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After Ruling Prop 8 Unconstitutional, Vaughn Walker Went Out On The Town

In what counts as gossip among San Francisco’s elite, we learn the evening of Judge Vaughn Walker’s Prop 8 ruling, which he did not read from the bench but instead e-filed, he enjoyed a night out on the town at concert singer Monica Mancini’s opening at the Rrazz Room. “The judge, who was not introduced and seemed to be unrecognized by other audience members, is a good friend of Mancini’s husband/drummer, Gregg Field.” He’s a good friend of all of yours now too, yes? [SF Chron, via]

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  • Faketroll

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  • Lanjier

    He deserves all of our deepest gratitude.

  • 7

    @Faketroll: Something here didn’t go as planned.

  • slobone

    But who was he with, and of what gender? Come on, inquiring minds want to know…

  • declanto

    @slobone: Inquiring minds can refrain from interfering with the private lives of others. None of your fu*king business.

  • Enron

    He has nice teeth.

  • YeahRight

    Another embarrassing activist judge circumventing the law and due process.

  • pete

    @YeahRight: Go fuck yourself, troll.

  • Jeffree

    @Yeah Right: You’re another person on the losing side of history, yet you’re fascinated with gay blogs! Tell your wife “hi” from us!

  • pete

    @Jeffree: “Yeahright” is just the screen name for Tony Perkins.

  • slobone

    @delcanto I call bullshit if you try to claim you didn’t wonder the same thing. Stop being such a fucking hypocrite…

  • Queer Supremacist

    @declanto: On a gay gossip site?

    @YeahRight: If you have any civil liberties whatsoever, you have the judiciary system to thank for overturning laws that violate individual rights and liberties of American system.

    I’m sick of these activist voters legislating from the ballot box.

  • Patrick

    @Yeah Right 7 million voters interfered with equal protection rights of gays and lesbians, but you’re not going to complain about that, are you? How about if your right to free speech is put up to a vote? Yeah, didn’t think so.

  • YeahRight

    Ok losers, you know VERY well that if the judge had ruled against gay marriage, you would all be up in arms, and then you would be spewing the same stuff you are now condemning. So, you you cannot have it both ways. A referendum was won, whether we like it or not.

  • YeahRight

    @pete: Yeah Pete, and I banged ur dad last night. He was fugly.

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