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    Braille Smut: Photographer Creates Book Of Porn For The Blind | [Bossip]

    Women Can Be Blinded by Jealousy | [Asylum]

    As American as apple pie | [POLITICO]

    Massa chief of staff files sexual harassment claim | [POLITICO]

    Modern Netiquette — The 7 Deadly Sins of Online Posting | [Lemon Drop]

    Sky News: I Hate Iceland | [Fork Party]

    “Stupid Fight” Measures Which Star Has The Dumbest Fans  | [Pop Crunch]

    How To Be A Homemade Superhero | [Holy Taco]

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    THE QUEUE

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    Owen Be Knowin’ Pt. 1

    Owen Javellana is a writer. More specifically, he writes for television and he occassionally writes for this blog. He recently set up a Formspring account where he answers anonymous questions. These are his entertaining answers.

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    How do we feel about Tyrese tweeting us?

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    AWESOME!

    We are actually ecstatic about it. Let me be the first to say that TSC is comprised of some very talented writers. They’re passion knows no bounds, and it is astounding how far they have taken this blog. Aside from writing quality posts, they end up dropping quotes on newspaper articles, continue the conversation in the comments, and they take the time to interview high profile movers and shakers in their respective fields. Speaking of interviews, what you see above is a screen grab of Tyrese Gibson retweeting Petite’s latest interview with Reggie Berry and Jackiem Wright. A big salute to Petite on that one.

    TYRESE_TWITTERIt took me a minute to fathom the fact that some of our hits were coming in from Tyrese’s twitter account. For the sake of brevity, we’re talking about Tyrese: Baby Boy Tyrese, Waist Deep Tyrese, 2 Fast 2 Furious Tyrese, Transformers Tyrese, and finally, “Sweet Lady” Tyrese. I think he just upped this blog’s awesome factor to an exponent of 3. While we’re on the subject of awesome, if anyone’s been to Tyrese’s twitter account, his icon is literally FTW, which I have conveniently placed to the left of this paragraph. It’s him getting all types of intimate with a tenderoni. If you’re in between the sheets with Tyrese, you are automatically a tenderoni. No questions asked. You’re not even allowed to protest the label.

    I’m gonna start listening to “What’chu Like” now.

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    And now we’re on newspaper websites…

    I’ve been meaning to post this all morning. ::Shakes fist at faulty internet::

    It looks like one of our own, Kdouble, is getting face time with one of Canada’s major newspapers, The Globe and Mail. For what, you ask? Of course, it’s for his views on The Super Bowl. Namely, it’s for his non-sexist attitude towards having females + small apartments + Super Bowl parties completely separate. And staying true to anonymous internet blogger form, he doesn’t give his name, leaving all of the internet to wonder who is to blame for parties that don’t allow women to comment on Reggie Bush’s hind parts. And fortunately for us, he decided to drop our name too…Grammy style, “First and foremost, I’d like to thank God for this wonderful opportunity. You the man, God! You the man. I’m going to Disneyland.”

    Anyways, I’ve said too much. Check out the article here. Or you can just check this sweet screen grab below where I highlight all the important parts.

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    Snap-on-Snaps

    Last Friday we were invited to the Venus Collection Runway Premiere by WDesigns. It was held at Roe SF, where many an Asian gather for their Saturday Night clubbing fix. It was the first time I’ve been there and I’m glad that it was more for business than pleasure.

    We had great seats, met some cool people, and the show went by quick, which gave me more time to cop a burrito afterwards.

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    The Best of The Steel Closet: 2009 Edition

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    I hope you guys had a great New Year’s. We raved in the New Year at one of LA’s biggest New Year’s parties, Together as One at the Sports Arena. The only evidence you’ll find of this is on our twitter. Of course, this is the obligatory, end/beginning of the year post. It’s been the biggest year in our 1 year and a half existence. What you saw this year was A LOT of design changes, exclusive interviews, premiere event coverage, and a whole lot of fun content for fun’s sake. We met a lot of new, engaging people and found ourselves at places that we never thought we’d find ourselves. And maybe we finally learned the ropes of this blogging thing.

    I hope that you enjoyed reading it as much as we enjoyed posting it. We have a lot of big plans for 2010 so please keep tuning into The Steel Closet.

    Here are some of the best posts from The Steel Closet, IMHO. These are what made TSC a great year in 2009.

    Made Jewelry Party 1st Anniversary Party


    Interviewing Kyle Pulli of PONY, Daniel Mitchell of Oki-ni, E-603, and Eric Jennings of Saks Fifth Avenue


    Anything that Owen or Alexander wrote


    Making the front page of The Hundreds website


    Backstage Access to Kid Cudi Concert

    Press Coverage of the Red Bull Soapbox Derby

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