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my (our) books

Fool for Love When You Don't See Me

Someone Like You I'm Your Man

He's The One It Had To Be You

The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica Best Gay Erotica 2007

Best Gay Love Stories: New York City Best Gay Love Stories 2005

Three Fortunes In One Cookie The Deal

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P.O. Box 131845, Houston, TX., 77219.

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Warning: This blog may contain homosexuals which in the states of California and Maine have been alleged to destroy the sanctity of marriage. Read at your own risk.



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Mere moments after Mark G. Harris arrived at The Compound we were reclining in my apartment and talking with Becky about the secrets of the universe (It's in the sauce.), the greatest stories never told, meatballs vs. popcorn shrimp, and other weighty topics when the song changed on my iTunes and Mark G. Harris said, "What the hell are we listening to?" I told him and the face he made could only be described as Marcel Marceau miming eating a juicy lemon and chasing it down with a shot of Liquid Plumr.

Today, I was working on a painting while listening to my iTunes. Several songs made me pause mid-brushstroke and think, This song is still relevant. If it were released today, or if someone covered it, it would be a hit. Mark G. Harris can kiss my ass. Here are five songs from my iTunes that should be playing while Mark puckers up and rests his lips on my right and/or left cheek:

1. "Land of Confusion" - Genesis. Superman where are you now, indeed. Genesis' song about greed and uncertainty of the 80's Cold War era, a shout to take care of the world, and a hopeful message to the future seems very relevant to me. So relevant that Disturbed did a cover version in 2006. I haven't seen their video, so I'm not sure if the puppets are still relevant.

2. "Cold Hearted" - Paula Abdul. Still relevant if you think about that thing that's living in the White House.

3. "Touch Me (I Want to Feel Your Body)" - Samantha Fox. Tramps in the night are always relevant. Come back to the five and dime, Samantha Fox, Samantha Fox.

3. (tie) "Boom, Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" - Paul Lekakis. Boom, boom is always relevant. "Hey, babe. I'd like to talk to you..." This song is the only instance where I'll let "How's" slide as a contraction.

4. "Let's Talk About Sex" - Salt n' Pepa. Because tramps in the night having boom boom are still relevant, so is safe sex. Use a condom, kids!

5. "Beds are Burning" - Midnight Oil. Though the song is about land rights for indigenous Australians, really, it could apply to many situations today where certain people or groups are taking advantage. Or, in a broader sense, this song could be used as a call for people to wake up and stop averting their eyes from global situations they'd rather ignore. For example, global warming, the USA invasion of Iraq, or, Dr. Phil using Britney Spears' meltdown as a source of publicity. Pay your share, Dr. Phil, and give it back.

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