Bil Browning

Log Cabin Republicans, Prince, Stoned Afghanis and Jason Mraz

Filed By Bil Browning | October 17, 2008 1:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: Jason Mraz, LCR, Log Cabin Republicans, Prince, Prop 8, stoned Afghanis, stoned soldiers

Things here have been full of house repairs and consultant duties, so I haven't had a chance to blog about these items I'd saved up. I thought I'd at least share them so you can provide the commentary.

And a cool PSA from Jason Mraz about the education crisis in America after the jump.

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The Macy's event Bil mentions above is in 27 cities nationwide.

Aside from Passport’s stunning fashions and over-the-top production, this year’s show features musical performances by mega talents Ne-Yo, Fall Out Boy and the Pussycat Dolls.

100% of the proceeds raised by ticket sales go to the local AIDS charities that are promoting them--in Indianapolis, it's the Indiana AIDS Fund (

I find it disappointing that Prince had to write his letter to convince his gay friend to fight Proposition 8. But then I had to ask, what am I doing about it? Since I don't live in California or have contact with folks there, I guess the only way I can oppose Proposition 8 is by donating money. But is it too late to do so and still have it be effective?

Hi, Dale, it is not too late to donate. In fact, your money can help to get No-on-8 ads on television. I heard that these ads help very much in countering the lies that are being spread on TV. If you lived in California, it would sicken you to see all the "protect marriage" ads that are running and how absurd they are. Anyway, you can donate here. Also, I outline 6 Things You Can Do to Stand Up for Equal Rights even from afar. Thanks so much for your help.

And, Bil, thanks for spreading the word.

You're a good blogger, Prince. I hope you pick up some readers from this mention. You hooked me! :)

Oh, they still need money.

And if you can put together a good TV ad, they're in need.