is that this time of year is my favorite time. It is time for the Victoria's Secret Show. Get your tivos and dvrs ready for the night of December the 5th, 10pm on CBS. This is the one yearly event on television I will not miss.Pictures courtesy of Manchic. Got to love Steph & Alek.
I felt this should be seen by all so I took this directly from Towleroad this afternoon. Please Go and Vote. The contest ends 12:01am December 2nd. So basically you have until midnight Friday evening to log on/register and vote. It is a good cause and only takes about 30 seconds to do.
Head over to Current TV and check out "We Belong", a fantastic short documentary entered in their Seeds of Tolerance contest. The doc was made by CJ Wills and exposed the homophobia and bullying at Franklin High School in Venango County, Pennsylvania.
And a special note from PageOneQ. If 1,000 people head over to Current TV and vote for "We Belong" the producers will donate the entire $100,000 prize to programs reducing homophobia in American schools.
I will add this: I also like the short entitled "Blood Brothers". It is about tolerance and gay-bashing.
One picture is all I took the whole weekend, but I did have fun.
I got to DC around 10:30pm Friday after a long, long trip on the Chinese bus. Someone spilled soda on the floor and I think my trainers were stuck to the floor for 3/4 of the trip. Got to the hotel and was surprised to find that my captain, David, had given me my own room. I hate rooming alone at these things because then you have to go running around to find people and teammates to go out with. Went back down to the lobby and met up with members of NY Toxic and Seven to go hit some bars. Not a late night seeing as how it was already 11 and we had to play at 8am. Drinks at the DC Eagle, disappointing crowd but good videos on the screens. Haha. Maybe an hour there then off we went back to the hotel to pick up some more people and hit Halo. Very cute, bright loungy bar. Alot of volleyball people there and since it was only 3 blocks from the hotel a good place to end the night and go back to rest. Memories of that night: M…
Just about to run out the door to catch my Chinatown bus down to Washington DC for the annual volleyball tournament. Came in 2nd last year. Hope to just as good if not better this year, but I am playing with people I do not know so that will tell the tale. There will be pictures to come (My yahoo photos) and probably no tales to tell, but I am hoping to have fun. Laters.
My friend Richard sent me this little story and I thought it was the perfect time to post it for all to see, enjoy and learn from. Thanks to Richard and Paul and Happy Thanksgiving
A group of alumni, highly established in their careers, got together to visit their old university professor. Conversation soon turned into complaints about stress in work and life.
The professor went to the kitchen and returned with a large pot of coffee and an assortment of cups - porcelain, plastic, glass, crystal, some plain looking, and, some were expensive, some very exquisite. He told them to help themselves to the coffee.
When all the students had a cup of coffee in hand, the professor said: "If you noticed, all the nice looking expensive cups were taken up, leaving behind the plain and the cheap ones.
While it is normal for you to want only the best for yourselves, that is the source of your problems and your stress. Be assured that the cup itself adds no quality to the coffee.
It looks good and I will be waiting for it. Sad, but I love these movies. Pure escapism at its best.
I have to say I was never on the band wagon until most of the books had already come out. I only read the third book, the first one I read, because I knew there would be a lot lost in the translation to the movie. Then as the books got bigger and bigger I just knew I couldn't stop reading. And there are little details along the way that explain plenty.
I will wait for the last book, of course. I will read it months after it comes out, probably borrow it from a friend.
This movie should be the real kicker of the series. Alot of action, the kids are pretty much adults in this magical world they live in due to circumstances beyond their control.
Will be good to see this movie, even if it is eight and a half months away. And on that note....
Michael sent me this picture from London over the weekend. Just getting back to try and post after being out in Queens most of the weekend coaching a volleyball tournament.
First picture is Michael with Mr. Leslie Jordan at an HRC event in Houston a couple of weekends ago.
Second picture is of the team, NY Spikealicious, that I was coaching out at Queens College this past Friday through early Sunday evening. I got back in time to see Desperate Housewives and Brothers and Sisters though.
More on the team and the Golden Apple/Green Apple tournament in a post later today.