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Member since: Jun 17 2008, 7:24 AM EDT
Slogan: live, love, laugh and adore Jake!
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Hello, my name is [Robert]!
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I joined the Luke and Noah Wiki because: After stumbling upon the first YouTube Nukisode by LukeVanFan I did a 36 hour marathon viewing of the entire Nuke storyline, and became hooked. Wanted to share my feelings on the subject.

The best word to describe me is: one word isn't enough, but.... hmm.... "comfortable"

Interests: I "dabble" in writing a little more than the average dabbler. I like baseball, playing, not watching. 42 y.o. gay male on an 8-year relationship hiatus, but... have recently found a wonderful man in Chicago I travel to see once a month.
Favorite movies: I love too many to list. All the classics, but... I have a special affinity to ALL the star wars films. Ooh... and my favorite Hitchcock film, "Rebecca". And... musical? OLIVER!
Favorite TV shows besides ATWT: I'm otherwise too busy to watch TV

What else you should know about me: I am the guy everybody goes to when they are totally stressed out. LOL, I'm like a sponge, soaking up all the negativity and sending out soothing vibes.
I'm The Luckiest Man in the World:
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My favorite ATWT character: as far as Nuke goes... Noah is my favorite, but for the whole show? I wish ATWT would give Lucinda a nice juicy story she could really sink her teeth into.... i.e. when Winston tried his anti-gay crap on Lily, I wish he had tried it on Lucinda!


My favorite Nuke episode: LukeVanFan's Pt. 117, Luke stands at Christmas Dinner, it's the solidifying moment between Noah and Luke's family. Showing the good that can come from the Nuke relationship. If Holden had not told Noah "Thank you!" I'd have slapped him.

If I lived in Oakdale... I'd be Lucinda's butler.

If I was a writer... I'd have been fired for refusing to go along with the drag it out till doomsday before the ever-awaited between the sheets Nuke scene.


If I was a director... I'd ask the producers why Luke and Noah have no friends left.

If I was an actor... I'd wish I were 18 years younger so I'd look young enough to play the third part in Nuke's first affair.... and umm... yeah, I'd want to be Noah's interest.


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Mungodraugr An account of my own U.S. Army discharge on grounds of homosexuality 2 Nov 26 2008, 9:53 AM EST by Brokeback_Megan
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In 1984 I joined the U.S. Army as a 74D10 Computer Machine Operator. While, I still had to qualify at weapons training, including rifle (Expert), and handgrenade (Sharpshooter) and spend two weeks out of the year in the field. My combat readiness was to be evacuated from my underground computer listening post and whisked away to Frankfurt to catch a flight further from the Eastern Bloc. I served my country for three years without any negative discipline. I excelled at my job and rose to the rank of Specialist Four within 15 months, (normal TOS for E-4 rank was 24 months). I scored in the top 97th percentile or higher on my military qualifications tests. I maxed out the physical training exam. I was... upon enlisting, a virgin. 3 years into my service after I turned 21 I had sex with a man for the first time. Eventually, the witch hunters came around asking questions (a jealous soldier, I didn't want to sleep with turned my name in) I thought about lying but realized that I would be providing the military with proof that I could not be trusted simply because I was homosexual. After 3 years and 7 months of distinguished and honorable service (according to all the medals and commendations I received) I was discharged permanently from the military on grounds of homosexuality. I was one of the lucky ones, I did receive an honorable discharge, basically because I'd not even had sex when I signed the papers to enlist. Other young soldiers --prior to don't ask don't tell-- were jailed, imprisoned, and immediately discharged dishonorably on grounds of homosexual sodomy. "Don't ask, don't tell." was supposed to prevent these witch hunts, but they still go on to this day. Even if "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" were followed to the letter of the law by all parties involved, it basically tells our American soldiers --sworn to uphold the UCMJ-- that it's okay to lie to military authorities--sometimes.
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