On the Search for The Gay Recluse: February 8, 2008


In which The Gay Recluse ponders a sampling of recent search terms used to find the very pages you are now reading. Note: All search terms listed are in the exact form provided by WordPress.com, which is the host (at least for a while) of this blog. Hyperlinks to relevant posts included.

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Comment: The snow came very early this year; of all the evergreens in the winter garden, the Blue Atlas Cedar seemed to love it most.

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Comment: Some of the footage was interesting, but the focus was off.

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: Denton Welch is one you should read.

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Comment: Not as long as there are abandoned buildings everywhere.

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Comment: Here we encounter ruins of a less romantic type.

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Comment: We are doing what we can to end the ridiculous perception that Henry James–in addition to being a master of the gay voice–was in his personal life anything but a hot gay bear.

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Comment: It’s not that we have so many problems with Hillary, but the music in Barack’s Super Bowl ad was so much better than a shitty Celine Dion song (and sometimes that’s all it takes.)

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Comment: We hope that the genius who drew Jack Nicholson is gay.

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Comment: The ruins here are exceedingly beautiful (and heartbreaking).

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Comment: We found them extremely refreshing and easy to peel, but then pondered a disturbing development: are they too juicy for work?

Search: edwardian + gay + pornography
Comment: Was this person looking for Gukanjima, aka pornography for ruins-obsessed?

Search: grant hart is gay
Comment: Sometimes it’s hard to believe that Hüsker Dü is no longer with us, to describe for us, in such seething terms of beauty, exactly how fucked up the world really is.

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Comment: To watch the Super Bowl is to emerge deadened from the commercial onslaught; to watch In the Mood for Love is to remember exactly what it means to be alive.

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