Sunday, October 19, 2008

frank and re-bowl-ution

Okay, I never do this, but this time I'm asking for money! Can you PLEASE sponsor me in a BOWL-A-THON that i'm participating in this weekend?

Yours truly, Sister Poly Andry Dandy, is going bowling with the NYC (dis)Order of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to raise money and awareness for F.I.E.R.C.E., a youth-led activist organization for queer youth of color in NYC.

Check out to learn all about this awesome organization!

Our fundraising goal is $500, and we're about $200 short. Yikes! No goal, No bowl!

so please...
Follow This Link

Credit Cards Accepted!
Donations are tax-deductible!

You can use it as your “financial bail-out” write-off!

The NYC (dis)Order of Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have put together a Bowling team for a “ReBOWLution” benefiting FIERCE!

A Bowl-a-thon for Charity!

Take a look at our FIERCE Bowling Team Line-up!!!

Please Visit our Welcome & Donation page
Donate here:
Follow This Link

the General (Team) Donations “tab”

Blessings & Salivations,

Sister Poly Andry Dandy

NYC (dis)Order
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

Saturday, October 11, 2008

MIX21: Opens WEDNESDAY Oct 15!

Fagette by Ali Cotterill
2008, USA, video, color, sound, 4 min

Mama no me lo dijo by Mujeres Creando
2003, Bolivia, video, color, sound, 8 min

Allen Ginsberg Gives Great Head by X' Ho
2007, Singapore, video, color and b&w, 15 min

Submissions by Atif Toor
2008, USA, video, color, sound, 5 min

MIX21: The New York Queer Experimental Film Festival opens in less than one week, on Wednesday, October 15th in New York's historic South Street Seaport at 217 Water Street, between Fulton and Beekman.

This year's venue, the MIX Factory @ Seaport, is a former Liz Claiborne department store that allows us to present an unprecedented number of installations in the lobbies (both of them!), former dressing rooms and all the other recesses we could find.

In addition to the installations, there are over 100 films and videos to watch this year. Plus parties every night,
performances between screenings, and our own afternoon "Tea by the Sea" social.

Below is the festival schedule at-a-glance.
Full festival schedule and advance tickets are available online at

Wed 10.15 | 7 PM
| Pre-Show: STODGY by Jessica Dellecav
Wed 10.15
| 8 PM | Opening Night: Buried Treasure
Wed 10.15
| 10 PM+ | Party: Mattachine at Julius

Thurs 10.16
| 3 PM | Reception: Tea by the Sea
Thurs 10.16
| 7 PM | Hollyweird: Queered Movies
Thurs 10.16
| 9 PM | Jack Smith's Sinbad of Baghdad
Thurs 10.16
| 11 PM+ | Party: Sticky at Annex

Fri 10.17
| 6 PM | The Art of War
Fri 10.17
| 8 PM | Pleather & Lace
Fri 10.17 | 9:30 PM | STODGY by Jessica Dellecav
Fri 10.17 | 10 PM | X Marks the Spot
Fri 10.17
| 11 PM+ | Party: Frisky Fridays at Sugarland

Sat 10.18
| 4 PM | A Different Take 2008
Sat 10.18
| 6 PM | Our Selves-Together & Apart
Sat 10.18
| 8 PM | Perspectacle
Sat 10.18 | 9:30 PM | STODGY by Jessica Dellecav
Sat 10.18 | 10 PM | Disobedient Laughter
Sat 10.18
| 11:30 PM+ | Party @ The MIX Factory

Sun 10.19
| 6 PM | Everything Dances
Sun 10.19 | 7:30 PM | STODGY by Jessica Dellecav
Sun 10.19 | 8 PM | Actions of Outcast Bodies
Sun 10.19
| 10 PM+ | Party: Anonymous at Mehanata

Full festival schedule and advance tickets available online at

79 Pine Street #132
New York, NY 10005

MIX NYC promotes, produces and preserves experimental media that is rooted in the lives, politics, and experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and otherwise queer-identified people. MIX's work challenges mainstream notions of gender and sexuality while also upending traditional categories of form and content.

MIX NYC, a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization, is SUPPORTED by the New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Dept. of Cultural Affairs, @Seaport, General Growth Properties, Materials for the Arts, Experimental Television Center, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, September 11th Fund, Kodak, HX, GO Magazine, Visual AIDS, the Gesso Foundation, Gill Foundation, Phil Zwickler Charitable & Memorial Foundation Trust, and the generosity of many individuals!

Thursday, October 02, 2008

frank thinks...

sarah palin is actually karl rove in a dress (and lipstick).

vote, god damn it!

i'm not playin' around here. if you don't register your ass to vote this year, i'm gonna personally hunt you down and torture you in the worst way i know how. (hey, it's legal now, right?)

yeah, i'm gonna tie you up and force you to listen to me read the full text of the worst legislation passed by congress and the president in the last eight years, repeatedly and continuously, until you die from the pains of your own irredeemable guilt. to remind you, this includes such doozies as:

the patriot act (I and II)
the war powers act
the military commissions act
the no child left behind act
the jobs and growth tax relief reconciliation act
the partial-birth abortion ban act
the medicare prescription drug, improvement, and modernization act
the energy policy act of 2005
the FISA amendments act
and many, many more...

of course, there's also every one of the fucking supplementary spending bills that have funded our war against human rights everywhere and the sovereignty of nations (aka the "war on terror"), totaling between 1-3 trillion dollars (depending on who you ask).

and just to make things fun, i might also read you the text of bush's resolutions to withdraw from the anti-ballistic missile treaty and the kyoto protocol, too.

so, are you shitting your pants yet?

then register TODAY before it's too late. it's so easy. just go to:

i mean it.