Oh, what to write about today?
Do I give you my gentle musings on life as a single gay guy in a small upstate town?
Do I write about my angst and bitterness of being a single gay guy in a small upstate town?
Or, do I just talk about killing people in Hudson and the various ways of disposing the bodies?
Such decisions I make on an almost daily basis....but today, I can actually write about something GAY in HUDSON, like the website name. Go figure.
I think that the current Carrie Haddad Gallery exhibit, should get the attention of every gay man in town. Actually, why not everyone in town? I'm sure that even a straight man can appreciate the sublime forms of the male body, right? Wouldn't a straight man want to have a large oil canvas of two gorgeous men, in their underwear, arm wrestling?
Anyway, I think I can say that the exhibit is gay-related...or gay-themed.
The price tag for a painting is $6,200, which makes it even more gay.
Rush over to the Carrie Hadded Gallery before Sept. 16, or go to CarrieHaddadGallery.com, but don't tell them I sent you. They probably don't want to be associated with this smutty blog.
I went to the Mike for Mayor talk in the Basilica on Saturday.
I think that the Basilica is the perfect place for Hudson to start a gay circuit party. The boys from Manhattan walk right off the train. No neighbors/noise complaints. The space itself is fabulous. It would bring in a ton of revenue for the city, gay boys have money.
But, of course, a circuit party for Hudson is NOT one of the planning commission's new proposals.
I don't know why.
I was in the middle of the Mike for Mayor meeting when someone suggested that they should build low income/affordable housing SOUTH of Warren Street - on Allen or Union Streets!
There were audible gasps. Pearls were clutched.
A few South of Warren queens fainted.
Luckily, for those fainting divans...
More on the election to come! Hold onto your seats, here we go!
I am well-aware that my endorsement of any candidate will only work AGAINST that candidate. As Trixie Starr, Hudson's Investigative Reporter, I plan on compiling as much data as possible on the candidates and then give you my viewpoint through interpretive dance.
So far, I think it's only Mike and Linda running for Mayor.
Yes....interpretive dance...that's the way. Envision it.
Hey, are you registered to vote in Hudson? If not, you better be! Get registered. The Mike for Mayor campaign on Warren Street is open and they have voter registration forms.
Or, go to Congresswoman Gillibrand's office. They're open during the week.
GET REGISTERED! DO IT!