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So a theatre in Utal pulled Brokeback Mountain:
Gayle Ruzicka, president of the conservative Utah Eagle Forum, said not showing the film set an example for the people of Utah. "I just think (pulling the show) tells the young people especially that maybe there is something wrong with this show," she said.
I am so disgusted with the hatred. It's a love story. I saw the movie. It's fantastic. I urge everyone to see it. It's beautifully written and well-acted. Do I like the attention that it's getting as "the gay cowboy movie?" No. I'd rather they just call it a love story. But I accept the fact that people need to do that. But to refuse to show it at a theatre?? Let people make the decision for themselves if there is someting wrong with the movie or not.

This is a fun website. I like the color visualizer. You can "paint" interiors. My friends are appalled. I enjoy teal with orange. It's so awful together that I must do it.

I also bought a dress for the Easter Seals raffle. I was looking for a cocktail length red dress. That is not what I ended up with. Perhaps I'll keep looking...

And for Jump Back Ball (which I urge everyone in Cleveland to attend, it's easily the best party in town.), I've decided rather than due black tie (like I've done the last two years), I'm going in costume. (It's a black tie/costume theme party). This year's theme is Frolic on 42nd Street - A Jumpback to Broadway. I don't want to spoil the surprise of who I am going as, but I can assure you that I will be comfortable! Last year, my feet were in pain. So that's exciting.


  • At 10:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hey, I am sorry to hear this. I hear that Brokeback mountain is a great movie - I haven't really seen it but hopefully will when it comes out here.

  • At 10:45 AM, Blogger Matthew said…

    Thanks for the support, Stephanie. I thought it was an excellent film, as well, and was crying by the end of it.


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