Rants & raves."Monty (programming, abuse) monty - /mon'tee/ Any program with a ludicrously complex user interface that performs a trivial task. An example would be a menu-driven, button clicking, pulldown, pop-up windows program for listing directories. was in the closet, but I think I knew what he was fighting. He was tormented his whole life. I tried to explain to him that it wasn't so awful. It was the way that nature had male him."
--Elizabeth Taylor, on the homosexuality of Montgomery Cliff, her costar in A Place in the Sun, as quoted in the October issue of Talk
* "I don't talk about two things. I don't talk about my personal life, and I don't talk about death."
--Richard Simmons, talking about why his sexual orientation sexual orientation
The direction of one's sexual interest toward members of the same, opposite, or both sexes, especially a direction seen to be dictated by physiologic rather than sociologic forces. is not mentioned in his new autobiography, Still Hungry After All These Years, as quoted in the September 12 edition of the Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale (lô`dərdāl), residential, commercial, and resort city (1990 pop. 149,377), seat of Broward co., SE Fla., on the Atlantic coast; settled around a fort built (c.1837) in the Seminole War, inc. 1911. , Fla., Sun-Sentinel
"It is an ultramodern family, but I don't think they are homosexual. The other male is just confused."
--Wildlife officer Geoff Underwood, referring to two male emus who are nesting together and caring for seven emu chicks in an Australian nature reserve, as quoted by Agence Press France September 17
* "I like to think that if I were gay, I would be out, Rupert Everett-style."
--Ben Affleck, commenting on rumors For other uses, see Rumor (disambiguation).
Rumors is a farcical play by Neil Simon.
At its start, several affluent couples gather in the posh suburban residence of a couple for a dinner party celebrating their tenth anniversary. that he's gay, in the October issue of Vanity Vanity
See also Conceit, Egotism.
conceited and weak clergyman. [Br. Lit.: Joseph Andrews]
self-important weaver. Fair