Monday, 27 October 2008

ALEX EXAMINES THE ISSUES: Proposition 8 in CA

As a new resident of California, I'm amazed at how much power the state gives me to decide on issues. Me and all its other residents - Paris, Lindsey, Ellen, Gary Busey... We're deciding! What a system!

In California, apparently children are taught about health and sexuality in the schools! And apparently, they are going to be taught that sometimes there are gay people!

Okay, since the election is approaching, and since I'm coming out of the closet as a Fox News watcher, AlextheAmerican if finally going to provide you with some political endorsements.

The first is that I endorse WATCHING THIS VIDEO:


What would happen if you are adopted into a family with TWO DADS? Or TWO MOMS? Isn't it inherently better to be adopted by a family with a traditional arrangement? Like this one:
Or this one:
And what if Gay Adoption prevents you from being adopted into THIS traditional family?:

Friday, 10 October 2008

You're probably wondering what life in LA is really like, right?

Well I've finally found a way to show my fans and readers (not that the two aren't the same!) what life in Los Angeles really is like. Watch this (but first turn your volume WAY up)!

Tuesday, 7 October 2008

OMG! There was a cloud this weekend.

That’s right. There was a cloud over Los Angeles. I even needed to use my windshield wipers for a couple of minutes.

Saturday, 4 October 2008

Where is Whitey?

I have been living here in California for a total of two weeks now. I have eaten tacos, Animal Burgers, sushi, and fuck noodles.But I have yet to see a single white person. Even the governor is not American. And the mayor is gay-ish (see photo - he's the non-white one on the right).

There are things I only can do with white people: like… um… talk about Seinfeld episodes and go to Bat Mitzvahs.

I can’t understand the street signs and I can’t join any of the college clubs (unless Undergraduate Korean Campus Christians for Christ is accepting non-Korean and/or non-Christian, non-undergraduate members!).