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John Waters: Subverting Suburbia


In 1970s Baltimore, a brash, young director behind a pencil thin mustache began making some of the most bizarre and shocking films anyone had seen. 89 more words


Day 8

The amount of time I’ve found in my day has doubled, no tripled, since I stopped drinking. I get so much done now. It might be helpful that I am not working right now, so there is an extra 8 hours each day, and then add to that the 5 hours I would spend drinking at the end of the day, I guess it’s not really very surprising that I have found a lot of extra time to do things that need to be done. 424 more words



I had been spending a few days observing these graceful long legged birds, the Caribbean Flamingo Phoenicopterus ruber in Singapore. They have the brightest plumage of all the flamingo species but are not born with their beautiful pink plumage. 173 more words


Photos: Birds 007

This is one of many photos I have in my Zazzle Gallery. To see all my work please go to http://www.zazzle.com/pasta26mc

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Lawn Ornaments, the history of our front yards

The outdoors ,for many, is as important for self expression as the indoors. This is very apparent at the current special exhibit at the Cheshire Historical Society in Keene NH on the history of lawn ornaments. 485 more words

What the F*** Do You Say About 'Pink Flamingos' (1972)?

Pink Flamingos (1972)
Directed by John Waters.
Starring Divine, Edith Massey, and Mink Stole.
MPAA: X/NC-17. Language, nudity, sexual content, unsimulated fellatio, murders, cannibalism, the death of a chicken, and just general filth and disgust. 854 more words

Movie Review

Flavorwire Interview: John Waters on No-Budget Filmmaking, 'Multiple Maniacs,' and If He'll Direct Again

There are few truisms that nearly everyone in entertainment journalism can agree on, but here’s one of them: John Waters is a great interview. Candid, funny, dirty, and wise, the 70-year-old director of… 3,408 more words