I know, taxes are mundane, boring, and often painfully experience of our adult lives, specially for the LGBT community. Now with all of the advancements of equality over the past couple years (including the end of DOMA), if you’re married, you could be looking at getting a good chunk of change back from the government.
More from a White House press release after the jump.
I watched this documentary recently and have to say it inspired me. It’s about Joe Cross. a guy who has chronic health conditions and decides, after trying many other ways to treat it, to try a 60 day juice fast to try to cure it. I don’t know about you, but a week of juice seems like a very long time to me. He was desperate to repair his health and lose weight, so he went on this juice fast (with regular medical supervision). He had been a junk food eater and so this was a major change for him. He decided he wanted to see if the body could heal itself, similar to the way it does when you have a cut.
So I emailed myself this fragment to my QL inbox because I heard a joke or a funny one-liner that started, “Women are like tea bags…” For the life of me I can’t remember the joke! I saw it on TV or maybe in a movie house which is why I emailed it myself so I could post it later. But alas, too much time has passed and I’ve lost it. Nate came up with this thought so I thought I’d post it…
Original Photo by Steffenha from DeviantArt
It never ceases to amaze me, at all the constant and never ending homophobic rhetoric, with blatant lies included, from the extreme religious right pointed toward the LBGT community. I’ve read, and I believe many of you have read, many a post (not just from here and me) shrieking at the end, that we need to get involved and do something about it. And as I was rolling around that thought, I ran across this today…
So I decided to retool and revamp my personal blog. I wanted to take the downloadable version of WP out for another spin. Check it out if you’d like, and tell me what you think…
Mike’s Daily Blog
A red state which just had some drama surrounding their “right to discriminate” bill is showing support for gay marriage. According to a poll conducted this recent Tuesday, 66 percent of Arizona residents disapproved of the anti gay law. Only 22 percent (which is too many in my opinion) showed support for the bill.