About There goes one classy-looking transvestite.
I sound my barbaric yawp. (A lot. Advance apologies to all current and future neighbors.)
Rubber duckie, you’re the one. Rubber duckie, you make bathtime fun. Rubber duckie, I’m awfully fond of you. Classic; I sing it all the time.
I’m really torn about something: I just read an article the other day about Natalia Osipova posing for a fashion shoot. Something about that just rubs me wrong. Commercialization in classical high art is not bad in an absolute sense; in fact, a little bit of modernization helps to save classical art from extinction. And several artists become commercial later in their careers: Renee Fleming sang for Lord of the