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  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
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  • (The Women (2008 film)) The Women is a 2008 American comedy film written, produced and directed by Diane English. The screenplay is an updated version of the George Cukor-directed 1939 film of the same name based on a 1936 play by Clare Boothe Luce.
  • (Women) A woman (pl: women) is a female human. The term woman is usually reserved for an adult, with the term girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent.
  • (The Women (novel)) The Women is a 2009 novel by T. C. Boyle. It is a biographical novel of Frank Lloyd Wright, told through his relationships with four women: the young Serbian dancer Olgivanna; Miriam, the morphine-addicted and obsessive Southern belle; Mamah, whose life ended tragically in a
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  • Mourn; lament
  • complain: express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness; "My mother complains all day"; "She has a lot to kick about"
  • apparent: clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; "the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
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  • Emit a mournful or plaintive sound
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OMG !! MY MCR TICKET
OMG !! MY MCR TICKET
Woo !! I finaly got it !! It was a moment I had to frame (not actually, but I did take a pic of it, so ... ) anyway !! Im so happy !! This is it !! The concert is in april ! 1st !! funniest MCR quotes 393 days ago "Hey, girls, you're beautiful. Don't look at those stupid magazines with sticklike models. Eat healthy and exercise. That's all. Don't let anyone tell you you're not good enough. You're good enough, you are too good. Love your family with all your heart and listen to it. You are gorgeous, whether you're a size 3 or 14. It doesn't matter what you look like on the outside, as long as you're a good person, as long as you respect others. I know it's been told hundreds of times before, but it's true. Hey, girls, you are beautiful." "A sock. I don't need this, you can have that back now." Show in Detroit, Joe Louis Arena after fans threw various "gifts" (socks) on stage "We are the Black Parade! Coming up next is My Chemical Romance...at least, if you're into that kinda stuff." show in Hartford CT 2007 (To audience)"I saw a sparkler out there, that shit's gotta be illegal! That's ok though, I appreciate that sparkler. As long as you don't have any fuckin' bottle rockets I'm down with you, man." (To audience)"I know something you don't! And that is... I'm not wearing any underwear!" (Crowd screams) "We're gonna get sexy for a minute! Ooh. Lemme see you clap your hands." "At times there will be people out there who are willing to do anything to put you down! But don't EVER solve that with violence! Cause you're faster then them, better then them, and a HELL lot better looking then them!" Playing in Stockholm, November 8th 2006 "Mikey here thinks that nobody in here likes him..." Playing in Stockholm, November 8th 2006 Gerard: "Who wants to go out...not out with me, out of the mosh." MCR Concert, Luna Park BigTop, Sydney, Australia. 26th January 2007 Gerard: “What I did realize on the Big Day Out, and that is, that we don't fit in with fucking anybody!" *Crowds screams* January 23rd, Concert at The Tivoli, Brisbane "Look at me with my pretty bracelet and tiara, I'm a fuckin' princess!" "This room is weird. Like the shape of it. It's... odd..." Between songs while playing Festival Hall in Melbourne [29th January] "When you're touring and the minute you tell someone that you're from Jersey it's the equivalent of telling them you just got out of jail." "It takes me a while to tell stories. I think it's because I was drunk for three years." Alternative Press December 2004 "For me, [being onstage] is me being everything I always wanted to be," he says. "It erases everything I hate about myself. Nothing can hurt me. I feel invincible. I feel like everyone else on that stage is invincible and we're capable of anything. There's no stopping us." Alternative Press December 2004 "Uh, actually, we like to kidnap them in a van, and tie them up, and leave them somewhere dangerous. SURPRISE!" When asked what kinds of surprises the band likes to do for their fans on fuse TV.) "We have always had a desire to be a theatrical band, even when we were playing basements. You know we were the most theatrical band in a basement you probably would ever see." Frank: "It's true." Interview in L.A. "Be yourself, don't take anyone's shit, and never let them take you alive." The album booklet for the CD “Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge” "Well...it's funny you mention that, because I'm still living in a basement. I've just moved back in with my mom." When asked about life on the road and the transformation from basements to houses on MuchMusic. "If you're gonna buy me a present, don't spend more than twenty five bucks, you'll get a blowjob anyway." KROQ, rambling after performing 'Prison' "We're not a festival band, playing during the day was something we had to get over, I was like...uh, this sun stuff kind of sucks." "I'd enjoy it if a guy grabbed my ass. I guess it all depends on how he grabbed it, too." "If for one minute you think you're better than a sixteen-year-old girl in a Green Day t-shirt, you are sorely mistaken. Remember the first time you went to a show and saw your favorite band. You wore their shirt, and sang every word. You didn't know anything about scene politics, haircuts, or what was cool. All you knew was that this music made you feel different from anyone you shared a locker with. Someone finally understood you. This is what music is about." "It tastes like somebody stole my wallet." "Who is that worm?" After a driver almost hit fans at a show on December 10. Gerard then proceeded to chase the car) "Hey listen up! All you racists, sexists, homophobes, and just plain assholes, we've got a message for you...GO THE FUCK HOME! We don'
Findland - Chapter 2
Findland - Chapter 2
While he was able to get out of the museum before the pieces were put together, the same was not true for being able to get out of the city. Roadblocks were set up within the hour. There was no way for Hutch to get out without being noticed and he didn't even try. He checked in at a hotel (one twice as expensive as the one he was instructed to use) and sat there to wait it out. Within a few days the locals would be screaming for the roadblocks to be removed, more concerned with their own inconvenience than any museum piece, and the authorities would acquiesce. In the mean time Hutch read, swam laps in the pool and used the free weights. It was an odd twist of fate that frequently the only time he had to himself was downtime in the middle of a mission. On the fourth night of his stay in the hotel he sat in the bar drinking a scotch on the rocks (On actual rocks, not ice. Trellick custom held that drinking scotch on gray river rocks could help prevent a hangover. This was largely wishful thinking, though, unbeknownst to the Trellick, drinking scotch on gray river rocks decreased the probability of colon cancer. Not nearly as much as black river rocks would though.). Mercifully tonight there was a blues band rather than a jazz band as there had been the previous three nights. Hutch held an unwavering belief that no one actually liked jazz. Hutch surveyed the other patrons of the bar. A young couple on vacation eating in silence, two drunk businessmen speaking loudly and merrily with a professional girl whom Hutch had already sent away, she appeared to be older than either of the businessmen, but still presentable enough that they didn't seem to mind and a redhead at the other end of the bar sitting by herself. This wasn't a hard choice. He made his approach. “Buy you a drink?” The redhead sized Hutch up as he did the same to her. She was a woman, not a girl but still a couple years younger than him. Even sitting Hutch could tell she was more than a foot shorter than he. Her breasts and hips were only average but they appeared outsized on her small frame, a lovely hourglass figure. Her cheek bones were high and her skin fair. Her clothes were a firm rejection of the contemporary norm of women wearing mannish pants and shirts. “If you wanted to buy a woman's company you should have just gone with the working girl.” “It's not always possible to be a gentleman and a believer in equality.” The redhead rolled her head and sighed. “Fair enough Findlander, I'll have what you're having.” Hutch singled to the bartender to bring over two more scotches then turned back to the redhead “Was it my lack of vowel harmony?” “Your what?” Hutch reminded himself that unless a person had studied another language, they were unlikely to be aware of a metalanguage term like vowel harmony. “What gave me away?” There was no point in denying being a foreigner. “It's plain to see. You don't really see blue eyes on Trellicks.” Actually you didn't see blue eyes on that many Findlanders either, but it seemed to be a widely held belief that they all had them. “So what brings you out here Findlander?” “Business, but I'm also taking the opportunity to enjoy myself. And please call me Hutch.” “Do you have a first name Hutch?” “Just Hutch. What may I call you?” “Box.” The redhead replied with a smile. “Do you have a first name Box? “I do.” she replied with a hint of shyness. “It's Burgundy.” The bartender set down two glasses of scotch on the rocks. Hutch raised his glass. “So, Burgundy Box, here's to meeting new people.” Burgundy raised her glass “So, just Hutch, here's to taking the opportunity to enjoy yourself.” They clinked glasses and drank generously. As said Burgundy was a woman, not a girl; the main difference being that a girl doesn't really know what she wants but a woman does. So what followed was what happens when a man and woman have no reservations about what they want. Sometime later, in a forsaken hour, used by neither late night reveler nor early riser, Burgundy Box quietly slipped out of Hutch's bed, dressed, grabbed a leather bag and went for the door. As she put one foot through the door she tumbled to the ground. The leather bag, its handle wrapped around her wrist, snapped back when she reached the door, as if an invisible wire had been pulled taunt, knocking her to the ground. “Sorry Burgundy darling,” Hutch called out “but wouldn't go to bed with a stranger without protection. That bag has a charm on it that keeps it in the same room as me.” Miss Box didn't waste time feeling hurt or angry or even getting up; she assumed the most innocent look she could and replied “Alright handsome, you're no pushover. I've got a buyer lined up that will pay a thousand gold pieces for this jewel, I'll split it with you 50-50.” Hutch sat up, placed his chin in his hand and tapped the fingers of his other hand. With a chuckle he replied “I'm sorry, I could have sworn you said you had a buyer wi

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