I say "informative" because of the wonderful political quotes that are posted daily.
I say "hot" because of the... well... HOT pictures of naked men also posted daily.
The description of the blog says it all...
Scott and Bill
Scott lives in Seattle, while Bill is enjoying the US Governments hospitality.
Bill In Exile contains letters written between Bill and Scott while Bill is in prison as well as a bunch of other shit.
Some of what this site contains may not be work safe and some of it may not be appropriate for those under 18 years of age. Navigate away if you have doubts.
Indeed. Check out the pictures of hot, naked men if you doubt Bill in Exile to be "work safe" or "not appropriate for those under 18 years of age." Those of you not at work and over 18 years of age will thank me. I'm sure of it.
In a recent post, Scott expressed his dismay that an online blog rating system gave Bill in Exile a PG rating.
I decided to see what kind of rating this online system would give to ARE YOU THERE, BLOG?
This is what I received...
Before I show you their reasoning behind my NC-17 rating, please note that I have never - - not once - - posted a picture of a fully naked man or woman and I have never posted any graphically violent pictures. None. At all.
That said, this is how this little online blog rating service justifies my NC-17 rating...
Isn't it sad that in 2007, we are still afraid of words?
Isn't it odd that pictures of that horrific freak who shot and killed 30 plus college students can be shown on the 6 o'clock news over and over and over pointing a gun into the camera and sneering, but the words "fag" and "pussy" are cause for "No One 17 And Under Admitted?"
And isn't it nice to know during Pride Month that the word "gay" is offensive? What would you prefer, Ratings Judges? Pooftah? Fairy? Man Who Kisses Another Man And Scares The Fuck Out Of Everyone Else On The Street? That's basically what you're saying when you think that the word "gay" is offensive.
And for the record, when I mentioned "scat," I was talking about the style of singing created by jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald. Where did your dirty mind go when you saw the word "scat," Mr. Judge?
Your fear of the words I write says more about you than my use of those words will ever say about me.