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October 19, 2005

cute candidates, drag queens, aquaman, gay cowboys, marines

I mentioned Sam Brooks before with hopes that he would be running for mayor of DC, but I'll have to settle for the preppy cutie for DC City Council Ward 3 (Georgetown area) representative instead. While the 25 year old dreamy DC native has a campaign website, it looks like he needs some design and content management help with it. I volunteer! It's actually the only way I could support him, since I'm a Ward 1 resident and voting for him would be moot.

Worldwide Dungeons and Dragons Day November 5. Geek out at your local select hobby and toy stores and maybe score some quality geek schwag. For a 24-hour period, enthusiasts are invited to participate in campaigns designed especially for the event.

October might as well be Gay Pride Month, or perhaps Tranny Pride as the drag race is next Tuesday (I might be running, more news at 11) and Saturday is the Miss Adams Morgan Pageant. I will be rooting for Miss Arizona.

Queer geeks are not to miss out on Thursday's episode of Smallville on the WB, featuring the debut of an unbelieveably hunky Aquaman (Props to Just Jared). And tonight is the season premiere of my favorite, Drawn Together on Comedy Central.
aqua fucking stud
I understand there is a gay cowboy film coming soon in theatres near you. I have read about it on every gay blog ever created. Jake Guildenhildenhall and Heath Letcher or somebody. They kiss. I get it. Gay cowboy film. OK. Understood.

This Saturday the Renegades Rugby Football Club plays the Marines from Quantico base in Virginia at 1pm, Colmar Manor Park in Maryland. It should be a fun match to watch and play. Social to follow at Titan.

Posted by jimbo at October 19, 2005 11:50 AM

Comments

"World wide D&D Day"...geesh...what's the world coming to?...lol...:)...!

Posted by: Jeff at October 19, 2005 2:42 PM

For accuracy's sake, I have yet to mention the gay cowboy movie on my blog. I do have pictures of me with a gay cowboy, however, I keep those for my private use.

Posted by: homer at October 19, 2005 2:57 PM

I hope that Aquaman gets his own show.

Or his own Falcon contract.

Posted by: Eric at October 19, 2005 5:22 PM

So the social after the match is all about discovering if the stereotype of Marines is true?

Posted by: Michael at October 19, 2005 5:33 PM

AUGH. As I said over on Sardonic Bomb, I was over Mr. Aquaman the minute he went into his overblown, I'm-think-I'm-the-shiznit strip/dance routine on American Idol. It was like, the cheesiest of cheese. Blargh.

Besides Jimbo, I thought you didn't like the uber-smooth look? LOL.

Posted by: R-R at October 20, 2005 4:03 PM