Roses on the 14th, thorns on the 15th
If you live in Maine and want to celebrate love, then you should do all you can on Valentine's Day to ensure that those close to you know how much they mean to your life.
If you live in Maine and want to deeply offend the love of a certain population sect, then you should attend this event on the day after Hallmark's favorite holiday:
Heart-shaped candy box vs. Heartless talking points. Decide for yourself which one sweetens society, and which is bloating us with empty mental calories.
When I look at any of the four faces on the left, my punching fist starts twitching uncontrollably.
Posted by: a | Feb 4, 2009 1:09:23 PM
I am a queer female high school sophomore in Maine, and the co-president of one of the largest GSA's in the state. I was appalled when I saw this. It seems as though for every stride Maine makes in the right direction, we have these bigots to contend with. On the bright side, those in favor of equality are putting up such a fight that these people feel threatened enough to sponsor a rally. If they keep spending money nowheres near elections, maybe they'll run out of it when it does come time to vote on something!
Posted by: Mainer | Feb 4, 2009 1:42:12 PM
I know it's not nice nor is it the sense of this wonderful blog, Jeremy, but I do wish I could sent each of the guest speakers a very large heart-shaped box of laxatives in the guise of chocolate! Bastards!
Posted by: tom | Feb 4, 2009 2:03:01 PMcomments powered by Disqus