To everyone who has responded in a positive way. My partner and I want to say thank you. Dalan, the giant in the photo, can’t believe how many shares and likes we have gotten on this. We didn’t do this to get famous,or something like that we did this cause after 3 deployments and four years knowing each other, we finally told each other how we felt. As for the haters, let em hate…to quote Kat Williams, everyone needs haters, so let them hate. We are the happiest we have ever been and as for the whole PDA and kissing slash hugging in uniform…it was a homecoming, if the Sergeants Major, Captains, Majors, and Colonels around us didn’t care…then why do you care what these random people have to say? In summation thank you for your love and support. I received a lot of friend requests off this. I don’t just accept requests so if your request was because of this post message me and let me know. Goodnight all, and Semper Fi.
Ain’t nuthin’ wrong with being gay, despite what you’ll hear from social knuckledraggers. Besides, as my friend gruverja says: “If you serve this nation for shitty pay and lousy benefits, possibly at great personal danger to yourself, you should be able to kiss anyone you goddamn want and not to have to take any shit for it.”
(Besides, the guy’s a marine. You gonna give him static for being gay? It’s your funeral.)
Shiner Bock: The unofficial official beer of SxSW. Creative Commons Photo by Berenice Garcia. Click the photo to see the original.
Shopify’s going to be at the South by Southwest Interactive festival this year from Friday, March 9th through Tuesday, March 13th, and we’d like to invite you to join us for a drink and chat while we’re down in Austin! Whether you’re a shopowner with a Shopify-powered shop, a developer who builds Shopify apps, a designer who make Shopify themes or just wondering what Shopify’s all about, we’d like to meet up with you.
We’re working out the exact details of where and when – we’re thinking late afternoon/early evening of Saturday, March 10th — but we’ll announce it all over the place: on this blog, Facebook, Twitter and everywhere else we can.
“High quality and functional toothpaste,” they said. “Delicious green tea and salt flavour,” they said.
While packing for tomorrow’s trip to Montreal to attend the ConFoo conference for the rest of the week – it’s part of the month of travel on which I’m about to embark – I found this tube of “Greentea Salt” toothpaste. My friend Dayv Mattt, who gave it to me, lives in Korea and gave me this to me when I caught up with him while he was visiting Accordion City to see his family over Christmas.
I’ll have to give it a try. I’ll post a review here and let you know what I think.
Swear Cuts is a video featuring just the bits with the profane and unkind dialogue from the nine nominees for “Best Picture” for the 84th Academy Awards, a.k.a. the 2012 Oscars. The movies in this video are listed below, along with the “number of swears” they contain:
Kudos to Sacha Baron Cohen for livening up the Oscars’ “red carpet” segment by going as his General Aladeen, his character from The Dictator, and dumping what he said were the ashes of his “dear friend and doubles tennis partner, Kim Jong-Il” on the normally bland TV talking head Ryan Seacrest.