Top 5 most popular posts on Project Q this week

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A little love for a Valentine’s movie, the missteps of Google’s Buzz and RuPaul hitting Midtown to work it were among your favorite posts this week. Our rundown on the Top 5 from the week gone by.

imageDane and Cooper can’t save ‘Valentine’s Day’
Hollywood A-listers dominate virtually every frame of the new film “Valentine’s Day,” but not even a gay subplot between Eric Dane and Bradley Cooper can redeem its many missteps. The trailers for the film have downplayed the gay angle, but as we told you several weeks back, Eric Dane and Bradley Cooper (top photo, l-r) do play gay. Not only do promos de-gay the flick, but we were unable to find a single photo online of the two actors in the same frame of the movie.

Got Gmail? Google becomes a gay ‘Buzz’-kill
A week after internet giant Google automatically registered all Gmail users on its new Google Buzz social networking site, they’re scrambling to right privacy wrongs and quell outrage over outings. And there’s quite an impact for LGBT Gmail users who could easily get screwed over by Google Buzz’s presumptive maneuvers.

imageRuPaul works it during Atlanta stop [photos]
Sub-freezing temperatures didn’t keep more than 400 people from crowding Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse Tuesday night to catch a glimpse of RuPaul (photo) and have the drag superstar autograph his new book.

Need Wood? Losing my erection with condoms
You’re not alone if you go limp at the thought of a condom or while searching for one. Here are three main reasons that the rat bastards are such a buzz kill, and solutions for overcoming their necessary evil.

imageReed says Eagle suit complicates investigation
Mayor Kasim Reed (photo) continued his strong yet cautious approach to speaking out about last year’s police raid of the Atlanta Eagle, but said an independent investigation into police conduct during the raid is bogged down in legal concerns.


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