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!! OMG, the Next Best Thing: Mix Tape USB Sticks !!

Call me old-fashioned but I miss the art of the mix tape. This may be because I spent a lot of time as a teenager driving around in an old Honda with only a tape player. So I was just complaining to someone last night about how the MP3 mix is just not the same and ta-da!
Well, maybe this mix-tape-shaped flash-drive holder is too twee by half, but who are we kidding– we’re talking about mix tapes here, so twee is the name of the game. It’s still not the same, but I want one anyway.
Get them here.

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!! OMG, They’re Gay: Cartoon Characters !!

Zack at The New Gay has nicely compiled a list of the queerest cartoon characters you didn’t know about. Well, maybe you know about some of them, but he left total obvos like He-Man, Skeletor and the hot daddy/twink couple of Lion-o/Panthro off the list.
My favorites are, of course, Walter and Perry from Home Movies, planning their gay nuptials above! Cutesies!
Check out the rest of the list here.

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!! OMG, How Babylike: Monkids !!

Attention gays! You may not be able to adopt or get married, but have you looked into adding a little monkey to your family? They’re just as cute and you don’t have to send them to college. (Although I guess it would be extra-cute if you did!)

Jesus and Carmen waited seven years, until they were financially stable, to adopt a newborn.

But the Indiana couple didn’t adopt a human baby. They adopted a baby monkey.

“She’s pretty much our entire lives, actually,” Jesus said of baby “Butters.”

Monkey business is big business in the United States, where some people pay up to $5,000 to adopt a monkey of their own, often a capuchin monkey, which can grow up to 22 inches and 9 pounds. There are hundreds of videos on the Internet of proud parents enjoying their monkeys, and an estimated 15,000 monkeys live with humans as pets or surrogate children in the United States…

Jesus and Carmen decided not to have children because of Jesus’ own difficult childhood. But they are devoted parents to Butters.

Carmen crocheted clothes in anticipation of her daughter’s arrival, and dotes on her “baby girl,” who wears diapers sized for premature infants.

“She is gorgeous,” Jesus said in “My Monkey Baby.” “Hi, little girl.”

“Look at those big pretty eyes,” Carmen gushed. “Yeah, those pretty eyes.”

Full article and video here.

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