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marcanthony last won the day on March 3 2017

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  1. thanks for the update, John! This brought back many memories as there was a point in my life when going to Montreal during Pride was an annual pilgrimage for me. It's been a while now since I've gone. Nice to hear that Taboo has some good talent. From the days a decade or two ago when the lineup there was so attractive there was actually a lineup of another kind just to get into the club, it's been more hit or miss lately. Appreciate your sharing this collage and walking me down nostalgia lane!
  2. That's great! It's like the one about the 4 men sitting around bragging about their sons. The first said my son is a world famous engineer. He makes so much money and invents electric cars like the newest Tesla model. Well said the second, that's pretty good but mine is financier on Wall Street, and he makes so much money that he owns multiple penthouse properties in Manhattan! Pretty good, says the 3rd guy. But my son is an entrepreneur and his start ups are so successful that he owns a fleet of private jets. The 4th father was quiet for a while, but finally offered up... my son is gay and he is a male prostitute. The other 3 men looked a bit shocked and then profusely consoled the 4th father. We're so sorry, they said. He replied, "Nah, he's my son and I love him. Plus, he does pretty well for himself. Just this Xmas alone he got a Tesla, a NY penthouse, and a private jet as Christmas presents."
  3. depends what you call a "lap dance." but a long time ago Montreal strip clubs in particular (and some other clubs in other places as well) had actual doors that could be secured in the rooms where you went for lap dances. So the definition of lap dance could be expanded... and in that case, the answer for me would be yes!
  4. You are allowed to block people on twitter. The issue with Trump and AOC is not the twitter part, but what they use twitter for. Apparently the court ruled that since they are elected officials and they use their twitter accounts to conduct "official business" to communicate their agendas to their constituents, the comment section of twitter essentially becomes a "public forum." Elected officials are not allowed to block individuals from expressing opinions on public forums under the First Amendment. That's my understanding of the Appellate court ruling.
  5. Your post reminded me of the unfortunate (for him... but maybe fortunate for us) poor judgement by Dean-Charles Chapman, the very cute twink who played King Tommen Baratheon on Games of Thrones. When he was 18, he and his cousin had a video where they were masturbating for (apparently) some girl via webcam. The leak of the footage was quite an embarrassment for the young monarch as it spread pretty far and wide. He's quite cute as you know, and "gifted" based on my viewing of the video! haha. Fortunately for him, his career survived the "scandal" and he's been cast in several other series since.
  6. "The young use respect as a mechanism to keep their elders at a remove, so we don’t remind them of an unpleasant truth: Nothing lasts." Varys, Game of Thrones. Season 8, Episode 1
  7. Normally I would agree with you. My point is that 2.5 years into the current administration and the sobering thought given another 4 years of the same the SCOTUS could conceivably curtail equal protection under the law for the next 20 years, I don't need to vet any of the candidates to know that any one of them would be better than what we have now. That's enough incentive for me not to weaken any of them. Sorry we'll just have to disagree.
  8. Did I mention that Ginsburg and Breyer are 85 and 80 yo respectively, and Gorusch and Kavanaugh are 51 and 54.
  9. At some point, one of the candidates for the democratic nomination will secure/win that nomination, and he/she will likely run against Donald Trump. If part of the democratic base stays home like the Bernie Bros did last year, there's a good chance we have 4 more years of the same. I am not sure much could be worse than that. It's why though I have my reasons for wanting Beto to be that candidate, I say nothing about the flaws of Harris, Warren, Biden, Booker, Sanders, Kloubacher, etc etc... because ONE of them will ultimately be MY candidate. If the Dems lose this election, we deserve what we get. Fool me once, shame on you (Republicans), fool me twice, shame on me (Democrats).
  10. My wallet didn't open as broadly, but I too sent $$$ to Beto within minutes of his announcement. yes he's vague on specific issues and solutions. yes he does not have much executive experience. but yes we are in the 3rd year of the current administration, and like comfort food, the words that come out of his mouth about what's right and what's good just make me feel that there's hope for our divided country! Just the right thing at the right time.
  11. It was Tendermoments, Oz. I have no idea if they are still around! And yes, strong memories in that city, both with you and with NolaJohn, the OP. But yes, Montreal changed. But when the strip clubs weren't what they used to be, I would go to Unity (dance club) and meet (pick up) cute guys there. Haven't been for a while but heard Unity is not what it used to be, so in that case, would look elsewhere. Two points behind my story: 1) Cute guys in Montreal who are willing to play haven't gone away. They've just moved location. 2) To have a successful night, you just need to find one. You really don't need more than that!
  12. Welcome to posting, NolaJohn! Someday, a reunion in Montreal would be nice!
  13. Saw it. TERRIBLE movie, and I loved every minute of it!!!
  14. haha... and see above. This is why I won't read the reviews... just look at the boys and listen to the music!
  15. Heading to see it this weekend regardless what people say. It has: 1) Music by ABBA, 2) TWINKS, 3) Cher It therefore at the very least will be entertaining. I have such good memories of this show. The musical blew me away. And once, I actually picked up a very cute young man from right behind the cash register of Bergdorff Goodman (I actually went to check out in his line because he was so cute) because I had an extra ticket to see it when it was running on Broadway, and the evening was... well... magical. MAMMA MIA!
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