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As I revealed Friday in Whitt's End, on Saturday night I guest-hosted GayBingo at S4 down on Cedar Springs.

It was good fun. For a good cause. And a good chance for me to spread the word about your friendly Dallas Observer and 105.3 The Fan.

Though, I must admit, dancing on stage with a couple transexuals while wrapped in a rainbow-colored feather boa was a little emasculating. A lot embarrassing.

And an absolute blast.

Best of all, I came away with this pic.

I'm in a good mood, so I'll be your Monday pinata. Go ahead, take your best shot.

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