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"A Mississippi Love Story" preview.
Something inside me still loves the South, and I'm not even from there. And I'm sure most of the South would not love me. And I would be miserable it there if I lived there. So what is it then?
My all time favorite book is "A Short History of a Small Place" buy T.R. Pearson. I read every book by Walker Percy. I love Louisiana flavors. I had 2 boyfriends from S. Carolina, both incredibly sweet and lovable. Much of the food I like is a variation on Southern cuisine.
WA State - widely reported, 17% of all marriages here this year were same sex.
My town, a sleepy conservative suburb across the Columbia River from famously trendy hipster Portland Oregon - a state where the citizens joined hands and said "NO!" to marriage equality,is now a "mecca" for same sex marriage.
Doubtless, that % will drop significantly when the pent-up demand by long established couples is met, and when other states recognize equality.
link to that article
Interesting article on Hemant Mehta's "The Friendly Atheist" site about moving on from the Ted Haggard scandal - what happened to the megachurch, what happened to Haggard, and what happened to Mike Jones, the man wo exposed Haggard.
It's interesting we call men who sell sex to men "escorts" and women who sell sex to men "prostitutes" and one sounds so much more benign than the other. That's not a judgement on the people who make their living that way, just a comment on how we label these things.
I decided to buy Mike Jone's book. This seems like ancient history now.
Daniel, I think you'd look better in a two-piece, anyway.
If that was my swimsuit it would basically just be lumpy. Not necessarily fun lumps.
Despite the Xian musical theme, this ad is a blast.
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