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  • What song do you never want to hear again?: The Party's Over
  • SF or LA
  • What song do you want played at your funeral?: The Party's Over
  • What do you like to read when you poop?: If you have time to read while you're on the toilet, you're doing it wrong.
  • Frank Gehry or Rem Koolhaas

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Apr 14 Fred Casely commented on In Culture News: More Information on Artist Trust Staff Changes, Fantagraphics Talks $15/Hour, and Awards for Local Web Series...es?.
Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian is ALA's third-most-frequently-banned book of 2013.
Apr 7 Fred Casely commented on This Clown Is a Bottom.
@8 Thanks to that, I learned a new word today.
Apr 7 Fred Casely commented on This Clown Is a Bottom.
SLOG has a "Dinosaurs" tag but no "clowns" tag? Considering its absorption of Line Out's Juggalo coverage, that just doesn't seem right.
Apr 7 Fred Casely commented on Mark Zuckerberg Has a Great Rack.
Watching this venture crash and burn may make me "launch a vertical" myself.
Apr 3 Fred Casely commented on Brit Diver Tom Daley Isn't Bisexual.
For those who were curious about what 80-year-old Davis was being referenced, but not enough to click through: it's Clive.
Apr 3 Fred Casely commented on David Letterman Is Retiring Next Year: Who Should Replace Him?.
Here's my list of criteria:

• Already in the CBS fold but with no current TV gig
• Good track record hosting similar shows (such as awards shows), preferably on that network
• Currently living in New York City
• Awesome
• Maybe someone with an upcoming role on Broadway to keep him busy until the job opens up
Mar 30 Fred Casely commented on The Homosexual Agenda: Little Shop of Horrors.
@2 According to today's NYT, it helps a lot:
More men are steering clear of Broadway, and not even this spring’s ultimate bro show — “Rocky,” the new musical about the beloved boxing underdog — has found a way to fill seats with them.

While men have been hanging back for years, their current scarcity, at a time when overall Broadway attendance is down, is particularly stark. Only 32 percent of audience members last year were men, or 3.7 million, compared with 42 percent (or 4.2 million) in 1980.


Producers don’t have data on straight men versus gay men, but, anecdotally, they believe gay men show up in strong numbers to both musicals and plays. (Some 80 percent of all Broadway theatergoers see musicals.)

“Gay men remain a core part of the Broadway audience, even as we’ve lost other men,” said Kevin McCollum, a veteran producer whose musicals include “Motown” and “Rent.”
Mar 18 Fred Casely commented on What's Mitt Romney Up To?.
@20 maybe you're thinking of Sharron Brewer?
Mar 14 Fred Casely commented on The James Brown Bioptic: Get On Up.
How embarradding for me.

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