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Weekend Update in Photos

12.18.2007 @ 2:10 PM in Lifestream
Blogging was impossible last weekend. I don't get out much, but when I do, it seems to be a weekend of it. Gotta get it out of my system I suppose, so I can go back to the stodgy hermitesque lifestyle that so fits me currently. And by hermit, I mean denning up in the office, chained to my desk, watching xtube, working on projects, and blogging.Since I know homo's and blog readers alike enjoy shiny things, I've added a bunch of pictures to tell the story... bethmarkdunny.jpg
  • Ok, so Angel and I delivered the Ginger Dunny's Wednesday, but I wanted to post these anyways. Notice the uncanny likeness of Mark to a Dunny.
bethnate.jpg Beth snuck a little bite and she loved it. Too bad they weren't the gluten free, but oh wells. Angel did his gay part and made little bags for the cookies. Fucking fabuloso we are at times, Angel and I.

Saturday

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  • I'm a grandmother now, sorta. Brent (trying on the infamous Pink WhiteBoy Hoody) is my gay son. He just got his first puppy, a little Jack Russel bitch named Aubry. And since dogs are like kids to gays, this makes her my granddaughter. Oh, Brent is single, too. his email is here....
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  • I had a new experience this week: a Santos Party. See, Angel is a Witch Doctor Santero, (ya know "I don't practice Santaria, I don't have a crystal ball....") and his friends' had their saints' birthday and we were invited to attend. All the food you see behind me was placed before the throne for blessing and later eatings by us followed by diabeetus.
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  • This is a better shot of the throne, minus the Buffawhat. The urns you see are for the spirits that Angel's friends have received. Since they are are married and are doing this together, you see two of each spirit pot. It was an awesome party, you could really feel the presence of something there. I got my blessings, talked to a few of the spirits, and ate a lot of yummy food.
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  • Angel on the left, his my mammi on the right.
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  • Angel thinks I'm trying to steal his mom. He's right.
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  • I've never worn a fitted cap before.. I think I look like K-fed.
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  • My new Mammi is not to be messed with... she is Gangsta yo!
  • Later that evening... at the club.....
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  • we ran into a mess.
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  • And if you wonder why I rarely have pics of Grumpybear? It's because he makes stupid immature faces like this and hates to have his picture taken. I never get the happy couple shots, maybe because it just isn't so.

Sunday

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  • This commemorative Redskins authentic Zubaz pants belong to Grumpybear. This is the reason why we went shopping at the Niagara Falls Outlets with him. I took Angel along as a buffer to keep me from killing him. It turned out to be a good idea, as the beginning was really rough, but we managed to give him a few new looks. Don't expect pictures, he refused.
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  •  The Nor'Easter? what nor'easter? Sure it snowed, but we had a jeep and the winds were manageable.

The gunman could have been me.

12.14.2007 @ 10:20 AM in Lifestream
New Life Church, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The gunman believed to have killed four people in a pair of shooting sprees at a megachurch in Colorado Springs and a missionary training school near Denver had been thrown out of the missionary school a few years ago and had been sending it hate mail, police said in court papers Monday.
Matthew Murray, the 24 year old gunman who was killed when a security guard overtook him and shot him, grew up just like me. Now, before I get into this, I'm not condoning his actions. People are dead, yet there is something to take form all this. Matthew grew up homeschooled and lived in a a very religious conservative household, just like me. Growing up, he was probably made to go to church, as I was, until it just a cycle. As Matthew matured, I'm sure he began to realize his sexuality and noticed that how he felt was different from the rest. Just like me. In a religious household like Matt's and Mine, you are told to seek the church for help in everything. You get counseling, you have prayer meetings, you do 12 step programs, you go to youth group. We are taught to trust our clergy, trust The Word, and work to remove sinful things from our life. But what if something that is so "sinful" is actually part of your makeup? Its so ingrained in you, that it doesn't feel like everything else that is "sinful." You string along a lie, you feel it and you know God knows you are lying. You confess and get forgiveness. You feel better, whole again. But this, this is so different. It doesn't feel wrong; sure, sexual promiscuity before marriage is a touchy immoral subject to begin with, but when you open up to your church and family, they tell you that you are sinning and living a "sin lifestyle." You believe them. They tell you that you don't want to be queer, that its a choice, and you want to believe because you want to be whole in God's eyes and the Church's. However, at night you still masturbate to the thoughts of the boy you saw on the street. Afterward, you pray for forgivenes, pleading to God to change you, and that you don't want to be like that, even though that orgasm felt so real and powerful. The church sees that you are a harder case than what simple prayer and will can "cure." You need to be re-conditioned. But its not called that, its called Bible Study, its called Documentaries, its called retreats, its called turning it over to God. They begin the process of tearing down any shred of happiness you have about yourself left. You can't be happy living in sin, and you are destroying the lives of your loved ones. In fact, your actions are so hurtful to the church that you should probably only open up to a few people, no one else needs or should have to deal with your issues. So you trust this group of people in the church: the pastor, the youth minister, and a few others. You may even get to see a "real" ex-gay. Wow, look at him, so happy with his beautiful girlfriend, crisp clothes, and bright smile. But something's off with him, and you are the only one to see. You can smell a fag a mile away, seriously. Your genetic makeup makes you sensitive to male pheromones, and his smell queer. Even his moves and mannerisms are conflicted. Its like a possession of heterosexuality, and every now and then you see a crack in the facade. But he says he's happy, no longer fighting a feeling that feels right, he knows its sinful and he got rid of it, and is now a hetero man. It doesn't make any sense to you because the feelings you get are natural, how can they be bad. Your youth pastor tells you that you don't know its bad because you are living a sinful lifestyle. Until you give it up you will never know true happiness. Your folks, if they are like mine and Matt's, will back all this up at home. You have no other coice but accept the brainwashing as you slowly begin to hate yourself. You really are miserable now, you know you live in sin and you hate the very core of your being. Its a poison to your happiness and the happiness of others. A few more propaganda videos and boycotts and you are now a shell of a man. Drained of feeling, a robot, you feel free for the first time. You are hetero. However, like a dried out sponge that sucks in a drop of water, you slip and slide. All of a sudden the feelings are back, stronger than ever... a sexual rage repressed by pain and self loathing will not be ignored for long. This happens a few times, until the church begins to realize that you are not as programmable as they would like. They discard you. Not officially, but they grow "fatigued" with trying to help you when you are so unwilling to change. You are still a product of the church, and now without a master, you feel betrayed and alone. How could something you were raised to trust for everything just turn away? This is the point where my experiences break off from Matt's. I got out of the church at 17. My father was so supportive even though I never officially said I was gay till years later. He took me in as whoever I was, and I moved away from it all. However,Matt had to experience a stronger device of hypocrisy than I: Ted haggard. He saw the scandal, he almost felt like he could relate. But one thing was different. When all was exposed and settled, Haggard was forgiven and taken back into the church. Matt? he was shunned, and kicked out of his youth group. He couldn't handle the rejection, the hypocrisy or the pain.  He was rageful, fueled by confusion. The life he trusted was nothing more than a gag, a hierarchal community that severs the weak when they aren't easy to mold. He sent letters -- granted hatemail--, tried to get understanding, but it was all lost. He was never going to trust the church again and he acted. It took a long time to break a lot of the programming, to be proud of who I was. I'm sensitive to the anti-gay propaganda now. I see it now and shake my head, not because it exist, but because I know i used to believe it all. I went to a fucking group home once just so I could turn straight. what would have happened if things continued as planned? What if I spent a little longer with the church, fighting who I was and ripping my soul apart to live the lie of heterosexuality? Would I, Could I have done what Matthew did?

Jackie Beat: Santa’s Baby

12.13.2007 @ 4:30 PM in Lifestream
 Yep, its pert near Christmas Time. Hows about a little christmas classic, just with a bit more flair and inappropriateness.  Featuring the loverly Jackie Beat. [youtube width="600" height="501"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZThrYCy9Zzo[/youtube]

Kidrobot: Dunny “I’m French” Series drops in February

12.13.2007 @ 9:00 AM in Lifestream

Dunny

Since the Kidrobot forums are now cracking down on unofficial announcements, the leaked images of the new Dunny "I'm French" series are slowly creeping out to the blogosphere.  These images were supposedly uploaded to the wrong server by Kidrobot, and meant only as a sample for wholesalers.

French Dunny's

There really isn't too much known about this, except that The toys should be released in February, around Valentine's Day, and in the 3-inch variety. Oh, yea: all the designers are French.

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He's cute ^

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Beth, from that super little toy and poster shop on Allen was explaining to me how these things go from artist renderings like this off to custom mold makers and back and forth till they arrive at Hero waiting for my greedy consumption. I think I'm gonna research that a bit more and do a "How Dunny's Are Made" post. For, now, I quiver in deep anticipation for what looks like a killer follow up to a great Series 4.

Snap! – hot bear du jour

12.13.2007 @ 4:40 AM in Lifestream

Snap! - hot bear du jour

Taken 13 Dec '07, 4.40am EST PST.

He's got a lot of stubble around that neatly trimmed beard, and a wwe hoody. I wonder he he wants to wrestle and give me a little bit of beard burn...

The Gingerbread Dunny Fiasco: Part Deux

12.12.2007 @ 11:56 AM in Lifestream
Sorry for the delay, a slight glitch in office the office tubes, and a trip to the YMCA prevented a same day update to part 1.

Of Grumpy Bears, Mummras, and Giant Black Hoovers

Mummra promised Saturday that we'd make the dough Sunday when I came over with the Grumpybear. We figured out the recipe and let the dough chill all day. I made the cutout for a six-inch Gingerdunny this time; even with perfect dough, they will spread, and I wanted to keep as much detail as I could. Gingerman Dunny mold Rolling and cutting was SO much easier this time.... keeping the poor cookies alive: not so easy. See, Marc -- Mummra's "it's complicated" man-slave companion -- likes to bring his two black labs over to hang out, too. We call them the Hoovers. They see food, its gone. Nailed down, no matter. The only way to keep them away is to literally put a wall or door between the Hoovers and the food. I'm sad to say about half of the batch was lost to the never ending gullets of these beasts. After everything was done, I had 10 Gingerman Dunny's safe and sound.

Success and the icing on the cake... er, Dunny

I met up with Angel on Monday and we started decorating. I was so excited, they came out so much better than I thought, and I think I have the first documented batch of Real Gingerman Dunny's to reveal: Real Gingerman Dunny's Take that AllthingsJen! Angel of course had to turn his into a GingerTranny, her name is Dunnicia, and her boyfriend is the best of the bunch donedunnys.jpg We even made the rare "bitten" chase: bitte_chase.jpg

What I've learned

  • Never trust designer fluff as fact. I should know this. Just because you see a cute little recipe for Gingerbread cookies that came with a toy doesn't mean you should follow it.
  • I really miss baking cookies.
  • Dogs are fucking annoyances when baking in the kitchen. Thats why cats are the rulzer.
Oh yea, one more thing. Here's a little homage we made to a great little video that NO ONE should ever watch. We call it: 2 fags, 1 cup..... 2 Fags 1 Cup

While I was out: Verizon Sucks

12.12.2007 @ 10:02 AM in Lifestream
I'm sure all three of my blog readers are interested in seeing the final chapter of the Dunny Fiasco, and I'm interested in writing it. I'm also sure that my bloggers on WNYMedia are really eager to get a few new features rolled out. This all could happen I suppose... if Verizon didn't suck balls and Vaspian was a crappy T1 provider... So while the intertubes were down at the office, I missed a few of these interesting web bits:
  • Glo-Paint creaters, MPK, has come up with self-luminous micro particles called Litrospheres™ which they say are inexpensive, non-toxic, and will stay on for 12+ years (half-life point) continuously -- without having to be plugged into any power source [peswiki.com]
  • I was waiting for the Gizmodo review on the Plastic Surgeon clamshell case opener, and they said it's "fantastic." [Gizmodo]
  • nerdsniping. wow. [xkcd]
  • This is like digg for fashion and design trends. great coding and functionality for a beta site. +chic! Will elaborate on this more. [chictini]
  • Fanboys don't know how to act now that Apple has made the move from niche to mainstream [Datamation]
  • Girls from Buff State: Carry mace and a brick [Buffalowatchdog]
  • Apple says you can haz 5 iPhones this xmas. [Homotron]
  • And now a trailer for a film called "Look," which was supposedly filmed using only surveliance cameras, should hit theatres this Friday. [video below]
[flv width="400" height="300"]http://buffawhat.com/files/video/loothemovie.flv[/flv]

The Gingerbread Dunny Fiasco: Part 1

12.11.2007 @ 2:33 PM in Lifestream
I don't get how Jennifer does it with her house parties and cookie days. I'm a big ole homo and I can say one thing: domestic shit is hard. It didn't used to be that way, a long time ago in the safety of a country kitchen I could whip up a storm of confectionery delights, pies, cookies, cakes, whatever. Christmas was the season of diabeetus. Nowadays, I can hardly stand to eat a cookie, and I haven't baked anything since before 2006. This year I was determined to end it... and this is part one of what started as a simple homage to jennifer with a nice little domestic cookie post, and spiraled into so much more.

The plan

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  • I picked up the Gingerman Dunny from Hero not too long ago and inside was this little teensy recipe for gingerbread cookies. I thought "thats kinda cool, I should make these cookies for real and shape them like dunny's."
  • Concept at hand I grabbed Angel by the ear and we skipped gayly to Tops, then to the Dollar store, then to Target, then back to Tops to get supplies. See, I haven't cooked or baked in so long I don't have any of those grande essentials like a mixer, a cookie tray, or even a rolling pin. I also found out that spices are expensive as hell, especially ginger.
  • Oops! Forgot last Friday that Block Party had a little shin-dig going and we were invited. Angel and I stashed the bags in his store and we made our way next door to mingle for a few. At that time, I realized that one of my intended recipients for the cookies has a gluten allergy. No worries, we headed to the Lexington and picked up gluten free rice flour. I was determined to make what sounded like a good thing: gluten free gingerbread cookies.

The First Try

ingredients_s.jpg [Heineken, baking soda, whole wheat flour, cinnamon, baking powder, candy dots, Brobee, icing tips, organic molasses, red, white, and blue icing, ridiculously small recipe, rice flour, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, shortening, Labbit, Buffawhat]
  • All seemed well. I commenced to making the dough, and despite my initial forrowing at the recipe, I was going to play by its rules, save for the rice flour. Angel was around to yell at me for being messy, and to document the occasion. I was gonna have an AllThingsJennifer Post goddamit.
  • Cue the photos...
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  • After letting the dough chill for a few hours... we return and immediately notice a problem: its not very doughy. Oh well I say, thats 'cause of the rice flour. I make the best of it and toss a batch of misshapen dunnies in the oven.
  • Failure seems imminent as they melt into puddles of something, something unholy and dark.
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  • bollocks. An immediate racking of the brain to solve failure pops with the realization that I missed one key ingredient in this new world of gluten-free baking: Xantham Gum. Not your conventional spice -- actually, not a spice at all, derived from fermentation of glucose -- xantham gum is what you use to substitute for gluten, which helps to hold everything together.
  • Oh well, I guess we won't have gluten-free ginger Dunny's then. It was a good try but I wanted them made; I decided to make them glutenous and the way God intended.

Second Fail, and first success.

Even after letting the second batch chill overnight, the same melted mess came out of the oven. A hard look at the recipe and a call to Mummra revealed that the card that came with the Dunny's was bogus. Not enough flour and shortening instead of butter made the batter too runny. The new recipe was 2 cups of flour, half a cup of molasses, stick of butter, with the rest of the ingredients staying the same (baking powder, baking soda, salt, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon). This was guaranteed to work..... (come back later tonight to see the read the rest of the story and see the finished products)

Dolce&Gabbana: Gay Gay Gay

12.11.2007 @ 10:27 AM in Lifestream
Angel mentioned to me that Dolce and Gabbana were running this ad on MTV and other cable stations. Whadayathink? D&G has a tendancy to do a lot of gay-centric advertising, I guess cause homos are the only ones silly enough to spend a couple grand on a watch. [youtube width="600" height="501"]http://youtube.com/watch?v=g3HKLLWWIaI[/youtube] Ps. here's a look at the gay ending to the latest Levi's Commercial. [youtube width="600" height="501"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bB90Vkyqrts[/youtube]

Despite Ron Paul, House passes SAFE Act on obscene images.

12.06.2007 @ 10:28 AM in Lifestream
Ron Paul
  • The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a bill saying that anyone offering an open Wi-Fi connection to the public must report illegal images including "obscene" cartoons and drawings--or face fines of up to $300,000. That broad definition would cover individuals, coffee shops, libraries, hotels, and even some government agencies that provide Wi-Fi. It also sweeps in social-networking sites, domain name registrars, Internet service providers, and e-mail service providers such as Hotmail and Gmail, and it may require that the complete contents of the user's account be retained for subsequent police inspection.
Of the entire house, only two voted nay on the Act: Rep. Paul Broun from Georgia and Rep. presidential candidate, Ron Paul. No word as to why only two or just these two, but I'm sure that Ron Paul will be brought under the spotlight for his decision, being a presidential candidate and all. The act states that:
  • Anyone providing an "electronic communication service" or "remote computing service" to the public who learns about the transmission or storage of information about certain illegal activities or an illegal image must (a) register their name, mailing address, phone number, and fax number with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's "CyberTipline" and (b) "make a report" to the CyberTipline that (c) must include any information about the person or Internet address behind the suspect activity and (d) the illegal images themselves.
In this case, "obscene" images depict child pornography, from hard core to even just fully clothed minors in overly lascivious poses, cartoons based on minors in a sexual manner, hentai, sculptures, paintings... pretty much anything that any normal, non-pedophillic, human being would immediately red flag in our heads and go WTF. Which brings my point to light:
Why force this into a law and further break down our digital rights to make conscious decisions? And why such impose a stark penalty? Granted, not everyone is on the up and up, but for the local coffee shop and even Starbucks, force us by law to patrol everyone's viewing habits and betray their privacy?
I'm very interested to hear Ron Paul's points on this. I get the law, I get the reason, but I don't like the penalty or the broad scope of the intention.
  • Cnet via Engadget
  • This bill is not up for public review but here's the stub for it from the Library of Congress
  • Mike found the link to the bill (pdf-link) for me, yet I don't know if this is the final bill, or the original.