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  1. says

    the salon piece on the Mormon wife is a terrific read.
    and this is the reality of a great many modern-day religions – they don’t just wreak havoc on lgbt people or couples.

    and ya gotta love ‘jan pehchan ho’ – which many art-film lovers will remember from being featured in the opening scenes of “Ghost World”

  2. peterparker says

    Whatever links you click on, be sure to go to the “gay marriage rant” by Jamie Kilstein. It’s f*cking hysterical!

    As a side note…why is towleroad censoring comments that have curse words in them? It’s really asinine.

  3. peterparker says

    Whatever links you click on, be sure to go to the “gay marriage rant” by Jamie Kilstein. It’s f*cking hysterical!

    As a side note…why is towleroad censoring comments that have curse words in them? It’s really asinine.

  4. Jerry says

    Jamie Kilstein is made of awesome. I’ve watched that Green Room episode about fifty times, principally because that episode’s panel was about as close to perfect as Provenza could have assembled, given the connections between the four comedians before the episode was taped.

    I still think that Lewis Black and Kathleen Madigan would destroy the world if they ever got off the pot and married each other, but hey, they’re still pretty cool just living in sin from time to time.

  5. Grady says

    I’ve been enjoying Jaan Pehechaan Ho since discovering it in in the 2001 film Ghost World. The music video is one of the DVD extras. I never get tired of it. The girl in the gold dress is pure joy.

  6. Steve says

    For the love of GOD, don’t say “Frisco”. Frisco is a city north of Dallas, in Texas. They city to which you refer in Northern California is San Fransisco. If you have to abbreviate, well, don’t. Thanks.

  7. andrew says

    The British can have their Queen. She is a good tourist attraction for Britain. I don’t understand how self respecting Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders etc can accept a foreigner as their Head of State.

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