Wednesday, February 20, 2008

MORE PHOTOS from Friday!


By the time I finish with all these photos, it'll be time for our next party, this FRIDAY - Feb 22nd!

WOO-HOO!!

What's the theme? The theme this Friday, is "have a good time", that's the theme.

The next party, after this one, will be on Friday March 14, and then once a month, going forward.

Gio and I have not decided on a theme yet for March.

We're still "debating", as Italians do.


Look forward to seeing you on Friday!

Thank you to Ms. Chiffon for these photos!




























































25 comments:

Rose Marie said...

FOR THE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION OF ALL CONCERNED WOMEN OF HUDSON!

The LDCC (Lucille Drive Crafting) Club) is holding an emergency joint session today along with the HLRWB (Hudson League of Republican Women Bowlers) at Melino's Pub at 2:00 pm to discuss these shameful photos and what can be done to thwart the latest wave of urban degeneracy hitting Hudson.

All ladies are welcome - irregardless of which ward you reside. Donations to our liquid refreshment fund will be accepted at the door.

Anonymous said...

The theme this Friday is Have A Good Time ?

That's great I love Al Green!

Anonymous said...

Are all concerned women of Hudson welcome regardless of sex?

Anonymous said...

put a cork in it Rose Marie from the looks of these pictures half the room were your fellow AARP members

Anonymous said...

The theme of this next Friday's party is "Good Times"???

Dy-no-mite!!!

Thelma! J.J.! Michael! Willona! Florida! Ja'reem! Big Momma!

Neely O'Hara said...

... oh my God, it's a wig! HER HAIR'S AS PHONY AS SHE IS!

Ted Casablanca said...

That little whore makes me feel nine feet tall!

Tippy said...

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Big Momma said...

Well Rose Marie - I for one will not be supporting you or the ladies tonight! We need to support the youth of Hudson and keep them off the river banks. I think that Trixie Starr is doing a wonderful thing and she should run for Mayor of Hudson.
There I said it, Trixie Starr for Mayor!
She would lower taxes with you ideas of bringing Diamond Street back its glory days.
Keep the old whores off the street and off of social security by employing them as Madams.
The toothless youth of this town would have something to aspire to, she would give them a future a way to support their bastard children and support the drug dealing old man when he is locked up for his stint in prison.
We would save money on electricity by keeping the alley's dark so the girls could work…
I say keep up the good work Trixie Starr, keep up the good work.

Love you biggest fan (in more ways than one)
Big Momma

wikipedia said...

Trixie Friganza easily made the transition from musical comedy to vaudeville though her first vaudeville appearance is a contested matter. The newspaper, Brooklyn Eagle claims that her debut was at Keeney’s Theatre, May 6, 1905, whereas the Encyclopedia of Vaudeville lists her first appearance at the Hammerstein’s Theatre in New York, NY, in the summer of 1906. Regardless, from that time forward she shuttled back and forth between the theatre and the vaudeville stage until 1912-1913 when she began working primarily within the vaudeville circuit. Her fame as a comic actress buoyed her success and she soon became a headliner, given top billing in the shows.

She performed many successful acts, many of which revolved around her plus-sized figure, which she described as the “perfect forty-six”, and the trials and tribulations of love (Slide, Encyclopedia of Vaudeville, pg. 199). She was an advocate for being plump, topping the scales herself at 180 lbs, and went as far as suggesting that her success as a comic correlated directly to her mass. On July 21, 1915, the Dramatic Mirror reported successful completion of a 75-week tour on the Keith vaudeville circuit; during that span of time she never missed a performance, never was late or was involved in any altercations with the stage or house manager.

Trixie Friganza was civic minded and socially attuned. She was not progressive by our standards, but for a woman at the turn of the twentieth century to align herself with women’s suffrage and to promote a positive female body image was pretty radical. On October 28, 1908, Trixie attended a women’s suffrage rally at New York City Hall where she delivered a speech for women’s rights. She donated money to the cause and repeatedly went on record as an advocate for women’s rights, equality and independence. Her own personal life is consistent with those ideals; having taken her mother’s maiden name and refusing to leave her career in spite of marriage, she defied society’s proprieties and norms, modeling what Susan Glenn calls "New Woman".

Trixie Friganza was quite a beauty, thick and thin, and though she used her occasional single status to sing songs (like “No Wedding Bells for Me”) and make jokes about being desperate for a man, she had many beaus. Her first marriage was to an unknown man in the late 1890’s and newspapers reported that she was divorced from this “John Doe” in September of 1899.

At the age of 79, in an interview with the L.A. Times, she confessed to enjoying watching TV a great deal saying, “that’s where vaudeville has gone –into television” (Slide, Encyclopedia… pg. 199).

Anonymous said...

Hey Trixie all the testosterone from your gender reassignment seems to be taking. When are you going in for the FTM surgery?

Anonymous said...

By the time you finish editing these pictures Trixie Starr you'll be home eating jello and watching TV with Trixie Friganza!

North Fifth Street said...

Big Momma better watch her sassy mouth and her ass I heard she went north as a mule and still hasn't crossed the border back yet...

Anonymous said...

Yeah well I heard Big Momma went WITH a mule. That Ja'reem is a donkey...

Anonymous said...

Trixie Koontz, the Golden Retriever companion of Dean Koontz, is a retired guide dog and the purported author of Life Is Good. Trixie passed away on 6/30/07 at home. She was euthanized on her favorite couch with Koontz and his wife holding her in their arms. She had a tumor in her heart.

Mister BBC said...

In Acorn Antiques: The Musical! Trixie Trouble is a fiesty, tarty femme fatale who works in the antiques packing department until she discovers she is Miss Babs' daughter. After her off-screen marriage to Bobby she mentions having had jaundice, 'lots of' extramarital relationships (which may have included Derek, with whom she was in a car crash), and is seduced by her mother's cousin Jerez, shortly before she briefly runs away to Morocco with Derek. She returns to become a nun, and later a Mother Superior.

Anonymous said...

Mother Superior?

Sister Posterior is more like it.

Anonymous said...

Mary Magdalene's feast day is July 22nd... are you going to have a party for her Trixie?

Anonymous said...

I think it is more likely that Trixie holds a party for FEET day

Big Momma said...

All y'all can kiss Big Momma's black ass! If I had a cock I would make you suckit, it I wan'ted to be covered in shit I would stick my foot up you dirty narrow white ass... Meet me in Big Lot's parking lot and talk that trash, you little candy ass mother fucker!
Don't make me snatch my weave and bust some ass up in here.

As Alway - Love
Big Momma

Big Momma said...

Trixxie Starr - You know I am your BIGGEST fan, right! Will you have the asshole meter installed this week to stop them at the door. A lot of these dirty white boys like to talk shit gurl. We need to let then know they can't be pushing us big boned gurls around.
xoxoxo
Big Momma

Trixie said...

The "Assholometer" is fixed.

there's over 150,000 miles on it, though.

TGIFridays said...

Trixie I think this Friday's party should be called HAIR OF THE DOG THAT BIT YOU

North Fifth Street said...

Rose Marie, as usual you're the only voice of sanity on this blog.

Yes, Hudson has problems. Its biggest problem is listening to jerks that don't want change and vote down any industry. All these antique shops bring NOTHING to the city. Its the NIMBY attitude that has helped destroy what is left of Hudson. When that dies they too will leave.

Thirty years ago Hudson was a vibrant growing city. Now its a den of degenerates.

Rose Marie said...

Yes, you understand! We need clean new businesses and industries, not new people. Men in makeup and tutus? Not in Rose Marie's backyard! In the old days we could have put up moats and drawbridges and have been able to put all this newbie "urban progress" to a stop. I'm all for starting a group called HAVEN - Hudsonians Against Virtually Everyone New. Who's with me on this!