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07/11/2006

The birds, the bees, and the dog

by Jeremy Hooper

   The pro-gay folks at the Gill Foundation have launched an advertising campaign in Colorado Springs, CO, that introduces viewers to Norman(pic.), a dog that was born to moo instead of bark (a metaphor for gays, who were born to love one way, not the other).

Not to be confused with our own mascot, Cindy, the...

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..who was born to enjoy:

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What? She LOVES cats, that Cindy. Sheesh, you have such a dirty mind!

To view the "Norman" ads, click the link below. We plan to get "Cindy" to star in some ads of her own, if we can only get her to stop munching our carpet.

Stop Cindy -- we're attached to that rug!! ::sigh:: That dog of ours!

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Colorado Springs is targetof pro-gay ad blitz[NY Blade]

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