Archive for March 4th, 2011

March 4, 2011

ACCIDENTAL BEAR BURT REYNOLDS

by Accidental Bear

March 4, 2011

Drunk Priest Offer a BJ to Cops to be let Free (watch video)

by Accidental Bear

Can’t hurt to ask, right?

Drunk Priest Offers Oral Sex to Cops

By Advocate.com Editors

DRUNK PRIEST X390 (GRAB) | ADVOCATE.COM

An Ohio priest who was arrested for driving under the influence pleaded not guilty in court Friday to DUI charges after he was caught on tape offering the arresting offers oral sex if they’d let him go.

It’s the third OVI (operating a vehicle while intoxicated)/DUI arrest for Father Ignatius Kury since 2004. In the video (posted below), he’s caught threatening the officers, offering them blow jobs, and asking if they want him to be some sort of “sexual slave.” READ MORE

March 4, 2011

The Vampire Diaries Sleep Over May Get Petty Officer Booted

by Accidental Bear

I guess this is the new six pack. It’s been joked that the difference between a gay guy and a straight is merely a six pack of beer. I think we have new “game” men to get straight men to jump sides, a DVD set The Vampire Diaries.

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Navy to Boot Sailor for Vampire Diaries Sleepover?

By Advocate.com Editors

VAMPIRE DIARIES ARMY X390 (CW) | ADVOCATE.COM

Navy officials have launched discharge proceedings against a petty officer who claimed he and another sailor had fallen asleep watching The Vampire Diaries when the two were caught in bed together.

Stephen C. Jones insists nothing was happening and the two merely nodded off, but investigators say the sleepover crossed “professional lines.”

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March 4, 2011

“Greatest varsity blazer in the history of varsity blazers”

by Accidental Bear

Dammit! In the early 90s I worked at a vintage boutique in New York and we had stocked hundreds a vintage letterman jackets. What I would do to transport back in time and grab an armful to wear today. They are HOT HOT HOT. I love the idea of wearing your boyfriends lettermen jacket as a sign of going steady. The hopeless romantic in me dreams of wearing ” Brads” jacket ,the quarter back and getting busy in the back seat of his convertible thunderbird at a drive in movie! Back to reality.

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via http://www.selectism.com/

Uniforms for the Dedicated ‘Anthem’ Jacket

04 March 2011, 12.30 | Posted in FashionNo comments »

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Remember that UftD varsity blazer they released a while back? They’re at it again.  This time it comes in black and beige and looks bawse. We’re gonna stay away from hyperbole this time and just say that this is the greatest varsity blazer in the history of varsity blazers. (ASOS)

 


March 4, 2011

“Paintings From the 80s” Guess the 80s Weren’t that Hideous Afterll

by Accidental Bear

The 80s have always gotten such a bad rap as a throw away decade. Why is everything “cool” these days dripping with 80’s slime?

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via http://www.selectism.com/

Preview | Marilyn Minter “Paintings From the 80s”

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Curated turns us onto this exhibition preview:

“Opening on March 31, Paintings from the 80s shares key works by Marilyn Minter produced during that decade. Team Gallery describes the exhibition as, “a perfect opportunity for an audience to see the genesis of the Marilyn Minter paintings that took the world by storm in the 2006 Whitney Biennial.” With Minter returning to her downtown roots, Team Gallery will show selections from the series Big Girls/Little Girls from 1986/7 and Porn Grids from 1989. The latter focuses on “Money Shots.”

See more over at Curated.

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» Preview | Skullphone “Digital Media” at Subliminal Projects

March 4, 2011

Mow Down these Hate Mongers; Hate at Home in the OC

by Accidental Bear
Official seal of City of Yorba Linda

Image via Wikipedia

Just a thought. This is not an endorsement for violence in the least bit, BUT… why don’t we have any crazy “good people” on our side that go blazing through one of these events mowing all these hate mongrels down? I guess thats what makes them good people, the conscience of knowing better.

This video makes my SKIN BOIL. This type of behavior in the presence of these children, is wrong and inhumane!

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Meanwhile, In Orange County: Hate Is at Home

 

by Lindsay William-Ross / LAist

A video posted yesterday to YouTube shows footage from a February, 13th protest in Yorba Linda, held outside a fundraising event held by the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), with a goal of aiding women’s shelters, and fighting homelessness and hunger in the US. The protesters were there to speak out against “what they called the group’s agenda to impose Sharia (Islamic law) on American society,” explains the Jewish Journal. “They were particularly upset with the event’s keynote speakers, New York cleric Imam Siraj Wahhaj and Amir Abdel Malik Ali, whom they said hold anti-American, anti-Israel and anti-Semitic views.”

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March 4, 2011

Gangs Run the Mission Streets; Hipsters Beware the Colors you Wear

by Accidental Bear

Can a innocent honky (white male ), un-gang related be gang banged (ming out of the gutter) for wearing red sneakers in the Mission district ,SF? This was an actual thought I had while walking down Mission and 24th the other day. Caught in cross fire? Details coming out after some recent murders are the result on misidentification.

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via SFist

SFPD, Mission Neighborhood Groups Huddle Up on Gang Violence

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According to KTVU this morning, that shooting in the Mission at 24th and Harrison yesterday was not only gang related, but was apparently retaliation for Saturday’s fatal shooting of another known gang member. Between Saturday and yesterday’s shootings there were two other incidents of gang-related violence reported in the neighborhood, which makes for an alarming number of crimes in such a short period of time. In light of the noticeable rise in gang tensions, interim police chief Jeff Godown, along with the head of the gang task force, met with Supervisor Campos and other community leaders to address the issue.

On the enforcement side, Godown says his department is making a “concerted effort to let the gang members know” gang and narcotics activity won’t be tolerated in San Francisco. Which hopefully means the department will be rethinking their budget that has diverted funds from gang-busting after a quiet couple of years. And if we’re worried about gangs and the narcotics trade, it might not hurt to re-evaluate that recent spate of nightclub-adjacent incidents while we’re at it.

While the SFPD sorts out their attack strategy without a permanent police chief, they’ll at least be stepping up patrols and gang suppression units in the neighborhood. On the community side, a peace rally is being planned for the neighborhood, which sounds like Supe Campos’ work.

[KTVU]
[SFAppeal]

 

March 4, 2011

SF Play by Play via B.A.R.

by Accidental Bear

I have to say that I have had a break through, change of heart if you will after viewing the film We Were Here. I feel as if a majority of the gay men in the “scene” or part of our gay community in San Francisco act in ways or have attitudes ( bad attitude) that divides each other with an overall high school popularity / mean girls competition. The film showed multiple ways that our community works much better together ( gays AND lesbians) than divided. I may put aside my superiority complex and live life from here on out as a compassionate gay adult living in the best community in the world. I love the fact that this film has restarted a conversation of togetherness, one fight. One last note, I LOVE  LESBIANS

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Inside the Out There play-by-play

Out There

We Were Here co-director and editor Bill Weber and producer/director David Weissman enjoy the film's premiere at the Castro Theatre. Photo: Rick Gerharter

Since pop star Britney Spears feels quite at home enough in the Castro District to do her Good Morning America shoot from there, and actress Faye Dunaway feels she belongs back in the spotlight on Dancing with the Stars, we feel we can bring you along to a deep, dark, exotic place where many fear to tread: Out There’s weekend datebook. Last Friday night at the Castro Theatre, OT was among the VIP crowd at the opening-night premiere for We Were Here – The AIDS Years in San Francisco from co-directors David Weissman and Bill Weber, a benefit for Project Inform and Shanti . At the reception in the mezzanine, the filmmakers made remarks to a see-and-be-seen crowd that included political luminaries Carole Migden, Scott Wiener , Harry Britt, and special guest singer/songwriter Rufus Wainwright .From the stage of the Castro, Wainwright conjured up the spirit of Judy Garland as he sang “Over the Rainbow” with heart and soul, accompanied by Matthew Simmons (Peggy L’Eggs ) on keyboards. Shanti e.d. Kaushik Roy , PI e.d. Dana Van Gorder , Weissman and Weber made touching remarks. Then they rolled the film.

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March 4, 2011

Cutting through all the crap in the media…

by Accidental Bear

Cutting through all the crap in the media like butter.