Rick Springfield talks about depression

This video profiles 80′s pop sensation Rick Springfield and his life-long bout with depression.  He opens up about his suicide attempt as a teenager and his struggles, and triumphs, throughout his childhood, career, family, and spiritual life.

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Phoenix Art Museum has got it going on!


Last weekend I took a quick get-away weekend vacation to Phoenix, Arizona. I know what you’re thinking, Phoenix  of all places?! Well, let me tell you, I would do it again. And a big reason for that is the Phoenix Art Museum! Coming from the Bay Area, I would put the Phoenix Art Museum right up there with SFMOMA and the de Young museum!
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You’re possessed by a demon, and he stinks!


Rae-el. Not my demon, apparently. Damn.

I just had an epiphany.  Really, it just struck me like a bolt of lightning.

As a gay man, I’m possessed by a demon, and he stinks.  This, I’m assured, is true, and fixable, by no less a man of God than Bert M. Farias, on his blog The Flaming Herald.

“Here’s the raw, naked truth: Homosexuality is actually a demon spirit. It is such a putrid-smelling demon that other demons don’t even like to hang around it. A genuine prophet of God told me that the Lord allowed him to smell this demon spirit, and he got sick to his stomach. And yet as humans, many embrace this demon. Yes, you heard me right: Being gay is demonic.”

There’s a whole bunch of such stuff in that blog, and if you want you can jump over there and read it, but I’m sure you’ve heard it all before.  For me, however, the stinky-demon is a new revelation, and the source of my epiphany.  ZAP! FLASH OF LIGHT! CLAP OF THUNDER!

I just realized when my demon moved in!

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Roscoes on 7th Street


So I got to steal away for some more vacation time and I hopped to Phoenix, Arizona for the weekend.  Before we were wheels up at SFO I had already determined in my heart that I would return to my Gay Sports MECCA while I was there.  As usual, Roscoes on 7th didn’t disappoint.

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