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Happy Belated Birthday, Chicca!
Hugs! Have a wonderful year!
So sorry I missed your birthday!

Happy Birthday Scoobysnacksfix!





Happy Birthday, Becky!
So wonderful to see you on Live Journal! Have a fantastic day with family & friends!
Happy Pride to you as well!
Hugs, Annie

Happy Birthday, Guavejuice!

Wishing you love & the very best of everything for your special day, dear Vered! Hugs!







Birthday Thank You




Thank you goes out to:
ashmedai
adoringaudience
kinwad
techgirl-on-ij
later2nite
For wonderful private messages!
guavejuice
7wildwaysup
aschicca
atanone
For beautiful messages on L. J.
To buzziecat for private message & wonderful phone conversation!
Hugs to all of you!

Happy Birthday, 7wildwaysup







Dear Kathleen,
Wishing you the happiest of birthdays! Enjoy your day celebrating with family & friends!

Happy New Year Everyone!!!

Wishing all my friends a very happy 2018!!!!!


Happy Birthday, Fansee!!!!




DEAR NANCY,
HOPE YOU HAVE A WONDERFUL BIRTHDAY WITH FAMILY & FRIENDS!

Randy...

Saw this on Imbd.
I never read this before!


It's difficult for me to imagine Justin as a real person. He's so thoroughly a character created for serial television that his behavior, though dramatically justified on Queer as Folk, would register as childish, self-obsessed and absurd if it were displaced into the reality I'm familiar with. How could I be friends with someone who has nervous breakdowns at spilled marinara sauce, assaults high school enemies with small firearms, and has been systematically and repeatedly betrayed, lied to, condescended to, and humiliated by his boyfriend for four years? Were I placed into the TV wonderland of Queer as Folk, on the other hand, Justin and I would f**k once, realize we were twins separated at birth, and try to get our parents back together using elaborately quirky schemes. I'd most like to tell Justin to calm down. Maybe get him into a yoga class.What I've learned most while working on Queer as Folk has come really indirectly, less from playing Justin Taylor than from dealing with press, corporations, advertisers, the gay community, and fans of the show. I've learned the necessity of constantly realigning your perspective and the importance of standing up for yourself and being constantly aware that people are going to skew and censor you in order to make the idea of you better represent whatever agenda they've decided you'll promote. And it's all done so matter-of-factly, its such the status quo, that it becomes very simple to accept even though it completely corrodes the soul.

Happy Birthday....Buzziecat






Wishing you a very happy birthday, Buzziecat!
Hugs!