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September 18, 2007

cue stereotypic downtrodden caucasian fife music

Nellie's Sports Bar gets a shout-out from Matthew Yglesias in The Atlantic online today. Does a gay sports bar mark the advent of the end of straight culture? I personally don't think Nellie's is going to undermine the fabric of heterosexuality any more than I have undermined the fabric of the gay blogosphere for almost 10 years now. Foodie review of Nellie's in the Washington Post.

Speaking of anniversaries, real-live hunky muscledawg-porn-crazed blogger Jocko celebrates his 7th, and mentions the upcoming release of a live-action Iron Man movie feauring Robert Downey, Jr. as the troubled Tony Stark. It is perfect casting considering both the actor and the character have a history of struggles with substance abuse. I'm looking forward to seeing the film. It's been a good time to be a former comic book geek.

AerLingus.jpg I got my plane tickets the other day from Aer Lingus to get over the pond to Dublin for the next Bingham Cup big gay rugby tournament in June 2008. FYI: Lingus has a promotional special at the moment, having recently established new service out of Dulles last month. The next Bingham Cup is gonna be a smash, with lovely mushy peat-based pitches this time. Book your tickets today!
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We will be getting jiggy over there, I assure you.

Posted by jimbo at September 18, 2007 1:14 PM

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That sounds like so much freaking fun! I also hear that Aer Cunni Lingus is actually a pretty great air line.

Posted by: patrick at September 18, 2007 2:32 PM

Only slightly porn crazed, and damn my hits just doubled, thanks Jimbo!

Posted by: Jocko at September 18, 2007 6:21 PM

Tony Stark is a God Damn drunk!!

Posted by: Jeff at September 18, 2007 9:29 PM

Please tell me Nellie's is a "Hooters"-type place where the bar staff have to wear uber-tiny package-and-bum-hugging shorts that have the bar name strategically written across them!

Posted by: Frank at September 20, 2007 12:49 AM

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