Etoile Ofthesea 
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Re: “Une Petite Rendezvous

If you're going to try to sound sophisticated, make sure your indefinite article matches your noun. Rendezvous is masculine, kids. GTS.

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Posted by Etoile Ofthesea on 09/11/2015 at 5:55 PM

Re: “GRILL 1994-2011

Negative comments though there may be to make, Grill was a place for artists, musicians, night owls, homeless people, theater goers, high school kids with no place to go after school, high school drop outs, certain college kids, wanna-be lovers, gays, lesbians, transgendered people, general freaks, drunks, just regular people and everyone in between to go any time of day, all together, downtown, when there was no other. It struggled to survive in a decrepit building with shitty landlords and no funding or streetcar to bring in crowds of people. It was there for you, though it might not have been perfect, and it was magical for many. Try to recreate that now-all classes, ages, genders, and lifestyles smooshed together in one grungy, funky, oasis in the place we once knew as desolate, downtown Tucson, and you never could. Shut your pieholes, haters. You just don't understand.

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Posted by Etoile Ofthesea on 08/07/2014 at 12:47 AM

Re: “GRILL 1994-2011

So nice I'll say it twice! Sorry for the typo!

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Posted by Etoile Ofthesea on 08/07/2014 at 12:04 AM

Re: “GRILL 1994-2011

Negative comments though there may be to make, Grill was a place for artists, musicians, night owls, homeless people, theater goers, high school kids with no place to go after school, high school drop outs, certain college kids, wanna-be lovers, gays, lesbians, transgendered people, general freaks, drunks, just regular people and everyone in between to go any time of day, all together, downtown, when there was no other. It struggled to survive in a decrepit building with shitty landlords and no funding or streetcar to bring in crowds of people. It was there for you, though it might not have been perfect, and it was magical for many. Try to recreate that now-all classes, ages, genders, and lifestyles smooshed together in one grungy, funky, oasis in the place we once knew asNegative comments though there may be to make, Grill was a place for artists, musicians, night owls, homeless people, theater goers, high school kids with no place to go after school, high school drop outs, certain college kids, wanna-be lovers, gays, lesbians, transgendered people, general freaks, drunks, just regular people and everyone in between to go any time of day, all together, downtown, when there was no other. It struggled to survive in a decrepit building with shitty landlords and no funding or streetcar to bring in crowds of people. It was there for you, though it might not have been perfect, and it was magical for many. Try to recreate that now-all classes, ages, genders, and lifestyles smooshed together in one grungy, funky, oasis in the place we once knew as desolate, downtown Tucson, and you never could. Shut your pieholes, haters. You just don't understand.

22 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Etoile Ofthesea on 08/06/2014 at 11:59 PM

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