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06/11/2007

Maybe had Tony been there, then he'd gotten 'whacked'

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 2-78In what is believed to be the world's largest gay pride parade, over 3 million people are said to have celebrated over the weekend in São Paulo, Brazil:

Sao Paulo hosts world's largest gay pride parade [AP via IHT]

Meanwhile, in other weekend events that were filled with major suckage: "The Sopranos" finale aired last night.

We're aware our stateside mention has nothing to do with gay pride. However, after stewing internally over that oh-so-disappointing final episode for the past 10 hours, this writer needed the catharsis that comes from bitching to online friends and strangers.

Eight years and we end up having to watch Meadow try and parallel park for at least two minutes? No thanks.

::sigh:: "Big Love," it's all up to you now!

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