Photos of Hubba Hubba Revue: Summer Camp
are up now, with the fabulous Fans of Jimmy Century
, who put on a great show as always. This was also the premiere of their new music video Hollywood Ending
, which you can now watch online
I've also put up photos of last month's Mortified. I had forgotten that I hadn't posted them yet, oops!
It looks like SF Weekly is having another contest for some "Web Awards" thing, and one of their categories is "Best Venue Website". Guess what? DNA Lounge is not one of the choices, and there's no mechanism for write-ins. What do you think is it a deliberate snub, or simple incompetence? It's not like we don't win their "Best of SF" contest every year! Feh.
I happen to think that this web site is pretty good!
US man impaled through eye with pruning shears
Leroy Luetscher was working in his back garden when he dropped a pair of pruning shears, which landed point-side down in the ground. When Luetscher went to pick them up, he lost his balance and fell face-down on the handle. The handle penetrated his eye socket and went down into his neck, resting on the external carotid artery. Half the shears were left in his head, while the other half was sticking out.
Mr Luetscher was rushed to the hospital, where surgeons removed the shears and rebuilt his orbital floor with metal mesh, saving his eye.
Doctors say Mr Luetscher still has slight swelling in his eyelids and minor double vision but has otherwise recovered.
I repeat, this man's eye still works.
Catholics object to Irish law requiring them to stop covering up the rape of children.
Cardinal Sean Brady called the practice of hiding child rapists a "sacred and treasured" rite.
The Archbishop of Armagh said "any intrusion upon it is a challenge to the very basis of a free society".
The government of Ireland, in the mean time, insists that aiding and abetting is aiding and abetting even when you do it because the voices in your head tell you to.
Previously, previously, previously.