May 10th, 2012

Coupling - Stuck in the Giggle Loop

I apologise for linking to the Mail, but...

...I heard this on the radio yesterday, and it was too good not to share...

Bob Geldof - the man who, let's not forget, named his daughters "Peaches" and "Fifi Trixibelle" - thinks his new grandson's name is rubbish*, doesn't know how to pronounce it, and wishes he's been called Leonard instead.

Pot, would you like to meet this wonderful kettle..?

Also, Olympic flame lit in grease**. Well, I suppose it's reasonably flamable... ;-p

* The Sun carries the "thinks the name's rubbish" story, but I object to linking to them even more than I object to linking to the Mail... Murdoch, *spit spit*

** Why yes, I did just deliberately mishear for comic effect.
LJ icon

LJ glee.

I don't know if it's a default setting or what, but anyway - I get emails from LJ when people on my Flist have a birthday imminent.

I've just had one notifying me that it will be huntingospray's birthday soon.

Gosh, I had no idea..!
I support gay marriage

If you support same-sex marriage...

...then why not pop over to allout.org, who "want to deliver the world's biggest Thank You card to the White House on Friday" by way of sending "a dramatic global message of support." Just follow the link at the bottom of this post. They're aiming for 100,000 signatures. They're now at 44,124.

Dear friend,

President Barack Obama just became the first US president in history to voice support for marriage equality. In an interview today, he said "it is important for me personally to go ahead and affirm that I think same-sex couples should be able to get married". The implications of this, both social and political, are huge for the US and the world.

But before the backlash, before opponents try to kill the momentum this creates, we need to thank him and celebrate this moment. I just signed a massive Thank You card, ready to be delivered straight to the White House. Will you join me?

It is critical that we show support for our leaders when they stand for what is right, not only for what is easy:


allout.org/thanksobama