Alex Blaze

Friday Update

Filed By Alex Blaze | June 15, 2007 3:00 PM | comments

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  • Jerusalem Pride will be happening this year. Bilerico readers in the Jerusalem area should know that it starts on King David Street, moves to Liberty Bell Garden, and everyone who attends has been cursed by Orthodox rabbis. (Yedioth Internet News)
  • Two teenage girls were caught kissing on a Portland, Oregon, bus and were kicked off after being called "sickos" by the driver. (KTVZ)
  • Navy Petty Officer Second Class Jason Knight was issued discharge papers for the third time. They're hoping they'll take this time around. (Stars and Stripes)
  • The biggest Pride festival happened this past weekend when three million people attended Sao Paulo Pride. Was Indianapolis a close second? (International Herald-Tribune)
  • American Episcopalians rejected demands from other country's primates to stop consecrating gay bishops and including same sex couples in prayers by questioning the authority of those primates. (Yahoo! News)
  • Lawrence Township, Indianapolis, Indiana, Trustee Mike Hobbs has announced that he'll seek domestic partnership benefits for township employees' hetero- or homosexed partners. (Advance Indiana)
  • Pentagon officials confirmed last Friday that they had seriously considered a bomb to make armies gay and therefore ineffective fighters and that the Air Force lab had asked for $7.5 million to make this happen. Imagine if this technology had fallen into the wrong hands... like mine. (KYW)

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A. J. Lopp | June 15, 2007 2:59 PM
Pentagon officials confirmed last Friday that they had seriously considered a bomb to make armies gay and therefore ineffective fighters and that the Air Force lab had asked for $7.5 million to make this happen. Imagine if this technology had fallen into the wrong hands... like mine. (KYW)

... or mine! ... Damn, what a great idea! A bunker blaster full of the best amyl nitrate the military-industrial complex can produce!