vertigo66: (That One)
You Californians still have to vote. Make sure you vote NO on prop 8!

mcjoan on DailyKos says:
I just got word from the folks at Calitics that "polling locations deserted in key areas for us" on Prop 8.

Folks, if you are in California, or if you have friends and family there opposed to Prop 8, urge them to keep on voting.

South Dakota defeated the horrible abortion ban.

Colorado defeated their anti-abortion initiative.

Keep up that momentum and don't let California institutionalize discrimination.
vertigo66: (Nip/Tuck - Almost Kiss)
GOP front-runner or Buffy villain? He's going to look so presidential up there next to Hillary, Obama, or Edwards, dontcha know.

Hey, don't forget to vote in the Tubeys at Television Without Pity. Voting goes a lot faster now that there are only 10 nominees per category. Make sure you at least vote for Sean and Christian for best Hoyay! moment. I voted for Jensen as my favorite actor and Logan and Veronica as worst couple. Ha. I think I voted for Sam and Dean for best relationship. And I made a point of always voting for Lana/KK in every "worst" category she was in, even though she didn't annoy me nearly as much this past year. But it's the principle of the thing. :P
vertigo66: (The O.C. - Ryan and Seth)
Okay, I just started watching Traveler. Why didn't anyone tell me one of the guys played Ryan's brother Trey on The O.C.?! I love that guy!

I thought this was funny:
"I’ve learned one thing in listening to all the debates and reading about all these people running for office, and the one fact I’ve learned, I can’t get out of my mind, is that Rudy Giuliani has been married more times than Mitt Romney’s been hunting."

-- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), quoted by the New York Times.

Good news

Feb. 16th, 2007 05:33 pm
vertigo66: (Flying Spaghetti Monster)
Good news for America: a gay person has a greater chance of becoming president than I do! (I know y'all are relieved.) But what about a gay atheist, I wonder?

Oh, so I read in the new Entertainment Weekly that the last two Republicans (that will admit it) in Hollywood will be teaming up for a new comedy series. Yes, Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton will be starring in a new show to be airing on...you guessed it, Fox. Y'know, there is a silver lining in The O.C. ending--I'll never have to watch Fox anything again! Sorry, Patricia. But don't worry, even if you weren't a Republican, I'd probably never watch you in anything because you're incredibly annoying.

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