Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Thanks for coming to BINGO on Tuesday! We had a GREAT turnout!

Also, don't forget the TOGA PARTY this SATURDAY.

So much fun. You don't want to miss it!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Tupperware and BINGO night tomorrow - Tuesday!

BINGO and Tupperware - two things that make America great!!!

Come play with Tupperware at 6pm, then BINGO starts at 7.

Get your Tupperware order in for the holidays!

Then, it's another exciting night of BINGO madness!

You may win a fabulous prize!

Saturday, November 21, 2009

UNITARD tonight in Hudson!!!

You hafta go.

It's gonna be great!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Marriage Equality - Call Senator Saland

Marriage Equality demonstration on the State Capital last night.

The State Senate is back in session and poised for a vote on gay marriage in New York!

Let's make it happen!!

Call our State Senator - Senator Saland (who is AGAINST gay marriage last time I heard) and tell him to support it!

Albany Office
617 Legislative Office Building
Albany, New York 12247

District Office
3 Neptune Road, Suite A19B
Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

Now, do I believe in gay marriage? Sure.

(I think that marriage shouldn't be legislated by the government AT or straight...but that's not really the issue. Or, there should be equal government 'civil unions' for gay and straight couples - as in France - and let the term 'marriage' be determined by the person's religion. But, that's not going to happen anytime soon....and any legislator that uses that argument to explain their "No Gay Marriage" vote - I think is bullshit.)

In the interest of EQUALITY - gay marriage should pass in the state of New York! Our State Senator - representing Dutchess and Columbia counties, should vote IN FAVOR of gay marriage.

Call him and let him know.

Now, what do I really think?

These state senators didn't want to vote on this issue until AFTER the election. They're afraid of being pegged for or against this issue.

Let's see how Saland votes.

You know that if he votes against it.....I'm organizing a Trixie's Whorehouse bus load of Hudsonians to pay him a visit.

Don't fuck with me, Saland....I've been to the RODEO!

Monday, November 9, 2009

BINGO Madness - this Tuesday @ pm, the wine bar

One more time!!

Tomorrow, come and play BINGO with you Hudsonian friends and neighbors!

FABULOUS prizes!

Hope to see you there!


Friday, November 6, 2009

Saturday - Deffebach Art Opening or Fat Guys with Back Hair --- You Decide!

I know guys who belong to TWO gyms in Manhattan.

One gym, they use for their serious work outs, the other more fashionable gym, was used just to walk around, look good, and meet guys.

They spent at about $200/month on gym memberships. More, if you include classes and accessories.....and protein drinks.

(There were various forms of PROTEIN DRINKS at these gyms, if you know what I mean....)

The point of working out six days/week is to be able to go to Fire Island and look glamorous.

Then, I moved upstate.

Little did I know that Albany has the third largest BEAR scene in the country! There was even a Logo special.

Here's the banner for Bear Albany. It's this weekend. Saturday is Bear Hugs night at Rocks, 77 Central Avenue.

For legal reasons, (maybe), they don't show the guy's faces in the ad....but their hairy backs, fine.

These guys don't worry about their gym memberships - even at the local Planet Fitness, which is $100 for an ENTIRE YEAR!

The last Bear Albany night I went to there were FREE Little Debbie snack cakes and hot dogs. You need to feed the Bears.

The Albany Bears are happy folk. They love to drink, eat and party.

Plus, there are plenty of thin twinkee, boys siding up to the Bears, who want some big "Bear Love".

....and Bears LOVE Twinkees - in all forms!

At Bear Albany parties, I feel thin and pretty! So, that's where I'll be Saturday night....Bear Albany! YAY!

If you don't want to go to Albany, then you can stay in Hudson and go to yet another art opening and try to put some intellectual meaning behind oil on canvas. There's one happening at the Deffebach Art Gallery, 135 Warrren St, on Saturday, November 7th from 6-8pm. Click on the image at top of the blog post and get the information.

You can stand back looking at art and drink some free wine - while I'll out partying with da Bears!


If you don't want to travel an hour to see fat guys with back hair, then I'm sure that something can be arranged for you here in Hudson.

Bears gotta eat - and Trixie is bringing her cream puff!

Have fun.


Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Short Is Not Always Bad - Wed - November 18th

OK -

If you missed the last one, you should come to this one.

Why? Because it's an excellent evening out.....and affordable.

This is what happens....

It's $10 Admission, another $10 if you want to eat dinner.

Doors open at 6:30pm, you watch a half dozen short films, then we stop for a dinner intermission.

During dinner, you get to sit down with your new/old friends, and maybe talk about the films you just watched.

Which beats sitting and listening to someone tell the same old tired story about how fabulous they once were......again....

Just a thought,

ps....the video will be up this weekend....

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Strong Smurfin' Coffee

This is one of Abel's works on display.

There's yet another artsy-fartsy reception in town on Friday.



Thing is, I actually like Abel's artwork, because it's simple and gets to the point.

This exhibit is called "Smurfette vs. Farrah". I get it.

I don't have to listen to some pretentious art snob 'explain' the meaning of the piece. I usually just smile at them and nod politely.

Thank you, Mr. Art Snob, for your post-modern, deconstructionist theories,
but since I've noticed you have a flat ass, I've stopped listening.

Let's take this opportunity to talk about the Smurfs.

For instance, why was there only ONE Smurfette?

Is the fact that there was only one Smurfette a feminist issue?

What would Gloria Steinem say about "Smurfette"?

What would Gloria Grahame say about "Smurfette"?

What would Gloria Bunker say about "Smurfette"?

Were all the rest of the Smurfs gay or did Smurfette get gang-banged every Friday and Saturday night?

I vote for all the Smurfs being gay.

Well....we have all seen that one straight gal at a party filled with gay men, right?

I guess that's what Smurfette's life was like - the pretty straight gal at a party of gay men - everyone having a smurfin' good time!

Monday, November 2, 2009

"Eat-My-Ass Santa"

The Christmas season is upon us!

Now, available right outside of Hudson, is the new "Eat-My-Ass Santa" with his "partner", Mr. Frosty Snowman!

Santa's all ready, spreading his ass cheeks, for Frosty and his carrot nose.

It's $18, but I'd wait until it goes on clearance. "Eat-My-Ass Santa", I think, is only worth nine.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

La La La

If you click on it, you'll be able to read it all...

I know what you're going to think....

Trix, what the fuck? Don't you have something else to do?

You're going to think that at the end of this blog post. You're right...but...

I have two options....either I can upload all those Halloween photos to this blog, which takes FOREVER (because I have to do them individually), or I can write about something that annoys me.

Guess which option I'm going to choose?

Here we go...

There I was, at the gym this morning (it was empty, day after Halloween - surprise, surprise), and I stopped to read that free news/arts/whatever paper call "Our Town".

'Let me take a break and read this quaint publication. La La La.'

That's what I was thinking. La La La.

I'm reading it, and in the back is a little story on our city of Hudson.

How sweet, I thought, let me see what "Our Town" has to say about Hudson, page 52, Fall 2009 - The Columbia County Tourism Issue.

La La La. I'm reading.

The beginning of the article is fine, all good press and publicity.

Then I read this one sentence.....and I was like....hmmmm.....

"Should you be inclined to stay forever, the plethora of available buildings, fine amenities, low rents, and big spaces, the laid-back atmosphere, the not inconsiderable nightlife, the diversified community, and the chance that your vote can actually make a difference, add up, as many have discovered, to an engaging and not illogical alternative to life in the Big Apple (only two hours away, after all) at greatly reduced overhead."

'What's wrong with that, Trixie?' you may ask.

First of all, it's a run-on sentence. No big whoop. That's fine.

It's the two double negatives that get me.

"not inconsiderable nightlife" and "not illogical alternative".

It's good to know that all of my countless hours of effort putting together events for Hudson (and everyone else who does it, too!!) is considered by "Our Town" to be a not inconsiderable nightlife.

Thanks, fella. I guess I should be happy.

Or, should I say, not unhappy?

Why use double negatives? Why not just say "active nightlife" or "viable alternative"?

By using double negatives, is the author trying to refute a premise that Hudson has an inconsiderable nightlife?


Remember, there's no such thing as bad publicity, as long as they spell your (domain) name right.

La La La.