I Know You’ve Heard This Before…

Jim Burroway

June 14th, 2011

I’ve just heard that my interview about last week’s investigation, “What Are Little Boys Made Of?“, is slated to appear in the second hour of Anderson Cooper 360 tonight, which would put it at sometime after 11:00 p.m. Eastern, 8:00 p.m. Pacific. Yeah, I know, you’ve heard that one before


June 14th, 2011

(I didn’t see it, did it go by again.

Meanwhile, we just saw Kung Fu Panda 2 and caught this trailer, which includes the hit single, “I’m bringing sissy back”, which I thought was cute, even given the seriousness of the topic.)



June 14th, 2011

It just aired, and Mr. Burroway looked and sounded fantastic.


June 14th, 2011

Nevermind, it just aired at about seven to midnight. Good job, Jim, I’d say.


June 14th, 2011

Good job Jim! I was impressed with how well spoken you were.


June 15th, 2011

Thank you, Jim. :)


June 15th, 2011

FINALLY, in aired.

You knocked it outa the park Jim! You’re a rock star; and quite handsome.

To hear you tell it I was expecting you to be all befuzzled and babbling. You were very articulate and seemed completely comfortable in the element. You were meant for television.

Great job!

Rob in San Diego

June 15th, 2011

To either Jim or Timmothy, I’m surprised that you didn’t do a story on the Ann Coulter interview on O’Rilley from Tuesday night. They talk about the Republican debate on CNN and about Ron Paul’s suggestion to get the government out of marriage. In her own words “Saying government should be out of it is a perfectly good answer for 90 percent of the questions you will ever be presented with. It is not a good answer to what do you think of gay marriage. Oh, we should just get governments out of the business of marriage. No, I’m sorry, marriage has consequences. Who gets to adopt? Who pays alimony? Who inherits? Some of this can be dealt with by private contract, but some of it can’t.”

She goes on to say “Because there are a thousand legal consequences to marriage.”

To me she just basically explained to me why we need marriage equality. So let me get this straight, married straight couple getting divorced need marriage and all the rights and responsibilities associated with it to separate all personal belongings and wealth.

But if your a same-sex couple and you’ve lived together all your life and your property and wealth is shared, how do you separate that?

Where as their argument is that we don’t need marriage equality, that we can just get thousands of contracts done between lawyers, she herself just said that not everything can be done by private contract.

Timothy Kincaid

June 15th, 2011

I try to give Ann Coulter as little attention as possible.

Rob in San Diego

June 15th, 2011

But we give all the other nut heads attention, and besides, it is gay related.

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