November 25th, 2008



I saw the lovely and talented apocalypsos take it, and I've taken it now as well:

*insert crack about my man-crushes on Jason Lee and Dennis Quaid here*

Seriously, an increasing number of people in my life are on the LGBT spectrum (which is one reason I don't use this LJ for dating purposes, heh), and I had the seeds of being at least LGBT-friendly from a young age onward. (The quiz brings up who you socialize with, is why I bring that up.) True story: when Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney recorded the song "The Girl Is Mine," I didn't immediately "get" that the high-voiced person was male: So a girl wants a girl? I was thinking on some level. And I accepted that and went on. I was about age 8 back then, and already noticing how purrrrty girls were: I appreciated them from a young age. I was figuring out sexuality stuff, in (I think) pretty safe circumstances, for which I'm grateful.

Now I'm curious if all y'all could take this. So inclined? (But no, I'm still not likely to date any of you...)
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Good Omens

Our radio is cooler than your radio

Why? CBS Radio Portland is going to do live radio dramas!

Aaron "Geek in the City" Duran explains all:
Yup, as mentioned last friday on the Rick Emerson Show, your friendly neighborhood Geek and Jayesunn Krump are starting a return to that American classic... The Live Radio Drama!

CBS Radio Portland is pleased to announce the return of an American institution to the airwaves. On Sunday, December 7th, at 6pm, AM 970 The Talker will unveil the inaugural installment of CBS Radio Theater, a live-without-a-net radio drama harkening back to the golden age of thrill-packed broadcast excitement...
The first play? A.Z. That means "After Zombies." The second: The Crimson Mist, set in Portland in 1943 when our wide-open crime-plagued city gets (wait for it) a superhero.

A bunch of people I'm acquainted with are writing, directing, and starring in the whole shebang.

Holy crap, I can't wait.

More at the link!