A Suppa Earl Gae
Morning folks! Isn’t it just a lovely Autumn day out there! I am back and well refreshed after a 3-week honeymoon involving Boston, New York and lots of quality time with my favourite lady Right, news I hear you cry!
Let’s start with sport cause our ladies seem to be doing alright in the Solheim Cup. The Irish Times reports Europe quietly gain upper hand
GOLF: SERENADED OFF the first tee with lyrics adapted to the rugby anthem, Ireland’s Call, and also a peculiar version of Danny Boy with a golfing twist by a supporting choir donned in curly blue wigs, Europe’s golfers for much of a long day let their clubs make their own sweet music in this 12th edition of the Solheim Cup.
Staying with sport, I know I know, but its all go this weekend, Irish Central reports New York Ladies GAA team aim for history at All-Ireland level
The New York Ladies football side head to Ireland on Wednesday, September 21 with the junior All-Ireland title in their sight. They play Wicklow on Sunday as the curtain raiser at Croke Park. The ladies intermediate and senior finals will follow.
and finally I can actually mention Westmeath and Gaa in the same sentence without being embarrassed, it seems our intermediate ladies are doing better then our senior boys
Of course the big one is the Women’s Senior Football final with the nearly always present Cork playing Monaghan. You can catch all 3 games tomorrow on TG4 from 12.
Bad news for those looking for unequivocal proof that gays just simply aren’t cut out for this whole marriage thing: According to a U.K. government analysis, lesbians couples in civil partnerships (the training wheels for real marriage) separate at a shockingly high rate of … 2.5 percent, according to The Telegraph.
Girl with Dragon Tattoo offers deja vu [Trailer]
Intense and familiar are two words that come to mind upon viewing the extended trailer for David Fincher’s “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” which of course tells of magazine-man Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig) and hacker Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara) teaming up to solve a decades-old murder on a remote Swedish island.
Didn’t see the first one so I suppose I should start there.
“A lot people are very curious as to why I’m a lesbian — ladies and gentleman, the cast of Entourage,” she cracked.
But was the “Glee” star off the mark about the testosterone-fueled series? Kevin Dillon, aka Johnny Drama, thinks so…
“It was funny, but I think it’s not fair at the same time,” Dillon told me at the HBO party at the Pacific Design Center. “We all have good senses of humor but I think the men of ‘Entourage’ treat women well for the most part.
Again I’ve never seen an episode of Entourage so I can’t comment. I’ve got Rizzoli and Isles, Glee and The Good Wife to keep me amused, there’s not enough hours in the day sometimes
And in junk science of the bleeding obvious this week NU study finds bisexual men attracted to both genders
A new study conducted by Northwestern researchers found bisexual men are sexually stimulated by images of both genders. For Medill senior Chris Garcia, the results confirm what he’s known for years: he’s attracted to men and women.
I kid you not. I wonder when they do the same study on women will they get the same results? I’ll be here. On the edge of my seat.
BUENOS AIRES – Legislators from Argentina’s ruling party are pushing debate on a bill to allow sex-change operations without previous judicial authorization, the press reported Sunday.
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