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06/05/2007

Video: Besen issues a Surgeon General warning

by Jeremy Hooper

"Ex-gay" rival Wayne Besen has fired up his video camera yet again, this time challenging Bush's nomination of James Holsinger for the role of U.S. Surgeon General:

And be sure to look for a future video from Wayne, where we hear he'll suggest the nomination of a much more gay-friendly "Hole singer":

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Oh, and he'll of course make that nomination to Bush:

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::sigh:: We miss the 90's.

TWO Speaks Out on Holsinger’s Surgeon General Nomination [TWO]

**UPDATE, 6/6: Read this paper (pdf) that Holsinger wrote on homosexuality in 1991. A sample:

"...the logical complementarity of the human sexes has been so recognized in our culture that it has entered our vocabulary in the form of naming various pipe fittings either the male fitting or the female fitting depending upon which one interlocks within the other. When the complementarity of the sexes is breached, injuries and diseases may occur as noted above."

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Your "auto-reload" feature is a disaster when it comes to downloading the U-tube clips you recommend. Even at my fastest dial-up speed, it takes 8 minutes to receive 1 minute of video. I have to download the whole video, then hit "rewatch" to see the whole thing without interruptions. If your "auto-reload" kicks in, I lose all of the video I've downloaded to that point, and have to restart the process.

This is particularly annoying overnight and weekends when you're not even there posting new stuff.

I suggest you turn off the "auto-reload" feature. I'm perfectly capable of hitting the reload button myself.

Thanks

Posted by: Bill Ware | Jun 5, 2007 10:28:59 AM

Bill: It takes 8 minutes to load one minute of YouTube video?! Geez, my friend -- get DSL or cable :-)

I will, however, turn off the auto reload feature for you. But it is only set to reload once every 40 minutes.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Jun 5, 2007 10:33:29 AM

Thanks.

With all the YouTube popping up, I'm looking into DSL.

Keep up the great posts.

Bill

Posted by: Bill Ware | Jun 5, 2007 5:14:27 PM

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