Why don't you write for Queerty anymore?
Queerty is not a traditional blog; there are several editors who write for the site, and no one has any control over the other.
I hate them all and think they suck my lovely friend Bradford hasn't written a post in months, and the rest of the staff and I had "artistic differences." Best of luck to them.
But my contract states I can't write about the same subject matter for six months. Which is fine, I'm sick of talking about gay stuff. The world is a big place, I'd rather do something else. So instead, I am starting a new series of blogs for a real estate developer here in Miami. How cool, I'm a consultant! (And I'm getting paid a lot more.) I'll promote the living hell out of the new blog when it's got some meat on it. Seriously, it's cool as hell. Very sexy.
I read blogs because I'm sick of the news. I don't understand any of it anymore, or it's about Brad and Angelina. I feel really stupid but I don't even know the difference between Shiite Muslims and Sunni Muslims.
Sunni Muslims used to be in power in Iraq, but with the new "democracy" that the US set up for them, now the Shiites have control. And Shiites are the main ethnic group and ruling party of Iran. In Saddam Hussein's day, he balanced the power between the Sunnis (he was Sunni) and the Shiites of Iran, as in that part of the world national boundaries take a backseat to ethnic identity. So it goes without saying that the Shiites of Iraq are going to side with Iran now, and how convenient that Iran now knows how to make nuclear weapons? Fabulous.
I think I have that right.
Although Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie flying off to the wilds of Africa to give birth amidst the protection of wild lions...is fucking hilarious. Bravo, well done. Just a thought: they say they did it to avoid paparazzi, but all that just makes everyone want to take their picture even more. Duh.
This is just a short note saying how proud of you I am for getting actual jobs, and not supporting yourself for the last ten years by being on mtv reality game shows. If you still see some of those people remind them that once you sell your soul you CAN'T get it back.
Actually, I've sold my soul three times: I did the Extreme Challenge 2000, which was the last traveling Challenge (we went to Northeast USA, Quebec, England, Czech Republic, East Germany, and then California); I did Battle Of The Sexes, in Jamaica, 2002; and then I just did The Inferno II, on the Pacific coast of Mexico, in 2005. So yeah, I'm one of those people too. But thanks for the note anyway! Hugs and sloppy kisses.