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02/12/2007

::sigh:: Vagina Night never gets the glory!

by Jeremy Hooper

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A headline that really only begs one question: "Since when are national holidays eligible for office?"

Dick Day to run for Congress [MPR]
(H/t: Blogactive)

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At the Gay Nineties in Minneapolis, everyday is Dick Day.

Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Feb 13, 2007 3:34:42 AM

Well, it's no Dick Day, but Canadians almost had a Stockwell Day.

I think that Stockwell Day celebrations would have involved honoring the earth's 6000th birthday and reciting the Stockwell Day Pledge of Allegiance: "Homosexuality is a mental disorder that can be cured through counseling."

Luckily, we passed on the whole notion and stuck with our then-current Prime Minister. Now Stockwell Day celebrations are limited to Minister of Public Safety duties.

Posted by: Mark | Feb 13, 2007 10:00:23 AM

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