Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Only in Hudson, Kids, Only in Hudson

Wow this is cool Trixie - my first real blog posting! It's me Agnes. Tippy's helping me out here with the computer stuff at the Muddy Cup...

So I met this wacky chick named Cindy once in Claverack at a roadhouse near the Merchant Ivory palazzo. She was hip, she bought me a few drinks and let me bum a KOOL.

I was just reading some paper this morning outta the trash can and there she was in the New York Post! Talking about that fag senator just like you've been Trixie! And now I'm online talking about her!

Cindy in the NYPOST!

"I HAVE nothing for this ruined ex- politico ex-senator ex-nice family man Larry Craig. Never met him. Never heard of him before. I don't care a fig about him. I don't care about Idaho either. I don't even know where that is, other than you get to Chicago and make a left. Aside from a baked potato topped with sour cream, who-the-hell ever makes mention of Idaho? So, I have no horse in this race. It's just that in my limited, not-very-smart view, his guilt is primarily hypocrisy.

The rest of the crime, if in fact Craig is gay, is of our making. The tawdry solicitation leaves us partly to blame. Draping homosexuality in shame is what forces the weak to hide and lie and rail against it publicly in order to cover themselves privately. A guess would be he spoke and voted and campaigned against it in fear for himself. To draw a curtain around his own being. Those Enron guys probably didn't start out bilking billions. They started small. A little here, a bit more there. It's always the first step. Suddenly you're in it up to your eyeballs. Same with this shivering little scared mess of a man. Terrified of his own self, he early on made one statement. Then maybe had to back it up. Then he maybe enlarged it. All in mortal dread that his innermost voice might make itself heard.

Possibly someday, if all of us, each with our own demons, could wash away the stain of whatever tints our sexuality, this pathetic soul would never have picked a bathroom for a bedroom."

She uses too many highfalutin words here but still ain't that a gasser? Small world Cindy and me huh two old broads in a pod.

Your Reporter Agnes

PS: my BBQ friends Two in Greenport just sent me this!


Anonymous said...

Yea! Family values! Homosexual agenda! You go Cindy!!!

Anonymous said...

Orange: the most flamboyant color on the planet! It's associated with a new dawn in attitude. Orange is the color tied most to fun times, happy and energetic days, warmth and organic products. It is also associated with ambition. There is nothing even remotely calm associated with this color.

Agnes said...

"AS for this Larry Craig of Idaho thing. You show me a politician who diddles in a men's room, and I'll show you a leak in the Senate."

Anonymous said...

Craig has since said that his guilty plea to the misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge was a mistake.

Can't we show some respect for elderly homosexuals? Can't we just dress him up in a boa and put him in the Stonewall Veterans convertible that follows Dykes on Bikes opening the annual Pride March???

Anonymous said...

Some days we just want to give Cindy a great big old hug.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, and some days we just want to shove her in front of a taxi.

Anonymous said...

OK - so I was told by these really nice guys to bring cheer to this site.
Come on one and all to Col-Greene Comm College for October production of "Peter Pan"! Let's forget about all that is real and escape to Neverland! Spotty Dog has tickets!