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April 28, 2006

Happy Gay Day, Lords of Kobol Edition


  • 1788 - Maryland became the 7th state in the United States.
  • 1789 - Fletcher Christian led the mutiny aboard the British ship Bounty against Captain William Bligh.
  • 1945 - Benito Mussolini was executed.
  • 1947 - Thor Heyerdahl and five others began their Pacific Ocean crossing on the raft, Kon-Tiki.
  • 1967 - Muhammad Ali, the former Cassius Clay, refused induction into the U.S. Army. Critics and supporters spent years discussing the boxing champ’s refusal to serve in the armed forces. In fact, Ali’s world heavyweight crown was later taken away from him as a result of his actions, which he said were based on religious grounds.
  • 1981 - Marilyn Barnett filed a palimony suit against tennis player Billie Jean King, claiming the two had a seven-year relationship.
  • 1989 - While being questioned in a security check, Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer acknowledged to DIS Agent Brent Troutman that she was a lesbian. She would become the highest ranking person to be discharged from the US military because of homosexuality.
  • 1989 - British artist Francis Bacon died of a heart-attack in Madrid.
  • 1990 - Queer Nation stages its first public action. Almost 500 members of the recently formed organization march in Greenwich Village in protest of a pipe bomb attack on a local gay bar.
  • 1992 - The Santa Cruz city council passed an extensive protection ordinance.
  • 1992 - The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture unveiled its first “food pyramid.”
  • 1997 - Michael Allen, a gay man, was beaten to death with a hammer by two of his tenants. The two suspects, Brad Chesnel and Leroy Tomah, blamed each other. Both were convicted in Feb. 1998.

    Born on this day:

    1758 - James Monroe
    1878 - Lionel Barrymore
    1921 - Rowland Evans
    1926 - Harper Lee
    1926 - Blossom Dearie
    1929 - Gay journalist John Paul Hudson. He is one of the first gay writers to take up gay rights and become involved in the media. He wrote for the periodical Gay in 1969, the Advocate in 1970 and contributed to David, Gaysweek, News West, Flash and Vector. A tireless activist he is credited with being one of the founders of the gay rights movement that grew out of the Stonewall riots.
    1937 - Saddam Hussein (Happy Birthday, motherfucker!)
    1941 - Ann-Margret
    1945 - My dick of a father – who knew that he and Saddam are simpatico?
    1948 - Marcia Strassman ("Welcome Back, Kotter," "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids")
    1949 - Bruno Kirby
    1950 - Jay Leno
    1953 - Mary McDonnell
    1974 - Penelope Cruz
    1981 - Jessica Alba

  • October 17, 2005

    Mal's Content


    Wtf One of the reasons I created this site was to be able to post original content, especially video captures that people might have missed elsewhere but would like the chance to see.  It's kind of a niche I am trying to carve.  It can be time-consuming, but I enjoy it and I think others do too.

    Which is why it's always a bit disappointing to see those videos show up elsewhere, such as this hot Jamie Bamber capture that turned up weeks later on Fleshbot and other sites, without a hat tip.

    I can easily get over the lack of credit, but I'm sure the people who are kind enough to advertise here would appreciate the extra traffic a behemoth like Fleshbot can drive my way, and theirs.

    Granted, it is my own fault for rushing clips onto The Malcontent without adding some sort of graphic to identify the source, but as Tobias Fünke might say, "I shan't be making that mistake again."

    [/queeny rant]

    September 12, 2005

    Bamber on No-Towel-Road


    You first saw the stills on Towleroad, and now The Malcontent (as schizoid a blog as ever there was) brings you just a little more: more stills of the nearly naked Jamie Bamber on basic cable's Battlestar Galactica, plus Bamber's star-making video (sampled at just a little higher quality than normal, for no particular reason).

    [Watch video – 6.7mb, 1:19, WMV format]

    And the husband asks why I like sci-fi?  (Click to enlarge.)

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    Going bald?  I don't care!

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    Bamber's Member: If a genie gave me three wishes, one would surely be for Time Warner Cable to switch the Sci-Fi Channel over to high definition!