Tag Archives: Travel

Night Fountain…really. (NSFW)

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Does the Texan piss roadside? Why yes. Yes, he does. Does the Bear piss in the desert? Click here to find out. Photo: Gay Highwaymen

Does a Bear Piss in the Desert?

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Why, yes. Yes, he does. He also goes shopping. Wonder what the Bear bought?

BART Reflections

The third and final image from my BART commute this cold and rainy morning: Reflections in the window of the BART/CalTrain station in Millbrae, CA. Below, the CalTrain tracks and a northbound train; in the reflection, the canopy roof of the train station. The light of the rising sun on the clouds in the reflection adds a bright spot to the gray sky.
-AidanAbroad

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Fucking Elephants! Really…

Ah, the thrills and occasional spills of exotica tourism. Animals do what they do, and DNA just wants to make more DNA. When these tourists decided to ride the elephants, they weren’t counting on the bull climbing on board!

Other Blogs: Other Sheep go on a Caribbean Cruise.

Left to right: Jose Ortiz, Jonathan Chavez, and Steve Parelli West coast of St. Lucia, Thursday, April 21, 2011.

Other Sheep is an organizational blog about “faith and LGBT concerns worldwide.” Run by long-time partners Rev. Steven Parelli and Mr. Jose Ortiz, Other Sheep recently returned from a nine-day cruise through the Caribbean. Rev. Parelli reflects on what has changed (and what has not) since he was a closeted Baptist teenager on Martinique in 1970. To read the Other Sheep travelogue, click here. For a big evangelical coming-out party, unrelated to Other Sheep, click here.

Authentic Caucasian Food

Authentic Caucasian food, served at the Chabad in downtown Moscow by handsome, dark-eyed waiters from the Caucuses.

What do Caucasians eat, exactly? Chopped salads. Spicy chicken. Fresh herbs. Ground lamb. Flaky pastries for dessert.

Tasty.

-AidanAbroad

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Homotextual Sunday: Words Seen

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Dog tags will be serviced. When you are in Organ Company, you are in good company. Paddle faster. I hear banjos!