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Sante Fe: You in Danger, Gurl

A certain itinerant sketchy pilgrim has blown into town.

by Anonymousreply 16July 12, 2024 8:48 AM

Is her name Beryl??

by Anonymousreply 1July 7, 2024 4:10 AM

And we don't mean Frankie Bergstrom.

by Anonymousreply 2July 7, 2024 4:16 AM

Kevin Sessums is an asshole, but he is a human asshole who isn't famous enough to be incessantly stalked here, have accidents and ill health wished on him, and to have his health problems mocked.

by Anonymousreply 3July 7, 2024 4:21 AM

Once upon a time, nestled amidst the golden wheat fields of Saskatchewan, lived a young fellow named Kevin Sessums. Unlike others who dreamt of wrangling cattle or unearthing dinosaur bones, Kevin yearned for words. He’d spend hours weaving tales that sparkled with wit and whimsy, his imagination a boundless prairie where characters galloped and mythical creatures roamed. One crisp morning, while exploring the vast Grasslands National Park, Kevin stumbled upon a peculiar sight – an old, leather-bound book tucked beneath a gnarled saskatoon bush. Curiosity piqued, he brushed off the dirt, revealing the inscription: ‘Tales Untold’. Intrigued, Kevin opened the book, and as he did, a whirlwind whisked him away to a fantastical land. In this land, words were not mere scribbles on a page, but living, breathing entities. Letters transformed into fantastical creatures, sentences bloomed into enchanting landscapes, and stories unfolded like magical tapestries. Kevin, with his gift for storytelling, was hailed as a hero. He befriended a wise old proverb perched on a semicolon and a mischievous group of commas who loved to play hide-and-seek amidst paragraphs. Together, they embarked on countless adventures, battling grumpy adverbs who hoarded synonyms and rescuing misplaced prepositions from the clutches of ambiguity. Kevin’s stories, filled with humor and heart, brought joy and laughter to the land. With each tale he spun, the world around him grew brighter, the colors sharper, and the characters more real. News of Kevin’s exploits reached the ears of the benevolent Queen of Syntax, who ruled over the realm of language. Recognizing Kevin’s unique talent, the Queen bestowed upon him a magical quill, crafted from a moonbeam and a shooting star. With this quill, Kevin’s stories flowed with an otherworldly grace, his words weaving spells that enchanted all who heard them. Finally, after many adventures, Kevin knew it was time to return home. The Queen, with a heavy heart, waved him goodbye, reminding him that the power of stories resided within him. Back in Saskatchewan, Kevin emerged from beneath the saskatoon bush, forever changed by his experience. He continued to write, his tales imbued with the magic of the land he had visited. His stories, filled with wonder and whimsy, became beloved by all, a testament to the power of imagination and the enduring enchantment of words.

by Anonymousreply 4July 7, 2024 4:44 AM

Messhy.

by Anonymousreply 5July 8, 2024 11:07 PM

Kevin! Kevin! Kevin Sessums!

He's sharp, he's witty, he keeps 'em guessing!

He's cultured, he's caustic, he's never stressing!

Kevin! Kevin! Kevin Sessums!

He'll take on any topic, puttin' all to the testin'!

From art to music, he sets the trends,

A champion for the downtrodden, a critic with no ends!

Kevin! Kevin! Kevin Sessums!

With a heart of gold, but a tongue that can sting,

He'll challenge your thinking, make your funny bone sing!

Kevin! Kevin!

by Anonymousreply 6July 9, 2024 7:03 AM

I love r4 and I like r6 despite not knowing or caring about Kevin Sessums. LOL

by Anonymousreply 7July 9, 2024 7:40 AM

Can someone please explain the hate for him? I get that he’s pretentious and delusional, but isn’t that 40% of all gays.

by Anonymousreply 8July 9, 2024 8:26 AM

Here are some reasons why some people might dislike Kevin Sessums:

- Terrible boss/colleague/editor: He's upset many people for being rude, insensistive and ruthless in his business dealings, especially when in the throes of his addictions

- Critical Interview Style: His interview style can be blunt and sometimes seen as intrusive, drawing out raw emotions from celebrities.

- Veracity of Writing: There have been criticisms about the accuracy of some things he's written, particularly in his memoirs.

- Political Views: He's openly critical of some political figures, which can alienate those who disagree.

- It's important to note that these are just potential reasons for criticism. He's also known for his insightful interviews, vulnerability in his writing, and his advocacy for LGBTQ+ issues.

Here are some additional points to consider:

- Popularity: Despite some criticism, he was a successful interviewer for many years, conducting interviews with major celebrities.

- Recovery: He's spoken openly about his struggles with addiction and seems to be focused on a positive future.

- Overall, opinions on Kevin Sessums are likely mixed. Some appreciate his interviewing style and personal approach, while others may find him controversial.

- There are many people he fucked over, some of whom have gathered here to take joy in his health, financial, socialization, and other problems.

by Anonymousreply 9July 9, 2024 10:28 AM

[quote] Can someone please explain the hate for him? I get that he’s pretentious and delusional, but isn’t that 40% of all gays.

I think for me at least, it wasn't his downfall or his drug addiction or health issues. It's that he was about the meanest cunt alive back in the 1990s when he was flying high, and even now, with his #grateful and supposedly humbled persona, that same awful person comes poking through all the artifice. He fashions himself a writer, but can only write about himself, and he doesn't do that particularly well, with his alliterative nonsense and florid Southern Gothic prose. He prides himself an aesthete, but has the most pedestrian taste. There's a world of avant-garde and experimental theatre and dance in Europe and the UK, but he'll go see Sunset Boulevard five times instead. And then there is the inflated sense of self - that somehow, mere coincidences are cosmic signals of his own importance. Then, there is the disdain for his followers who try to engage with him, but he ignores them, or dismisses them with condescension. There are the endless burdens he appears to put on his far more responsible brother and sister. There is the unwillingness to take responsibility for his incredible ineptitude when traveling anywhere, which always ends in a tale of woe. There is the lecherous covert stalking and photography of young men, which will surely get him clobbered some day (and may already have). There is the outright stealing of copyrighted material for his little-read Substack. There is his not so thinly veiled racism. There is the repugnant use of the term "Jew queen" for his supposed fetish of Jewish men. His abuse of press tickets when he's not press and hasn't been so for 25 years. There's more, but I think it is enough to illustrate the fact that he is loathsome and worthy of all of the derision with which he is received here.

by Anonymousreply 10July 10, 2024 2:29 PM

Once upon there were three little girls who went to the police academy. Two in Los Angeles. The other in San Francisco. And they were each assigned very hazardous duties. But I took them away from all that. And now they work for me. My name is Charlie.

by Anonymousreply 11July 10, 2024 2:32 PM

Coasts apart, their dreams collide,

Kevin Sessums by the bay, where fog does hide.

Charlie chases sunshine, palm trees sway,

Los Angeles a million miles away.

Golden Gate whispers secrets old,

Hollywood a story yet untold.

Cable cars climb, a clanging rhyme,

Freeways tangle, stealing time.

Sourdough bread and ocean breeze,

Freeway fumes and citrus trees.

Golden Gate Park, a tranquil ease,

Venice Beach, a salty tease.

Do they yearn for what they lack?

San Francisco's fog or LA's crack?

Distance whispers, soft and low,

Maybe someday, hearts will know.

by Anonymousreply 12July 10, 2024 2:42 PM

Backup Kevin Sessums stalking thread because they are periodically deleted.

by Anonymousreply 13July 11, 2024 5:26 AM

Honey, what have I told you about looking at Kevin. Sessums online without asking? It's not very nice, just like peeking through someone's window. We wouldn't want anyone doing that to us, would we? The internet is a big place, full of fun things to see and learn about. Why don't we find a nice game or a silly video to watch instead? There are plenty of ways to have fun online without degrading yourself.

by Anonymousreply 14July 12, 2024 6:46 AM

Canadians are really quite vicious

by Anonymousreply 15July 12, 2024 8:33 AM

Verse 1)

Kevin Sessums went outside today,

Ready to skip down the way.

Met some friends, from up north, eh?

But they weren't friendly, not one bit, they say!

(Chorus)

Canadian maybe, but not so nice,

Pushing and shoving, wasn't their best advice.

Being mean, isn't very polite,

Sharing and kindness, makes everything right!

(Verse 2)

Big Bird saw what was going down,

Flew over quick, without a frown.

"Sharing is caring," Big Bird did say,

"Let's play a game, and chase the blues away!"

(Chorus)

Canadian maybe, but not so nice,

Pushing and shoving, wasn't their best advice.

Being mean, isn't very polite,

Sharing and kindness, makes everything right!

(Bridge)

Elmo came running, with a ball so bright,

"Catch!" he shouted, with all his might.

The Canadian friends, they started to grin,

Joining the fun, letting the happiness in!

(Chorus)

Canadian maybe, but now so nice,

Sharing and playing, what a super surprise!

Being mean, wasn't very polite,

Sharing and kindness, makes everything right!

by Anonymousreply 16July 12, 2024 8:48 AM
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