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  1. High School Cancels Performance of Spamalot For “Inappropriate Content” (aka A Wedding Of Two Men)

    But what about the curtains???

    No doubt the theater nerds at South Williamsport Junior Senior High School in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania were excited to learn that they'd be performing the hit musical Spamalot next spring, because if there's one thing I remember from being a high school theater nerd, it's that there's a lot of Monty Python overlap there. Well, too bad, nerds! You're not allowed. No more singing from the diaphragm-a-lot for you.

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  2. New Batwoman Writer Announced, DC Gives Lame Excuse for Prohibiting Gay Marriage

    DC is making questionable decisions, the sky is blue, etc.

    If you hate sadness and poor decision-making, you may have avoided reading news about DC Comics lately – and, after Batfleck, who would blame you? [Ed note: Batfleck is great. - Glen] But with the recent news about Batwoman, things seem to keep getting worse for the comics giant.

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  3. Batwoman Writers Walk Away From DC, Citing Too Much Editorial Interference

    The Marvel marketing department must be overjoyed.

    Batwoman has consistently been one of the best titles in comics since it first hit shelves in September 2011. However, as we all know, DC likes to ruin everything it touches. So it's not surprising (but still soul-crushing) that writers J.H. Williams III and W.H. Blackman are leaving the book due to editorial changes demanded by DC.

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  4. EA Officially Makes a Stand in Support of Gay Marriage

    It would be a gross understatement to say that EA Inc. isn't the most popular company nowadays. Intrusive DRM, release-day DLC, disc-locked content, and the habit of suffocating smaller game companies are just a few of the reasons EA received the dubious honor of being named The Consumerist's "Worst Company in America" back in April. On Wednesday, the company announced that it had joined a coalition of businesses in support of the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA.

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