Monday, June 20, 2005

Tolerant statement of the year!

Queer Prom generates safe, fun environment
On Saturday night, the LGBTQA held this year's Queer Prom at the Red Lion Hotel with the theme "Rainbow Royalty."

"The point is to promote diversity," Hill said. "This is a big issue and I think events like this one do a good job of telling people we're here."

Good, a freshman at Lane Community College, said there's more diversity in Eugene compared to his hometown of Roseburg.

"Roseburg is a cesspool of ignorance and arrogance," he said. "It's full of people who can't just accept people who are born the way they are. It's awful."

Good and Hill talked about the difference between Eugene and Roseburg.

"Let me put it this way, in Roseburg, Luke or I would never have gone out in heels," Hill said, referring to Good's strappy high heel shoes.

"We wouldn't have even thought about it," Good said.

You know what I hate: those idiots who are always calling other people names! What kind of moron has to insult someone else to make themselves feel better? People who go 5 minutes without calling names are ignorant clowns.

BTW, thank goodness for Roseburg!

7 comments:

GayRightsWatch said...

Daniel - I am confused. You say:

You know what I hate: those idiots who are always calling other people names! What kind of moron has to insult someone else to make themselves feel better?

Isn't that what you were just doing?

Your friend,
Gay Rights Watch

Daniel said...

Bryon, it was a play on the "those intolerant cesspool bunch" statement.

The sarcasm was lost on you...

GayRightsWatch said...

It must have been. Damn it's good to have you back. I was a little bored around here! Was that lost on you?

Anonymous said...

It was a wonderful event, WOO PRIDE WOO!

Daniel said...

I didn't go anywhere Bryan. I have been reading your stuff but I haven't been posting comments. Now that I know you miss me so much I will make sure to give you my 2 cents...

Anonymous said...

Hey Daniel, Nike just endorsed the civil unions bill, suck on that!

Daniel said...

Hey anonymous, "nike" is a concept. It doesn't have feelings or opinions. Now maybe Phil Knight or board memebers like the idae of civil unions but that doesn't mean that all Nike employees are on board and it certainly doesn't mean that your fellow Oregonians (and constituents of our state senators and representatives) agree.