Monday, May 5, 2008


One of the great and honorable Supreme Court cases -- as opposed to the usual corporate and state power–suck-ups the Court has been for most of its history -- is Loving vs. Virginia, which declared the racial segregation of marriage, on the books in 17 states at the time, to be unconstitutional in 1967. Mildred Loving, whose name so appropriately graced the case, passed away today. Rest in peace, sister. (Thankfully, reactionaries Scalia, Thomas, Scalito, & Roberts were still staining their nappies back then.)

Another kind of love entirely: that hottie Isabella Rossellini tells it like it is for the birds and bees, or the bees, other bugs, and the worms and snails. It’s green porno and its hilarious.

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