For A Homo-less Experience Move to Iran
Tired of those pesky homos finding their way into every part of “normal” society? Well now there’s a place where homos are not welcomed – in fact, the penalty for being a homo is death. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran, speaking to a packed house at Columbia University here in NYC, was asked about the recent execution of two gay men in Iran. His response was, “In Iran we don't have homosexuals like in your country." His statement drew laughter and boos from the audience. He polished the line off with, "In Iran we do not have this phenomenon. I do not know who has told you we have it." Of course you don’t have them! If you find them they are promptly executed! Statistically speaking, any given population is at minimum 10% gay. For those homophobes who would like to do the little inflammatory dig about Ahmadinejad having the right idea, let’s just say that some believed the slaughtering of Jews, the hanging of blacks and the obliteration of many other races and cultures was justified, but we can see today how backwoods ignorant all those fools were and how Ahmandinejad has officially gone down in history as either an oblivious moron or a homicidal liar.
Visiting the Shining Star With My Shining Star
There’s no place I love more than the beaches of Puerto Rico. To me, my true home is probably the most beautiful place on earth. Then there’s the feeling of euphoria that I always carry back with me. BD and I are planning to make a long weekend of the shining star of the Caribbean sometime in November. Last night we discussed arrangements; I have to admit that I’m excited to have him join me there. It will be his first trip to the island and my first time taking a true partner with me to Puerto Rico. I’m exploring various options, including a few sightseeing adventures, but more importantly, making a go of it to all the incredibly romantic places the island has to offer. This will be our first “duo” trip.
Pieces Of My Heart
Like the valves to an engine or the limbs to a tree; my nephews – Daylen and Chris – are pieces of my heart. I absolutely adore them and make no apologies for that. I spoil them when I can and know that there is nothing I wouldn’t do for them. They are sincerely two of the most important pieces of my heart. Today, Chris turns 12. I still remember the day he was born and the look on his beautiful face crying at the top of his lungs. He was always a gorgeous baby and he’s grown to be a handsome, intelligent and caring young man. Happy birthday Chris! Tio loves you!!
I realize that anyone is prone to delusions; I’m perplexed as to the misinformation that would accompany a statement like, “We don’t have this phenomenon,” when referring to the existence of homosexuals in your country. Since all heads of state have advisors, is it conceivable that anyone would think that any country could be free of homosexuals? Isn’t that as ignorant as believing that a specific country is free of all brown-eyed individuals?
Keep passin’ the open windows…