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  • Hagan_F

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    May 06, 2008 9:24 PM GMT
    I realize I am running the risk of having my gay license revoked by admitting that I don't know this but...Who is Kylie Minogue? I've read several references in other strings and am clueless. While I am running the risk I also have to say I've never liked Liza or Judy, I can do without Celine, I've been over Madonna since the 80's and sick of Cher since the late 60's! Am I really gay?
  • ShawnTX

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    May 06, 2008 9:26 PM GMT
    Who let in the straight guy?!?!?
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    May 06, 2008 9:29 PM GMT
    I wonder whether Miss Minogue has heard of Kansas?

    She is a diminutive Australian pop songstress. She's very big in Europe, however she's not so successful in America her most memorable tune being The Locomotion which I believe went to No.1 in what you people call the hit parade.

    There, you can now have your Gay Card, wear it with pride.
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    May 06, 2008 9:30 PM GMT
    You're redeemed if - and only if - you admit you'd father Brad Pitt's children (or vice versa).

    Hagan, "The Locomotion" was a massive hit somewhere in the mid-eighties...she's not real huge at all on mainstream (read: the ClearChannel monolith) American radio these days.
  • joeindallas

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    May 06, 2008 9:33 PM GMT
    Z Drew I have to confess it was my genetic material that produced Suri (BTW I was suppose to have naming rights) and Tom's check bounced LOL
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    May 06, 2008 9:35 PM GMT
    joeindallas saidZ Drew I have to confess it was my genetic material that produced Suri (BTW I was suppose to have naming rights) and Tom's check bounced LOL


    Oh, that's nothing. I'm the one who turned Tom gay. Sorry about that, fellas. I'd turn him back if I could.

    *runs and hides before Mr. Cruise's lawyers can come after me*
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    May 06, 2008 9:43 PM GMT
    I happened to see Tom Cruise being interviewed (soft, soft journalism) by Miss Oprah last night - and I felt as if they were trying VERY HARD to demonstrate that Tom is straight. It was rather nausiating, really. I couldn't sit through much of it. Do any of you know - is the guy on our team or is he not?


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    May 06, 2008 9:48 PM GMT
    Let's just say it isn't just straight porn stars who do gay for pay.
  • HndsmKansan

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    May 06, 2008 9:50 PM GMT
    Hagan_F saidI realize I am running the risk of having my gay license revoked by admitting that I don't know this but...Who is Kylie Minogue? I've read several references in other strings and am clueless. While I am running the risk I also have to say I've never liked Liza or Judy, I can do without Celine, I've been over Madonna since the 80's and sick of Cher since the late 60's! Am I really gay?


    HAGAN!!!! We need to have a talk....
    Come on you remember "The Locomotion" in the 1980's?
    She's from Australia... very cute. Recently treated for breast cancer. Doing very well.
  • HndsmKansan

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    May 06, 2008 9:51 PM GMT
    redheadguy saidI wonder whether Miss Minogue has heard of Kansas?




    I'm confident she would have...
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    May 06, 2008 10:07 PM GMT
    Hagan_F saidI realize I am running the risk of having my gay license revoked by admitting that I don't know this but...Who is Kylie Minogue? I've read several references in other strings and am clueless. While I am running the risk I also have to say I've never liked Liza or Judy, I can do without Celine, I've been over Madonna since the 80's and sick of Cher since the late 60's! Am I really gay?


    Ugh, if only I could claim the same thing as you icon_sad.gif

    Kylie is from here, australia, shes become a very large gay icon both in Australia and Europe (UK mostly) massive amounts of gay men follow her for some reason and when she sings live she true keeps her nick name tne squawking budgie because she doesn't actually have much of a voice.

    She was made big by some really bad songs during a time when pot was smoked a lil to much by teens and young adults.

    It is not Australia's proudest moment in history, nor can I say, we will ever be proud, but as long as the gay community has there nails in her I suppose shes not going anywhere!

    I'm with you though, I'm not much of a madonna fan, cher is so so, I have never watched Liza of Judy either.. I never get them references icon_sad.gif
  • GQjock

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    May 06, 2008 10:47 PM GMT
    I like Judy Garland's music but she's dead
    and Liza was good back in her Cabaret days but I've seen her recently up close and it isn't very pretty icon_eek.gif
    I didn't know that Coke had that kind of delayed effect

    Celine makes me gag

    But Cher's the best
    and Madonna's well ..... Madonna icon_cool.gif

    as far as Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise go
    the str8 people can have'em
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    May 07, 2008 12:23 AM GMT
    Hagan_F saidI realize I am running the risk of having my gay license revoked by admitting that I don't know this but...Who is Kylie Minogue? I've read several references in other strings and am clueless. While I am running the risk I also have to say I've never liked Liza or Judy, I can do without Celine, I've been over Madonna since the 80's and sick of Cher since the late 60's! Am I really gay?


    hahahaha welcome to the dark side!

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    May 07, 2008 12:24 AM GMT
    Did anyone catch Kylie on this seasons DR. Who opener??
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    May 07, 2008 12:25 AM GMT
    I guess if you've never heard of Kylie Minogue, you can be forgiven for not knowing what Google is either.
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    May 07, 2008 1:05 AM GMT
    What I don't understand is the attraction to female singers by gay men.

    I've heard some Cher, some of them were ok I guess. Madonna, Kylie, Celine... what's the big deal?
    I don't and wouldn't have of them in my iPod. Mostly pilfered country songs, a few Dropkik Murphey albums, some Rolling Stones and Irish folk music; them Irish know how to make some snappy songs! I'm 1/4 Irish, so I can wear my green hat all I want.

    The whole female singer attraction is just beyond me. Someone enlighten me!
  • iHavok

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    May 07, 2008 1:12 AM GMT


    Y'all are showing your age.

    This was a major Kylie song from within the last ten years.
    SIGH
    locomotion.

    how sad.
    I'm not even a fan and remember something from this decade. jeez!

    if you dont remember, trying looking for a techno remix. there are BILLIONS!

    and FYI if your iPod doesn't have at least one beastie boys song on it, I hate you.
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    May 07, 2008 1:16 AM GMT
    Buckwheet saidWhat I don't understand is the attraction to female singers by gay men.

    I've heard some Cher, some of them were ok I guess. Madonna, Kylie, Celine... what's the big deal?
    I don't and wouldn't have of them in my iPod. Mostly pilfered country songs, a few Dropkik Murphey albums, some Rolling Stones and Irish folk music; them Irish know how to make some snappy songs! I'm 1/4 Irish, so I can wear my green hat all I want.

    The whole female singer attraction is just beyond me. Someone enlighten me!



    I have always wondered the same thing. I mean you're gay, wouldn't it make more since to have an attraction to male singers icon_question.gificon_confused.gif

    Yes, us Irish do know how to make some snappy songs icon_cool.gificon_smile.gif

    Mike
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    May 07, 2008 2:04 AM GMT
    She is some pint size Aussie, I think, or maybe only an Australian, not sure how long her forefathers have been in Oz?

    But Anyways, she was born in Melbourne. But now calls Pommie land home. She sings song's, and stared off on a sitcom, neighbors. You are not missing anything. I don't have one of her Cd's, and would not pay to see her either.

    But for some reason, the gays love her?

    Go AC/DC!
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    May 07, 2008 2:08 AM GMT
    Buckwheet saidWhat I don't understand is the attraction to female singers by gay men.

    I've heard some Cher, some of them were ok I guess. Madonna, Kylie, Celine... what's the big deal?
    I don't and wouldn't have of them in my iPod. Mostly pilfered country songs, a few Dropkik Murphey albums, some Rolling Stones and Irish folk music; them Irish know how to make some snappy songs! I'm 1/4 Irish, so I can wear my green hat all I want.

    The whole female singer attraction is just beyond me. Someone enlighten me!


    Go the Corrs!!!!
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    May 07, 2008 2:20 AM GMT
    Pattison said
    Go the Corrs!!!!


    Oh Thank you Great Sage, thou knowledge is truly great and neverending! icon_rolleyes.gif

  • Hagan_F

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    May 07, 2008 2:33 AM GMT
    HndsmKansan said[quote][cite]Hagan_F said[/cite]I realize I am running the risk of having my gay license revoked by admitting that I don't know this but...Who is Kylie Minogue? I've read several references in other strings and am clueless. While I am running the risk I also have to say I've never liked Liza or Judy, I can do without Celine, I've been over Madonna since the 80's and sick of Cher since the late 60's! Am I really gay?


    HAGAN!!!! We need to have a talk....
    Come on you remember "The Locomotion" in the 1980's?
    She's from Australia... very cute. Recently treated for breast cancer. Doing very well.[/quote]

    I was high during the 80's. I don't remember a lot.
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    May 07, 2008 2:54 AM GMT
    Hah,

    I went with a bunch of gay skinheads once to a Dropkick Murphys on St. Mark's Place in Manhattan.

    I dove right into the moshpit and came out bloody but happy. (most were bloodier) The gay skinheads (museum lighting designers and such by day) were so horrified by my anti-social behaviour that I was never asked back again. (Actually that was fine.) Personally, I hadn't had so much fun since the Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, and the Butthole Surfers back at Club Foot in Austin in 1982 (before Austin was transformed into whatever it is now).

    Anyway, I'll admit I don't know who this Kylie Minogue is, but I am a bit confused as to your general bewilderment on Cher, Madonna, et. al.

    Is your attraction to DKM a way to prove manliness while Cher is out of that scheme?

    Don't you listen to Patsy Cline, Loretta, Dolly (or do you just steal crap?)

    You have Irish folk music on your iPod but no Madonna?

    WTF, I'll bet you do wear a green hat on your riding lawnmower.

    Ciao
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    Buckwheet saidWhat I don't understand is the attraction to female singers by gay men.

    I've heard some Cher, some of them were ok I guess. Madonna, Kylie, Celine... what's the big deal?
    I don't and wouldn't have of them in my iPod. Mostly pilfered country songs, a few Dropkik Murphey albums, some Rolling Stones and Irish folk music; them Irish know how to make some snappy songs! I'm 1/4 Irish, so I can wear my green hat all I want.

    The whole female singer attraction is just beyond me. Someone enlighten me!
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    May 07, 2008 3:45 AM GMT
    ursamajor said
    Is your attraction to DKM a way to prove manliness while Cher is out of that scheme?

    My friends and my brother were into metal: Pantera, Metallica, Megadeth, White Zombie. Some of the Metallica songs were great, but I hated most of it because you couldn't even understand what they were saying, just a bunch of screaming. I love fast music, with strong beats and nice rhythm. When I learned about DKM (after seeing The Departed) I fell in love with them. It was punk with some Irish folk thrown in. I could understand them, it was fast and strong, and I deemed it good music. I also have Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture in my iPod. It's a good song and has an awesome climax. That's why it's in my ipod.

    Don't you listen to Patsy Cline, Loretta, Dolly (or do you just steal crap?) No, I steal the crap I remember liking from the radio.

    You have Irish folk music on your iPod but no Madonna? Correct.

    WTF, I'll bet you do wear a green hat on your riding lawnmower. No riding lawnmower; No lawn either.

    Ciao
    Terry


    I don't know what the hell your problem is, pal. I asked an honest question and you stuffed your own bitterness/whothefuckknows into it and found that veritable proof to be a dick. Humblest and deepest apologies that I don't fit into your cubbyholed notions.

    The music I listen to is solely for my enjoyment. I ask no pass and sure as fuck don't need one. icon_exclaim.gif


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    May 07, 2008 4:18 AM GMT
    I think that Oprah must have a strap on that she takes Tom with frequently.