Apps That Help You Avoid Shit

If you want to skip the “bad parts of town” without taxing your street smarts Microsoft will soon have the app for you. What has been dubbed their ‘Avoid Ghetto’ GPS App will mine local violent crime statistics to keep you from even glimpsing an undesirable corner or person, or the other people or businesses … Continue reading

Jeeves, Alfred, Benson… : The Evolution of the Personal Valet

“Siri, what time is it?” The time is 10:51 am. Do you ask because your mortality weighs heavily? “No, I…does my wha…how… I’m sorry, I can’t help you when you do not speak coherently. Perhaps you are experiencing a cardiac event. Shall I call emergency services? “No. Just set a reminder.” OK. Just tell me … Continue reading

Bosoms, and Boobies, and Breasts! Oh, My!

First, let me assure you that I like women’s breasts at least as much as the next gay man. About half of my friends have breasts, and I’m always happy to give an opinion on how well they are supported, dressed (I prefer them dressed), and accessorized. I have received more than a few thank-yous––and … Continue reading

10 Reasons to Love and Follow Politics

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt You will learn what NOT to wear if you want to look contemporary and sentient. You’ll feel less guilty about your affair(s), tax fraud, nepotism, inflammatory metaphors, hypocrisy, and foul mouth. It has more sex and wacky fantasy than the soaps but less influence than reality shows, so it’s not too … Continue reading

PrecogNews: Headlines from November 3rd 2012

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––Tomorrow is Election Day in the three states that vote for president––Florida, Iowa, and Ohio––and though Obama is polling well in all three he faces a tough challenge once the averaged Electoral College and popular votes are sent to the Supreme Court. The Roberts court ruling in Holder vs. DeMint making … Continue reading

Easy Solution For Ugly Skylines

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––House Republicans have their thinking caps on. More surprising, it appears they have been reading news––real news, the kind with facts. Some of it is even about places not in these Unites States of America, places where the people don’t have to wear their national flag on their clothing to avoid … Continue reading

Alas Poor Pluto We Thought We Knew You Well

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––When they delisted Pluto as a planet did no one realize you can’t make an arrangement with an even number of things? Aren’t there gay astronomers? Birds drooping from the sky after dying mid-flight, fish dying en mass in rivers like the Arkansas, and the GOP talking about getting rid of … Continue reading

10 Reasons to Get a New 2010 Apple/AT&T Phone for 2011

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––1. You would rather drop calls than balls, with or without a Snooki (whatever that is). 2. Unable to afford air travel thus missing out on full body scans you fear you will not reach your recommended daily dose of radiation. 3. The new app that, while calling out names from … Continue reading

America’s Native Moonies

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt There’s bad news for people hoping to observe tonight’s lunar eclipse: Republicans filibustered it. Americans: please adjust your calendars, the GOP has filibustered the concept of Tuesday; there will not be any Tuesdays until further notice. P.S. *he GOP has also filibus*ered *he le**er (*). During tonight’s lunar eclipse 30% of … Continue reading

Santa cancels Christmas over WishyLeaks

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––The Pope’s OK of condoms for male prostitutes has his North Pole workshop in overtime on their three top Wish List brands: Kringle’s Skinz–feel that unprotected tingle, in safety, with Kringle; Stocking Stuffers–stuff your gift in our stocking before you get jolly with Holly; and Polex–with Polex brand your pole will … Continue reading