Be Prepared

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CNN's Anderson Cooper talks with Arizona State Senator Al Melvin, a backer of SB 1062, a measure that would amend the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and that some say would allow Arizona business owners to deny service to gay and lesbian customers as long as proprietors were acting solely on their religious beliefs.


Let 'Em Eat Burgers ...

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The passage this week of Senate Bill 1062 by both houses of the Arizona legislature has prompted protests that it will be used by businesspeople to discriminate against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

But two can play at that game, and Rocco DiGrazia, owner of Rocco's Little Chicago Pizzeria, in Tucson, quickly launched a discriminatory counterattack. A sign in the window of the restaurant says "We reserve the right to refuse service to Arizona legislators."

While it's undoubtedly true that man cannot live by pizza alone (unless he's in college), DiGrazia has posed the question to legislators: "Can man live without pizza at all?"


The Curling Edge

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The British men's curling team is into the Olympic final in Sochi, and it hasn't escaped our attention that the primary qualification for some of the women's curling teams is ... hotness. Yes, Russia, we're talking about you.

On the men's side, the Norwegians have again swept (pardon the pun) the best-dressed category, and many other teams are heavily populated with metrosexuals.

No word on what Mr. Putin thinks.


Kickin' It Slopestyle

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Slopestylin' dudes Joss Christensen, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper. In a sport you hadn't heard of until this week
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