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02/22/2009

Video: Sean.

by Jeremy Hooper

As a kid, Penn as Spicoli inspired this gay writer to not take life so seriously. Tonight, Penn as an Oscar winner inspired millions of other gay kids to not take life in a form that's limited by others' biased conditions:

The hatred to which he is referring is Westboro Baptist. The bias to which he is referring is, of course, Proposition 8. Both of these can be combatted with love.

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Thanks, Jeremy - I couldn't find anyone who knew what Penn's references were. Any coverage of the Westboro hatred?

Posted by: marc | Feb 23, 2009 7:20:24 AM

FiveThirtyEight.com totally missed on the Best Actor category, but then I think that most of us were pleasantly surprised.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Feb 23, 2009 11:47:26 AM

Penn wins best actor! The gay mafia strikes again! So very sweet.

Posted by: Wilberforce | Feb 23, 2009 4:07:31 PM

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