Friday, February 26, 2010


I want this photo for my Desktop Friday!


Man I can't stop laughing.
found here.


This is how I've been feeling this week. The snow covering me like a blanket of fluffy bunnies.

Found here.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

EQ aka Electroqueer

I’ve been obsessing over lately.

Check out EQ, it’s an amazing blog showcasing electro-pop music that you might not hear in North America.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Man I have spring fever bad this week. I finally realized this last night at the car wash. I was using the high-pressure hose to spray all the ice build-up from my wheels when I hit me. I need to be somewhere warm. Not standing naked in a carwash bay spraying down my luxury automobile.

Okay, so I wasn’t naked. But, I really need to be naked outdoors somewhere. Horizontal out on a beach with Spike getting some air. Spikes my….. I wouldn’t say wedding tackle, maybe muscled college jock tackle.

Anyway… I really need to not be in a hoodie 24/7. Ya know how many looks you get on your main street if you’re washing your car in a hoodie and gym shorts in February? Apparently a lot. Had nothing to do with blaring Lady Gaga. Nothing. And the dancing. There was some carwash dancing. Maybe I should wear underwear.

After my freezing car wash, last night I went and picked up my dry-cleaning, as I hung up my shirts at home, my cargo shorts and flip-flops started to charge me. I guess since they’ve been the closet so long they’ve gone feral. Will someone please think of the poor feral cargo shorts?

Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Over the weekend I went to the Local Premier of Paul Festa's Apparition of the Eternal Church. A film based on composer Olivier Messiaen’s Catholic ecstasies on the Notre Dame cathedral organ.

The premier was hosted by Fuzzy, the better half. He looked so cute in his little tux. In the Movie a wide range of people are filmed listening to Messiaen’s Apparition of the Eternal Church through head phones. Recording their emotional response to the powerful cathedral’s music. One of the participants in the film was Harold Bloom, you remember Harold, he wrote all those books that you were forced to read about Shakespeare. Mostly, because he knew Shakespeare personally.

To balance out this night of Catholicism and Poofy French composers. I found a debate on Youtube that better sums up man's quest to understand Gods plan and Men’s comprehension of the universe.

Via Henchmen 21 and 24 from the Venture Brothers.

Oh, 21.

Monday, February 22, 2010


I refuse to post today, too frickin cold. It’s been snowing for the last 4 days here in Lake Woebegone, Uh.. Denver, Colorado. I’ve never seen it just lightly snow non-stop for so long. Stupid Republicans and their weather control device. With all this snow they’re just trying to get the whole country to be white. Bastards. Today I decided just worked from home. Nothings better than conference calls in your jammies. Yippy.

Okay, stay warm. Unless you’re Gooster in San Diego, then you’re all “look at me it’s 80 degrees and sunny.”

Friday, February 19, 2010


My photo for Desktop Friday had some history behind it. In 1989 I moved to Denver, Co. This moved happened for the end of my junior year of high school. As soon as I walked into this “small town” school from a very affluent school in Houston I laid eyes on my first boyfriend. Ed the mo-hawked rebel at school. Being a clean skinned Mormon boy, it was love at first sight.

Eddy worked at the Cooper Theater at 960 S. Colorado Boulevard. Denver’s only wide-screen mega theater at the time. Countless times Ed would sneak me in during performances, mostly to make passionate mo-hawked love during Field of Dreams. To this day I equate that movie with him bending over in front of me. But, that’s another story.

After getting fired for dealing at the movie theater, he got a job at Celebrity Fun Center at 860 S.Colorado Blvd.

This didn’t last long after getting fired for sodomy in the locker rooms.
I wondered this week what ever happened to Ed? Most likely he’s a Catholic Priest somewhere. He was very religious.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

A piece of ass for Valentine's Day

The better half took me to an incredible restaurant for dinner for Valentine’s Day. An Italian place in Downtown Denver. Was it bad that I checked Grindr while at dinner? No? Okay. Well, apparently there’s a huge Grindr following in the Denver hotel scene. I quickly received five hit ups to and from the circling hotels. Fun! On Valentine’s Day. One guy offered to come to the restaurant. Now, that’s accommodating. I asked Fuzzy but, the appetizer would get cold. So, no.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

CTW - Choose The Windex

I was franticly wiping down the sink the other morning. I was late leaving the house but, needed to clean up. Needed to make the house perfect, I always laugh at my OCD, making the house shine before I leave. I’ve always chalked this up to making life easier on my partner. Make the house clean upon his waking and us returning home after a hard day.

As I wiped the sink with Windex something else hit me. The un-announced attack of the Family Home Teachers. The Mormon Church's answer to a home inspection squad disguised as home delivery of Joseph Smith. They haven’t attacked in quite awhile, and I haven’t let one sit across from me since I lived at home. Yet the fear that someone may come in your house to check in to see if your trash is emptied, runs deep. Programmed into my DNA, my CTR ring finger twitched.

“Stupid Brother Shoop.” I muttered under my breath as I wiped down the dog’s tongue marks from the trash can. “You wouldn’t know a one-hundred dollar stainless steel trash can if it hit you in your face.” I giggled to myself, thinking that not only do I remember the name of our Family Home Teacher we had as a child, but I’m still involved in his judgment. Well, at least our kitchen gets clean.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


I have a new passion in Asian, traumatic, action-adventure, gay romance movies. Obscure I know. A perfect example of this is that I re-watched the ’06 Korean movie No Regret again last night. I love this movie! I’m on this quest to find a gay romance that has a happy ending. Where no one gets killed or has to go to fight at the front lines or ends up “really straight.” I want a movie where just they fall in love maybe in difficult circumstances and ride off into the sunset. Is that too much to ask? With sub-titles.

Call me an optimist. I just want my gay protagonist to have a good life. After the struggles of coming to terms with himself and his total hotness. I can’t recommend No Regret enough; it’s Korean so get ready to read sub-titles. And, to learn a lot about Korean male escorts. And their hotness. If you like that sort of thing.

Check out more here. And here.

Friday, February 12, 2010


What's been on Steve's desktop this week?

Spring is just around the corner.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

I do not care about Alexis Stewart's bowels!

I have to say that I really like my new car’s satellite radio. Although, I did scan through the “talk” channels the other day and three different groups of talking heads were discussing their bowels. This wasn’t Howard Stern; this included OutQ the gay channel and the ever creepy Alexis Stewart on the Martha Stewart channel.

Fuzzy and I were driving back from the Über-Target last night jamming out to BBC Radio1, having a great time when the news and sports came on. After a little while of the Brits going on about new somebody playing someone for the title of something Fuzzy turned to me and said “Do you understand anything they’re saying?” “Nope!” I cheerfully responded. “But, isn’t cool! It’s satellite.”

I think I'll just stick to the dance channels. Channel 80 Area, is trance and progressive house music. Wow, this channel may just save my commutes. I can just chill out and relax on the highway without fear of having to hear about anyone’s bowels, ever.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Is it just me or are the pink wearing breast cancer awareness women getting more cult like? There was a gang that accosted me yesterday, man they are a scary lot. When I didn’t want a pink ribbon sticker and to give them twenty bucks the rubenesque Kate Gosselin knock-off treated me like the misogynistic dog that I am.

Don’t get me wrong, I wore a red ribbon on my graduation robe and walked for years with my sister in the Colorado Aids Walk but, my number one rule in life is that anytime you think it’s acceptable to wear a feather boa, and you’re not Mae West, you’ve gone too far.

Is it just me or is breast cancer awareness getting pretty weird from

Tuesday, February 9, 2010


A definition from Urban Dictionary:

a nickname sounds almost childlike,
BUT it's what you should call your loving
boyfriend/friend if his name is Steven or such names alike.
he's a boy who is hands down, amazing!
that has a heart like gold, big
lovable eyes and a smile that makes you
go 'awww, I love you'. So basically he
is terribly cute. He's genuine, one in
a million, and also makes a great friend.

g.Gore: "So how was your weekend?"

m.Hazard: "Oh great, I mean I hung out with
my awesome boyfriend Stevie"

b.Breakdown: "oooooh!"

YES, Urban Dictionary is total bullshit. BUT when it starts to stroke your ego, you’re all like…Yeah, it’s totally like true. Totally.

Monday, February 8, 2010


Wasn’t yesterday just the pinnacle of great television viewing?


I’ve been fighting a cold so I figured going out in the snow to eat a kilo of green chili was in order so I scarfed down a breakfast burrito with the guys then, spent the remains of the day on the sofa. Watching riveting TV. In-between hours of Tylenol Cold induced Puppy Bowl VI I watched Another Country and Bortal Boy, two movies from the “strong but, still gets screwed in the end and not in a good way" gay movies. Although Brendan Behan (Shawn Hatosy) sure made a stutter look hot.

Then more Puppy Bowl VI.

The highlight of my television day was a documentary on why America is so frickin amazing.

Blowing up dead whales. “Pieces of blubber flew a half mile away.” God how cool is that? Blowing up dead whales to get a blubber shower. It’s like last call at a bear bar.

Friday, February 5, 2010


I had two photos as my laptops wallpaper this week. The first was this…

Don’t you just love inspirational modern art. I had to change it on Tuesday. Creeped me out. Then I used this one…

All week she was staring at a report that was overdue. She knew.

Thursday, February 4, 2010


A reader found this and immediately thought of me. What a great idea for Valentine’s Day! Dinner out, how romantic.

Valentine's day dinner

"Wow your special someone with table side service, flowers
and candlelight, in a place made famous for late night cravings. We’ll even
upload a photo of your romantic rendezvous to our website."

I hope my homosexual lifetime companion partner loves this just as much as I do.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Congratulations to everyone who voted in the When Will My Village Take Down The Christmas Crap contest. This morning I was flying through the rounda-boots at high speed and noticed that the street lights are all naked. They may have taken down all the holiday wreaths and lights in that last couple of days but at that early hour I’m usually avoiding collisions with the sleepy Corsica drivers of our town to notice anything.

Corsica drivers don’t understand traffic circles, I’m just saying. They like their roads on the straight and narrow. Like their minds.

I guess It’s the time of year when I just sit and wait for Spring. That and for the local town public works to start attaching the iridescence, light up Easter eggs to the main street’s “old-timey” light poles. Ooooh…. I can’t wait for the He Has Arisen signs to pop up on the church lawns. The Zion creepy church nearest our house ALWAYS has some sort of weird message on its marquee. This week it’s “Christians are like pianos – they require frequent tuning.”
What the frick does that even mean? My response was Christians are like pianos, pianos are just lighter.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010


Oh, you're home?!

Music School

You've got..... A really old AOL disk.

Happy little bugger

I found Uranus!

Monday, February 1, 2010


Well…. I guess my blog post for today just…..disappeared. Great. And it was almost Shakespearean in its luminosity. Almost.

Anywho. The birthday weekend was pretty damn great. We went to a great French restaurant for the grown up portion of my birthday, then to Casa Bonita Mexican Restaurant for all you can eat indigestion.

Yes, that Casa Bonita…..

Thanks again for all the Birthday wishes.

Sorry about posting a clip of South Park..It won't happen again.