And I can't forget The Turning Point. That musing look on her face.
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beautiful article for a beautiful free spirit...I wish Chan was touring more often in France!!
It's a line from an episode... the one where Jerry is dating Terri Hatcher and she calls him and Elaine mentally ill for trying to figure out if her 'assets' are real or not. By the way, they were real and they were spectacular.
Guess you're not a fan from New York.
Groan-worthy headline. Mental illness is an actual, real thing, not a pithy way of talking about Seinfeld.
Oh yea one other thing,,, mother fuck the DEA, them faggits are one of theost structured gangs in the country
Take drugs off the street put the original dealer in jail put the drugs back on the street but you motherfuckers worried about a little bit of pot being grown you joking right
I don't know what crew your talking about but the one I ran with the one that's been tattooed on my shoulder ( TMR )since my youth , has made me what I am today standup motherfucker that's got principles morals and values that puts his family first because when I ran the streets I put that family (TMR) first ,, we grew up in a time when numbers were important if you were alone the streets Ate you up we weren't having that as far as that racists opinion racist outlook that you got on us as a whole is the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard in my life
Hey here is a brainstorm for you want to do a little background research find out exactly all the different ethnic backgrounds of the individuals that were crew back then and do some more research and find out where most of us are today
Cause I know wihere most of us are today working regular type jobs Busting our asses swinging hammers owning homes raising children paying property tax paid school tax and trying to live and PS for the record that bullshit statement that stereotype statement that you made about Irish people dispute resolution consuming fermented grains
You're quite the fucking clown I love to really stereotype my people Irish people and smack the living shit out of you
THE MOTHER FUCKING
How is this a film festival by Brooklyn, About Brooklyn when all of the places you are screening and all of the filmmakers you are showcasing hail from the predominantly hipster white areas? If you're going to do that, fine, it's your prerogative. But don't front like that represents the whole of "Brooklyn." Besides, most of you guys just got here five years ago.
I know the app itself is free but how much does it really cost to use it? I ask that because other dating sites let you use it for free for like a week and then charge you to really use the site.
Way late on a reply here, but thought I might as well:
We're introduced to Murray's proposal so quickly that I didn't have much time to register that he was "amplifying" his dermatologist's wishes; or to understand why his dermatologist would discuss this with him; or why the dermatologist would nonetheless be willing to pay top dollar for the privilege of meeting a guy who's generally pretty nice.
I didn't find the scene where Murray "convinced" Avigal that she needs physical contact particularly convincing itself, maybe because it utterly lacked any details, and for some reason the movie relies on the massage table to convey what she's been told about this guy. I didn't find this cleverly subtle; I just found it confusing, why the movie didn't have Allen's character come out and refer to him as a masseur or something to that effect. And it still wasn't clear to me whether Turturro knew what Avigal wanted. Or why she was attracted to him beyond him treating her with basic human decency. Or why she was attracted to Liev Schreiber's character, for that matter.
It's the movie that I found utterly unfamiliar with human relationships. I think in general, they're more spoken than Turturro realizes.
Some audiences seem to like it, though, and it certainly got some decent reviews. But to me it feels like a rough draft at best.
This was a pretty lame segment, but I do think the "lack of teeth" was consistent with how the Daily Show covers random semi-local stories that are newsworthy for a day. If there's a good parallel or connection to a national story, he ties it to the larger issue and often finds that magical place where comedic gold and social commentary are one in the same.
However, Stewart tries to avoid making every story about a larger issue (that is sort of Fox News' shtick). Keeping things light maintains an important balance that keeps the show from being too preachy and is part of his whole "you can't take me seriously, I'm just making jokes" defense.
In this case, there was no real connection to anything interesting so they decided to cover it lightly. I'm not sure why the writers couldn't think of anything other than hand-puppets... perhaps they were imagining the myriad ways they could have covered it if Staten Island was part of New Jersey and Grimm had ties to Christie?
Paul was unable to find the trigger.
I grew up going to CBGB's and L'amour.
Real Brooklyn* needs a new club for Rock, Metal.
*Meaning outside of Greenpoint, Wburgh etc*
Remember like it was yesterday when Carnovore played! Home away from home! Missed!
i live a blocks away from the club ironicly having bought my house with my Wife which whom i met at tbe club in 1992. My favorite band Hades was playing that night (they regrouped as Non Fiction). I recall having to trek to Lamour on a bus or catching a ride and then getting stuck there at 2:AM many times walking the 4 miles home kicking a can all the way home drunk off my ass too!
i'd pass out till the next day and do it all again if a good band was playing the next night!
it was awkward
My 2nd home in the 80s and early 90s. There will never be another..
Been to all the rest, fuckin L'amours was definitely the best \m/ , , \m/
I think I must have seen a different play than you. I've been twice now, before and after opening and saw a play with great heart, where humor and tears are so intertwined that you are sometimes still laughing when you realize the heart has been yanked out of you. The acting is stellar with Daniel giving life and soul to Billy, Sarah Green providing sass and swearing as his crush Helen and an exceedingly funny and fine supporting cast.
Every one of the characters has a depth to them and sides that the audience has to pay attention to see. It's not a bit of fluff, but a story of pain and a great love that too often has difficulty showing itself. I'd advise you to go back again with less prejudice and more heart and you will see why the play gets a standing ovation every show.
Isn't this a variation on The First Wives Club?
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