What a handsome man!
Oh ya Amber Star, she is the only one that can actually work the pole and knows how to go go dance...that is why she's the only one that gets my $20 dolla bills yo
Boring ugly people love celebrating the lives of other boring ugly people.
Discovery isn't even a party anymore. Furthermore i would never have considered that a "DISCO REVIVAL"
With the exception of Nicky the rest is rehashed crap from 2005, mostly people rallying to get them selfs into the L Mag nightlife awards as if it contains any sort of merit. Sorry Yall
Finally people are catching on. Discovery is the best party in NYC hands down.
losers' nightlife awards
oh lord, hahaha...
yeah, i'm sort of with you on that.
+the secret show
+follow the sunday show on twitter
did the L mag accidentally published their "best of nightlife" from 2003 by accident? lit lounge? leggings? really?
yeah, i'm just learning about Miss Guy. He's the boy george of current times. I dig both, i'm not gay but i love the dress up thing. I live as a woman and i love people like Guy and George who gender fuck
Keep it up girls hee hee (excuse the double entendre)
If only all of CMJ was as well put together as an Atlas Sound, Grooms, the xx show.
Interesting analysis. But ultimately the movie was not so much about analogies between the CPUSA and gangsters, but an excuse for naming names. Of course, despite this it is a great movie.
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As Film Editor I feel it's probably necessary for me to play moderator in certain cases. So, here's an idea:
How about you ACTUALLY WATCH THE MOVIE before talking about how you've decided that it's meaningless provocation from a self-conscious middle-class black man (wtf)?
I never saw the movie because I always believed Lee to be a forced anti-intellectual. Your piece gives the film weight, but I wonder if it's even deserved. Lee likes to play with people because he gets away with it. I see him as an upper middle class black person who is a little bit disdainful of his parents achievements, because his upbringing doesn't fit the street cred script he prefers to peddle. Yes, he's an "artist," but ultiimately he is a dishonest one.
Dash it all James, you know you are a bourbon man to the fibers!
Spock's straightening of his uniform as he is dying was an important action that most people missed.
With his dying breath, he was honoring the ideals by which he lived by. He loved Starfleet, and what it represented.
He loved Kirk too, and Bones (although he would never admit it to him) and the ship he served...
But it was Starfleet that came first. Jim came a very, very close second.
The needs of the many, was what he served. You could tell that he was proud to do just that.
By the way, I loved that line "Silk bow, tied around a hand grenade". Can I steal it?
I mean that seriously.
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