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    coming out party finally hits australia. although they didn't think i am that funny. this, from the country whose biggest comedic achievement is crocodile dundee. screw them!
    "hooking up in the real world," hosted by coral and myself. it ended up pretty good.
    "coming out" stories told by comedians and writers. not a comedy show, per se, but is often funny.

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    I absolutely swear I'm in the Roller Skating Museum (or at least I used to be).


    Well that's not fair... you can't let some cornhuskin' Nebraskan stake his claim in you. Thanks for the heads-up about Lincoln, though. I've been ACHING to visit ;-)


    Never been, but I wanna go. The Lincolnites kiss good and promise marriage, but mine was an actuary major. After evaluating the likelihood of a future with me, he decided to reduce the likelihood of undesirable relationship. It was a calculated risk he was unwilling to take. But damn he was a good kisser.


    My friend Mike who works for an Airline is doing a tour of "Third Tier" Lincoln, Sacramento, San Antonio, etc. We both agree that when the nightlife choice is to go to the gay bar, because it is the only gay bar, things can be alot of fun. You see the diversity in our community which you will not somewhere like L.A. where bears hang with bears, twinks with twinks, etc.

    ...which reminds me of a conversation I had Saturday. I mentioned that the crowd at Motherlode is getting cuter lately, to which my friend asked in response if it was that I was just getting older. Ouch.


    Dan, did you decide what to call the husband when you call him back? I'd just say, "Hi, may I speak to my future husband, please?" This avoids the unpleasantry of not knowing his name. Then, you ask him how old he is and then state disbelief until he shows you his.. driver's license, which has his name on it.

    I'm really bad with names so even if I'm not inebriated I still have a hard time remembering them. =)


    I think the big mistake gay guys make, when going to these little towns, is rushing off to the gay bar as if that's what they're supposed to do. (...or any city, I guess.) Although most people from big cities would never dream of going to a place like this and actually having fun, anyway. So it would be hard to convince them to appreciate the benefits of a place like this--for instance, the "diversity" you see in one bar, which is true.

    Personally, I think these towns are a blast. (Obviously.)

    Ann Marie

    Hmn...couldn't really tell if you were being sarcastic or if you really do admire Tara Lipinski. I live about 5 minutes away from her. She was a bratty child I heard...and when she would practice skating, her mom would tug her by the hair! eek!

    Tiffany Stone

    'Hey Dan, it’s your future husband...'Just calling to see how you are. I was hoping if, you’re still in town, we could talk about our wedding…or I’d prefer maybe just going to get dinner..'

    I think that's the best line I've ever heard. Think a straight guy would ever use it on me? (;

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