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This was the second time I had to deal with some fuckup who had blown himself away with a claymore.
Cool for You is the latest chapter in Myles's life-as-art life, and many of its elements will be familiar to readers of her previous work (most famously, 1994's Chelsea Girls): the hardscrabble childhood, the adolescent angst around sexual orientation and gender identification, the drinking, the drugs, the men, the women, the ecstasy of being a bad girl, the agony over being a fuckup.
Jesus, Dunne, you are one hell of a fuckup," he said.
The kindly McDougal, Stewart says, saw Clinton as "an amiable fuckup who needed help.
I thought by pointing out my colleagues' failings I might distract him from my own, more egregious fuckups, the skipped rehearsal being only the first one that came to mind.
You know it when you hear it: the seesawing beats; the gliding hooks that feel like they're rising out of some dark, hazy hell; the erupting bursts of lyricism that twist and turn before suddenly dissolving; the tales of endless nights and lost loves and unpardonable fuckups.
money as long as love and money serve all burn outs, fuckups and
My friends' fathers did sensible things like join the National Guard but that wasn't good enough for the Tushniks: always grandiose schemes, unforeseen fuckups, never remorse for the wreckage.
The everything is not some bank job you pulled that you didn't want to think about or some baby you slapped or some lover you betrayed, it's not so easy as that, though sometimes it seems these occurrences have something to do with it, and there is certainly plenty of work to do to correct the fuckups you have gotten yourself and others into during the lowdown time.
I think we're at a point now in the 21st century that we can look back at the 20th century and begin to locate Pound's fuckups re: Mussolini in the same context as any number of other poets' fuckups re: Stalin.
While the agencies of power fail miserably to protect the vulnerable and, indeed, welcome disaster as a tool for enriching themselves and asserting control over people's minds, usurping the individual's autonomy, this film's band of fuckups achieves a strange and deeply moving goofball heroism.