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Re: New and News, Part 6

Chi Chi ·
Don't let the science stop you, it's about what makes you feel good ! February 16, 2011, 12:01 am Phys Ed: What Really Causes Runner’s High? <address class="byline author vcard">By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS </address> Jordan Siemens/Getty Images For decades, endorphins have hogged the credit for producing “runner’s high,” that fleeting sense of euphoria and calm that many people report experiencing after prolonged exercise. Who among us, after an especially satisfying workout, hasn’t...
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Re: Jonny McGovern

daddy ·
Yet another gem from our beloved pimp. This one featuring Murray Hill! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3aWbEOQmn4
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Re: Kate Bush

ankou ·
*plays "Runnin' Up That Hill" will a smile on my face*
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Re: Kate Bush

ankou ·
"Running Up That Hill" used to be a HUGE record for me at Area. It's hard to believe that now.
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Re: Kate Bush

ankou ·
Running up that Hill is a great song though, and Placebo does a more down tempo version of it. and I've been listening to Don't Give Up her song with Peter Gabriel, beautiful, like winter in Syracuse, HA! No but the song is beautiful.
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Re: 2008 Presidential Elections: Who Will Lead America Next?

Luxury Lex ·
Lex your observations of Hill are very perspicuous. I think she is a run of the mill politician who will if elected be guided by and put in to practice policies that mostly benefit the corporations who run the federal government. There really needs to be a third party that represents the American people in a credible way. Can any Republican or Democrat change a situation where the entire US military is just a standing private army used to protect and stuff the bank accounts of the...
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Re: San Francisco

yazzz ·
"The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco." Of course you must have heard this apocryphal quote attributed to Mark Twain by now... probably a million times. I read somewhere once that SF has about forty different climates within its environs. This really hit home when I was visiting a friend up on Telegraph Hill, and it was snowing. While down on Folsom it was 75 degrees, and cactus thrive out on the Avenues. I love it! A pity you probably won't see much of the legendary...
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Re: Jamaica

Anna Nicole ·
It's 12 noon and its getting closer and closer! I'm so giddy I just come from a drive! Bad weather, heavy heavy rain, wind just starting u feel it's going to pick up hard any minute...we drove up Jacks Hills (a fancy area on the hill) but couldn't pass the roads as power lines had fallen across the roads. There are huge mansion houses up there which i total worry could slide down that mountain (if huge pilons are falling now with no wind just water what else u know). But still outside Bob...
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Re: ENDA

mr.joe ·
The version of ENDA that passed is far from perfect but c'mon guys, it's a pretty big deal. This measure has been kicked around for the better part of 30 years. Any time the civil rights of anybody are boosted, it's a good thing, whether it's the rights of one person or a million people. I hear what everyone is saying ... being from the club world and knowing far more Ts and variants than the average queen or dyke will ever know, those of us on these Boards are more sensitve to their...
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Re: RIP, VIP - Chapter 3 (10/21/05++)

daddy ·
From The Baroness
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Re: 2 FINGERNAILS 2: Edge O'Cliff, New Mex.

S'tan ·
for the past couple weeks i've glanced at the forecasts and is it NOT the donner pass there? not sure i'm too excited about trudging through snowcones in a few... i'm craving dry... not WET! thanks for the 666 but alas i've not a cell phone... won't have one EVER... the ill-mannered glamour of a chatty culture repels me and i simply will not participate... i yearn the days when phones were big and heavy and anchored to walls so how 'bout instead i HONK from atop my hill (fittingly tobacco road?)
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Re: 2 FINGERNAILS 2: Edge O'Cliff, New Mex.

S'tan ·
hmm... left 35 degrees and landed into 95 plus... it's blowing like a hot devil here on the pacific rim... like a fever attempting to rid the breeders once and for all (but of course it will fail)... and it's only just spring the "mesa" was disheartening... this sludge of human error has alas seeped into every goddamned crack it can... my pretty pink hill has been violated... my ashen garden of stones corrupted of all their zen perhaps having lived there as you have s'tan you acclimate to...
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Re: The Vineyard Theatre's WIG OUT! With SWEETIE

sweetie ·
Wig Out is wonderful! I was so impressed. It was like seeing something really big right before it explodes. ALL of the actors were amazing. Who the hell cast this? Everyone was perfection. And the girls... THEY CAN ALL SING -DOWN!!!!! The staging was brilliant. Very clever. The runway going into the audience, the disco balls, the dressing rooms. Everything. Perfect. Now the criticism... 1) The pre-show music is a great idea but it sucked. Malcolm McLaren's "Deep In Vogue" was playing as we...
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Re: dj johnny dynell

christopher 262 ·
Thanks seven but after my big "Most Improved Goth" award in 1998 it's all down hill.
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Re: pete burns

jimmyscouse ·
This just in... Poor Pete Burns. The Dead Or Alive singer has been sectioned by the police for his own safety. The problems began when Pete was seen in Notting Hill trying to superglue one of his stiletto shoes to a parked car. A friend saw him and, thinking he'd been on a drink or drug binge, suggested he go home and sober up. Pete tried to go home, but he had forgotten where he lived, so broke into his neighbour's house. She came home a few hours later and heard singing and music coming...
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Re: Sightings of Jackie Legends

Chi Chi ·
that a picture sighting is always welcome. Legendary cartoonist, Motherboards aficianado and Verbal Abuse 4 (Food fetish) featured artist Ned Sonntag sent this in from the wilds of Massachusetts.. His note read [This message was edited by Chi Chi on 09-10-02 at 11:53 PM.]
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Re: AIDS turns 20

Ted & Di ·
Well, its not quite the New York Times but Sharon Ann Lynch and Eustacia Smith made the front cover of the Carroll Gardens/ Cobble Hill Courier with a caption "Where's Tommy Thompson?" and a full story on the demo... This Thursday, members of Housing Works and ACT UP NYC zapped Bush administration officials visiting NYC. Health of Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson was supposed to be there but failed to attend. Having been shouted down by international activists, including members of...
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Re: AIDS turns 20

Ted & Di ·
May 29th - June 1 2003 Boston College Graduate Schol\ol of Social Work Presents: Call for Presentation Proposals Abstracts due by December 18, 2002 HIV/AIDS 2003: The Social Work Response The fifteenth Annual National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS Hyatt Regency Hotel Albuquerque, NM Theme: HIV/AIDS and Families Dates: Thursday, May 28 - Sunday, June 1, 2003 Keynote Speakers: Mildred Williamson, PH.D. Woodlawn Heath Center Chicago, IL David Harvey, MSW AIDS Alliance for Children,...
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Re: Beams To Bobby

Chi Chi ·
Daddy, you asked a good one......... yes, have heard from several people, that will not be outed just now, that have had Bobby Miller sightings over the last week. as he has been out of his body lately checking on everyone, while in intensive care. can tell you that when shopping in Borem Hill last weekend, standing in the snow trying to cross Atlantic Avenue, Bobby came flying down and around, swishing (for lack of a better word) from above laughing and teasing me, saying 'Hey, I can haunt...
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Re: Beams To Bobby

Chi Chi ·
So happy to hear you do not have to spend the holiday in the hospital!!! I was driving about town night before last and at 11:02 (I suspect 10pm exactly EST) -- I caught an image of the moon (which is so peculiar here this time of the year, haloed in red and yellow and almost full) and thought of you. Then later (much, much) D. and I snuck out in the buff to Mom's hot tub and although unbelievably cold outide - worth the near frost bite to our nipples - spent the night looking at the stars,...
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Re: Wigstock 2003 and post-Wigstock events

Chi Chi ·
Sweetie- I think you're right. We may be experiencing a lull. That may be part of the lesson- or maybe even the point- of the HOWL festival as a whole. But still – I saw so much cool shit!! It was kind of amazing that for day after day you could just walk around the East Village and see all this legendary underground art. But legendary and underground are basically contradictory, right? Or are they? Think about it- how many of us in the underground really think of our ˜underground period' as...
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Re: Los Angeles--do you hate it?

Pachinko ·
my first time in LA we are at this nice hotel which was on the side of the little hill and we are sitting by the pool where you had a nice view of this gorgeous cloud of smog... very nice and then I was with a group of people hanging out and we were going somewhere during the day and I said "How far is it? Lets walk..." and they all did the "no comprendo" look where you sort of cock your head to the side and just blink I learned all about Scientology ... LA is pink satin where as NYC is...
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