I came here to tell y'all about a lovely documentary called How to Die in Oregon about their death with dignity act and I'm seeing selfies, partial nudity, and talk of things shutting down. What exactly is going on?


Not that Le Boyfriend and I have even thought about talking about marriage, but this scares me because we have an intensely different opinions on films (mainly he more or less doesn't like any film made before 1980 and I live for Bette Davis and Katharine Hepburn).

Please say a prayer to the Old Gods, the New Gods, the Lord of Light, the Drowned God, and, of course, Barbra Streisand, that I find a damn job in Manhattan in the next few weeks. If it all works out I can move in with Le Boyfriend and we can have a lovely little apartment in the Lower East Side all to ourselves.

I want to talk Celine. I posted this in the "Saturday Night Social" post, but I'm afraid it'll get lost. Can we talk about what a vocal genius she is? Like I said, she's easily the most talented of all the divas.

Fellow fans of Downton Abbey and Atonement and Brideshead Revisited and other such period pieces: do yourself a favor and check out the HBO mini-series Parade's End with Benedict Cumberbatch. I just watched the first three episodes and I'm absolutely stunned. If it weren't so late I'd be staying up to finish the last…

Had a conversation with Fascist Father about gay marriage. It doesn't "bother" him and he doesn't "care" either way - hey asshole, you have an openly gay son, you SHOULD care - but he thinks it should just be done the "right" way. As in, through the states. He's fine with how New York did it, but not Massachusetts. My…


You know what today is? It's Stephen Sondheim's 83rd birthday! Let's share some of our favorites. Here we have Dame Judi Dench giving the most heart wrenching and moving performance of "Send in the Clowns" from A Little Night Music that has ever been.