Bil Browning

Radio is the theater of the mind

Filed By Bil Browning | May 15, 2008 12:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Living, Marriage Equality, Politics, The Movement
Tags: court ruling, domestic partner benefits, gay marriage, Indiana, marriage equality, Michigan, radio shows, same-sex marriage

Our own Don Sherfick was recently interviewed for WFIU radio about the implications Michigan's recent domestic benefits ruling will have in Indiana. He has become one of the foremost activists fighting against Indiana's marriage amendment.

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Don Sherfick Don Sherfick | May 15, 2008 2:50 PM

"Foremost activist"? Is that like "unelected activist judges" I always see bashed by the proponents of SJR7? In that case, Bil, I wish you would have chosen not to use what was an older, capless version of my bio photo, instead of my current one hearalding my affection for the Indianapolis Colts despite my disappointment in Tony Dungy's flirting with the Indiana Family Institute last year.

Thanks to the WFIU folks for running the piece, as you've duly noted.

Coming on top of today's California decision, that's put me in overload. Where's a good Larry Craig VP followup when I need it most?

Do you like the screencap Jerame gave you, Don? I told him to choose the "capless" photo. You're wearing a hat and coat in the other picture and, well, it's Springtime. It looked silly. LOL