Sunday, December 28, 2008

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W. Donnie Brown. Professional Wedding Planner (no, really). Pulling guard in and treasurer of International Women’s Flag Football.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Ned Block. Philosopher (left, pictured with somewhat lesbian-ish looking fellow philosopher, Bob Stalnaker). Currently working on The Cognitive Neurosciences IV, staring Bruce Willis.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Allan Jones. British rock journalist. Editor of Uncut magazine, which recently had cover story on Led Zeppelin. Or maybe it was Pink Floyd. Or the Beatles. Bob Dylan. Freddie and the Dreamers.... some guys from the `60s. (Music reviews are actually pretty good.) Writes column called, "Stop me if you've heard this one before," but sadly no one does.

Thursday, December 18, 2008


A number of people have written to say they may indeed consider buying a t-shirt if I would be so kind as to show a picture of it and let them know how much it cost (although the e-mails usually called me an idiot or similar for not having one up, which I can't really argue against). Here's a picture. The price: $15 or 2 for $25. Shipping included unless you live far away.* Then I split the shipping.

T-shirts sale! Guaranteed* in time for Christmas!

Only 5,000 left! If the people who invested with Bernard Madoff had used their money to buy "Men Who Look Like Old Lesbian" t-shirts, they'd only be out, what, $10, $15. Plus they'd have cool t-shirts! It's a wise investment! I saw one on ebay going for $100! (note: the last sentence is not true) So please, buy a t-shirt. It helps support the blog. (note: that last sentence can't be true either. it doesn't cost anything.) Yeah, but it takes a lot of time, which I enjoy. Okay, I'm getting off point here. Please buy a shirt because I have a bunch and I paid for them and... well, you know. Anyhow, please do not view this a desperate attempt to sell t-shirts. I like to think of it as pathetic one. Thank you. Happy Holidays. Buy a t-shirt. You'll feel better about yourself, and isn't that what this time of year is all about?

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Lim Kyeong-jin. Sports announcer. Recently voted funniest sometimes-lesbian comic of Korean ancestry, a half-dozen votes ahead of Margret Cho.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Historical edition

John Locke. English. Trained as a physician, left practice to concentrate on philosophy, mistakenly thinking there would be more money in it. Rigorous intellect is said to have greatly influenced the Founding Fathers and Carlos Mencia.

John Darnielle. Musician (Mountain Goats). Indie-god. NPR heart-throb. Funny lyricist. Three sure things in life: Death, taxes and a Prius in Darnielle's driveway.

Monday, December 15, 2008

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Shaun Donovan. Nominee for Director of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Stated goal is to expand access to affordable housing and sensible footwear.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

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Alan Carr. British comic, talk show host who thankfully doesn't talk on and on about personal sex addiction.

Monday, December 08, 2008

Facial hair edition

Kenny Rogers. Musician. In the top five (maybe higher) of submitted people for MWLLOL blog. When it comes to botox,* doesn't appear to know when to fold `em.

Saturday, December 06, 2008

Albert Lee. Musician. British guitar legend. Starts every coming out story with same words: "I know you don't know this about me but I'm..."

Alvin Lee. Musician. Chipmunk. Speedy guitarist who would love to change the world but seems uncertain what to do. Headmistress in native Nottingham.

William Ayers. Educator. Former radical. Failed Republican straw man. Passing acquaintance of president elect. Nauseatingly self-righteous for even a baby boomer, in 1974 Ayers was kicked out of lesbian commune in Vermont for never shutting the fuck up.

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

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Nick Scott (left). DJ at Electric 102.7, Charleston, W.V. Pictured here with fellow DJ Libby Jo (I think), giving a shout out from a sofa.