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07/10/2008

'It's fun to play on the X-B-O-X'

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 2-162And now in "campy '70s disco era gays who are parlaying their fame into the realm of digital interactivity" news: Kotaku reports that in the upcoming XBox360/PC video game called "Postal III," openly gay Village People cowboy Randy Jones will appear as the leader of a gay biker gang:

Village Person Gets Postal III Appearance [Kotaku]

Not to be outdone in the genre switching, we hear that this fellow mustachioed and cap-adorned "Macho Man"...

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...is already midway through learning the choreography for "In the Navy."

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I guess this explains why he was at the press screening for the POSTAL movie. I couldn't wrap my brain around why he was there at all.

Posted by: Mike C. | Jul 11, 2008 1:25:04 AM

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