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Alan Grayson Wants The USA To Keep Up Appearances

Perhaps Alan Grayson isn’t really serious about H.R. 3203. Perhaps he is merely using this legislation as an opportunity to chide the Republicans that their tactics risk the closure of patriotic landmarks. [...]

Why Send Rich People To Mars?

Later today, millionaire and space tourist Dennis Tito is set to announce that he and a group of other wealthy people are going to build a private spaceship and fly to Mars. Yes, while the rest of us are struggling to pay bills, and preparing to deal with massive budget cuts to domestic government programs [...]

Which Florida Will You Visit?

Visions of Florida tourism, from VisitFlorida and from the Escambia County Health Department. [...]

Visit Louisiana!

Come visit Louisiana – where you can pick up free oil on the seashore! [...]

Is Penobscot County Maine Gay-Friendly? The Vote Says Stick to the River.

Gay and lesbian couples planning a visit to Maine in the near future have a different set of considerations than the rest of us. In addition to researching events, outdoors activities, scenic vistas and affordability, same-sex couples are well-advised to consider whether the way they will be treated for holding hands while on holiday. Tallies [...]

2009 Vote, Noted: Gay-Friendly and Gay-Unfriendly Towns in Oxford County Maine

Should you visit Oxford County, Maine?

If you’re a gay or lesbian American, the question isn’t as simple as looking into the recreational, cultural and historical opportunities of the area. It’s unfortunate, but same-sex couples have to consider whether they’ll be welcomed, shunned or worse.

Recent political activities provide some answers to this question [...]

Why Most Tourists End Up at the Crowded Spaces

Sitting on top of Mount Battie in sunny Maine today got me to thinking about the constraints and loopholes of social structure. As dozens of children ran around me on the mountaintop, each exclaiming loudly to the next that they had to see this, I found myself reflecting on the tourist’s lament: no matter where [...]

The Ballad of Sarah Palin

The Ballad of Sarah Palin, a satirical cowboy banjo music video podcast about Sarah Palin’s supposed foreign policy trip to Ireland, from Irregular Times. [...]

What the Alien Greys Want From Planet Earth

The greys came to Earth several decades early so that they could get in line for the iPhone. The first 100 iPhones went on board their spaceships. Then, just a few months later, Apple went and cut the price in half. Watch out, Steve Jobs – ET is pissed, and he wants more than just a refund. [...]