Pentagon Study Released: Camo can be fab (via Queer Visalia)

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Pentagon Study Released: Camo can be fab It’s official.  Allowing gays and lesbians to openly serve in the Armed Forces of the United States will not destroy the military. The Department of Defense today released it’s study on the implementation of repealing the mis-named “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Don’t Pursue” policy. The report has been endorsed by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Navy Admiral Mike Mullen, and by Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates. President Obama today urged … Read More

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We Don’t Really Have Weather Here

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…not compared to this Montana storm cell.  Phil Plait, Bad Astronomer, described it this way in a tweet:  This is why I don’t live in Montana: interdimensional sandworms come out of the sky and blast you with superheated steam: http://is.gd/hUUr5

Yeah, what he said!

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Sometimes You Don’t Even Have To Say A Word (via Queer Visalia)

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Dieux du Stade 2011: Behind the scenes

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I posted a couple of pictures a while back about rugby being my new favorite sport.  I may have to expand my horizons a bit.  The Dieux du Stade 2011 calendar sports more than just rugby players.  Here’s one of a series of ‘behind the scenes’ videos recorded during shooting sessions for the new calendar.

 I’m thinking a second career in photography might be in order, someday!

PIXAR: It Gets Better

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Some of the folks who brought us Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles,  WALL-E, Cars, Monsters, Inc., and so much more have made a “It Gets Better” video.  It’s well worth 8 minutes of your time, and I recommend watching it.

 

DADT Discharges Effectively Halted? (via Queer Visalia)

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DADT Discharges Effectively Halted? Discharges halted?  Perhaps. No U.S. service members have been discharged for being openly gay in the month since the Defense Department adopted new rules surrounding the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, a Pentagon spokeswoman said Monday.  New rules were adopted on October 21st, putting the final sign-off on discharges under the control of the three service secretaries, who are civilians.  Previously, discharges could be approved by a commander w … Read More

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