Serena Freewomyn

The Dooms Day Round Up

Filed By Serena Freewomyn | September 27, 2008 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Site News, Weekly Reader
Tags: Bolthouse Farms, David Letterman, Facebook, Isis, John McCain, Lawrence King, Mark Buse, Mormon, Prop 8, Roy Cohn, Schroer v Billington, transpanic, Wall Street bailout

I've been listening to a lot of R.E.M. lately. So much so that I'm having crazy thoughts about the end of the world and zombie Jesus rising from the dead. Perhaps I'll watch "Shaun of the Dead" tonight to put myself in a better mood. If you're in need of a little something to focus on besides the economy, here are the best articles from TBP this week.

Sunday
Schroer v. Billington: What Does It Mean For Transgender Employees? - Dr. Jillian Weiss
Fun with Facebook Fundies - Bil Browning (Bilerico-Indiana)

Monday
Media Controversy Clouds King Pre-Trial Hearing - Guest Blogger Peter DelVecchio
John McCain's Chief of Staff Outed, Wins Roy Cohn Award - Mike Rogers

Tuesday
Banning the Trans Panic Defense - Dr. Jillian Weiss
My Family Gender Odyssey - Page Schilt

Wednesday
Clay Aiken Comes OUT - Abigail Hannon
I'm From Wall St. and I Am Here To Help You - Storm Williams

Thursday
Mormons Excommunicate, Evangelicals Fast: Religious Extremists Keep Flocks in Line - Alex Blaze
John McCain Disses David Letterman; Letterman Responds - Bil Browning

Friday
Dear Isis - Monica Roberts
Bolthouse Farm Madness - Alex Blaze

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Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | September 28, 2008 12:26 AM

I think Churchill was referring to his cigar! :)

Chanting! Chanting! Chanting!

Pop goes the Buddha!