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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Luxury Lex ·
Bare Hands & Water vs Toilet Paper: I'm a big advocate of using baby wipes myself. It's just like using toilet paper but instead of just wiping you are cleaning at the same time. Afterward I have the satisfaction of knowing my hole is sparkling clean and as dewy fresh as a spring morning. With that soft aroma of baby powder. And it feels just like you're getting a rim job when you're doing it. Gosh, sometimes at home I rush into the bathroom even when I don't have to go and give myself a...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
Hey Bobby, Don't know what our summer is like yet. We have so many things up in the air right now but we really want to get there sometime in June. Captain Jack's of course. Gennaro is torturing. He wants more landscaping around his grave. He is no longer satisfied with the flower treatment. He now wants trees & shrubs! So if you see him at "Bar Rush" tell him I'm on it. Legendary birthday by the way. Everyone is still talking about it. AND LOOK OUT! Last night at Cheezwhiz Miss...
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Re: Provincetown

bobby ·
Well..its the start of the end of the season and ptown has been bustling lately. More circute bois than you can shake a dick at..drag queens and tourists and the new police dept out in full force. What a season this has been. The weather has been/is beautiful and I want to stay here forever. I miss all my friends in NYC and I can't even imagine everything I am missing there. So many ghosts here too. I have seen them everywhere. A tall ship's captain that stands stockstill on Commercial...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

goblin73 ·
in spite of some STANKy rumor that i'm in tenn. i'm not. hi gays!! i miss you!! i'm on a fucking library computer with less than 6 minutes left to write you... from index, wa. if only i could tell you why. but alas, these things aren't trustworthy. (back me up on that, mommy!) back in new york in november MAYBE! back at the mountain in nov. DEFINITELY! i wish i had time to catch up on all the dish and find out who i should be hating but there's evergreen trees and snow capped mountains that...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I'm in Pattaya, the flashy trashy beach town with the giant drag shows I spoke of, ALcazar and Tiffany. I just went to both. Wow. Wow. Wow. These shows are multiple orgasms for costume lovers. They are overdone beyond belief! It's Vegas in Asia on a sugar rush! Yes, lots of pink and green. There are girls rising from the floor, flying through the air; name a stage effect, they do it. I want to drag all my friends here just to see these extravaganzas! I could see you all squealing wit...
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Re: boy george

Zazoo and Satori ·
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

PrinceHank ·
When discussing David Bowie, we must include the movie Labrynth. Tights, Tights and more TIGHTS. Everyone loves David Bowie in those tights. I remember being 13 or so and watching the movie for the first time. Mr. Bowie has a big chorus number with a shitload of singing muppets. I could not keep my eyes off of his bulge. I don't know if it was a good dance belt or good genes. If you have not seen the movie rush out and rent it. I purchased a shirt in the East Village in July that has a...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Stacy Amber ·
Three and a half years ago, when the Wholefoods store was opening on 7th Ave. and 25th St. I sent them a resume. On my cover letter I informed them that I was transgendered. They called me in for an interview, which I had to rush to from Healthy Pleasures, where I was then working. They wouldn't give me any extra time to get there. When I got there everyone I encountered was quite rude to me. There was a really rotten attitude among those folks. At that time, I was working for Healthy...
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Re: Lord D' Drennnan

Chi Chi ·
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Re: Beams to New Orleans

S'tan ·
from the article, "Experts say it has been common practice in both Republican and Democratic administrations for policy makers to take lobbying jobs once they leave office, and many of the same companies seeking contracts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina have already received billions of dollars for work in Iraq. "Halliburton alone has earned more than $9 billion. Pentagon audits released by Democrats in June showed $1.03 billion in "questioned" costs and $422 million in "unsupported" costs...
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Re: Queers are the Blacks of the 1950's!!! Anti-Gay is on the RISE!!

Merlinator ·
watching the politicians and religiously incorrect rush around trying to change all the laws is laughable. making churches over into political parties, it's an art form that gays and lesbians have this ability to make silly people spend fortunes on all these silly laws that will not stand for another generation. and yes slavery was spread in the same way homophobia is spreading, church by church, town by town. for it was religion that sanctioned and inforced slavery america. religion that...
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Re: Page

James F. Murphy ·
I am really so touched that all of you wrote all of these messages about Page. The picture of her with her Mom by JA is really lovely , I had never seen that before. Page´s Mom was really devastated by her daughter´s death , as was I . I guess no matter how paradoxical Page could be , she was the closest friend I ever had in new york city. We created endless triumphant performances everywhere we went singing the Laverne and Shirley theme song as we made our way through the city to our next...
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Re: The Motherboards Remembers 9/11/2001

seven ·
burstdream, i flying flames of muscle, eyes borne from one end of doorsky to the other.sky rushes away.my brother a phonecall placed from high edge of his hip bone.balance created by thrown blood we share-universe broken floor.wh e r e a r e y o u i a m a l r i g h t. no thing happens for mile inbetween empty eyes and blindtouch of tongue.the new tomorrow lays burnt and fallen.come. come for me then.collect me as though you were my father. i rush to ground now no name or address.why did i...
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Re: GWB and Catch 22

S'tan ·
A sad story in the Times today... an old sheik whose home was taken away for military use, goes across the road every day to visit... JUWAYBA, Iraq "” Nearly every day, the sheik stops by the villa that was once his home, but is now an American garrison. Sometimes he comes with tips about the insurgency, or with news of political developments in this rural village near the Euphrates River. But mostly he comes to ask for his house back. "To take my home in this way is not right," the sheik,...
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

mr.joe ·
Dean Johnson passed away this week. Details surrounding Dean's death, along with the death of another young man are still uncertain, and an investigation is, as of this writing, still ongoing. I have included details and links about Dean's life below. Dean is survived by his father is Ellis Johnson and his sister is Beth. For several years, Dean cared for and visited his mother Linda, who succumbed to a battle with cancer in 2006. He was a devoted son, brother and friend to scores of people...
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

Stacy Fine ·
Today in Woodstock I typed the words "Dean Johnson Murdered?"-- then I meditated and researched on the news development, it's just one day since it was announced on Page Six. Tonight at 8 p.m. at 200 Avenue A (LES) there will be a memorial...I found this article, Dean was cool--http://www.queerty.com/new-york/dean-johnson-murdered-20071002/ Stacy Fine's Journal_Dean Johnson or "how I knew Dean Johnson" Missing Dean Johnson. He was cool. He used to practice his act-(pre-Vevet Mafia, pre-Dean...
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

friendofdean ·
Here are my two cents worth: Memorial on Deans bday is right on; I remember Dean being awed by the artistry of Clark Render, Tabboo, and anyone who ever impersonated Stevie Nicks with him of one of his annual 29th birthdays. And of course, all band members from the weenies and the mafia. Others I haven't seen mentioned include Pee Wee (Perry) Masco of ICU - and I hope someone is in touch with former R&RFB gogo boys Gil Bellaran and Chris Johnson. I hope some of you know how to get in...
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James X

Culture Project ·
James X from Farcry Productions Ireland Written and Performed by Gerard Mannix Flynn Directed by Gabriel Byrne Evening performances at 7:30pm Matinee performances at 2:00pm An Irish government tribunal of inquiry into institutions responsible for cruel and inhumane treatment of children is in session. In the foyer, James X , one of those children, now a man anxiously prepares to offer the testimony which he hopes will unshackle him from the past. As he waits, James is confronted with the...
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And God Created Great Whales

Culture Project ·
Created, Composed, Written by Rinde Eckert Directed by David Schweizer Performed by Rinde Eckert and Nora Cole Performances begin February 7 Opens February 12 45 Bleecker Street (near the NE corner of Lafayette Street) New York, NY 10012 Evening performances at 8pm. Sunday matinee performances at 3:00pm. Tickets available for purchase online , by calling 866-811-4111, or at the box office (opens one hour before show time) $55 for regular performances, $35 for previews, $20 student rush...
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Morrissey

jimmyscouse ·
Have been listening non-stop the the new alum "You are the Quarry" and especially love the 1st single "Irish Blood English Heart" which discribes me and a lot of my friends (anna!) to a T....rush out and buy it. I love it.Stupid me...just checked...
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Drag Queens, Midgets, Male & Female Strippers Available For All Nightclub Promotions

centerfoldstrips ·
Welcome to the world famous Centerfold Strips as seen on The Howard Stern Show, Penthouse Magazine, Maxim Magazine, The Wall Street Journal & Playboy.com. We are the largest upscale exotic dancer service in the United States with over 14 years of experience! We are an extremely unique service, which is unparalleled in the industry. There is no other adult entertainment agency that can provide the stunning quality of our Centerfold Strippers or our friendly, expert booking agents at any...
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Keep it Local!

Chi Chi ·
I had a beautiful neighborhood experience yesterday when I stopped by the fragrant Blue Meadow Flowers on E. 13th for a chat with one of the owners, one of the long-time Motherfolk still in the neighborhood.We were talking about the slowdown in...
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Postcards from New Orleans

Chi Chi ·
Hey y'all, finally rested enough to post after about 48 hours of transitional time and rest. NOLA is as sleepy and cold as I've ever seen it, but today the temperatures finally broke 50 and everyone's coming back out. The social center of Marigny (or...
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Tonight! The Baroness' Sparkling Holiday Party & Sale

poindexter ·
Come and drink champagne, enjoy tasty hors d’ouvres, socializing, and festive cheer while you shop! Take care of those on your holiday list with a Baroness latex holiday apron in red or green, appliquÉd with snow flakes, bells, or Christmas trees, (perfect for home entertaining and practical too—The spills wipe right off!) Truly a unique addition to the latex aficionado's wardrobe, as well as being a fun way to introduce the uninitiated to the joys of latex. Other great stocking stuffers are...
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Oh! You Pretty Things : Discotheque @ Le Poisson Rouge - Sunday May 25th Memorial Day Weekend

twig the wonderkid ·
  Michael T, Twig the Wonderkid, Mike Greco, and MaryAnne Piccolo present Oh! You Pretty Things : Discotheque Sunday May 25th - Memorial Day Weekend "Oh! You Pretty Things" in association with "Damn the Light Promotions" are pleased to present a...
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
saturdays at midnight come early and enjoy the show with our pre show hostess the Empress of Large Miss Flotilla Debarge music, give aways and free cocktails Flo starts at 10 pm just before the early show gets out, and the last few weeks have been great sexy fun audiences with familiar faces buy ahead at www.ariaswithatwist.com or call 212 352 3101 or show up and do the super bargin $20 rush seats
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
sat midnight show..once again... come celebrate the season with our hostess flotilla debarge music, giveaways, and free cocktails starting at 10pm the midnight shows have been so fun, sexy, raucus ...the only way to experience the mistress of darkness MIss Joey Arias $20 dollar rush seats will get you an excellent seat tomorrow night DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW...ONLY 8 WEEKS LEFT!
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
ONLY 18 SHOWS LEFT!!! we are moving on..making a film..touring to paris and Los angeles..taking a break final performance in NYC (for the forseeable future) will be new years eve dec 31st the show is selling out so plan ahead or come get one of the 10 rush tickets available every night www.here.org
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
there are only 8 shows left!!!!! they are basically sold out but there are 10 rush seats for every night and i will squeeze in standing room, ceiling room, lying on the floor room.. shows are at 8pm. (not 9 as they had been) fri 8pm sat 8pm and 11pm sun 5pm and 8pm mon 8pm tues 9pm wed 8pm at the hERE arts center 145 6th ave and thats it!!! what a total joy this has been
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Re: Quentin Crisp: The Naked Bon Vivant! A 100th Birthday Extravaganza!

seven ·
I had a great time. Super to see that Z & S really have NY in their genes (jeans too we're sure). Daddy, Hattie has let her hair grow out but threatened to shave it all off before summer, she must be in someone's photos from the evening. Nancy, I personally saw Messy Bonnie Raitt chew up and swallow the piece of paper Viva wrote her number on, so you can probably get the number now if you take a minute to browse the curb outside Santos'. Mr. Joe, how could I have missed you there, I...
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Re: Craigslist !!!

daddy ·
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

mondojohnson ·
Chris Johnson here, not long lost -- perhaps *temporarily* lost would be more accurate.... I would be delighted to participate in Dean's B-day celebration; they have always been notable (I still have an invite to one at the World in 1988, taped into a scrapbook). I have been in touch with Brendan "Mme. Alexandre" Brogan, who alerted me to the whole affair... If *only* I knew how to get in touch with Gil. As Dean well knew, Gil was and shall forever remain the flame to my moth. I -- to this...
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Re: Provincetown 2

bobby ·
Greetings from Ptown. The season is slowly creeping up on us here and the local news gets juicier each day. One of our selectmen just had a gay sexual harassment charge placed against him due to his 3 year hassling of a local straight contractor, who finally got tired of being asked for some "lip service" from the selectman in order to rush his contracting permit request through. And a 35 year old straight man from Hyannis was just arrested for raping a straight 18 year old man from Bulgaria...
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Re: Did she just call them "raves" ??

Pickles2 ·
How about this for synchronicity.... In Perez:This past weekend, New Yorkers gathered in NYC's boho Union Square park for a SILENT rave. WTF???? No, it wasn't a party for the E-popping hearing-impaired. More than 1,000 people showed up, danced in place and grooved to the tunes coming out of their own iPod headphones. How post-modern! The "mastermind" behind the silent rave was Jonnie Wesson a British exchange student. Silent raves are popular in Europe, especially London, where he grew up,...
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
its been a dream and a privilege to work with the Goddess Joey Arias superstar showgirl welcome home thanks to everybody's fabulous support the show is sold out for its original run!!! but the truth is that there are rush seats at $20 which, depending on no-shows can be great seats..and best chances are the late night shows AND we've extended for the rest of the summer check out what jim fouratt says online ...i like it Kali Erectus in dervish phantasmagoric spectacle: Arias has met his Max...
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Re: Arias With A Twist

Messy Bonnie Raitt ·
I say things always go better with "Coke". But that's just me. Just be careful. Last year we had to rush Jackie Bigalow to the emergency room. I can't tell you why though.
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
the midnight shows for fri and sat this weekend and next are a perfect time to come see our normally sold out show. not only have the dog days of august (and some gay party on fire island) made it that a $20 rush ticket is an easy bet to actually snag a really good seat, but the midnight shows always feature a especially juiced up audience...and joeys voice get particularly smokin!!
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
tonight's sat midnight show cancellations because of rain mean you can come see the show for the rush $20 ticket price and sit in the Thierry Mugler seat plus we are doing an audio recording of the show tonight so the Goddess will be selling it to the hilt!!! Basil
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
sat sept 21st midnight show the empress of large miss flotilla debarge will be hosting and spinning in the hERE cafe before our late show free cocktails and revelery rush tix are $20... last weeks midnight show was recorded to an ecstatic audience...the super gorgeous cd will be released at hERE in two weeks (for joey's birthday) come on down! 145 6th ave..entrance round the corner on dominic
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Re: East side West side Part dos...

Anna Nicole ·
I have googled this and watched the news for ages. But still no sign of this... i heard that it was a drug addict allegedly OD'd. And prob Black or Latino so.. theres a few reasons why it aint in the news... Pity it wasn't the bloated dead body of drug addict Rush Limbaugh ..
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Re: East side West side Part dos...

Michael Madison ·
Said better than I could Lex, yes. Totally agree. I wanted to reserve judgement till I saw it for myself, which I did yesterday. Have to say, it was pretty underwhelming. At best. I walked and walked and walked, waiting to come upon a vista that "moved" me. Didn't happen. I found the pumpkin orange (it's not saffron ) of the gates kind of dull, too muted, and against the brownness of the park at this time of year, well, the color combo just didn't cut it for me. And though there are...
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Re: After The Glitter Fades: NOTS 15, The reviews are in!

daddy ·
I agree Pretty. I always love to see how creative people interpret Stevie. I've never really been a big fan of karaoke. I mean Dirty Martini's dance piece knocked me out. This was definitely the biggest, most ambitious NOTS we've done. Four floors, Four long sets!!! I know I was slammed all night long running up and down all 4 floors making sure things were happening. I missed the baseball game though. They must have turned it off when they saw me coming. We really do appreciate the...
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Re: After The Glitter Fades: NOTS 15, The reviews are in!

Chi Chi ·
AFTER THE GOLD RUSH Deepest thanks to the enormous cast, crew and supporting folk who made this edition of NOTS the best one in a long time. The creativity and theatricality of many of this year's acts has been commented on often, and we strive to continue that tradition in years to come. The bar is certainly set higher every year! My personal thanks to: Our extraordinary backstage/sound/light crew LORI,ABBY,TORIN,DANY and DIANA - without you there is no show! LIX VELVET aka CATWALK...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York: Part 2

S'tan ·
East Village as a theme park in Las Vegas, well that says it all. Why doesn't Hilly go there? If he doesn't, some actor playing him will anyhow! From the NY Times today: Mirroring my struggle all summer... you think you have a decently large enough limit on rent, and the real estate mavens just laugh at you. THE REAL TERRORISTS IN NEW YORK CITY ARE THE REAL ESTATE AGENTS!!!! I like how she breaks down the types --- The New York Times August 21, 2005 Seeking the Holy Grail By ALEXANDRA BANDON...
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Re: Party Monster Michael Alig (part 2)

Miss Understood ·
Miz, you are sounding like the Catholic Church. Everyone who doesn't agree with you is "bashing" you. This is a great example of, what I like to call hijacked politacal correctness as opposed to lazy political correctness. It's when people or groups misuse terms in defense of themselves. Generally this involves the right wing adopting the terms of the left. The term gay bashing is used to describe people who go out and beat up people simply because they are gay. It may also be applied to...
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Re: 2008 Presidential Elections: Who Will Lead America Next?

Hapi Phace ·
I usually avoid public discussion of politics, but I am a self-proclaimed and public ally-proven hypocrite, so I have to add my two cents on Hillary because I find her a bit irritating, and it frustrates me because I know that arch Republicans do too, and I don't like having similar feelings to right-wingers. When Hillary, as First-lady, was working to change the dire health-care / insurance situation in this country; I was a big supporter of her. I was so excited that there was a Liberal...
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Re: These are a few of my favorite things.....about New York

Chi Chi ·
Okay, totally different post for now, A Valentine to NEW YORKERS - real, pragmatic, warm-hearted-but-gruff lifers. Like these three, on one block of our dogwalk today in the ice and snow. First, this guy slid and fell on 14th Street right in a lane of traffic. And a man and a woman rush forward to pick him up and stand there with him while everything is ground to a halt, just for a NY minute. And they walk him to the curb, where he (unhurt) says "thank God for the people." This almost got me...
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Re: bibliophile

Poison Eve ·
Currently reading "The Wanting Seed" by Anthony Burgess - but it is dragging on a bit. Certainly not his best. But I highly suggest "I Am Elijah Thrush" by James Purdy - if you can find it as it is Out-of-Print. Tells the tale of an old homosexual dancer/drag performer/artist (who reminds me a bit of what Jack Smith might have been like) and his jealous wife who hires a third-party to spy on Elijah and his gay cohorts. Very sassy. On the autobiography topic (Daddy - you're reading Dolly...
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Re: 9/11 unfolds on the Motherboards: Waiting for the End of The World

Chi Chi ·
Jade, I so agree with your post. I keep thinking of something that was said last night at the memorial service at St. Mark's Church. This beautiful woman (poet, perhaps?) spoke with great dignity. She said "When I looked at the picture of the tower coming down and the cloud of smoke, I saw the mushroom cloud again, the one from the pictures, the cloud WE set off over Hiroshima, come back to us here.." The affirmation of peace at the end of the service has never seemed so important or real.
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Re: CLUB USA

waltpaper ·
Well...a book... I was offered a book. I started working on it with Michael Alig, a coffe table book, but it became too broad...almost like an encyclopedia... and that's not what I wanted to do I wanted to focus on our specific group, basically what I knew about...the second generation club kids...the products...the ones who were sold once the concept crystalized... Michael, being in jail, having alot of time on his hands, wanted to cover everything and everyone...but I saw that as a very...
 
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