I am still being gentle with Liz about when the lap top will be "entrusted" to me to "rock and roll" on the web. Until then, I am moving fast in short bursts with posts!
Recently, I posted about hearing an excellent live performance of Bob Seger's "Turn the Page" and received a couple wonderful comments back, believe me - I will get to them-thanks.
In this post I am turning to one of the all time Christmas Classics from 1983 "A Christmas Story."
In the show, "Ralphie" on the left in the glasses was peeing down his frozen leg (literally- the movie was shot on location in Cleveland) wanting a Red Ryder BB Gun.
Didn't every boy???
Well no, I didn't and vividly remember trying to feel like I should in the 1950's. Something was wrong.
If you haven't seen the movie, it is a hilarious look at a family circa 1940's.
One of the best things to come out of the movie for me was the very simple imagery I can use from it to pass along to the transgender "uninitiated." I simply ask if they remember "A Christmas Story" when every red blooded American boy wanted a BB gun.
I guess I should have accepted then, I was not going to live up to the standards of being that boy, and you know some of those girls clothes looked to be lots of fun!
Oh well! Making up for lost time now.
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