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August 4th, 2020

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I'm Limping Today

By Daddy

Las Vegas — I must of over done it over the weekend as I'm limping badly today. Using the cane to get round the house. However, the bathroom and kitchen floors look really good and the carpets in front of the sinks are clean because of the double sized washers at the Laundromat.

Ninety days and counting to the most important election of the century. If you don't want to risk going to the polling place, Make your request for an absentee ballot now. Some states require an excuse for voting by mail. Due to the coronavirus, some states are giving all voters an excuse to vote by mail for certain elections. Nevada just has a form you print out, sign, and fax to them.

I made it to Day 67 of the SwiftUI. when I reviewed the project on CoreData I found that I had somehow skipped a day or two. The 2nd time around made much more sense. The project I just finished was manipulating images with Apples Core Image. Lots of fun, lots of ideas for the new library.

I'm projecting that I'll be about $500 short for the month and I'll need to throw the rest of the stimulus check into the port. To all those that have donated, Thank you! Any help is appreciated. Here's a link to the How to Donate Page

Out.com Logo 'Masterchef' Winner Feared Father Would Kill Him for Being Gay

'Masterchef' Winner Feared Father Would Kill Him for Being Gay

By Donald Padgett

BBC — Celebrity Masterchef UK winner Riyad Khalaf is best friends with his father now, but the Irish-Iraqi influencer, author, and activist told the BBC that years earlier he feared his father might kill him for being gay. (More)

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SpaceX Capsule and NASA Crew Make 1st Splashdown in 45 Years

By Marcia Dunn (AP)

Cyberspace — Two NASA astronauts returned to Earth on Sunday in a dramatic, retro-style splashdown, their capsule parachuting into the Gulf of Mexico to close out an unprecedented test flight by Elon Musk's SpaceX company. (More)

TowleRoad Logo Seth Sikes Channels His Inner Judy for a Tribute to Fire Island and Its Ferry

Seth Sikes Channels His Inner Judy for a Tribute to Fire Island and Its Ferry

By Staff

Cyberspace — Fire Island Pines, the gay getaway approximately 90-minutes from New York City, made headlines several weeks ago when several videos spread across social media of gay men partying with nary a mask in sight and little to no social distancing. Since that round of incredibly bad publicity, a group has worked to ensure that rules are obeyed by hiring drag queens and go-go boys to hand out masks and sanitizer. (More)

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Kellyanne Conway’s Daughter Calls Trump a “Racist, Homophobic, Tyrannical, Golfing Idiot”

By Adrian Garcia

Cyberspace — Claudia Conway found a way around her parents’ social media ban to blast President Donald Trump as a racist, a homophobe and a tyrannical maniac. “got my phone back! probably wont have it for long though considering i’m about to revolutionize twitter brb,” tweeted the daughter of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway and prominent Trump critic George Conway (More)

Logo Logo Black Queer Joy Is a Revolution, and Plantkween Is Sowing the Seeds

Black Queer Joy Is a Revolution, and Plantkween Is Sowing the Seeds

By Sam Manzella

Cyberspace — It’s intimidating, caring for almost 160 house plants, but Christopher Griffin of the popular Instagram account @plantkween does it with a smile. The Black, queer, and nonbinary femme activist traces their plant-loving roots back to their youth: As a child in Philadelphia, Griffin would visit nurseries with their grandmother, who loved to garden. (More)

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House Passes Amendment to Reverse Trans Military Ban; Senate Is Next

By David Artavia

Washington — On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an amendment that would overturn Donald Trump’s ban on transgender people in the military, which has been in effect since April 2019. As it stands, trans people can serve in the military but only in the sex they were assigned at birth. In order to serve in their true gender identity, they would need to get a waiver. (More)

Pride.com Logo This Boyfriend From Hell Is the Gay Horror Movie We've Been Craving

This Boyfriend From Hell Is the Gay Horror Movie We've Been Craving

By Taylor Henderson

Cyberspace — Comedian and actor Benito Skinner is no stranger to going viral, but his latest video needs to become a full-length feature like, yesterday. Benito happily goes home with his boyfriend for the weekend, but the vibe quickly changes when his BF exits the room, leaving Benito with his future mother-in-law. (More)

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Everything You Thought You Knew About Sperm Is Wrong

By Trudy Ring

Bristol — Contrary to what scientists have believed for more than 300 years, human sperm don’t move like snakes or eels but more like “playful otters,” a new study says. “Sperm are very cheeky little creatures,” study author Hermes Gadelha, head of the Polymaths Laboratory at the University of Bristol in England, told CNN. “Our new research using 3D microscopy shows that we have all been victims of a sperm deception.” (More)

Queerty Logo Mangled by a Studio, Witness the Resurrection of ’54’

Mangled by a Studio, Witness the Resurrection of ’54’

By David Reddish

Cyberspace — Director Mark Christopher vied for indie filmmaker stardom with his feature debut as a writer/director, 54. Named for the famous New York City hotspot that merged underground queer culture with mainstream celebrities, Studio 54 has become notorious for its hedonism. (More)