Archive for July, 2012

How did I live this long and never hear the phrase “Toy Friend” before? #denhamfouts


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Chris Marker RIP


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Jim Krewson having a moment of serenity inside artist Bill Stone’s “Buddha Booth” last night, Basilica Hudson, NY.

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Loved Gerard Malanga reading last night with accompaniment by Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelly & Alan Licht at Basilica Hudson, NY (Brian Turner in the house!) Sublime!


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HUFFINGTON POST: Confessions of a ‘Gay Slob’

Check out my latest piece at Huffington Post Gay Voices. Confession: Jim and I are “Gay Slobs!” Read it here.

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James Dean photo booth pictures (1949)

I love these old pictures of an 18 year old James Dean, taken at a photo booth in 1949.

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Thanks Chick-fil-A, some thought you were an outmoded company with a creepy political agenda. But shoving your bland, unhealthy product in hardworking Aurora, CO policemen’s faces while they were trying to save people’s lives, and getting Breitbart.com to write a story about it while the bodies were still warm, reassures all you’re regular, stand-up folk.


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So, it turns out James Holmes isn’t a Tea Party or Occupy member… just a deranged nerd in a crazy costume who lives in a paranoid fantasy world.


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Does anyone know where I can see TAYLOR MEAD’S ASS? It’s not on UbuWeb or YouTube and I can’t bittorrent it.


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Who’s got a clove cigarette?


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A Romney/Rice ticket would combine the worse of the Bush years & the worst of Romney. Would they endorse waterboarding with champagne?


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I’m happy to have lived long enough to see all my favorite records and films from the past constantly re-released in ever-increasing remastered, hi-res, hi-tech versions for seniors (and coming in smaller and smaller packages). I can’t wait for a few years until re-releases are instantly uploaded via a debit card swipe microchip implant into our frontal cortexes, and all computers and humankind achieve singularity and the universe implodes.

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“Disco Demolition Night,” July 12th, 1979, Comiskey Park in Chicago. 7/12… never forget.

I really have never heard of this. I was a child when it happened. Did I block it out? I guess I’m suffering from post-traumatic stress disco-rder. Also, we’re coming up on the anniversary. Candle-lit vigil? Could “Disco Demolition Night” be staged as a battle reenactment in Chicago? See also more videos here, and the Wikipedia entry.

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The incidental collision of decades, in style and content, in LAST DAYS OF DISCO is more time-trippy than PRIMER. Is it the ultimate “eightineveties” film?

…and I loved the news footage of “Disco Demolition Night” at Comiskey Park in Chicago in 1979. Who knew? This film has historic educational value! Though the styling in this movie is wacky. Girls did not wear 90’s midriff alterna-tees and talk with “vocal fry” in 1981!

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Mitt Romney is just George W. Bush without balls. #mittens


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The humidity makes the pores in my face enlarge. I bet I could place a single piece of Beluga caviar snugly inside each one.


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Some queen at a party this week said “Your Huffington Post picture looks like late-career Leonardo DiCaprio appearing in a JCPenny catalog.”


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Do they have re-coming-out-of-the-closet therapy? Like they have re-birthing therapy? I think I might need it.


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I’d love to do a Laura Palmer-themed stripper act. Painted blue, laying totally motionless on the stage wrapped in plastic that slowly unravels in a gentle fan breeze, set to Angelo Badalamenti. #magicmike


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