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Re: Your favorite Jackie theme?

dresscode ·
my favorite jackie theme would have to be the ball at ascot 1900. to me that was the most beautiful night. i loved getting to work and seeing the entire staff dressed and ready to entertain. other highlights were walking in and not being recognized or having to ask "who is that" someother very special events would have to include, california uber alleys, please kill me, low life, men, women and drag, i'm not a coke whore; i'm a model,telemundo 60, the absinthe drinkers........ what i miss...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
BUTT WIPING...new topic Mommy? So I don't want you all to get the impression that's it's all this gritty street thing. I was just hanging there to experience the realness. Today I did the flashy mall thing. There is this big cluster of huge flashy malls full of affluent Thai teenagers. While there are a lot of American fashion chains, there are also some great Thai designer shops. There's lots of Japanese influence. The American fastfood places are all there in a cluster (KFC, Starbucks,...
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Sheril Veniger ·
I would kill to go to one of those shows,I feel Im missing out on so much. Marcs' designs are fabulous.Another one of my fav designers is Thierry Mugler. Fashion week in NYC and Im watching it on E Televison.. Anyway keep us informed luv.
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
...so they slice open this lizard, squeeze out the oil, and rub it on "make dick grow big". You can also buy the stuff from an herbal medicine guy. I wonder if they have that in Chinatown? Well, I guess if any of the girls go off the 'mones and they want to restore their trade, they can try lizard oil. Chiang Mai is full of Euro-hippie types. Lot's of health food, yoga classes, etc. It's like the Thai San Francisco. There are these stoes full of beads, beautiful fabrics, silver, pottery,...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
You know, I had all sorts of ideas like that. All I think about here is how much fun I would have doing some creative buying/designing/importing. It just comes down to the lack of a system. To really make it work I'd need to deal in some amount of quantity. That involves having a shop or showroom or doing trade shows. I could not only scout really direct sources here, but I could custom things to give them a unique look. Anyone out there want to back a project? Send me an email. For a big...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

goblin73 ·
hey miss u... i import piercing jewelry from indonesia with my friend phoebe. we've thought about how great it would be to have a shop, but it does seem like a royal pain in the ass, too. if you're serious about wanting to do more of this stuff, i've thought it thru and done some of it. (i was in thailand and india for about 5 months a coupla years ago.) let's talk. LOVING your travel-logue, totally taking me back there. have you found the shanti lodge in bangkok? that's my lil' thai oasis.
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Re: Mondo Internet

daddy ·
I'm so embarassed! I didn't think anyone still had a copy of mine and Javier's 1984 movie. I could kill you! I guess everyone now knows my shame.
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
well, we are on our way back today. it will take us 24 hours to get home but boy do we have some stories for you. Hong Kong was totally insane. We have been so busy that I had no time to post. but we have met some of the most amazing charecters on the planet....I have finally had the "Blade Runner" fantasy I have dreamed about for years. The first night I walked off the plane was like something I wished for as a teen. All the streets were wet reflecting the TONS of neon signs,I walked around...
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Re: WWAWD - What Would Andy Warhol Do?

pretty ·
If you enjoyed reading High On Rebellion , The story of Max's Kansas City, Please Kill Me, The Oral history of Punk or Jim Carrol's The BasketBall Diaries and other Stories this is an evening you will be mad for Chris Rael Presents MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE OF THE WARHOL ERA Featuring TAYLOR MEADE PENNY ARCADE CHURCH OF BETTY With special guest BABE THE BLUE OX Sunday, June 16, 8 pm The Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard St, NYC $10 (212)219-3006 Evening starts at 8 pm: PENNY ARCADE as ANDREA WHIPS...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

daddy ·
I remember at Jackie everyone kept looking for Angel. He was one of the more well-loved drug dealers. Then the rumors started that Michael killed him. I never really believed it but just to be sure I asked Michael, "Did you kill Angel?" He looked me right in the eye and said "No, I didn't." I can't believe it. HE LIED TO ME!
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Re: RIP, VIP

Rose Royalle ·
Widely publicized and with a NYMag article to come out Holly died last week. She had been my art dealer from 1974-1980. Everything the many NYTimes obits said about her and Grace Gluck's full biography is true. She treated artists like friends, supported many many talents, and went with her gut feelings no matter what the odds. My personal memory which I'll never forget was the crazy summer we drove up to Lake Placid with a stationwagon trunk full of white wine and returned with a...
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Re: Mondo Internet

daddy ·
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Luxury Lex ·
Two persepctives on what's going on in Times Square and the sex market. First, from today's NY Daily News: And a more lenghty analysis from the NY Times:
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Re: Jo-Jo Baby - DollMaker

jo-jo baby ·
I AM EVEN WORKING ON A DRAG QUEEN DOLL RIGHT NOW AND I AM THINKING OF DOING ONE OF MYSELF. I STARTED GIVING AWAY SECRETS IN BEING A DRAG QUEEN...PART OF MY NEW SHOW WAS CALLED HIDING THE CANDY...AND SHOWING TAKING THE AVERAGE BOY WITH FEMININE FEATURES AND SHOWING HIM HOW TO HIDE HIS PENIS. I WANT TO DO A SHOW WHERE THERE ARE BOYS OUTSIDE A DRAG SHOP PANHANDELING FOR DRAG...DUCT TAPE , BIRDSEED TITTIES, EYELASHES AND SO ON AND THE MANIQUINS IN THE WINDOW ARE DRAG QUEENS WITH JUST THE...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
when I saw you last at Jackie 60, but I was too shy to approach ... my boyfriend, ever the art and underground enthusiast, is a great fan of the art and writings of David Wojnarowicz and has been completely blown away by "Seven Miles a Second". In reading Mr. Wojnarowicz's bio to me, the band name 3 Teens Kill 4, kept sticking out in my head. It occurred to me at Jackie where I knew it from, are you not one of the founding members of that band? Perhaps next time we see you out, or somewhere...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

hatches ·
Yes, Tonya, I will share with you a tale or two... thousand, if you like... 3 Teens Kill 4 No Motive was a New York Post headline (naturally), found by artist Ken Tisa, who had drawn up a list of about 100 names for a band we wanted to start in 1979. David and I had lived through the era of both Fillmores so we knew that we wanted our performances to include words, music and visuals. I was also remembering recently that our manager at the time, Iolo Carew, had gotten us all set to be booked...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
---Or, Daddy-D. & Hatches, "We tell ourselves stories to keep ourselves alive," says Joan Didion, as quoted in an intro to a "quasi-fiction" American queer "best of" anthology featuring the work of David Wojnarowicz ... by Brian Bouldrey ---Goblin, for thee I have done mass research and have compiled a "DW" file of information for this topic some 40 pages in length ... It is too much for any one person to take in one night. So I will be adding links to names and places throughout this...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
Daddy-D: I promise not to dreg up emotions too often. And someday, you and Chi Chi will have to let me write a bit about your early exploits. This is something I look forward to. You know, one of the first conversations I had with Rose, maybe about four years ago, was about whether or not I could come in to Mother early one night just to interview her. She seemed to me to have stories untold of amazing interest (however since there was no place to publish such tales) I did not pursue the...
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
Hey Oh, I've been keeping up via Popit... just haven't had much time to post Hmm. Next trip to NYC. We'll be heading up for "Muppetfest 2003" if it indeed happens in NYC in 2003. This spring or summer they are planning so far. Jojo will be coming up with us too. Our luck has been really good and really bad lately. We've been getting 50-50 good/bad on trips. Gotta get out the tarot cards to find out what's going on and when this will end There haven't been a lot of new outfits that I have...
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

dreambot ·
About seven or eight years ago or at least sometime before the new moollennium I ran into Bernard , the 101 Ave.A doorman, somewhere near midtown and asked how//where he had been as I hadn't seen him in ages and he said he had moved to Canada to start of all things, a men's ware design shop. Bravo which just got me thinking the 'clubs we loved' should have a gatekeeper topic with all the sagas relevant to it? There's gotta be a trove of dada data there. Maybe dedicated to Haui Montog? ...
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Re: My own private East Village

briandamage ·
I agree that M2M (or as Flloyd and I like to call it, F2M) is a step in the right direction for the NYU-infested 3rd ave. I'm a big fan of the Unagi which they have for very cheap. But overall I'm still partial to good old SUNRISE MART (it's on Stuyvesant Street just east of 3rd - take the elevator). Viva la japonaise! One thing I'd like to bring up here is the recent closing of many of our neighborhood markets and stores. BOTTOM LINE (10th & 1st) closed its doors this spring and I used...
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Re: My own private East Village

Anna Nicole ·
Yeah...so glad that the Japanese boom is upon us.. however real sad that we are loosing so many mom n pop stores.... I LOVED my greengrocer on 1st btw 13/14th which now is no longer there! It was so cheap and convenient (Hate buying fruit and veg from Supermarket and commodeties etc is so expensive)..just hope we don't loose the butcher/fishmongers on 13th/1st too!!...and just refuse to pay $3.25 in the Korean deli for gallon of milk which is $2.69 in the supermarket ya know... its just the...
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Re: Adam Ant

Night Nurse ·
the best thing about a horrid family trip to berlin in the early 80s was the return to the states with my adam and the ants album among other things (skinny leather ties, dyed denim vest, fingerless gloves, etc)...i loved all these men who pranced about painted & dressed to kill, and he was definitely one who inspired me (boy being the other) that expressing yourself sartorially was possible outside of the oppressing suburban drearniness of DC... it seems life events happen to everyone,...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

ViperBoy ·
I guess almost everything revolves around sex, and well, money too, but that's another forum entry all together. I leisurely mouse-clicked into a Maui gay chat room tonight on the World Wide Web, barefoot, topless, holding my java in my hand, wearing nothing more than a pair of tight faded Levi's with a paint stain on the crotch and a rip in the left knee. I'm not one for online chat programs really. ICQ and Yahoo Messenger sit tranquil upon my desktop collecting Internet dust and most of my...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
This may be a lead for you, but it's in German, so perhaps, someone can interpret for us ... Perhaps see also Transgender-net.com ---------------------------------- For the rest of you I've found some new references and perspectives ... And on the Exhibition front ... check out ... "The Fales Library" at the New York University Library - Downtown Collection - David Wojnarowicz Papers And also a great 1986 mention that should not be omitted from this topic ...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Johnny Gato ·
(and you will), please find out what the "Tootsie Terrace" is! Also I saw this on the Web site: "Babylon Gift Shop (soveniors for the husbands back home, the ones who are working to pay for your trip to BKK!)" I am not your husband--but can you please bring me back a "sovenior"? Also, you missed Tabboo tonight, she _killed_.
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I've been there before. It looks like some crazy Mary westerner did that site for them. It's not really an accurate description. It's just a nice place. It's very lush. There's a courtyard bar that's just so tropical and nice. Al; the nookie happens in the cubicals. The Thai have this modesty thing. Like in the locker room they'll put on the towel before they pull their pants down. Also, if they drop the towel to get in the jacuzi (sp?), they'll cover their weenies while they step in. Last...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I keep seeing little funny things that I always forget to tell anyone. I was in this crazy crowded market today. Bangok has so many of these and they all have a different feel... but they're all narrow and mobbed. Then people walk through pushing food carts! But you know, the locals are just so used to it. Thay never bug out. In the US we expect everything to be comfortable all of the time. My friend has a very small shop on 2nd Ave, and customers will actually tell him to turn the air up or...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
Asia loves color. Pink and green are everywhere, and I don't just mean on the Hello Kitty products. Chinese, Japanese, and Thai graphic, package, and industrial design is full of that candy apple green color that I live for! At home I'm the last person to ever notice a car or a bus, but here I snap photos of them. The regular busses are apple green. There's some sort of long distance busses that are orange with a big "Mod Era" looking stripe. There are pink and purple cars. I took a picture...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I don't know why I never bothered to before, but I finally bought a small knife so that I can buy fruit. If you only eat what is served ready-to-eat there are a whole range of interesting fruits you'd never eat. I had to go on the web to find out what some of them were. Like the Sapodilla . It tasted very sweet, as if it had been steeped in honey. I don't think I ever tased anything like it. Rambutans are similar to lychees. Pomelos are like mutant grapefruits (it's probably the other way,...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I know I keep going on about food, but I'm always faascinated at how something so ordinary in oneplace seems so odd to to people from other places. We went to a birthday party last night and again, it was all about beer and food... with a little Henessey thrown in. The main diah is a broth full of vegetables and fresh herbs. On the table there was fish, noodles, more fresh herbs. While eating you pick up the various things and drop them in your soup. They're really into eating all sorts of...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
A message to all the New Yorkers working hard to resurrect live perfromance, Vaudeville, and Burlesque: it is alive and thriving here in the Viet Nam! I went to a club the other night. It was like some of the ones in Bangkok, it looks like a disco but people sit at cocktail tables and watch a show. We entered as a sexy girl pop singer was finishing her set. The next act was a slapstick comedy team that looked like they just stepped out of 1935. One guy was like a hobo W.C. Field. Every time...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I just got my 10th massage in 6 weeks. I think all 10 add up to the price of 1 in NY! Thai massages are rough, but they make my back feel alright again. I got one in Vietnam that was a bit different. She did a lot with her feet, walking on my back and the back of my legs. I guess fat people don't give massages. Well, the 6 fat people in Vietnam will manage to find other occupations. Maybe it IS the diet in Asia, but I'm skeptical. Thang is over 30 and packs away beer like a German truck...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Anna Nicole ·
Fantastic! This is totally what I keep saying... but as a Brit in the US... I keep getting told by Americans to shut up or go home... and again ..here we are in the land of the free... In some Bizarre way Sept 11th (and no doubt other terrorist acts after) have and will sadly show that America is not the King of the World and every other country does not want to be like America... People only learn this fully when they travel...MOST Americans DON"T travel! And, if they do they visit Club Med...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I know it's time to end this blabbering, but I just need to tell you about yesterday. Yesterday I really realized how wealthy we are in the US. See, I love slumming it in the street markets etc. and getting everything that's authenitc and cheap. But there's a real luxury circuit here that I'm pretty out of touch with. Like if you want to spend the $15-$20 for a meal that you might spend in NY at Yaffa Cafe, you can eat in some real swanky place equivilent to a $100 meal at home. I just don't...
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Re: RIP, VIP

dreambot ·
Never got to know this fella but he sounds like my kind of wheeler dealer: (***nytimes pay per view link removed 5/23/03) Colin de Land, a New York art dealer whose ambivalence about commercialism was reflected in an art gallery that sometimes resembled an anti-art gallery, if not a work of Conceptual Art, died on Sunday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital. He was 47. The cause was cancer, said Dennis Balk, an artist represented by Mr. de Land's gallery, American Fine Arts. With little...
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Re: Las Vegas

Tina Tawdre ·
April 21 - 27, 2003 Week-long t*-girl party in LV Details at www.geekbabe.com/dlv Some girls find this group too tame, but it's a no-cost week-long rolling party structure. Get on the party bus (it's a metaphor, girl) for those events you want to go to and skip the ones you think are boring. There's no fee to register. There's no organization to join, there's no conference to attend (this ain't Southern Comfort, it's a vacation). We plan this every year because we like hanging out together...
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Re: LE TIGRE

Johnny Gato ·
yes, double on all of that. and also: 11. pedigree Kathleen's old band was Bikini Kill, of course, similarly amazing to Le Tigre. Sadie Benning made those pixelvision experimental videos as a teen and landed in the Whitney Biennial. I dunno really much biography about the other 2, but I like what they're doing. 12. FUN! Doing really serious work very, very well, yet keeping it sort of light and silly and danceable, which gets more people listening & of course entertains
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Re: ARCADIA! Opening Night Gala May 30 at CBGB Gallery

TonyaKnudsen ·
On the top of my thank-you list are the names Jade, Mia and Derrick "” who put up with me week after week, let me be bossy on occassion, but always kept the momentum going, especially during those few dark hours when I found myself pulling my hair out! Chi Chi, thank-you so much for putting your confidence in me, when we started, you probably thought I could do anything, and (while I'm not saying that's not true) I know I may have shocked you with just what minor setbacks proved to show what...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
1) Matt B. took the Chinatown bus and yes, it's a real bus. And yes, it's really $10.00 to Boston. And yes, it lets you out really close to the Ferry. BUT IT WAS 3 HOURS LATE!!!!!!!! He missed the ferry and took another "real" bus to Hyannis where he missed his connection to P-Town and had to take a cab. Not a real money saver after all. He said the bus was great except they are in no hurry what so ever. He would take it again but leave LOTS of time. 2) P-Town is very dog friendly. We took...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Stacy Amber ·
I work at a shop on Bleecker St. near Christopher in the West Village. I am really getting irked by the number of tourists who stick their head into the shop and ask me where the nearest Starbucks is. They are searching blindly for a Starbucks amid a plethora of privately owned gourmet coffee and espresso bars and cafes with their own unique decor etc. Why are these people even leaving home in the first place? Everywhere in the U.S. seems to be destined to be like everywhere else, no matter...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Luxury Lex ·
The Meatpacking District has now been granted offical landmark status by the powers that be. But with everything that once made that neighborhood interesting either gone completely or stifled by the tidal wave of bottle service assholes, does the title really matter?
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Re: Jackie 60 FURTHER in London Sept. 20

seven ·
In Locarno now Empress, not too distant from Bosnia, in fact a lot of smuggling, money laundering and cigarrettes mostly but some illegal aliens too, come and go through here from Bosnia. The last time I was here I spent one evening in a mountain hut at 10,000 feet with three veteran Albanian border piercers who proceeded to drink nearly all their contraband while cheating eachother blind at cards all night. One nice ammenity about Locarno though are the numerous corner smoke shops, and it...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

Luxury Lex ·
Okay, I confess. I've been meaning to read J.T. Leroy for some time now and I'd just never gotten around to it. When this forum started however, it became critical! Yes, yes, 'tis true ... J.T. had never popped my cherry! Go figure. So I rushed out to St. Marks Books. They were sold out of Sarah but I picked up The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things. Harrowing. Brilliantly written, but really horrible stuff. The abuse of this boy never ends. I really wanted to kill that bitch mother of his,...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

S'tan ·
I'm gonna kill... Another Christian! The religious material is so severe, uglier than the sex, but then it's because the Christians fuck with sex... JT pens with vitriol the reality of the Christian's living nightmare of guilt, punishment, and washing clean of sin, and guilt again... and the marked PLEASURE both in the giving and the receiving of that torture. I mean - Clorox as holy water? Mother rubbing her genitals down with Clorox after tricking? Because otherwise "They can smell the sin...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

S'tan ·
After the book ended with a big boring splat of existential vacuity (Sartre did that nausea so much more poetically), I decided to see the film again as it did seduce me into reading the book. Now the movie does extract the best lines from the book... there is no doubt observing those 80s-style fatuous yuppies ruling the universe is weirdly exciting. It's a ruling class, after all, and sadistically joyous. He details them very well. Christian Bale is a great cast and when he cracks up and...
 
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