Bringing TV Glitter to Our Town

Stacey Honowitz yaks it up on the evening talk-show circuit

If the people with brains in fact did ditch the stupids, they wasted no time in peppering the new site with the unmistakable stamp of Fort La Ti Da. Tailpipe reviewed some of the pioneers.

The first want ad: "im a drummer looking for COVER band! influences are all alternative, classic rock, punk, pop, anything girls will dance too. looking for a band of good guys who want to jam and have fun, 20 yrs ext and ready to go."

The first "casual encounter" personal ad: "NO STRINGS BJ FOR BI/STRAIGHT - m4m - 37. GREAT WAY TO END A WEEKEND WITH NO STRINGS AWESOME BJ - HOST OR TRVAEL REPLY WITH PICS AND STATS."

The first post on the "rants and raves" section railed against Republicans in nonhilarious fashion. The 'Pipe was more taken with the third post: "We just purchased in January a luxury condo in Broward, just this week a renter moves in the area and decides to park his State Trooper car next to all the Mercedes and jaguars. If there are no commercial vehicles allowed because of the ugly lettering, isn't this the same thing? It was nice to know we were surrounded by professionals but now this police vehicle implies white trash."

Should this kind of tackiness actually be allowed in our fair city?

— As told to Edmund Newton

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