Archive for July 14th, 2011

July 14, 2011

Feeding the Gays: Ice Cream, Beard, Fan & Licking

by Accidental Bear

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July 14, 2011

Mexican Salad Toss? Watch Jack in a Box to Find Out: Gay Bear NYC

by Accidental Bear

JACK IN A BOX Season 3: The Advice (Ep 22)

This is worth a watch to see the hunk-of-burning-love in bed, shirtless, on phone, just saying. Jack awaits a phone call from Drew and it becomes increasingly clear he has no clue how to date/be normal. After freaking out, he gets some misguided advice from his perpetually single girlfriends. Can Jack be smooth with his moves? Unlikely.

Jack awaits a phone call from Drew and it becomes increasingly clear he has no clue how to date/be normal. After freaking out, he gets some misguided advice from his perpetually single girlfriends. Can Jack be smooth with his moves? Unlikely.

Written by & Starring: MICHAEL CYRIL CREIGHTON

JACK IN A BOX Season 3: The Date (Ep. 23)

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July 14, 2011

Humans Save Whale By Untangling Human F**k Up (Net): Heroic Video

by Accidental Bear

Michael Fishbach narrates his encounter with a humpback whale entangled in a fishing net. Gershon Cohen and he have founded The Great Whale Conservancy to help and protect whales. Visit their website, facebook page, and join them in helping to save these magnificent beings.

July 14, 2011

K-Swiss Joey Yates Collection: I Need to Be Bitch Slapped

by Accidental Bear

Ok, I actually enjoy these pieces from K-Swiss. I usually jump over K-Swiss like dog crap on the side walk. Will somebody bitch slap me to be sure that I am awake and well.

crewneck 1 front 540x359 K Swiss Joey Yates Collection

K-Swiss is doing two things incredibly well at them moment. One, The brand is giving us a good laugh (#fuckyeahkennypowers) and two, producing tight capsule collections that hit the mark on core sporting heritage. The Joey Yates “Love Hurts” project sort of combines both skill sets, propelling an 80s tennis renegade back into the spotlight and providing the proper duds for a serious comeback. The collection boasts everything from sneakers to sweatpants.

All product will hit this Autumn.

July 14, 2011

Handpicked News 7/14: Harsh New Abortion Bill, Gay Actors, Gay History Bill Into Law, Stopping Discrimination Is Bad for Business

by Accidental Bear


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 Govt. Files Emergency Reversal of DADT Order

CBS Issues Disclaimer Over Homophobic Big Brother CommentsBig Brother is a reality show about watching a group of people who have no privacy 24/7 — and seeing every moment of their lives,” according to the CBS statement. “At times, the houseguests make comments, reveal prejudices and other beliefs that we do not condone. Any views or opinions expressed in personal commentary by a houseguest appearing on Big Brother, either on any live feed from the house or the broadcast, are those of the individual(s) speaking and do not represent the views or opinions of CBS or the producers of the program.”

Gay Actors, Characters Score Big With Emmy Voters Actors Chris Colfer, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jane Lynch, Nathan Lane, and Evan Rachel Wood, director Todd Haynes, and activist Chaz Bono are among the openly LGBT people celebrating today with news that they received 2011 Emmy nominations this morning. Colfer and Lynch were nominated for best supporting actor and actress in a comedy respectively for their performances on Fox’s megahit Glee. Ferguson was also nominated as supporting actor in a comedy for his role as a gay dad in the ABC sitcom Modern Family, along with Eric Stonestreet, the straight actor who plays his husband.                          

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Stopping Discrimination Is Bad for Business, Governor Says Stopping businesses from discriminating against gay people would be bad for the economy, or so says the governor of Tennessee. Gov. Bill Haslam signed a bill in May that voided antidiscrimination ordinances created by cities and counties, which had barred employers and others from discriminating against gay people. But Haslam told the Nashville City Paper that he’s not only against local ordinances. If someone proposed adding gay people to the state’s antidiscrimination law, he’d oppose that too.    

Jon Stewart Tries Not Saying What Everyone Is Thinking Despite a “comedy repression” session with Jerry Seinfeld, comedian Jon StewartJON STEWART AND MARCUS BACHMANN 390x (SCREEN) ADVOCATE.COM skewered Marcus Bachmann’s antigay stances on The Daily Show Wednesday. A hidden camera investigation by Truth Wins Out found that Rep. Michele Bachmann’s husband offers so-called reparative therapy at his string of Christian counseling clinics. When Stewart asked to see video of who would do such a thing, up came footage of the Bachmanns dancing during a campaign rally.

Harsh New Abortion Bill To Become Law In Missouri JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri doctors and Missouri Abortion Lawhospitals will face new restrictions and penalties for performing late-term abortions after Gov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday that he would let legislation backed by anti-abortion groups take effect without his signature. The law is part of a trend among states to limit abortions past the point when a fetus may be able to live outside the womb. Missouri’s proposal leaves it to doctors to determine viability on a case-by-case basis, unlike new laws in several other states that bar most abortions after 20 weeks.

California Governor Signs Landmark Gay History Bill Into Law SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill ThursdayCalifornia Gay History Law
making California the first state in the nation to add lessons about gays and lesbians to social studies classes in public schools.
Brown, a Democrat, signed the landmark bill requiring public schools to include the contributions of people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender in social studies curriculum. The Democratic-majority Legislature had passed the bill last week on a largely party-line vote. “History should be honest,” the governor said in a statement. “

Discovered: Mexico’s Record-Breaking Marijuana Plantation

Mexico Marijuana Plantation

 SAN QUINTIN, Mexico (Reuters) – Mexican soldiers discovered the biggest marijuana plantation ever found in the country in a remote desert surrounded by cactuses, a top army officer said on Thursday. Soldiers patrolling the area found 300 acres of marijuana plants being tended by dozens of men this week, said General Alfonso Duarte. He said the crop, which was found in the state of Baja California, about 200 miles/320 km south of San Diego, California, would have yielded about 120 tonnes and was worth about $160 million. “This is the biggest marijuana plantation we have found in the country,” Duarte said. The plants will be destroyed, he said.


July 14, 2011

Hair Balls of the Day: One Hunk, Two Pussies

by Accidental Bear




July 14, 2011


by Accidental Bear

It’s a pretty crazy feeling when you’re going about your regular, every day routine in the studio and all of sudden you get a phone call that Jack White wants to work with you. The email to my manager came from Jack White himself. My first reaction was one of shock that an artist like him, who most people would categorize as a rock star, would want to work with an independent hip-hop artist. My second reaction was surprise that he even knew I existed, even though we’re from the same city. Of course, my response was “Hell yeah! When and where do I need to be to make this happen?” A few back and forth emails led to my band (keyboardist AB; drummer Daru Jones; and bassist Malik Hunter) and I taking a trip to Nashville to record at Jack’s home studio.

Side A: Brain

Side B: Royal Mega

Purchase on iTunes  //  Purchase 7″ Vinyl

100 Limited Edition tri-color vinyls will be available at Peoples Records in Detroit this Friday, July 15th.

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July 14, 2011

Video | All about the Levi’s 501 Original Jean: Perfect American Icon

by Accidental Bear

It’s the blue jean that started it all. Learn all about the fit again from designer, Alex. Hey, isn’t that model on Big Brother this Season?

July 14, 2011

Cornucopia of New Bay Area Artworks: SF CA

by Accidental Bear

Bay Area Now 6,
 the triennial exhibition at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts devoted to regional artists who work across disciplines from performance to visual art, to film and video, brought Out There toYBCA last Friday night for the show’s opening event. The 18 Bay Area-based artists or artist collectives included were chosen by YBCA curators on the basis of studio visits, and commissioned to create works expressly for the exhibition. As is often the case in group shows, any attempt to generalize or draw conclusions about the state of the artscirca 2011 is doomed to fail. But many of the works on display do demonstrate these artists’ confidence and willingness to experiment, as shown by their art practices and products.


July 14, 2011

Youth Housing Project Causes Uproar: SF CA

by Accidental Bear

Whats strikes me as a debatable subject matter of this story is the age bracket in which youth is classified; 18-24. To me, youth has always meant 12-17, under 18. There are many intertwined issues to be played out.  Pay attention. AB


A bitter fight over a Cow Hollow housing project for youth at risk of homelessness and those aging out of the state’s foster care system will play out before San Francisco’s Planning Commission meeting Thursday afternoon (July 14).

Two service providers, Community Housing Partnership and Larkin Street Youth Services, plan to house up to 24 youth, aged 18 to 24, at the former 30-room Edward II Inn. The vacant boutique tourist hotel is located at 3155 Scott Street and Lombard.

It is estimated that up to one-third of the youth will be LGBT as studies have found they account for 10 percent of the young adults who “age out” of the foster care system. Queer youth also account for 40 percent of the homeless youth population. READ MORE B.A.R.

July 14, 2011

I Art You: Van Gogh Mickey Old-One Ear

by Accidental Bear



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July 14, 2011

WTF Brian Wilson? You are a Queer Fish: ESPYs Awards

by Accidental Bear

I hate to give the ESPYs much attention. They’re a slurpfestapalooza, a publicity-seeking exercise that just might lift the spunky little networkresponsible for them to real sports prominence. Gosh, I hope so.

But when an athlete shows up on the red carpet in a spux — a spandex tuxedo — you pretty much have to slam on the brakes, roll down the window and throw that notion right out.

Ladies and gentlemen, behold San Francisco Giants reliever Brian Wilson.



July 14, 2011

Morning Warm-up Videos: Matt Alber, The Young Professionals, A shark, a duck and an awkward interview

by Accidental Bear

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