Grace Jones (nsfw)

by bookindian

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. . . when I hit on “Demolition Man” by Grace Jones, I had been looking for a vid of “Demolition Man” the movee, with Sly Stallone and that hot brunette cop.

Yeh, now you will see where the “OLD” in the post title comes from . . . check this out.

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Lady Gaga got nothing compared to Grace Jones. First heard about Lady G on a Jpn vlog about two years ago – this guy had an app for the iPhone and was saying something about “do you want to be like Lady Gaga?’ so on an so forth. and with all the hype about LG’s “Telephone” vid, I went in search of and found “it”, gotta have Beyonce and some silly-ass Tyrese Gibson whoever-the-fuck he is . . . so-o-o-o 2 minutes and 54 seconds go by before the muse-ikk begins WTF credits rolling the whole time . . “Telephone” is the “Avatar” of music vids – but oh, they got the skinny-ass girls doing the biker girl “squat-and-snatch-the-pickle” move and beer can hair rollers which is O.K., but what happened to women with TITS and sumptuous butts?? NINE MINUTES and 31 seconds costing $$$ that they could have given to ME . . . how you gonna dance to 2:54 minutes of visual diarrhea?

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– let’s just say that I’m tired of all the flash and glam, show me something besides all the shiny stuff, you know, don’t be sitting with your vibe shoved down down your pants “trying” to be spectacular while being interviewed, better yet, show me your naked ass (w)HOLE – don’t wanta see no tats, everyone and their mama got one or two or many more. Little butterfly on the ankle, dolphin jumping out of your “vee”-zone, “tribal” shit . . .

I WANT A PERFORMANCE, some SUBSTANCE god damn it. . .
felt so good to get that bad air out1

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Grace with Keith Haring doing some performance stuff – Grace with that big “look-at-my-ass . . .” grin.

. . . the producers and idea people need to go take a look at what Merce Cunningham and the performance artists were doing back in the 1940’s and 50’s – oh yeh, visit the dada theatre archives and admit that they were doing stuff that’s better than most being done today. Yeh, and check out Andy Warhol and the Factory . . . it’s all there.

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