September 25th, 2000


Pulling the plug on hate...

I did a search tonight on Matthew Broderick, just out of curiosity... I clicked on a link and look at what I found...

It was late and I wasn't particularly awake... Without reading the rest of the page, I focused on the
Big Red Text ... and immediately started checking out the listing of entertainers. "Wow... I never knew that Jello Biafra was Jewish... how cool! Harrison Ford? Really... Siouxie Sioux?!! Bob Marley?!! You're kidding..." I thought... great! Here is a group of people from very diverse backgrounds and yet they have a common religious background and heritage... perhaps if more people had an idea of the diversity of the Jewish culture, it would help immensely.

... and then the URL struck me. "Jew Watch? Isn't that kinda crass? What kind of ...?" I checked the domain name... Pardon my French, but what kind of f*cked up shit is that? I can deal better with racists who wrap themselves in the Nazi flag and feel that it would be cool to have a website to show their f*cknut friends... their stupidity is obvious... but to somehow create an Anti-Semitic version of Yahoo and try to pass it off as a resource for research?!?? That is seriously screwed... Who is doing this kinda crap?

So, I checked out the Network Solutions site and did a Whois search to find out a bit about who registered the domain... it mentioned several people with names, addresses, phone #'s, etc. It also mentioned a name I am familiar with... Stormfront. These guys are real bastards... One look at their site pretty much sums it up... What really irked me about the Stormfront website is that they are selling Celtic jewelry on their website as a way of raising funds for their hatred.

They are using Celtic symbols tied to my heritage and polluting and desecrating them... just as the Nazis forever marred the image of the swastika.

Calling these people and asking them nicely to please stop would be non-productive, I'm sure... but I thought of other alternatives. Couldn't they just get their connectivity yanked? Who is supplying these people, anyway?

I did a tracert to see if I could determine anything about their connectivity. Turns out that the last 'hop' before arriving at was through I also discovered that the last hop for (which sold the jewelry on Stormfront's site) was at

Well... looks like we can do something about it. I checked out's acceptable use policy. It specifically says that material that is "defamatory" is not acceptable. Want to help pull the plug? Contact ... send 'em a mail now, while you are still thinking about it. If they don't do anything about it, threaten to spread the word that this major telecommunications company is sheltering a bunch of racists. has very poorly defined acceptable use policies, with no mention of defamatory content as being reason to pull the account... but if you contact and make it clear that if they don't take action, this issue will be brought to the attention of the media in Colorado, as well as the member resellers who make up the coop, perhaps something could be done there...

As for I traced their access down to the largest ISP in Louisiana. There isn't anything in their policy that specifically mentions defamitory content either, but perhaps there should be. Please contact them at, or both perhaps. Let them know that you are not amused and will do what is necessary to shut these bozos down.

Weekend, cont...

The weekend was interesting. Flirt was great... it is a rare thing to have bi space. It is very liberating to have a space conducive to being a sexual being, rather than feeling you have to constrain yourself to a particular orientation for socially correct reasons. I mean, how comfortable would you feel hitting on someone of the same sex in a "straight" bar... or someone of the opposite sex in a gay bar? Either way, you could get yourself in a lot of trouble, PDQ... Don't believe me?! Tell it to Matthew Shepard... He definitely went to the wrong bar to meet someone.

On Sunday, I went to the Folsom Street Faire in San Francisco... Originally, the FSF was a very gay-oriented leather boy/drag queen kinda event, though it has grown significantly in the past few years into an event for the general kinky community.

Um... for those who do not know me... yes, I am a bit kinky. Only pleasingly so, mind you... For me, sexual activity has a few very key elements... the sexual tension of a new relationship, the rush of exploring your boundaries safely, the emotional bond, the attraction, and the sheer physical nature of the stimulation... kinky activity can, if done right, heighten all of these feelings... and besides, sometimes you just need the right tool for the job! Those women out there with shower attachments and assorted toys will know what I mean... ;-> Good toys can be fun... and I am rapidly accumulating the best that money can buy.

Based on our experiences, I would say that just about everyone should seriously consider getting the classic Hitachi Magic Wand... unlike practically every other vibrator out there, this is a seriously well-made product that actually gives great massages... it vibrates strongly, but nicely... better than just about anything out there you could imagine. You can even buy some rather interesting attachments too.

But still, I've gotta have this one for Kirsten...
Yes, this is what you think it is... an official Sanrio product! ;-> Did I mention that Kirsten also goes by the name of Kitty?!!

If any of you dare buy it out from under me, I (and my attachments) will hunt you down in your sleep...