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10 ) Falmouth marks its first Memorial Day following the death of Sgt. Matthew Gallagher.
9 ) A Boston appeals court declares the federal Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, setting the stage for a possible review by the Supreme Court. Rock on, liberal activist judges!
8 ) Critics chide Deval Patrick for supporting Elizabeth Warren’s US Senate campaign. And by critics I mean Republicans, who are, amazingly, not mad at Mitt Romney for supporting Scott Brown. Go figure.
7 ) One Million Moms, the angry mother arm of the anti-gay American Family Association, rails against Marvel Comics for its upcoming same-sex marriage in its popular “X-Men” title. OMM officially has WAY too much time on its hands if it’s going to protest a same-sex marriage between a third-string superhero and his boyfriend.
6 ) Curt Schilling blames a lack of support from the Rhode Island state government for the failure of his video game company. Me, I blame it on the fact a baseball player tried to start a video game company.
5 ) A photographer claims he was assaulted by Justin Bieber. I find that completely impossible. What grown man would ever admit to getting punked out by Justin Bieber?
4 ) Kathy Lee Gifford makes a huge goof on Today when she asks Martin Short about his marriage, unaware that his wife died two years ago. Short responds by thanking her for inviting him to appear on Live with Regis and Kelly.
3 ) Mitt Romney releases a smartphone ap with “America” misspelled “Amercia.” Looks like improving education isn’t high on his priority list.
2 ) DC Comics wimps out after announcing a “major established character” would come out of the closet, and reveals the Golden Age Green Lantern, Alan Scott — from an alternate Earth, no less — is gay. Look, this is kind of a big deal if you’re a comics nerd.
1 ) The Jersey Shore‘s The Situation gets his own comic book. Hoped the artist stocked up on Jersey Shore Skin Tone (also known as bright orange).
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