John Oliver, filling in for Jon Stewart. Overseas, where people are famously more enlightened than Americans, France is erupting with anti-gay violence. Oliver explained that theyre just trying to protect the sanctity of marriage. This segment from June 13.
So there was this crazy preacher lady yelling in the UU for 3 hours today, talking about how we're all damned to hell and how we're sinners but she's a saint because she's spreading the word of God (you know, the usual). She was just beginning a rant on traditional marriage and why gay people are evil when this happened. Highlight of my week.
After Seth Meyers gets flustered with Stefon's picks for spring activities around New York City, Stefon decides to part ways and lead a new life.
The restaurant Trobiano's has had an amazing night, wowing critics. But there is one thing remaining.
Gordon Ramsay has 2 surprises, he gives a beautiful ring to Anthony to propose to Tiffany, and has a wedding prepared in front of the entire restaurant.
Clinical psychologist Meg Jay has a bold message for twentysomethings: Contrary to popular belief, your 20s are not a throwaway decade. In this provocative talk, Jay says that just because marriage, work and kids are happening later in life, doesn't mean you can't start planning now. She gives 3 pieces of advice for how twentysomethings can re-claim adulthood in the defining decade of their lives.
Funny Or Die produced this PSA narrated by George Takei explaining that if you meet someone who opposes gay marriage in the wild, it's important to treat him or her sensitively and with restraint. And maybe expose them to snazzy bow ties and Broadway shows.
Check out the clip above to see Takei, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Brad Goreski tell explain how to treat homophobes.
Here is my video of the portal 2 Proposal project.
It took about 6 weeks to create this campain, and we did it for Gary Hudston and his future wife (she said yes) Stephany Harbison.
Best whishes to you both!
The levels were made using VALVe's Portal2 SDK,
The voice is done by Ellen Mclain, the actual voice actor of GlaDOS
Level 1 is done by TophattWaffle
Level 2 and 3 are done by MissStabby
The scripts were done by TophattWaffle
The animations were done by MissStabby
Download it here:
Rachel van der Meer (MissStabby):
Email: [skip to 8:15 in the movie above]
Doug Hoogland (TophattWaffle):
Email: [skip to 8:15 in the movie above]
Bob Dylan performed this song at a Ramblin' Jack Elliott show at the Bitter End cafe on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village on July 3, 1975, during a show with Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Bob has never performed this song live in any other show. Listen to this alternative version, which differs a lot from the studio recording on the Biograph release. This version is superbly adapted and one of the best live performances of a song of this era. The song was written by Bob and is about the break-up of his marriage to his first wife, Sara Lowndes. The song was later copied by former Beatles member, George Harrison.
On our 2-week mini outreach in Nrnberg we did a flash mob with over 100 participants from our Marriage of the Arts DTS. Enjoy!
Traditional African gay wedding a first.
On the brink of wedlock, Shane gets a fully-loaded gift from his in-laws that sheds new light on the road ahead. With his best man urging him to the altar and a psychic stripper spurring him to reconsider, Shane must decide whether he's willing to risk his marriage to save his one true love.
Grover and Jesse discuss what marriage is.
"Not every decision is an economic decision. Despite the fact that you recite statistics that are narrow in time, we did provide a 38% shareholder return over the last year. I don't know how many things you invest in, but I would suspect not many things, companies, products, investments have returned 38% over the last 12 months. Having said that, it is not an economic decision to me.
"The lens in which we are making that decision is through the lens of our people. We employ over 200,000 people in this company, and we want to embrace diversity. Of all kinds."
"If you feel, respectfully, that you can get a higher return than the 38% you got last year, it's a free country. You can sell your shares in Starbucks and buy shares in another company. Thank you very much.""
When ninja get married.
Hillary Clinton for HRC's Americans for Marriage Equality
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton explains why she supports marriage equality for lesbian and gay couples.