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Old 01-17-2009, 05:51 PM
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Re: Sec. of Arts petition

Tighty Whiteys-

Interesting you should mention that.
I first did Tighty Whitey's in 1996, when Bob Dole ran against Bill Clinton.
I did a one night only show, in a bar, called "Boxers or Briefs", based, of course, on the question Clinton was asked on MTV.

In it, I imagined ol Bob Dole as the tighty Whitey guy, while modern smoother mover bill was the boxer guy. Did a whole series of metal boxers and briefs, painted and hung on the wall, as well as boxer and brief bar stools.

Then, more recently, I did current politicians as superheros- and what makes you more super than when you wear your tighty whiteys over the top of your clothes? Saw a punk band do that once, back in about 77, and they totally ruled.

I actually have a show opening on the 5th of Feb, lots of tighty whitey imagery in that one, as well.
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