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September 27, 2006



I heard that song for the first time on the way up to PTown on Thursday. Loved it. My favorite line is "If lies were cats, then you'd be a litter."


I just heard the song you quoted yesterday. Although I haven't heard the entire new album yet, I could tell that would be one of the my favorites-to-be!

About 9 years ago, when I made my drag debut, I shared the stage with Miz Ana, or Anamatronic...long before she moved to NYC and was rocking backup for Jake. She was a fierce faux queen in her own right. My heels were hung up years ago.


AHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! I love the scissor sisters!!!! Funnest band ever <3<3<3 I started listening to thema as a joke @ work and it turns out i can get enuff!!!


Hey~~ I saw your comment on KnitXcore's blog!! I just wanna say you have a great blog and find guy knitter as like me!!!

I just say thank you and visit my knitting blog sometime too!!!

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