Toilet Brush Off.
no thank you. the old perv goes.
Aug 19, 2009 jtchicago commented on "Vile, contemptible nonsense.".
AMEN! That is how it is done.
Jul 28, 2009 jtchicago commented on "The opposite of homosexuality isn’t heterosexuality. It’s holiness.".
LOL. this post is great. I have been ex gay so far today.
Jun 19, 2009 jtchicago commented on Willfully Obtuse & Gracelessly Rude.
Hating on those in the community does not make the community stronger Max. Would Max prefer that the twinks, dykes on bikes and leather daddies all assimilate to some mainstream defined gay? One of the great parts of the community is our diversity, don't try and take that away.
Jun 14, 2009 jtchicago commented on Westboro Baptists: "The Hot One".
@ 30 HAHA. he is probably down for some kink
Jun 13, 2009 jtchicago commented on This Isn't Happening, Right?.
could someone post the e-mail and phone numbers for Barney, Tammy and Jared?
May 26, 2009 jtchicago commented on Something's Coming....
something is coming..... little to no action?
May 26, 2009 jtchicago commented on Listening in Bed, Half Asleep....
The news for the weeks to come will be Sotomayor. The Prop 8 decision could have become something major for nightly news tonight and morning news tomorrow but it is not looking that way.

We could always steal the front page story attention back by coming out in force tonight but I doubt this will happen. The anger that was seeen back in November is all but forgotten and many in the community are not even aware what will happen at 10am in CA.
May 19, 2009 jtchicago commented on Ventura vs. Hasselbeck.
So strange that Ventura is the voice of reason and logic... does not say much for The View. But that Hasselbeck sure has those GOP talking points down, good for her.
May 19, 2009 jtchicago commented on The Gender Gap.
who is this Mr Poe character? did they time travel from the 1950's?

I wish I was surprised by the comments.... but it is the art of distraction, rather than discuss the ideas or issues, pick apart how the woman looks or the dislike for her pant suit.