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Title Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. [16], April 10, 1987
Alternate Title Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 15, April 10, 1987
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  • Evans, Gene
Date April 10, 1987
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Austin, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 17390315
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
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Transcript Your Conanaunf~y Gulde ~o Weekly En~er~alnnaen~ VOL. 1, NO. T5- I~ 473-6811 SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE ... AS YOU WILL FIND OUT "NEXT WEEK" IN MARCYS NEW COLUMNATTITUDEmSm.. ............................. APRIL 10. 1987 4 ON THE TOW~ ... WITH PHILIP . . 11 HOROSCOPE WAX WATCH STATEWIDE PULL-OUT SECTIO~ .\'EXT WEEK!!! S.\SSY SAU~DRA CLARK .. RETUR. 'S!!! also •... Fred Adams Ill dishes the di rt!!! THE AUSTIN MIRROR(512)473-6811 PAGE2 EUERY TUESDRY STRRTI NG RPR IL 14TH 1 0:30PM HALL'S and PRESENT NICOLE THREE Tiffi ES STARRING B LBDY NICOLE, WITH SPECIAL GUEST TATIANA THE AUSTIN MIRROR(512)·H3-681 l LADYP.T., -11--'\ ·1 _ _' \c..") AUSTIN (512) 473-2501 &TIFFANYR. COMING SOON: TRACY ANN PAGE3 Greetings Austin: I keep saying spring is here but 11 keeps on gelling cold. I keep pulling my plants b3ck mto the house so they won't freeze. Actually, I believe th3t it's not going to be cold for very much longer It better not or 111 not have any kind of a tan for SPI..\SH DAY. At least I have my suit! You know, as I'm writing this column, 11's 9:00 pm on Wednesday evening and I get this phone call. It's from ~ome plumber that my landlady dug up to fix a leak tn my house. He wants to come over m the next thiny mmutcs and check it out. I tell him that would be fine although actually I'm aggravated because rm trying 10 write and it's also nine o'clock al nighL When he finally gets here all he docs is sort of poke around and then tells me he can't do anything until tomorrow and has to talk to the landlady first. (I could have told him that). To top it off, he's not even cute. I guess I need to have a chat with my landlady. I mean. after all, 1f she's going to send some weirdo over m the middle of the night. she can at least send someone fun to look at. This guy wanted to tell me about the strange places he works, and then started 1ellmg me noout lus childhood iu Michigan. And no, he could not have one of my beers. I finally had to tell him I was busy and didn't ha,·e lime to talk Gccz! Anyway, to completely change the subJC'l. have you noticed that almost nil of the Ausun bars have pat10s? To ll31Tle them: HALL'S, CHAI:"' URIVE, THE CROSSl'.\"G, ..;E:XLS l'f:TTICO.\T Jl:\(,-10:--.', :-a; FFY'SIRADI.A:-;DS, S.\l.l.Y'S Al'.\RTME:-.O'T, THE 505 and THE PRIVATE CELLAR. I guess it's a statement of how much we cn,JOy Mother E.ll'th JOE PARROT'S birthday party broke m the fabulous new pallo bar at 1111·: .505 last Saturday mghL You wouldn't believe a!l thc Cuervo Gold ancl Jai;crmc1stcr they ,.ent through. ROBB said 11 ,. as one of the parucs of the vcar TllE SOS'S new bar will be open this ,.eekend and the GR\")) OPh:-.IXG "'I happen next weekend, startmg on Fnday, Apnl 17. The bubbles "'111 abound this fucsday, Apnl 14, as The 505 celebrates its 6 Month Anniversary. There w1!. be clumpagn~ and stra,. berries & cream I JUSI adore champagne. Be sure and stop b) for the celcbrauon of a good thing. Around the comer at ..;EXUS/PF.TrlCO.\T JU\CTIO\, UA VIE, MYRA & KATHY arc hard at ,.ork on their pauo. In the plans arc rn-! .. -level nowcr beds, lots of shrubs and plants, and a barbequc pit! Their pauo bar should be open by next weekend. Mvra said. TO'.\Y ROSE is back in town for a spell. His clever act will play the PRIVATE CELLAR this Tuesday, Apnl 14. The following Tuesday, April 21, Tony plays TllE CROSSr-;G. I hear his show at the Crossing will be more of an unprovisational net with the audience choosmg which characters they want to sec playing different roles. 'irillllds quite festive indeed. Oh, and by the way, he's added \11SS PIGGY to his repertoire. What n sick woman. Ausun was again treated by the appearance of IlRE:\T :'lo'ICllOLSO\' EARLE. Brent came back to Auslln and delivered a wonderfully warm, positive and encri;ct1c speech at S\UFFY'S Saturday nighL Brent is running 10,000 miles around the U.S. borders to raise mo.icy for the \ "A TIO'.\J\L :\ETWORK FOR AIDS and to raise awareness af safe sex. Go Brent! HALL'S held a wonderful fundraiser thlS past Monday night in which over $700 was ralScd by PA\1ELA "THE BEAR" \tCCARTHY & TO:\Y ROSE. Tony and The Bear were fantastic! Monday 1s the return of STEAK \!(;Ill at THE SOS. For $4, you get a steak and all the trimmings. Actually, ROllll calls 11 "bar employee appreciation night. ' All you bar employees arc invited so you won't have to dirty your own kitchens! llappy hour pnccs all night too. 11.\CK TO ll.\SICS is Austin's newest "family" clothing store. They're located at the comer of 6th and Red River, "'here High Style u.~cd to be Back to Basics is pnmarily mcn·s casual and sportswear, but I know you girls will love their sclccuon too. I saw some hand pamted shlf!S that caught my eye Not only can you fmd a smart new summer outfit. but you can get your hair cut at their salon! And their prices arc quite rC3sonablc. CHRIS, the handsome manager, IS quite friendly, as IS the rest 0£ h1S st,tff, They open al noon today and will keep hours from 12 to 12 almost every day of the week. It's t1111c to shine up your spurs and coll.11' tips! The TEX.\S GAY RODEO ,\SSOC'I n10,·s State Meeting "''II be in Austm Saturday, Apnl 25 The mccung starts off"' 1th a High Noon Buffet at PETllCOJ\ T JL:o.eno:o-;. The actual meeting starts al 2pm. That Saturday evening at llADLA\l>S, BUBBLES l.,\RUE, Tm: ll1\)YJ'IST \\ (l\m\ (includlnJ: i:rundma), BARBIE UOLL, & MISS FAT STOCK will cntcrtam. My lord. SISSY SQUIRT and RIT.\ OE STARR may be forced m from Dallas for the event. ThcAlSIT\ LATl:"O 1.ESlllA'.\'GA Y ORGA,IZA TIO\' is having a bcncfit at 1\EXl'S this Sunday at SPM Money raised will go toward an education forum they arc sponsoring. RICK will DJ this event with performers LISA LJ\SHA Y, TI\'A ST. :11ARIE, TYRA BISHOP, COOKIE, SYL\'IA GARZA and others. The CHAI:"' DRIVE & BADLA'.\DS arc both cclcbrallDg their Isl anniversaries the weekend of April 23-25. Expect lots of hot lcathermen in town for a couple of wild parties for sure' My sisters \1ARCIA & CI'.\DY arc somewhere cruising around town in the llRADY\10BJU: (tramps that they arc') Too bad I can't be there to keep an eye on you girls. but you know your studious sister, J A'.\, IS busy at her typewriter doing homework. llomccommg Weekend is here! "11.\DLA\DS/S\UFFY'S l \'l\'ERSITY" selected their homccommi; queen last night, who will rrcsidc over the rest of the homccomini; fzsllvU cs. Tonii;ht is the pep rally Tomorrow mi;ht the big "JOCKEY SHORTS FOOTBALL GA\1E" starts di 6:00 on Snuffy's dance floor. This should prove quite interesting. BSU vs. TGRA 'I he Prom starts at IO:OOpm .. Watt until you sec the prcny, prelly cheerleaders, I hear TGRA PRKSIDE:\ r LY:\\' CARSO'.\ is i;oing to be quite nuffy indeed. Ball gowns will abound tomorrow night at the 3RD A\':\LAL SPRl\'G COTII.1.10\ at the Shady Springs Party Barn. Advance uckcts arc available at LIUERTY BOOKS or Crom any of the hosts. All proceeds go to ,\ll)S SER\'ICKS OF ,\UST!\'. 'Im: BOA TllOLSE is havini; the wmn: 07' WHll E PARTY tomorrow night. Remember. Mi•• manners say' it's OK to wear white this late in the season ...... as long as it's tasteful All white liquor is an special for SI50 The CEI.I.,\R'S bcaui,ful patio is now open and they have a beer and liquor bust on Sunday afternoons FOXY GEORGE ROXY 1s cooking faJilas for SI.SO a plate Wednesdays at the l'nvate Cellar arc SO cent well and 75 cent Corona rughts. What a deal . "'COLE is playing at 11.\l.L'S every Tuesday nii;ht starting Apnl 14. Co starring with Nicole arc LADY PT & llFF.\:\Y R. 1.\TI,\\.\ will i;ucst star this Tuesday Actually. my bar spies tell me Tiffany R m•ghl not do the show. I guess we'll sec "hat turns up Tonight 1s PE'I f!CO,\T JL'.\CI IO:"S HAT PARTY, held every month. Wear a cowboy or cowgrrl hat and you get a surpnse. Wonder what 1t l5? On Friday, April 24, -.;EXl'S l'ETI ICOA T .Jl '.\(.."TIO'.\" has a llL \CK ,\\D WHITE PARTY. We.Jr black and white au;rc and pay no wvcr Retraction 11111c. MARIA'S :11,\RGARl'l A M.\D'.\ESS at tk 505 doesn't have a cover. The fro1.cn margantas arc S2' Maria was in a 117.Zy, or 1s 1t diny1 Anyw&), she'll serve you up a mean 'rita every Tuesday evening at 9.00pm . SCZIE, manager of the !llEXUS :'lo'Al'GllTIES left SARAH out of her L"ank you note last week. Our apologies. Suzie would also like to thank JOXI, who was a ma1or contributor to the shows success from sound to publicity, not ot mention her dancing. That's 11 for this wcclt, but feel free to give me a call at 495 9553 from 11 00 am 'til 5:00pm if you have any gossip or £acts that arc print-worthy So, for the meantime, peace. love, safe sex ........ . Philip THE AUSTIN MIRROR(512)473-6811 THE AUSTIN MIRROR(512)473-681 l AUSTIN 411 Directory CHURCHES A~s1'n Gay Lesbian Fr ends (Quakers) Dogn1ty/CathOllC First Unitar•an lntegntytEpiscopahans MCCA Oasis Ministry COUNSELING Bates R1cha rd Clover. Paul. M Ed 2304 Hancock 13 Smith Jim Waterloo Co Center 6901 N Lamar 1109 HEALTH Dr Edward J Dwyer 2906 Medical Arts St ORGANIZATIONS AlcohOllcs Anonymous • Lambda 5518 Burnet Rd Austin AIDS Pro1ect A~stm Gay N UdlSts Box 49636 Austin. Tex A~stm Lambda 7115BurnetRd 1'20 Austin VD Screening & Clinic 1 5Waller Gayllne Hotline - MHIMR (24 I-rs) Womengpace 2330 Guadalupe TGRA CLUBS Badlands 115 Sa~ Jacinto Boathouse 407 ColOrado Cha n Duve 602East 7th Crossing 6 1 1 Red River 505 Club 505 E'ast 3rd Hairs 404 ColOrado Nexus 401 E' ast 2nd Pr vate Cella 709 East 6tl'I Rupert s 6' 7 Red A ver Sa1ly s Apt 2828 Rio Grande Snullv s Saloon 1 13 San Jacinto \J'lcle Chari es 1301 Lavaca 458 95'9 467 7214 45, 6168 451 •802 9293660 634 6357 451 2329 477-6473 385-4900 452·5966 476 3453 4530016 452.9550 458·8050 469-2080 477-6699 472·HELP 472·3053 462-9419 479-8965 474 9667 478-0295 476-3611 479.5050 473-2';01 495 9553 477-6440 477 1128 4'8·8782 479-8965 474-6481 !Jc •I JunctJon 4 I £1 Sc""'°d C-.1a" ay 8402 Coni;rcss. 4 : 1 'I 2S! 65~6 R. STILES PATTERSON Auomcy (512)482-1937 (24-Hr.) LARRY'S COIFFURES Discount on Cut I Blowdry Men $10 I Women $12 J818 FAR WEST OLYD , SUITE 110 8-5 Tue-5or Open lore evenings by oppo1nrmenr fl.on or Shirley J45-8557 1 jim~ Roof.. \f'tr.• for l.1•.J•wm and Ga1· Men 1/u rr fanuli<'> 1111J frit'lul.1 10148 Nonh Umar Blvd. (on C:ao1lc Hill Plaza) Ausun. T"us 78703 PO Box~ll AU51on. T"us 78763 (512)495·97.H TomDo)'21 Boowllcr1Puhli>hcr THE AUSTIN MIRROR(Sl2)473-6811 . 16 WEEKS RGO TODRY ... PHOTOS BELOW PAGE6 ~j ---~~--------------------------------------------------, II •• I I Magdalena. Sarah Aldridge. 352 pp. The Pearls . Shelly Snu.t h. 192 pp. II I ISBN 0-930044-99-1. $8.95 paper. ISBN 0-930044-93-2. $7.95 paper. I ******** They're here! Two new books from everyone's favorite lesbian publishers, Naiad Press. The prolific pen of Sarah Aldridge has produced its eighth novel, Magdalena. Set in 1985, Magdalena is the story of a street woman and the lcasbian couples who come to her aid. Judge Ailsa Cameron is mystified by the anonymous "Mary Brown", and decides LO help her. Social worker Camilla is also moved to assist the ailing "Mary Brown," and Lakes her into her own home. "Mary" sits unmoving and silent, lost in her own reveries. Since she refuses LO answer questions about her identity, Ai Isa and her lover Dina try Lo trace her identity through one small clue: she sang in an opera house in Rio in 1960. Unlikely as it may seem, "Mary Brown" is actually opera star Magdalena Gibbon who, three years previously, had disappeared following the death of a "devoted friend and lifelong companion." Once Magdalena's identity is uncovered, it is up to Aisla and h •r '' irnds to convince the trustee of r..agdalena's estate that "Mary Brown", the withdrawn woman of the streets, is the long-lost diva. Camilla, Aisla, and company must also find a way into the far-away mind of Magdalena LO help her resume her true identity and life. Magclalena offers a detailed account of the lives and relationships of the lesbians surrounding the mysterious bag lady Besides the intriguing plot, Sarah Aldridge's characters come 10 life through her intricate details. Magdalena may well be Sarah Aldridge"s best effort to date. Other till"-' by Sarah Aldridge are The l,atecomcr. Tonic Cythcrca"<, Breath All True Lovers The !\ es1jng Place Madame AuFQra. and ?>11<for1unc"s .Erimd. Naiad Press has finally given us a novel of intrigue and e<pionage: The Pearls by Shelley Smith. Harriet Pc3.rl and Bunny Silver w<irk in dead-end jobs a.• JUDtor agents for the Caribbean Sea Wn1ch. Their boss, Victor Stillwell, ts 3 one legged bastard who wants 10 gel rid of !he two women once and for all. So Harriet 1s transformed mto "Harr.'" md the 1wo women sci off ford Los P~os as man and wife. "II art)' Pearl" plays up tn the ruling General Hosooa·s w1 fe. who has a taste for preuy hoys, \\hde "Bunny Pearl" keeps an eye on Alan Turner, the ruspicious career diplomat. If Harriet and Bunn) can pull off this JOb. they will cam their full agent status. Of course. in the process of play mg m:in and ,.,re, Harriet and Bunny bei;m to en JOY their roles, !eliding to the kind of Jove and intrigue any good lcsbum no'cl needs. The Pearls by Shelly Sniith ts a fast paced novel-light reading al its funniest. 11us is the sc«ond novel by two Bos Ion women. wntmg togelher as Shelly Smith. Their first collaboratJve effort is ~ ai:id Press" 1"'slscller, Honzon oflhc Hean -·Lizabeth May lHE FACES & UO ICES OF TONY ROSE ond his LI UE chor-o cter-s Bette Midle r­Joon Riuer-s Bet ty Hou is Diono Ross Dr-. Rut h Modonno Cher- C:or-ol C:honning the Indies of SHOWTIME--lOPM TUESDAY, APRIL 14TH ·nynosty· ond mor-e ... AT THE PRIVATE CELLAR 709 ERST 6TH ST. FOR RESERURTI ONS OR I NFORMRTI ON: I 'I I . I I I I I ''I '' ''I ''I I 'I I I I I I ''' I I I I I I I I I 'I I I ''I I 'I 'I ''I ' l..T-H--E- A-U-S-T-I-N- M--IR..R.O_R.(S..l2_)4.7. 3..-.6 _81_ l ______ ______ PAGE 7 ----------------------------~ THE GETAWAY ONLY $1.00 PRESENTS DOOR PRIZES 11THE BEST LITTLE GETRWRY IN AUSTIN II SHCW With Local men 6 Women at Their Best INTRODUCING THE GETAWAYS OWN Miss Renee WITH SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES BY: and special guest star NICOLE TWO BIG SHOWS Maylene Mary Miss Lana Roberts Miss Josie Paula Peters WITH LOTS OF DANCING DRINK SPECIALS HAPPY HOUR 5-SPM LIGHTED PARKING IN REAR EASTER EGG HUNT 2PM-12AM SUNDAY, APRIL 19TH PRIZES FOR EACH EGG FOUND - THE SECURITY ·~ ~******************************** Back To Basics "AFFORDABLE QUALITY" AUSTID DALLAS 6TH G RED RIVER [512] 322-0031 OPEn 12-12 sun-WED noon-1 Rm THURS-SHT BACK TO BASICS SALOD II BETTER CUT' BETTER PRICE II [512] 322-0032 OHKLRWn G HHLL [211] 520-7015 OPEn 10-8 mon-SRT 11-6 SUilDRYS BACK TO BI-CUTS "BETTER CUT, BETTER PRICE" [214] 522-1060 10°/o off total purchase this Friday, Saturday, & Sunday only . ... HAIR SALON ~~~~~~~ the Works: ~shampoo ~cut& ~Blowdry 1/2 price regular--$16, now--$8 THE AUSTIN MIRROR(512)473-6811 PAGE 10 COLIN JAMES HAY-HOLD ME-COLUMBIA, USA. The former lead singer of Men At Work has come up with a very nice cul At about 97 bpm's, this is good dance rock. The song allows Mr. Hay to use his voice to that recognizable tone of which he is well known. "Hold me when your lonely", a nice simple message without using the word "love" to express affection. Nice orchestration with good use of background vocals in a chant style. For such a low bpm level, the song has an incredible amount of energy counterbalanced by a simple catchy tune. Good combination and use of metals, a good example of new music trends in dance music. The video to this song is a lillle strange but entertaining (if you like to follow the bouncing head). COMING SOON!!! May 3rd 1987 • THE AUSTIN MIRROR(512)473-6811 FUN FUN-BAILA BOLERO-HIGH FASHION RECORDS, HOLLAND. Fun Fun has another dance hit in their hands. If "Baila Bolero" doesn't move you, you need to go to the doctor. Al about 124 bpm's, this is great dance music in the tradition of Fun Fun (Color My Love, Happy Station). Although this may not be the most prolific group, it is definitely one of the most consistent in style and energy. This single includes two extended mixes and a radio mix. The percussion section sets the mood of this cut, good steady beat and instrumentation (salsa and flamenco combination blended into the euro-disco style). The only overdubs and effects are done with the vocals, without disrupting the melody or beat, allowing a smooth flow. If you like to pay attention to instrumentation, you will enjoy the horns, spanish guitar, and even castanetes used in this number. 1 NANCY MARTINEZ-MOVE OUT-ATLANTIC, USA. This lady's biggest hit to date, if not the only one, had been "So Excited", on Matra Records (Canada), back m 1983. "Mov6 Out", is her follow up to her recent hit "For Tonigh.t". Great energy for 115 bpm's. Nol.lee the continued use of full orchestration combined with latin rythm~. Once again we are going full circle m music (remember Salsoul Records?) This record includes a 12" mix and an instrumental mix. This is most certainly another dance hit for Miss Martinez. If you like Shannon sound, you will mos! surely like this; very similar in style, but with a personality of its own. CORRECTION: Due to a missprint in the last issue of Wax Watch, I was wrongfully quoted. The review on Herb Alpert's "Keep Your Eyes On Mc", should have read: • Mr. Alpert is nm known for gay club material ... " • PAGEll "" .Monday-Saturday IO a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday Noon-6 p.m. NEW ITEMS EVERY WEEK All Major Credit Cards Accepted At Michael's we buy, sell and trade anything of value American to French Furniture to radio's, TV's, Jewelry, and even cars. BUREAUS $100 & UP DRESSERS $100 & UP NEW ITEMS EACH WEEK Michael's --- ... 1500 Barton Springs Rd. 482-9120 ----.. ... @ n THE AUSTI'.'I MIRROR(512)473-681 l PAGE 12 c THE AUSTIN MIRROR(Sl2)473-6Hll PAGE 13 EVENTS II \DI.,\ 'I, D'S---H9-1!965 //npp}' llt1ur nu1·day J.9/'.11 Iii !'"'cnldr .. alt lJ lal'\1 \11<1' n 'IU<I' 1'>1'\1 \':• r II ,~, 111 I.\ \I il•pr If.>:,, • 'll'~I .\::u Jh>Uf\ l .. < \\1 f l'\1 Lcuht.rC hJ,h( ·>hf !\•cl'' 1 :t>' I<..: 2c; C\f 1.l'..-lt,J. 0 ~11" l I O<;l·I• 1 ~~ Ar:ialCJI Dr•& '"~' l 11 l'M \\ct!. I ' 1: I. '):? .!5 /Ii. ~ti ci·nt dr.J , <J :?l'\I Am.ii• .r 'iu ., :-. cl·1 F>l'M ·UI' 7~ <• "l \, narr Tnp' I> p "i.h "'''le. f1llan) R Ld)l'I •• ~ ·•u1 '' l'l\1 1101\'l II OUSE--474-'lh<• 7 FrL The Ongm:il Ill cent 'Irle mm cs to I nday S4 Cover after hours '1: 1 4 ~al. 51 wver. Arter hours ·11; IJ m. Tues Dollar :-;1gh1 SI cover.SI .. .,u, SI beer W cd: Sho"' 1' 1ght S2 cover Thurs: 69cr's I'\ :ght SI cover. h<J <ent beer CHAI~ DRl\'E--478-0:?95 \O cvn:R f:n:R--11.1PP> 11m R 1>111 > J.Yf'.\1 Fn: Free drafl 8 101'\1 Sun: ~2 Beer Busl 7 9Pl\1 l'ool Toumamc!ll at 9P~ Mon: 75 cen1 "ell 9 2PM Wed· 85 cent Domestic l~mi:nccks 9 2P~1 Thurs: 50 cent draft 9 21''1 CROSSING--476-:\(.11 \0UHDl1-:VFR Fn: llors d'ouvrcs ~pm Sat: S6 hquor hu't 4 7pm Sun: 25 cent dr• fl 12 12 S6 hqunr bu•l I 7pm ~Inn: The llcadhncrs to·lO& l~nnJml•· Tues. ~) cent draft noon 01uln1h Wed .'\>~c"nl "'cll1lrml..' Thurs. \1ag1r of MuS<k< H~'ll ,\: 12n11<1m1c :os F \ST THIRD STREh 1---171).:oso II \l'l'I' lllll'R fll. 9P.V. J-;Vf.R}' /I.I ~-.\0 ( O\' /,'ll h1 llol Hors d'ouvrcs <;un: Daddy Wayne's t'ool..oul 41'\I \Ion: "Pre strip" n1gh1 BY.0.\1cat or u~c ours! Fmngs and l'un· HPM \\\·.I Dynasl) al X. 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