Memorial Day isn't just about a day off, the Indy 500, and the beginning of BBQ season. Memorial Day is the day to honor fallen United States soldiers. Today volunteers have placed American flags at the gravesites of soldiers in national cemetaries.
According to DoD information compiled by Iraq Coalition Casualty Count there have been 3445 United States Soldiers killed in Iraq since 2003. (And another 25,242 were wounded.)
I have nothing but respect for the men and women of the armed services. It has been their protection that allows this Seattle gay guy to start up a website that pretty much proclaims who he's gay for. They are a proud group of people who dutifully follow orders and give themselves wholly to the greater good.
We're taking today off, but are bringing you a fantastic Hunk du Jour Interview tomorrow that you won't want to miss.