I don't know him.
Nor does the community.
Little punk ass decided to start a website and started it. Didn't get enough attention and went begging to C.I. for attention.
C.I. being sweet gave it to him even though he wasn't community member Seth.
We already had a Seth writing under that name.
It was very confusing.
I don't link to Punk Ass Seth's blog, check my permalinks.
He is not part of the community.
Every now and then for attention, he'll do one of his bitchy little posts that's really about the fact that no one reads him and he's jealous of C.I. and wishes he could have some impact online.
So the punk ass felt the need to say he disagreed with the "C.I. community" that he claims to be a part of. Hey, PUNK ASS LIAR, it's "TCI community" and any real member would know that.
Little Seth lives in the suds of daytime. If you want to know all the pressing ins and outs of who almost kissed and maybe kissed, he's your Soap connection.
I picture him as a 29-year-old in his third year of college. A little pathetic punk who thinks he's out because he finally told his male roommate he was gay. And someday, maybe!, he'll tell his siblings and, who knows!, when he's 50 he might tell his parents.
He is not of the community. I am one of the oldest community members and he is not of the community.
He is an attention seeking, wanna be diva.
I picture him as a weak chinned, acne-riddled, overweight man in his bathrobe watching his 'stories' while chowing down on Twinkies and Funyons and dreaming of the guy in his A&P lab that he's too scared to talk to -- turning off his soaps only long enough to go to class or online in search of porn.
Changing topics to something worthy. Wanda Sykes is out and proud. From Pop Eater:
- Comedian Wanda Sykes is openly gay, but was content to keep discussions of her sexual orientation private - until Proposition 8 passed in California. Sykes surprised organizers of a Las Vegas rally for gay rights with an unscheduled appearance on Saturday, and told the crowd, "You know, I don't really talk about my sexual orientation... I was just living my life, not necessarily in the closet, but I was living my life. Everybody that knows me personally they know I'm gay. But that's the way people should be able to live their lives."
She explained that the passage of Prop 8 felt like an attack on her lifestyle. "Now, I gotta get in their face," she said. "I'm proud to be a woman. I'm proud to be a black woman, and I'm proud to be gay."