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But I'm straight man...I'm straight!

And then somebody hands you......a TAMBOURINE!

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 2207/02/2013

No one speaks of pavilions anymore -- and that saddens me.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 106/30/2013

I had the cassette!

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 206/30/2013

When I was a little girl, I used to go home for lunch every day, and I'd pretend that my mother was a waitress in a roadside cafe. I'll have a side order, ma'am. A side order consists of a white-meat tuna, a dollop of mayonnaise, some carrot strips and potato chips. And then I'd sit at the counter...and ignore her.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 306/30/2013

I look...really pretty.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 406/30/2013

Whose? Whose tunnel were you in?

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 506/30/2013

...Tina Turner is with us.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 607/01/2013

A propos of something else entirely, a GAWKER piece about AIDS:

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 707/01/2013

Someone bring me a Remy Martin with a water back GODDAMN IT!

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 807/01/2013

Never got her.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 907/01/2013

Spike it, Babe!

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1007/01/2013

It's hard to read that article because as evil as Koch was, that author's friends all had health insurance, jobs, and medical care. Where I lived there was nothing but misery and death. discrimination and no medical care.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1107/01/2013

"A propos of something else. . . "

Oh, dear!

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1207/01/2013

Jeezus, was an uglier woman ever born?

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1307/01/2013

Golda Meir, R13.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1407/01/2013

R7, what is most interesting to me about John Weir's piece (all of it is interesting) is that his writing sounds so much like the man he's eulogizing for much of it. He writes a lot like David Feinberg, who was my favorite author from when I discovered him to when I found out he'd died (he'd chronicled finding out he had AIDS in, I think, "86'd").

They're both great writers. Now I want to read Weir's novels.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1507/01/2013

[quote]When I was a little girl, I used to go home for lunch every day, and I'd pretend that my mother was a waitress in a roadside cafe.

She rolled my hair and put my lipstick on In the glass of her boudoir

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1607/01/2013

Oh, New York, New York. If you can make it here, you'll fail EVERY. WHERE. ELSE.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1707/01/2013

R12, that usage is correct.

What is incorrect is when people say something is "apropos", when they mean "appropriate". Apropos and appropriate are not synonymous.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1807/01/2013

I read and deeply appreciated R7's essay....

...but why the fuck was that link bombed into every DL thread last night?

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 1907/01/2013

My father's new wife...a bubble cut blonde with no lips. "Don't wear your seat belts. Where I come from, people DIE when they wear their seat belts."

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 2007/02/2013

Oh, Chip! I wish you weren't my brother so I could fuck you!

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 2107/02/2013

[quote] My father's new wife...a bubble cut blonde with no lips. "Don't wear your seat belts. Where I come from, people DIE when they wear their seat belts."

Charmed, I'm sure.

by There must have been DUST on those mintsreply 2207/02/2013
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