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Re: Danny Tenaglia's Debut @ District 36 [Sat 10.22]

D36 ·
District 36 Presents Danny Tenaglia Oct. 22nd Danny Tenaglia fans, you're in luck! The Grammy nominated producer is coming to none other than District 36 on Saturday, October 22nd. Danny will be spinning his bold, internationally recognized beats within a 14,000 square foot systemized sound space - the nightclub heart of the Garment District. Step inside District 36 today, it's almost impossible to believe this chic and gorgeous dance club was once a clothing factory. The transformation is...
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Re: Blacklips

hatches ·
Once we did a re-working of Shakespeare's most cursed tragedy. It included a freshly written prologue sending up those unlucky aspects, with Flloydd and Marti whistling in the wing of the stage, the set was all green with peacock feathers and the audience entered the room underneath a ladder that we had strung up over the door. Funny, huh? Well, within seconds of the door opening, the ladder had fallen, almost killing the first customer, and Sissy Fit fell onstage during her scene and broke...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
I nabbed this from "Lucky Bitches" It's from Goblin.
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

Luxury Lex ·
A few years back I gave up a broom closet share on Seventh Street & First Ave and moved to a huge, two bedroom apartment in Park Slope with a plutonic gay male friend. (I only stayed there a year before deciding I couldn't deal with the commute and fled back to Manhattan). Anyway, my roommate and I agreed to have separate phone lines, and I used a pre-existing one in my bedroom. But my roomie had to have a brand new one installed, so he arranged for a NYNEX guy to come out on a Saturday...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
The food here is amazing. There are many levels, but even the cheapest stuff you get on a streetcorner amazing. See, everything's cheap for what it is. If you eat in a cute cozy place that has an atmosphere, you can get a great meal, and I mean with seafood and all, from $3-$5. If you want to go for luxury, which I really don't do, You can pay up to like $20, I guess maybe even more, and eat in some palatial gourmet restaurant that would cost $100 back home. But on a streetcorner, well,...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
All this talk about getting over fears got me thinking. I know a lot of you out there are into pain... or can at least deal with it. I have always avoided it. I have no piercings or tattoos. Well, the street I'm staying on is full of salons offerings every sort of treatment and it's all dirt cheap. Massages (the G-rated kind) are only about $5 an hour (although I think it's nice to tip 100%). Well, I decided to go for my first waxing. I downed a little Thai rum first. It didn't hurt as much...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

goblin73 ·
i saw a show that sounds eerily similar... if not the same queen. in a neighborhood bar, packed back room with tables (no chairs) and the stage had stairs leading down to it from the back. i remember she held a pink and green plastic toy microphone in her hand for the lip synch. and that thai voice in the stand up section... i can still hear it in my head. incredible!!
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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 ·
I took a one day Thai cooking course. They actually cover a hell of a lot in one day! I'll soon be the green curry queen of NYC! So this guy I'm dating here in Chiang Mai, Wat, the one who had the circle jerks with the monks, he's really great to hang out with. I feel like a biker chick on the back of his motorcycle! He's entering graduate school to become a teacher. He's a bartender in a very odd location. At this three level flea market type place there is a weird long hallway on the side...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
They got here okay. We went to the Bangkok Weekend Market. It's probably the best shopping place in the world! So many interesting and colorful things. I got some green silk to have pants made. Between the silk and the tailor it'll cost about $24. How could I ever go back to buying off the rack??? I'm still a little heartbroken over the end of my 5 day relationship in Chiang Mai. At home I go very long periods of time without getting that close to anyone.
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
Is this the same "Party Monster" that is being produced by "Killer Films" (Hedwig, Velvet Goldmine,Stonewall, I Shot Andy Warhol,Boy's Don't Cry,Poison) And is starring Macaulay Culkin as Alig, Seth Green as James St. James and Marilyn Manson as Christina? More info on that project here: http://www.upcomingmovies.com/partymonster.html Satori
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
For those involved in the movie... We're no less than 3 degrees from Kevin Bacon now in all the ways below: You were in Party Monster (2003) with Macaulay Culkin Macaulay Culkin was in Jacob's Ladder (1990) with Pruitt Taylor Vince Pruitt Taylor Vince was in Trapped (2002) with Kevin Bacon Or, you can pick up the rest of the connections in place of Macaulay Culkin: Seth Green was in Enemy of the State (1998) with Scott Caan Scott Caan was in Novocaine (2001) with Kevin Bacon Wilmer...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
I'd bet you know their faces but not their names... Macaulay Culkin - The "Home Alone" kid Seth Green - "Scott Evil" from Austin Powers Wilmer Valderrama - "Fez" on "That 70s Show" Chloe Sevigny - From "Boys Don't Cry" & Last Day of Disco" Diana Scarwid - The adult "Christina" from "Mommy Dearest" Natasha Lyonne - star of "Slums of Beverly Hills" Wilson Cruz - Gay, Latino teen on "My So Called Life" Dylan McDermott - hunky star of the TV show "The Practice"`
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Jackie Bigalow ·
I'm proud to announce that Jackie Bigalow has just become the newest member of the Woodbury, TN Public Library, and was told in no uncertain terms by the librarian that she was absolutely not allowed to look at porn while using this computer. With her 1987 German Skinhead hair and sleeveless Glamour Goblins shirt, bright green pants and yellow shoes, I just don't know why they would even think they had to tell her that. So things down here are pretty magical-- I get to bathe at least once a...
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Re: Burlesque Queen MISS KELLY WEBB Loses Everything in Tragic Thanksgiving Fire- PLEASE READ

misswebb ·
Hectic hi and thanks to everyone for your gooey genourosity. I am trying to get back to everyone as fast as I can Kevin - thanks for the offer unfortunately I can't take in any furniture till I get my new place. And welcome to the boards - as you can see there aint a finer bunch of glamourosity and heart in all of cyberspace! Shane I just might raid your closet if that offer is still good! I think I may have met you at Nina hagen - I was all in green body paint and peacock feathers. Ryan I...
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Re: Burlesque Queen MISS KELLY WEBB Loses Everything in Tragic Thanksgiving Fire- PLEASE READ

Shane Savant ·
Yes, that was me working the door for Nina Hagen (Top hat/diamonds aka rhinestones/plaid kilt) and I clearly remember you making your grand "green" entrance! You asked me about the guest list or something... Oh and later you came out and we talked about how crowded it was and the "heat factor" inside... did you catch Patrick McMullen when you came back out? YES of course the offer still stands, when ever you're ready. All I ask is that we do it some time after Dec.19th... I'm soooo crazed...
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Re: Beams To Bobby Part 2

Judith Drasner ·
we thought about you so much--sent you love and energy when we picked out the asparagus and grated the cheese. one of the people we invited to our dinner for 8 didn't make it so i imagined it was you! i imagined you were at the dinner and how you would respond to various questions and situations. okay--i had had some really good wine and there were these little green leaves being lighted. so what!! anyway, you had a swell time and we loved everything that you said while we were watching "the...
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Re: AB FAB

B. Domination ·
Oh, Glammy, you make me positively green with a severe case of envy. I'm not one for admiration, much less adoration, but you've hit my weak spot with the Ladies of AB FAB. As I refuse to be star-struck in this E! Entertainment world, know that I am alternately pursing my mouth and sighing each and every time you spill the beans. More, please!
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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 ·
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!

B. Domination ·
All those colors remind me of Taiwan. I was born there and still have family there. The pink and the green (or so it was explained to me) represent freshness and newness. I saw a Chinese picture once depicting babies dropping out of pods from trees. Pale green stems to light pink babies (weird, I know). See any yellow?
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I see all colors everywhere... without acid. Just Pink and green are just especially prominent. In the U.S. the trend for color in product design is FINALLY returning thanks to the late 90's IMAC. All of a sudden there are colorful boom boxes and telephones. I wish they didn't all have to look like a tranclucent jelly, but it's better than the black and beige of the last two decades. How I long for an avacado refrigerator! The reason I'm not going on and on about how there are trannies...
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

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oh please, I haven't even started the Lisa Marie Presley stories. Or how we were lying by the pool with Gerri Halliwell. Or spying Priscilla Presley. Or Mickey Rourke, or Owen Wilson, Gisele, Seath Green, Beck, stripping for the cast of "That 70's Show" ,meeting Justin Timberlake, being slammed into the wall by Demi Moore... oh did I mention the 80-degree weather? oops , now Im being a cunt...
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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: 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 ·
Yeah, I think the funny outfit adds to that effect. It has that weird "I'm not from here" look. Americans only pair red and green at Xmas. I feel refreshed. I love NY more after taking a break from it. I'm ready to roll on several projects, so I'm glad to be back. I just wish winter would go bye bye.
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Re: 57 Varieties ( Club 57 Remembered)

daddy ·
Thanks Pops. I was being moody I think. Your comments were funnier than Mystery Science Theater as I remember but then again I've always been your biggest fan. (Well, next to my wife of course who REALLY is your biggest fan). You were always the Shecky Green of the East Vllage. Well, actually more like a cross between Charles Nelson Reilly and Dorothy Parker.
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Luxury Lex ·
When does this movie open in New York? Or is it already open? My ex-boyfriend out on the West Coast sent me this review of Party Monster earlier tonight: Now I'm really curious.
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
We saw it Friday. It wasn't good. Seth Green and Manson are the best things in it, At least they make you laugh in several spots. Overall the documentary was MUCH better. The whole movie was mostly bad dialogue and lots of closeups in small dirty rooms. The club scenes were choppy at best... It focused on the downward spiral, and didn't really capture ANY positive or creative aspects of the scene. Wait for the DVD, that way you can pause it to see a few hand fulls of Motherlovers sprinkled...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

xnowhereboyx ·
I saw it today. I don't know what to think. It definitely wasn't bad, but I can't say it was good either. I thought MacAuley Culkin was irritating, if it was just Seth Green it would've been a much better movie. For those who know the story (or lived it), the only reason to see the movie was for the recreations of the club scene "back in the day", but as Z&S pointed out above those scenes are pretty much quick camera pans across a dark room with an indistinguishable glimpse at a few...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Anna Nicole ·
I caught the movie and found it depressing.... in the sense that it was all too camp an panto when its really a dark sad tale. Like most of Fenton and Randys stuff its on the edge of 'could be fab' but never quite makes it. They always pick the best topic but never quite fully pull it off. I think they would have been much better at making a fab movie had they cast more unknowns in the main role (but then the majors would not have been as interested), as Seth Green and macauly are just too...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Poison Eve ·
While I have to agree with the previous posts about the diversity and abundance of club life in the early 90's, I do believe the movie is only meant to portray a specific individual and a specific incident involving this person - Michael Alig. Much the same way a movie about Ted Bundy would feature co-ed college girls, the club kids were the environment of the movie. With that, I went into the movie expecting the worst and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. There were some (dare I...
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Re: Jo-Jo Baby - DollMaker

Stacy Amber ·
Dear JoJo I'm sending you Healing Green and Pink Light (like Watermelon Tourmaline Crystal) and positive loving thoughts. I'm looking forward to when you can again stay with us here in Jersey City. Love, Stacy
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Re: RIP, VIP

dreambot ·
But for a few exceptions, I find the chronciling and passing of lessor knowns way more fascinating then the lives of generic stars of the day. Harold von Braunhut, Seller of Sea Monkeys, Dies at 77 By DOUGLAS MARTIN Published: December 21, 2003 Harold von Braunhut, who used comic book advertisements to sell whimsical mail-order inventions like Amazing Sea Monkeys, tiny shrimp that pop to life when water is added, died on Nov. 28 at his home in Indian Head, Md. He was 77. His wife, Yolanda,...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Empira State ·
I recently saw the film here in Cinci...it wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. Don't get me wrong, Macauley Culkin was absolutely horrible. Seth Green was ok, and Marilyn Manson, in my opinion, was hysterical. The only part of the film that I really liked, was watching Seth Green do a line off of Satori's hand. I was so proud. I recently discovered that the original book by James St. James was just re-released as well as the Party Monster "Shockumentary" on DVD. I bought them...
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

Luxury Lex ·
And the battle comes at last to our soil. I've always liked politicians like Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein and Barney Frank, but they've been in office for years and we've seen little action. Now they look like tired old buffalos next to the handful of mavericks like Mayor Newsome, Mayor Daley and New Paltz, New York's mayor, Jason West, who boldly go where no one has gone before. Rock on!
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Re: DV by Diana Vreeland

daddy ·
Oh Sweetie... It's funny how a smell can instantly take you back. Your description of my sister Joey brought a tear to me eye. I miss her. And... You've always loved me in my "Green Irish Tweed". Thanks. It drives trannys crazy, I don't know why. Girlina drools whenever I get close to her. (At least I think its when I get close to her). It's not for everyone though. Marti Domination recently asked me NOT to hug her hello because she didn't want to smell like "Green Irish Tweed". So that...
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Re: Swept Away part 2

S'tan ·
She better get busy on Google, because another Born-Agin has copped the name: http://home.att.net/~grandesther/Esthersisters.html Maybe she'll start recording hymns too. Not to mention this very groovy model has swiped the URL! http://www.esther.com ...who breaks down the name for us all to truly gag over: "E" is for the EXAMPLE to others, to more than just her peers; a life dedicated, hard-working, and of overcoming one's fears." Etc. The new Esther has been majorly one-upped here in the...
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Re: Provincetown

bobby ·
Full tilt summer here right now. Carnival begins next week and the drag will be flying. Bea Arthor in town to perform as well as Ellen Green from Little Shop Of Horrors. Also Margeret Cho at The Vixen. So many tourists the town could flip over at any moment. Missing all of you in Manhattan and hoping to come visit after Labor Day. I hear Bonnie is on her way up the coast, I hope she leaves her nasty attitude at home. This town has posted her picture in the Post Office and asked that the...
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Re: Oh, no, here come The Republicans!

Anna Nicole ·
I really don't believe that your voting rights are taken away unless you are in jail...is that not correct - sorry ain't shaggin the lawyer anymore so can't check!! But AM CERTAIN getting arrested for that is NOTHING... (Unless you are just a green card holder or illegal)
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Re: BEWITCHED

seven ·
Now really, I think they are only going about a third of the way with this concept of reviving a classic 60's comedy. They should do it as one of those 'road episodes' where the regular weekly cast goes to, like, Miami Beach, or Disneyland. Except this movie should be done like a freakin convention. It should be Bewitched, Green Acres, Petticoat Junction, All in the Family, Adam 12, Leave it to Beaver, I Dream of Jeannie, Beverly Hillbillies, The Munsters, and My Favorite Martian All Go to,...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

S'tan ·
Great little article hatchie... Love the bit about the secret reeking that no one wants to dig up. Woder why every time there is a secret coven of some kind, they always have miles of underground tunnels? Is the Motherboards our burrow? This from the New York Press last week ... green alert to Jay McInerney! "A survey of 1,003 New Yorkers between the ages of 25 and 35 revealed that the HOTTEST current pick-up joints in towns are no longer bars, nightclubs, or church groups, but rather chain...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

daddy ·
And this from Musto: (FYI the "worst club" is our favorite, CAIN) Musto Rules!
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Re: Wildlife In New York City

hatches ·
Those little birds are actually a kind of tropical green parrot, the Monk Parrot, that has escaped into the wild and, against all odds, seems to thrive in this northeastern climate. Some believe they came from careless pet owners and others theorize they escaped en-masse from a broken crate at Kennedy airport nearly 30 years ago. There are a great many flocks in Brooklyn and Queens and in the past few years, flocks of the lime colored, noisy birds have been spotted in Central Park and...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

misswebb ·
Hi Guys I am posting this event here too scusi if you have seen it in the WB category - This is an emergency tho - Bloomberg wants to turn Wburg into Battery Park City. I am too old and cranky too be forced from my home. I am also frightened of waking up to dicover I am living in a huge friggin Ikea surronded by blonde wood! Thank you all! March 30th: Rev Billy and the Stop Shopping Gospel Choir at St. Mark's Church in the Bowery --8pm-- Cast the devil out of the developers! Bloomberg and...
 
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