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    August 13, 2007

    A great gift idea for gay bashers

    Posted by: Chris

    Gi_artie2jpg Joseph Gannascoli is clearly aiming to milk his 15 minutes in the spotlight. On the heels of his "cookbook novel" called "A Meal to Die For," the actor who played "gay Vito" on HBO's "The Sopranos" is now peddling pool cues.

    You see, after several seasons as a closeted mobster, Vito got "whacked" by the family when they learned he was gay, and the method of the murder was beating him to death with a pool cue.

    "I have teamed up with the greatest billiards manufacturer in the country to make this signature pool cue. It is a great collectible for Soprano's fans and a perfect cue for all pool players," says Gannascoli in a press release that is as clueless as it is self-promotional. (Gannascoli claims he thought up the idea of the gay character and brought it to series producer David Chase.)

    What's next? Matthew Shepard's murderers selling fencing?



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    1. DaveNPA on Aug 14, 2007 11:45:27 AM:

      Slow "Gay News Day" huh? LOL :)

    1. aRebelSong on Aug 21, 2007 3:17:18 PM:

      Interesting, though i have to point out, that is not Joseph Gannascoli in the photograph. The photograph is actually comedian Artie Lang from the Howard Stern Show.

    1. Gifts Philippines on Oct 28, 2009 10:30:30 PM:

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    1. Virtual Gifts on Nov 23, 2009 6:51:31 AM:

      Thanks for post ! your idea is really awesome. Infact you can also send your gift via http://www.boonspace.com in attarctive manner. Make an account on it and get a chance to win gift also. :-)

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