Friday, December 24, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Posted by Chloe Grace at 2:58 AM
Divine (October 19, 1945 – March 7, 1988), born Harris Glenn Milstead, was an American actor, singer and drag queen. Described by People magazine as the "Drag Queen of the Century," Divine often performed female roles in both cinema and theater and also appeared in women's wear in musical performances. Even so, he considered himself to be a character actor and performed male roles in a number of his later films. He was often associated with independent filmmaker John Waters and starred in ten of Waters's films, usually in a leading role. Concurrent with his acting career, he also had a successful career as a disco singer during the 1980s, at one point being described as "the most successful and in-demand disco performer in the world."
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, into a conservative family, he became involved with John Waters and his acting troupe, the Dreamlanders, in the mid-1960s and starred in a number of Waters's early films such as Mondo Trasho, Multiple Maniacs, Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble. These films have since become cult classics. In the 1970s, Milstead made the transition to theater and appeared in a number of productions, including Women Behind Bars and The Neon Woman, while continuing to star in such films as Polyester, Lust in the Dust and Hairspray.
Posted by Chloe Grace at 2:49 AM
"I don't consider writing a quiet, closet act.
I consider it a real physical act.
When I'm home writing on the typewriter, I go crazy.
I move like a monkey.
I've wet myself, I've come in my pants writing."
Perfect Moon by Patti Smith
I am calling
your naked neck
I am with you
to thy great
I am yours
Posted by Chloe Grace at 12:40 AM
I now have three of his records ahahahah.
He was one of the first classically trained sitar composure's to compose both pop and classical pieces that the western world really took notice of.
He also happens to be Nora Jone's father...........i don't think she likes him very much ? maybe now? hmmmmmmmmmmmm? enjoy... boing boing boing xoxoxo
As a musician/ composer i love him and I can relaly visualise all the movements and stories with in his pieces
Posted by Chloe Grace at 12:13 AM
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
The Summer of Love was a social phenomenon that occurred during summer of 1967, when as many as 100,000 people converged on the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, creating a cultural and political rebellion. While hippies also gathered in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Seattle, Portland, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, and across Europe, San Francisco was the center of the hippie revolution, a melting pot of music, psychoactive drugs, sexual freedom, creative expression, and politics. The Summer of Love became a defining moment of the 1960s, as the hippie counterculture movement came into public awareness.This unprecedented gathering of young people is often considered to have been a social experiment, because of alternative lifestyles that became common, both during the summer itself and during subsequent years. These lifestyles included communal living; the free and communal sharing of resources, often among total strangers; and free love.
Ironically, the summer of 1967 also saw some of the worst violence in US cities in the country's history — this was because of the race riots that occurred in places such as Detroit and Newark. This aspect of the summer of 1967 is often called "The Long, Hot Summer". The cause of this violence is generally attributed to racial discrimination against African-Americans and the frustration and anger it inspired in Blacks.
Hauntingly beautiful It is hard to believe that these images are real, And i hope to bare witness to them myself one day.
Auroras are beautiful, mysterious lights seen in the night sky most often in a spiral or a fall.
They appear to be caused by the sun Jets/heavy streams of electrified particles speed toward the earth - between 6 & 600 miles above the earth. Then the solar particles strike the gas particles in our earth atmosphere which causes them to glow and vibrate.
Auroras are seen most n the far north and south, as the solar particles towards the earths poles
as they enter the earths magnetic field.
A drapery Aurora is one of the Loveliest types. In some Auroras, colours can be even more spectacular.
Different gasses in our atmosphere give of different light and colours when struck by solar radiation.
For example - Oxygen = green or red lights
Nitrogen = blues.
And so forth. whoo!
It's like something out of "fantasia' so so so fucking surreal xo
Posted by Chloe Grace at 11:36 PM
Dormice are usually found in Europe. Their name is derived from the French "dormice" meaning -"to sleep", and it's it their habit of spending cold winter months in a deep sleep. They store up fat in their bodies during Autumn and lay a good supply of food in their nest should they actually arise from their deep slumbers - with tails over head that has made them famous............they wake in spring time SO CUTE xoxox
Posted by Chloe Grace at 11:17 PM
Thursday, December 9, 2010
I hope my good old asshole holds out
60 years it's been mostly OK
Tho in Bolivia a fissure operation
survived the altiplano hospital--
a little blood, no polyps, occasionally
a small hemorrhoid
active, eager, receptive to phallus
coke bottle, candle, carrot
banana & fingers -
Now AIDS makes it shy, but still
eager to serve -
out with the dumps, in with the condom'd
orgasmic friend -
still rubbery muscular,
unashamed wide open for joy
But another 20 years who knows,
old folks got troubles everywhere -
necks, prostates, stomachs, joints--
Hope the old hole stays young
till death, relax
Posted by Chloe Grace at 5:24 PM
so so so much fun, care to dance with a poor soul?? DANCE WITH MEEEEEEEEEE xo
Posted by Chloe Grace at 5:16 PM
Posted by Chloe Grace at 5:11 PM
ugh! don't deny yourself PRETTY ox
Posted by Chloe Grace at 5:05 PM