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  • #107730

    ignant666
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    This was a joke, david.

    Probably most who pursue “strategies of seduction” rather than “just being themselves” (as you so sagely advise) prefer first dates at romantic restaurants, or going to see a romantic or scary movie, or any of the other first-date staples advised on bazillions of websites for both men and women, rather than going to see a couple stridently feminist/genderqueer, musically abrasive punk-rock bands.

    #107731

    dom
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    I don’t go on dates unless they are already intimate with me.

    What I mean is a date should not be some sort of “seduction strategy”. That should’ve been well dealt with before the date.

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    #107735

    Tiger
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    A being coughs up a self with strategies

    #107736

    elitemachinery
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    @dom said:

    I don’t go on dates unless they are already intimate with me.

    What I mean is a date should not be some sort of “seduction strategy”. That should’ve been well dealt with before the date.

    While I was in the adult/porn biz I was once having sex with a gal and we were chatting about mutual friends we had as we humped in between takes. At one point she asked to me to join her on a night out. I had to laugh. Did i just get asked out on a date while having sex? In porn we did everything backwards.

    This song reminds me of Eddie Nash’s dance club on Hollywood Blvd “The Seven Seas” around 1984 not long before it closed.

    #107737

    ignant666
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    I don’t go on dates unless they are already intimate with me.

    Aha. How do you become “intimate” with them in the first place?

    I was out with an ex-girlfriend in a bar in Brooklyn. She decided i should have sex with a very tall beautiful woman with short hair and black clothing. I talked to said woman for a while, but she was heading home early because it was a school night and she was a gym teacher. i said “Oh, do you want to go see some punk rock bands tomorrow night?” (a Friday).

    We went to see the bands, and then went to a bar and talked for a while. She turned out not to be a genuine punk-rock bohemian weirdo-person at all, but rather a somewhat dull woman who preferred sports to music. Due to mutual lack of interest, we didn’t see each other again.

    I am sorry if this sequence of events does not meet with your approval.

    My approach to first dates, and dating in general, is considerably changed, as my wife disapproves of this.

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    #107743

    dom
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    I don’t go on dates unless they are already intimate with me.
    Aha. How do you become “intimate” with them in the first place
    ?

    Communication for a start. One can ‘go and see a band together’ or the like after she’s come down to your place or vice versa. I don’t go to see bands willy-nilly, if it’s a band I really do want to see, who I’m with is irrelevant because I won’t have my attention on them anyway.

    Certain women will do you anytime and anyplace….hmmm…now where have I heard that before?

    @eliremachinery

    That’s very funny and you’re crazy, I mean that in a good way.

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    #107747

    dom
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    ok boys SMILE! it’s a photo shoot!

    Everything you need to know about the U.K. right here;

    and with Elizabeth Fraser on backing vocals;

    (don’t make me inform you who Elizabeth Fraser is please)

    #107817

    elitemachinery
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    PERFORMANCE soundtrack:

    #107853

    ignant666
    Participant

    Absolutely no connection between current events and my posting this glam dance classic- why do you ask?

    Interestingly for students of languages, the title of this 70s favorite is “Na na hey hey, küss ihn auf Wiedersehen” in German, and “Na na hey hey, 키스 그에게 작별 인사/Na na hey hey, kiseu geuege jagbyeol insa” in Korean.

    #107923

    ignant666
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    Now that i have “outed” myself in the “Great and Powerful Los” thread, here are links to my old NYHC band Ring Of Fire’s 1984 Common Enemy EP (sorry, no youtube that i know of, probably should put it up there).

    i was the “singer” and wrote most of the songs.

    Download: http://systemsabotagechaos.blogspot.com/2008/06/ring-of-fire-common-enemy-mlp.html

    Podcast with entire EP: http://dontfreakaudiozine.libsyn.com/ep-18-dont-freak-its-early-80s-nyhc-with-ring-of-fire
    [podcaster is mistaken that there were only 100 copies; there were 1000 pressed, but 100 sold may well be accurate, we gave away a lot– i have a fan postcard from Jello Biafra]

    Have at it, kids.

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    #107927

    ignant666
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    Here is the cover of , and a description of, my turn-of-the-millenium band The Kenn Firpo Rent Explosion’s Mean Mean Bunny LP. I played theremin, and engineered and produced the record you can’t download because the link is dead and i have to find the files to re-up:

    Firpos cover

    http://livecheapordie.blogspot.com/2008/06/coming-soon-kenn-firpo-rent-explosion.html

    Note link to “The Aleister Crowley Society”, aka this place, in sidebar.

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    #107939

    elitemachinery
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    @ignant666 are u sure u didn’t smoke theremin and play bass? The rabbit suggests a psyop. It’s ok im hip lol. Bandcamp is free. Get it hosted and let’s hear it. I’m always disappointed when people have had bands for years in the 80’s-90’s but never made any records. That’s what the whole DIY movement was about just do it and release it.

    I caught the tail end of LA’s best punk rock club Cathay De Grande in 1984 right before it closed. I’m sorry I missed the years prior. I saw the Minutemen once at Anti-Club right before the singer died. But I was never much of a scenster. I really liked the scene though.

    First time I dropped acid my friend and I went to Cathay De Grande and the Dead Kennedys had just played the OLympic Auditorium and there were a bunch of nazi skinheads outside Cathay rumbling with the DK crowd. I think it was august 10, 1984.

    Finally got it together to release some DIY recordings in the 90’s. Will post when I get them uploaded again.

    #107941

    elitemachinery
    Participant

    from:

    https://dangerousminds.net/comments/dead_kennedys_international_punk_event_at_the_olympic_auditorium_1984

    “Incendiary pro-shot Dead Kennedys set from the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, 1984. This was the infamous “International Event” concert held on August 10th that ended in a riot (like many hardcore shows in Los Angeles did at that time, especially ones held at the Olympic, once a boxing arena, now a church). Note that tickets were just $7.50!”

    #107944

    elitemachinery
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    #107949

    ignant666
    Participant

    Replying to your discussion of NYC etc in “Los” thread:

    Cute teenage boys always got in, provided they could dress, and were not in a group with no girls. I think you were too young to drink legally in NY at 19 in 1985, not that we cared about that as long as you looked right. I went to Danceteria on my first date with my future first wife a year or two before that; she was 17 at the time, and had been a regular at Danceteria and other NYC clubs since she was 15.

    We had a very strict “No groups of unescorted straight men” policy, unless you were known. We let in all the original hardcore kids (Beastie Boys, Murphy’s Law, etc) even though they were nothing but trouble, and way too young to drink legally (we gave them (free) drink tickets anyway), and would typically show up with like 12 boys and 3 girls. The trouble they brought was usually entertaining, and seldom involved the two things we did not allow ever– harassing women, or gay men.

    Of course we made mistakes, and let the wrong straight men in from time to time, and then we ended any trouble. We got shot at outside the club a couple times by dudes we had thrown out. The best one was a drive-by with these black kids shouting “Shoot the faggot!”. Of course the heterosexual door staff were ducking too, in case his aim was bad, but we were laughing our asses off. All the shots missed BTW. Bouncer humor.

    The stories are endless. We could never get the phone answered in the daytime (when deliveries come), because the, um, Italian part-owner was always hiring hot girls as day receptionist, and luring them off to do coke and have sex with him. The other owner, Rudolph, a Brazilian/German son of an SS “refugee”, hired a very voluptuous, Divine-esque transgender person well known to be HIV positive (since she would tell everyone all the time) called International Chrysis as receptionist. The phone got answered on the first ring after that.

    As to the cops, cocaine, and gambling, neighborhood after-hours clubs you mention, in the 80s i was a regular at the Kiwi Artists Social Club, Brownies (later a legal venue), and the legendary A-7, all three in the East Village (Manhattan). All had music instead of gambling (Kiwi and Brownies had the poker machines, but the owner of A-7 was an insane Rasta base-head called Arthur who the mafia considered too much of a pain to deal with), but were the type of place you mention, except no cops.

    In Brooklyn, i later became a regular at Cokie’s Place, which was cocaine, live salsa, and lots of cops and drug dealers socializing. Cokie was the original owner’s name. A “coqui” is a kind of Puerto Rican frog, but the name was a pretty obvious pun. It was the kind of place you could go to on Thursday night, and go home on Monday morning.

    They used to get raided every New Year’s Eve. The first time it happened, i got all nervous and gave my bag of coke to a detective i was hanging out with to hold while the cops were there. I later realized they were just getting paid and had no ill intentions. The club got greedy, and started letting in a whole lot of hipsters, stopped the live music, and had way worse coke. Then the precinct got this very aggressive new captain, and all that ended.

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