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mmmmmm m train goodDrunk in Arverne. Drunk in Bayside. Drunk in Corona. Drunk on Ditmas Ave. Drunk in Elmhurst. Drunk as fuck in Forest Hills. Goddamn did we get drunk in Glendale. Drunk in Hollis. Drunk again with the Indians in Jackson Heights. Drunk at the Kew Motor Inn. I’ve been getting drunk a lot in Lindenwood lately. Drunk with your mom in Maspeth or Middle Village, she can’t remember which. Drunk in some strip club on Northern Boulevard for sure. Drunk in Ozone Park. Drunk on the Pulaski Bridge. Drunk in QB, bitch. Drunk in Ridgewood, I.O. technology. Drunk in the Shea Stadium parking lot. Drunk on 30th Avenue. Drunk on Union Turnpike. Passed out drunk on Victory Field. Getting drunk alone in Whitestone, then drinking more with the Woodside trannies. Drunk on Xenia Street. Drunk on Yellowstone Boulevard– some Italian joint, the name eludes me. Drunk with Zyczymy Smacznego… maybe he knows?!

The Publisher Notes: Although Queens is justly known for its hard drinking ways, the three clean cut gentlemen of the street known as Joseph Anastasio, Kevin Walsh & Brian Berger will be all smiles & sweet breath of the Queens muse November 28 at the Fresh Meadows Barnes & Noble. (That’s just water, man, they swear it.)

BZA adds: Thanks to the many WWIB listeners who have sent pictures or letters about the destruction sites & now empty lots of erstwhile boomtown Brooklyn, including those in Bath Beach, Dyker Heights, Gowanus & Homecrest. Will any blog, newspaper, magazine, radio or television report these things in detail before we have the chance to? We hope so but history shows it’s unlikely, in which case the question should be asked why would such self-appointed guardians of Brooklyn real-estate not report them? As ever, all replies will be kept strictly hush-hush.

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