Father Tony

Father Tony Needs Your Help To Become A Guru

Filed By Father Tony | July 20, 2010 12:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Contests

Hey projectors, with Bil's endorsement, I'm asking for your help with something. I've made it to Round Two in this competition, and this is where I need your help! If you'll take a moment to vote for me, I'll be deeply grateful. Here's the voting link where you click on the little blue letters next to my name. Be sure to vote the max number which is 5.


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what the f... | July 20, 2010 12:54 PM

I hate to be rude but this is bizarre. A rich white gay male begging poor LBTQ people to help him get a paying job. Is this a joke?

Rich? While I think it is rude to speculate about the finances of others, I'll just say that I live on a very modest government worker retirement. The little money I made in life was not squandered on ephemerals.

I will not apologize for being white and gay, two things I cannot and would not want to change.

Ordinarily, I overlook rude comments, but yours is one of the most disgusting I've encountered. I hope it made you feel good about yourself.

Confuseus sez, "Man cannot become what he is not. Guru born, not made."

I voted for ya, Father Tony. Good luck!

If having good taste and impeccable manners makes one rich, then Tony is indeed wealthy. I'd like to see him share that wealth with travelers, so he got my vote.

That link's blocked from where I am now (I get a page telling me to call the mayor's office, lol), but if it's still up when I get home I'll vote.

Jesse Monteagudo | July 21, 2010 9:59 AM

Good luck, Tony, I voted for you too. And you seem to be waaay ahead of the other contestants, from what I saw on that Web site. Don't forget to send me a postcard, while you are on your travels.