‘Dirt it tough’ at Dartmouth: jah and shakespeare in the reagan irie




“‘Dirt it tough’ at Dartmouth: jah and shakespeare in the reagan irie”

Actually Peter OutLoud had a great story this week about the history of the tenderloin but he could’ve name checked “the hard crowd” by Rachel Kushner whose parents were introduced by Dartmouth beat poet alden van buskirk, her essay about being a bartender at the blue lamp…

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On Feb 9, 2022, at 9:26 AM, mark weiss <earwopa@yahoo.com> wrote:

Coinkydinky I licensed  a photo from this guy to use in my blog I think I paid him 150 bucks:

Coinkydinky is a coined phrase one of the few coined phrases that literally uses the word “coin”

I was meaning to write this morning a post about the word “Negro” and the word (N-word) and the fact that between 1984 and 2018 they discovered 150 years of prior uses, that the word dates from 1550 not 1700 I’m referring to Webster’s ninth versus Webster’s 11th of course of course I took with noel Perrin or Peter Saccio At Dartmouth in the 80s — I took James Shapiro but it was Marley not Othello; Strike that it was Marlowe not Marley—DAM bully fool

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 But do it with my bad cell

On Feb 9, 2022, at 9:01 AM, Matt Merewitz <matt@fullyaltered.com> wrote:

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Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player, and blogger; he also sang in local choir, fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32 Reads 'Howl' and owns a couple musical instruments he cannot play
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