Wednesday, May 06, 2009

I just knew it didn't add up.

Here's what I figured was the real story.

As I said, it just didn't make sense that he would cavort with a woman in his own backyard.

And it didn't make any gaydar-sense that he'd be cavorting with a woman.

This other story, that he is gay and ready to leave the priesthood and go into a new secular media career pretending to be a straight man, is more believable.

The whole thing is ridiculous. And shame on Father Albert. Just walk out, dude, and get a life. A real life this time around.

7 comments:

Blindman said...

Now, now, Tony, everyone opens their closet door in their own way; and while we, with our closet doors unhinged and flung to the curb, know that the truth has set us free, must respect those who keep thier closet doors just slightly ajar.

Stash said...

Eh, people can live however they want but as time goes on, the millstone around their neck gets tighter and tighter.

Better now than never.

David said...

Well, either version is all still hearsay until someone comes forward with proof of some kind. A blog post reporting a call from an unnamed friend is as reliable a source as Joe the Plumber. It may end up being the truth, but for now, both versions are merely stories.

nowholdon said...

I know you are an expert in this venue, so I defer to your expertise. I know you just want Cutie to find the "real" him. Yet like in the Wizard of Oz, when the bad Oz is discovered he becomes a sympathetic figure. I think this Catholic guilt trip has a longer lag time for some men. But if he has been a "player" for both teams, he has no legitimate right to harm others emotionally and physically. In that aspect I don't condone his actions.

ewe said...

Get the Darts out. I need to practice.

Mike said...

Well, he'll just have to sit on my face before I'll know the truth.

The Milkman said...

My boss says that everything is gossip until it is subjected to peer review. Of course she's talking about medical research rather than sexual orientation, but the sentiment has its applications to this situation.