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October 01, 2005

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Is this the same episode of Extreme Makeover that will feature the First Librarian? That would be awesome if it is.

No, that isn't airing until next month.

A good way to celebrate CT's civil union law taking effect today is with an email as James suggests.

What a civilized place, CT. Low key, but civilized.

Isn't this Eisner's network? What gives here?

Alison Rou's e-mail is alison.rou@abc.com. You can also leave a message on her voicemail (until it fills up). If that e-mail address isn't good, she gives it out on her voicemail message.

Thanks, Mimi.

It would take forever to edit all the contact information into this article (the information for Sears, Home Depot, and so on) so I'll just link to my diary on Daily Kos.

James Dobson, Imperial Wizard of the anti-gay Klan, who has transformed Colorado Springs into his very own klavern. A modern, to mix hate group metaphors, is our modern Father Couglin.

Sheesh, is this Disney doing penance for the sin of gay-friendliness? Thanks for the post, James; I'm forwarding it to the blog-averse in my world. (And go, CT; and go, MA; I love New England...)


And while I don't know why, Ellen has moved to CBS. (Remember, this is an Emmy-award-winning, very popular talk show).

GAY PEOPLE ARE THE FIRST TO CRY ABOUT NOT HAVING FREE SPEACH AND ALSO THE FIRST TO TRY TO LIMIT EVERYONE ELSES FREE SPEACH WHEN THEY OPPOSE THEIR VIEWS.

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