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Huggy Bear fo'shizzle, Parson's defense fund and tying the gay knot

The Starsky and Hutch web site, Verisign's almost universal hatred and gay weddings in the family - it's the David Lawrence Show for a Tuesday.

Previously: EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) >>
Next: The Top 50, Girl Talk, and the day's new >>


Hour 1: Michael Tritter, VP of Interactive Marketing at Warner Brothers, gives us an update on the Starsky and Hutch movie website, we look at the acts of Congress [wot?] today to violate your free speech rights and more; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 2: Bob Parsons, head dude at GoDaddy.com, has set aside $100,000 so that ICANN can defend itself against Verisign, and he has a website called RecallVerisign that you can visit and sign a petition to remove Verisign as the keeper of the Internet's DNS registry; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 3: We look at a same-sex marriage [wot?] close to home - Ray and Justin Everett-Church join us to discuss their recent nuptials, courtesy of the Mayor of San Francisco. Can this marriage last? We ask not because of Justin and Ray's committment to one another, but because of impending action on the state and federal level to have the marriages invalidated; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.

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