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December 17, 2003

Return of the King

Gurlagorn of the Gurlarians
Tree of Ultimate OrderToday is the day...the final installment of the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy! However, I'll only be observing this holiday, as I probably won't be going out to see it until maybe next week. Just too much going on this week to bother about it. The tree you see is Burl's, the Holy Tree of Ultimate Order, plucked from the slopes of Mt. Celestia, the ultimate resting place for the Lawful and Good. As you can see, each ornament is placed exactly 4.5" from each other ornament, to preserve ultimate order.

Tonight I'll be havin' dinner with Mitzhi Jean McWhorigan. We invited Jesus to come make some appetizers, but he probably won't show up. Like everyone these days, he says he's too busy.

As far as I know, I'm still going up to NYC this weekend for a brief visit and some clubbing. Lots of people are quite busy or away that weekend, so I'm a little disappointed that I won't be able to see/meet as many folks as I would have. However, past trips to the Big Apple have shown that time is reduced and condensed there, so maybe that's a good thing. I'll probably be hangin' out with Kiri on Saturday, then off to shake it that night at the Sound Factory. Say hi if you see me!

The Spongebob tee Gurl got me (see hot photo above) a while back sure makes my titties show up nicely. That and the 15 pounds I've gained lately. 5 of that is probably water gain due to creatine, but the other bunch is from working out my legs, which respond wonderfully to any attention I give them. Leg presses help my bootie work it better too. Anyhow, now that I have a job and am not stressing out all the time, I'm also eating more and regularly, which is a good thing.

HA HA! Check out Saddam's Fab 5 makeover on Bubba's blog! I watched the Queer Eye Christmas special last night, followed up by their new video. Fun, but after an hour I was tired of Queer!

Fresh Bush quote from Dan's blog: "If necessary, I will support a constitutional amendment which would honor marriage between a man and a woman, codify that," President Bush reportedly told ABC's Diane Sawyer today.

Unlike Dan, I'm not surprised, but I am highly enraged. To think I was a Bush supporter back in the day. Not that I was anti-Gore, but I was willing to support the guy once he made it into office. Now the fucker wants to legislate my ass into the goddamn dark ages. Once upon a time I was worried I was slipping right-of-center. I just slipped back to the left, and I'm not worried about it in the least. Bush must go. He spends too much, he wants to allow noisy snowmobiles into Yellowstone, and he's got this wierd Iraq fixation. And to all you pro-Bush gay boys out there: you are part of the problem, not part of a solution, and you are supporting a person who would gladly legislate your ass in jail for being queer. Wake up and switch sides.

Posted by jimbo at December 17, 2003 10:12 AM


It's sword fighting jimbo! Nice pic, and yes you do look good in that shirt ;-)

I did watch the Queer eye reunion but I didn't watch the music video yet, but it's on Tivo so I will get to it.

As for Bush, I don't even know what to say about him, he upsets me greatly.

Posted by: Scott at December 17, 2003 12:07 PM

This whole "pro-Bush gay boy" thing is really weird to me and I see a lot of it out there. I just don't understand how any intelligent self-respecting gay man could honestly find anything to support in the man or his agenda - or be willing to overlook it and who Bush surrounds himself with. It's puzzling to me, and too widespread to not be depressing.

I saw a bumbper sticker for sale at Pride Day last year - I wish I had bought it, but what it said has remained stuck in my mind ever since:

"If you aren't outraged, you aren't paying attention".

Is that the problem - too much Civ III and Zelda and Fab Five and the gym, and no one's paying attention?

Sorry for the rant. Thanks for waking up, Jim.

Posted by: Andy at December 17, 2003 2:46 PM

I cannot argue that CivIII hasn't rotted at least a part of my brain.

Posted by: jimbo at December 17, 2003 3:01 PM

They are fighting progress, social evolution they see stability only in status quo, very narrowminded, but very common throughout history...sooner or later we will have equal rights...though if the conservatives have anything to do about it...it will be later. Thats what frustrates me, that we have to wait for our basic rights. There is no turning back, but the conservatives try their little hearts out.

One day Great Granpaw Jimbo will rock his little cyberlesbian great granddaughter on his knee and she will say, "tell me again gampaw yimbo, about the olden days when the str8s wouldnt let you marry gampaw Brett" (at which point he will upload the story from his neural net into hers)

Posted by: GURL at December 17, 2003 3:39 PM

Your new pic looks like a scene from Highlander the series. Cool sword.

My Man and I are going to see the ROTK this weekend(Gotta get our Elven fix) Been practicing my Quenya :-)

And the whole Bush thing regarding marriage. The realist in me thinks that no law will be passed either way in regards to the definition of what a marriage is. The hopefull in me hopes that Massachusetts passes their legislation in our favour before Rob and I walk down the aisle in October.

Posted by: Dax at December 17, 2003 3:47 PM

My man's name is Brett? Mmmm...butch name. I like Brent too. Brett is the hairy college wrestler I met while I was working at the University of Maryland, right? The one with a PhD in Botany who's into rock climbing?

Posted by: jimbo at December 17, 2003 4:03 PM

Geez. I feel out of the loop. I didn't realize there were any gays that supported Bush.

Posted by: Charles at December 17, 2003 4:26 PM

eeeeewwwww you supported Bush?

I may have to remove your link from my blog...... :)

Posted by: Dan at December 17, 2003 9:14 PM