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No but if you hum a few lines on your next podcast, I'll try to play along on my ukulele.
South Park is in, what, its eighth season? and its still so funny and . . . vital. Mr. Slave and Big Gay Al are two of my favorite supporting characters, so I really enjoyed last night's episode!
Yes, I saw it, and welcome back, Big Gay Al! But seriously, they need to make Mr(s). Garrison a man again.
"South Park" is gay-friendly, but it's not sex-reassignment-surgery friendly. But I'm surprised they didn't put Garrison back to what he was before (as many other things go back to square one after an episode is over). The "South Park" must find it really funny -- the way he's bald and doesn't act the slightest bit womanly. It's quite disturbing!
I choked on my Dr. Pepper when the lesbians spoke up during the governor's gay marriage speech . . .
It's too bad they missed their chance to a Miers-themed episode. I would have loved to have seen an episode where the mayor of South Park was unexpectedly nominated to the Supreme Court.
It's not just South Park that seems to be against gender reassignment surgeries, many within the LBGT community state that these surgeries are mutilations that leave their victims without the hope of true sexual satisfaction (the nerves from the penis can't be turned into a clitoris, and the nerves of the clitoris can't be grafted onto a constructed penis).The view amongst some is that these surgeries are unnecessary and that people should be flexible enough within their minds to feel female while having a penis, or feel male while having a vagina.And last night's episode was the usual gold standard of funny, the Gov. speech about replacing the usual terms for 'butt-buddy' was especially good.
Who needs a penis or a clitoris? Once you have a marriage certificate, all will be right as rain.
I've never seen South Park. Something to do before I die perhaps.
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