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Re: Does Anyone Remember SCISSORS or VHKB at Plaid??

Chi Chi ·
Hi Sera- Yes, you're in the right place...Congrats on the book - that's quite an achievement. I'll tell Sammy Jo to check in here if he knows about the SS date or perhaps a Plaid devotee could answer.. I always think of you at Halloween now after we sent you to the parade for Taboo - remember?
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Re: Occupy Wall Street

MaKi+ ·
Seven, AMAZING! Darla, I think most people except the writer of the article & other fools know "I%" is a meaphor and not about exact statistical data. Why such a gorgeous blond like you spent time reading an article in "fool.com" on Halloween night, BTW?? You missed amazing "Ghostlight"!
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Re: GHOSTLIGHT 2 - Halloween Spectacular 10/31

Chi Chi ·
Wednesday 10/24 is the last day for reduced ($10) tickets. Its the 1992 Jackie 60 Halloween price! On 10/25 it goes up to full price, $15. BOX OFFICE
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
The pop music here changes quickly, but a few years ago there was a popular trannie pop singer named "Jern Jern". I bought her album. It was nothing amazing but just a cool thing to have. There is also a popular TV host who appears regularly in and out of drag. I haven't seen him on TV (my cheap room doesn't have one) but My friend showed me a book about her. While they are prim about some things (they edit sex scenes out of Western films)they seem much more comfortable with gender varience.
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Glamnerd ·
I did an edit myself. Sorry Gobs , didn't think of that. good point. btw- I wore your Glamour Goblin t-shirt on the Graham Norton Show here in London , I think it might have been on camera...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

dreambot ·
In such a short span David W. did more for breakthrough art and Aids politics than most of us could hope for in a lifetime. One of the few art shows I've ever attended and gone away intoxicated with the creativity of the work. There's not much more astounding then seeing work you may have dreamt of or intended to create and then brought to reality by a fanatic obsessed. My initial reaction was, damn he beat me to it and then realized, oh great, now I don't have to do it because much of it...
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Re: Jackie 60 FURTHER shows and updates

Chi Chi ·
I've been getting alot of inquiries about our Christmas show this year, and thought I would share the plans here for others who might be curious. After spending the last six Christmases in a row deep in a run, I have decided to just do a big one-night Very Jackie Christmas this year in a more theatrical venue. I adore doing the kind of intricate structured theatricals that this show has evolved into, and love spending so much of this crazy season with my backstage family. But the lesson of...
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

jo-jo baby ·
but my brother jay-jay and i have a gig.....we are the hilton sisters for halloween. and i will be doing a instalation for the club WHITE STAR. and performing with my bro and judging a costume contest...but back too my buddies zazoo and satori this is an art forum .....and you should see what they can do with a tupper wear bowl and action figures. It all good... i love their looks.... we go shoping sometimes when the are in chicago and we make fun of each other and what outfits we can make...
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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: Displaced Radical Faeries

goblin73 ·
i miss most of you too, jackie! sick to have missed the gathering. i wanna hear more about it all when we're sittin' at ciao for now. and daddy, you have someone's pic on sabrina's b-day page labeled "pinto." i don't think it's him. this faerie's in portland... on my way to wolf creek for their halloween (actually samhain) gathering. with harry hay's recent death it should be major. a whole lotta ritualizin' goin' down. the veil is thin, my darlings. take care.
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

goblin73 ·
oh my goddess gracious. what a bunch of j.c. witchy-poo wannabes. passed around sacramental tea and then sat by the fire singing tired ol' rainbow gathering pagan chants and cryin' over and talking about all the queens who had "passed over" in the past year or couldn't be with us for whatever reason. i was like... you freaks spend so much goddamn time tryin' to talk to people who ain't here you miss out on havin' a good time with the ones who is. one hardcore sister and i stayed up well past...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

daddy ·
I knew it was gonna be good when (faiery hag) Page walked through the door with those same antliers on her head from New Orleans last year. "Someone" was so glad to see her so she could pay her back for the joint (last Halloween). DJ Pickles had the upstair in a twitter while I blew out the speakers in the basement. Fun. Pinto was there lookin' good. (by the way, that is him in that photo) I asked who he came with and he said he came alone. I told him that in that case he was mine. He said...
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Re: Jackie 60 FURTHER shows and updates

Chi Chi ·
Sorry to disappoint you, Pretty and hope we can see you at the Mboards bash!
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Re: Adam Ant

bettysgrrl ·
oooh i'd love to see it lex! i went as adam for halloween pretty much every year between 1983 & 1986, & it was always fun to wear that stripe. also to get that super clear lip-glossed look he managed as well.
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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: Liquid Sky

daddy ·
Here's the story. I actually had a big(er) part. I think I was suppose to play the club owner. (funny how things work out) I just couldn't get up in time to ever make my scenes. See I had just met this bleach blonde glamour girl named Chi Chi Valenti and SHE WORE ME OUT!!!!!!!! So by the time I got to the club (it was called The Cavern BTW) the crazy Russian director had already shot my scenes. (I would have done the same thing). I then played some other character and had a line or two. The...
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
A few shots from our shoot today: Surreal Head Shot Aeon Zazoo Full Body Shot Aeon Zazoo Full Body Shot Forward Aeon Satori Head Shot We've edited down the 200 shots she took to 120! Next we'll edit down to the ones we need for the show, and post an extensive gallery on our site after the event. XXXOOO Satori
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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: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

Pops Steiner ·
Hatches, I always ask you about her and forget that you don't have the video. But maybe someone with a copy will read this. Some of my other favorite shows at Pyramid (pre 1990's): Needy Poodle Sister Dimension's Harpsichord Follies Drag Queen Olympics Harmonic Convergence Acid Party Baby Gregor as a witch hanging over the front door on Halloween And - not my *favorite* show but worth mentioning - That time when Philly was supposed to be performing but she passed out on a chair, someone...
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Re: BEWITCHED

sweetie ·
Not to stray too far from the BEWITCHED topic here but I actually got teary reading your post Randella. I am glad you got you harem pants. God I love reading these stories that validate so much of my early years, and tell me there were so many others like myself. Maybe if you had been put in a play group of little sissies, you could have found identification and commeraderie with little boys like yourself. Too progreesive for the early 70's I suppose. I remember wandering the aisles...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

xnowhereboyx ·
Has anyone seen it yet? It's getting a really bad tomato meter reading of 36 (rottentomatoes.com), and I heard reports from Sundance that it was awful (and the release date was delayed for the re-edit to try and make it better). If it's bad like Showgirls (one of my favorite movies) I'll totally see it in the theater, but if it's bad like Glitter, I'll wait for the DVD. They re-released "Disco Bloodbath" and are now calling the book "Party Monster". On a sidenote, I recently heard the rumor...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

S'tan ·
You better read ha' before you trash her... Don't hate ha' before you knows ha'.... Well I was harrassed by Mlle. Madison last Wednesday, whether I had done my HOMEWORK... egads I love the rigor! Beat me with red pencil! And no I hadn't, no - I had NOT yet read "SARAH" the second time. So honey I STARTED... 90 pages last night, and so far - she holds up beautifully! It is orgasmic, luscious, well for me all the material is SO real. For the white-bread Vanillas - I see why they are creaming!
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

S'tan ·
Yes 'thank God' the diarreah is over. A bloodie editor is precisely what she needs. But then the books would only be half as long, and sell for alot less. "Your stupid, arrogant assumptions about me and what I am doing are slander,'' she wrote. "You have used the site as if it were a public urinal to publish falsehood and lies.'' See the overwriting at work! "me and what I am doing" "as if it were" "public urinal" "falsehood and lies" All of it redundant. Hire me now! Stan's Edit: "Your...
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

daddy ·
You better work "Queen of the Damned"!!! I love Anne Rice but I have to agree, she needs you. Daddy's edit: "Your stupid, arrogant assumptions... fuck you!"
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

hatches ·
Agreed S'tan... I have to admit I am fascinated by this whole thing. So fascinated, in fact, that I, too, actually looked up her response on Amazon.com. In it she likens her writing to a "virtuoso performance." That is simply hogwash from an over-stroked ego. Very few artists have the strength of a Picasso to edit themselves. Another part of the problem of course is that she has dug her own grave by creating the Vampire Chronicles in the first place-- thereby doubly inviting those "it's not...
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

S'tan ·
Hatches I went into Amazon.com too, to try to read that stuff and couldn't locate it. Can you tell me where to go, hons? Love your comments... Anne's "Dickensian" principles in truth put her on the side of the bad guys in those novels - the rich folk, who run industries that trample the little guys! Lexx your edit works 'cause you made it all one sentence; concision is her #1 problem. Putting 'slander' at the end of the sentence is better too, as I agree her use of "urinal" is a dangling...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

daddy ·
Hattie if you don't write that G.D. book I'm going to kill you! (Oh wait, that's no good is it?) I forgot about you at The Empire Diner. And Monica Lynch... I had no idea. When I moved to New York (to go to Art School) I was working at FOOD restaurant on Prince & Wooster Streets. (One of the three restaurants in the newly named SOHO district. There was The Broome Street Bar, The Spring Street Bar and Food on Price Street). We also used to feed artists. It was cool. Unlike you though...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

S'tan ·
1975-1980: CHARMING OLD NEW YORK {This post was pre-recorded.} Johnny I remember that so well, but I do wonder why you all'ins thought we were so dangerous. We were rowdy as hell but I guess I was in my own world and did not realize how mad we appeared. I learned so much from Rene... and not just about 'brusquerie' if you will, trusting in your instincts and speaking your mind, but 'how to" make a bon mot out of it, so it hit home and couldn't be erased... He is my spiritual father but when...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

daddy ·
Oh seven... what an image! I can totally see it. And I agree with you. The show is really a nostalgic look at a scene. And Stan, an update. Edit actually just called me the other day and left a very long, beautiful, criptic New Year's message. I guess she's OK. She works with Donald Baechler now. She's still on the sauce but functioning I guess. And... I sat next to Rene not long ago at a show. He's very twitchy. He had to leave every few minutes (which was good and saved him from being...
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Re: boy george

Zazoo and Satori ·
Was that breakbeat mix the Kinky Roland mix, or the Frosty Boy mix? 'Cause I think he put an edit of the Kinky Roland mix as the CD version. But if I remember properly, the Frosty Boy mix was heavier. Our very favorite is "Human Racing" but then the other 3 singles are right up there. We didn't care for the new remix of Here Cum The Girls at first, but it's grown on us. I LOVE "Disco Ugly" But it doesn't do much for Zaz. I just think it's a slamming tell off song My birthday was last Friday,...
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Re: Mardi Gras in New Orleans 06: Krewe York

S'tan ·
Something for you all'ins from Rene Ricard... the Master of joy against all odds --- EDIT VIEW It's Festive tonight you said as I stared out into the blasted ruin of my life "It's Festive" tossing a sequin into the pit The word falls flat it's midnight square time time of the dogs nineteen cigarettes left
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Re: Anderson Cooper: "Outing" in the 21st Century

daddy ·
I'd love to see a secret (Paris Hilton type) sex video with Tucker Carlson and Ann Coulter. I'm sure he could never get it up with her though. She would scare him to death. Scare ANYONE to death! Damn! I knew I wouldn't get away with this. The Empress made me edit Ann Coulter's open muff. She said that she was going to throw up. OK, here is the G-Rated version. So much for free speech!
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Re: !BadAss! Burlesque commits Idolatry TONIGHT!

Chi Chi ·
This looks fabulous! I'll try to stop by if the marathon hasn't gotten me first.. But this looks like a PERFECT Halloweenie / Samhain !!! Highly recommended - leave Halloween to the pros and go see Vulgaras/Badass
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Re: Print on Demand - Lulu.com etc.

S'tan ·
It sound incredibly great! Did anyone by chance see one of the finished products, though? I guess it would be easy enough to just order one's own book, see how it looks and edit therefrom.
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Re: The Knife "Pass This On"

arabella strange ·
Bummer, Bookashade Remix won't play for me either on my music server, so I don't know. I really like the Rex the Dog Remix and the Emperor Machine Remix Edit, its got an old school disco vibe. Rex the Dog is probably your best bet, I would guess.
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

S'tan ·
I knew Dean as did many through the years via performance and always viewed him as an exotic spider - gorgeous and terrifying. The physicality alone was a phenomenon. When told 'his body could not be identified for a week' ... I made a bad black-humor joke - "What fool couldn't identify THAT body?" I only got to know the man personally very recently as a result of doing editorial for our Verbal Abuse #5. Dean's submission was a masterpiece of concision, mordant wit and insight... I barely...
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

aka Dominick ·
Cara was at the R4F Tribute/Celebration on 10/3 and I get the sense that she has really embraced Dean as a subject. She has submitted 2,000 words- including an account of the full moon Wiccan prayer circle ceremonies on the beach led by Miss Viva. I truly hope that this account gets through the final edit- this aspect of Dean's spirituality has not come out in the reporting to date. Dean was wearing one thing when he was found- his pentagram. Fabulously accessorized to the last- work!
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Re: Provincetown 2

bobby ·
By K.C. MYERS STAFF WRITER November 03, 2007 PROVINCETOWN "” With the town on edge after 10 suspicious fires in recent weeks, an arson occurred again last night, this time with serious consequences. The earliest suspicious fires were found in trash cans, then progressed to unoccupied houses or homes under construction, Provincetown Fire Chief Michael Trovato said. Until last night, the damage had not been extensive. Last night, one or more arsonists pushed leaves and other debris against the...
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Re: Provincetown 2

Christmas Day ·
In other news, check out Bobby's fierce Cyclops Halloween costume.........
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Re: Provincetown 2

Christmas Day ·
Good news to report, no fires in two weeks. The arsonist has not been captured and no fresh gossip to report, no one has a clue. Last month, just before Halloween, was the Fantasia Fair. The "longest running annual event in the transgender world!" which began here in 1975. Had a ball at Fantasia Follies but the real show is on the street during the day. Unsuspecting tourists who have not an idea what is going on are challenged to comprehend what they are seeing. Occasionally a snicker, other...
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Re: MargOH! Channing returns even more "Tipsy"

Chi Chi ·
I'm a huge fan! Hope to make it after Halloween..
 
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