Free Republic
Browse · Search
News/Activism
Topics · Post Article

Skip to comments.

HAMPTONS DIARY (heckler's shut Terayza up at Kerry's fund-raiser)
NY POST ^ | August 23, 2004 | Bridget Harrison, Doug Kuntz, Thomas Hinton and Dan Kadison

Posted on 08/23/2004 2:03:51 AM PDT by Liz

Hundreds of well- heeled guests found themselves traipsing through mud to get to John Kerry's $1,000-a-head fund-raiser at the home of venture capitalist Alan Patricof Saturday night, after the event was turned into a political Woodstock by bucketing rain.

Former model Christie Brinkley was overheard joking that the mud was a result of Republican campaign tactics.

Meanwhile, first to collar the delayed presidential hopeful when he finally showed up was hip-hop mogul turned politico Russell Simmons, who pulled Kerry aside for a stern tete-à-tete on how better to relate to the voters. Outside, Jimmy Buffett performed for the waiting crowd, which was awash in tequila.

But the buzz was almost amid by Teresa Heinz Kerry's long-winded introduction, which finaly ended soon after one heckler told her to sit down.

Later, the Kerrys headed to the East Hampton home of "Sex and the City" creator Darren Star, who co-hosted a $25,000-per-person dinner with furniture designer Mitchell Gold. It was attended by 250 guests including Sen. Chuck Schumer, actor Peter Boyle, Infinity Radio chief John Sykes and marketing exec Robert Zimmerman.

Kerry thanked Star, telling the crowd that in this economy, "Sex and the City's" fictional character of Carrie Bradshaw wouldn't even be able to afford a $15 pair of shoes.

*

The Hamptons may be Democrat country but John Kerry didn't make himself popular with all the locals this weekend. Well-to-do residents out for early morning bike rides and walks on Lily Pond Lane yesterday were incensed by the heavy-handed appearance of Secret Service, State Police, Suffolk Country police and East Hampton Village police, who all descended on the quiet street to clear the way for Kerry, who was heading for breakfast with Steven Spielberg on Georgica Pond.

Contact Diary at Hamptons@nypost.com or (212) 930-8500.

(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...


TOPICS: Extended News; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: fundraiser; hamptons; hollywoodleft; kerry; teresaheinz
Navigation: use the links below to view more comments.
first 1-5051-97 next last
............cops closed off intersections, others on motorbikes blasted their horns at Sunday cyclists, joggers, senior citizens and mothers pushing baby strollers to get them off the road. Many sniffed at the motorcade, which included 16 motorcycles and a dozen vehicles with sirens blaring, telling Diary: "Who does this guy think he is, the president?" Others branded the procession "ridiculous" and swore Kerry had just lost their vote. "I was thinking of voting for John Kerry, but after this, no way," sniffed one.

Gosh, and here I thought all Dumbocrats were so "tolerant and compassionate." (/sarc)

1 posted on 08/23/2004 2:03:52 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | View Replies]

To: Liz
Kerry thanked Star, telling the crowd that in this economy, "Sex and the City's" fictional character of Carrie Bradshaw wouldn't even be able to afford a $15 pair of shoes.

That's a pretty dopey comment -- the show was set in current times, and she was able to afford $500 Manolos on a weekly newspaper columnist's salary. Sounds like times are pretty good, if that show is an indication!

2 posted on 08/23/2004 2:11:14 AM PDT by NYCVirago
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz

Superstar!


3 posted on 08/23/2004 2:12:26 AM PDT by mgist
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz

Kerry's the last guy the terrorist want to go after. They want him elected.


4 posted on 08/23/2004 2:14:07 AM PDT by DB (©)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz
Former model Christie Brinkley was overheard joking that the mud was a result of Republican campaign tactics.

Don't laugh. She may have a bright career ahead of her, speaking to tens of dozens daily on Air America.

Outside, Jimmy Buffett performed for the waiting crowd, which was awash in tequila.

I've never heard TerAYza described as being "a waiting crowd" before this.

Huh. Live and learn, I s'pose. :)

5 posted on 08/23/2004 2:14:28 AM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle (I feel more and more like a revolted Charlton Heston, witnessing ape society for the very first time)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: mgist
"But the buzz was almost amid by Teresa Heinz Kerry's long-winded introduction, which finaly ended soon after one heckler told her to sit down."

I predict she is going to have a meltdown before this is over. Teresa doesn't have the humility and faith of Mrs. Bush, or the tenacity of Rodham-Clinton, to tolerate this.

6 posted on 08/23/2004 2:16:26 AM PDT by mgist
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies]

To: Liz
They seem to be hanging out with a lot of the well-to-do for a party that is supposed to be the champion of the "common man". In Britain, we call this set "the chattering classes"...partially because if they shut up for 5 minutes, they'd realise what crap they're spouting.

Thanks, I prefer the mesquite cutting cowboy from Crawford.

Regards, Ivan

7 posted on 08/23/2004 2:16:54 AM PDT by MadIvan (Gothic. Freaky. Conservative. - http://www.rightgoths.com/)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle

Airhead Christie on Air America.........great synergism. LOL.


8 posted on 08/23/2004 2:18:31 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 5 | View Replies]

To: mgist

Going to meltdown?

Appears to me she's already plunged to the depths.............shouting matches with Kerry, long-winded speeches, not knowing the limits, having to be sedated to make her convention speech. God knows what happens behind closed doors.


9 posted on 08/23/2004 2:21:22 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 6 | View Replies]

To: mgist

And this heckler was among a "friendly" audience.


10 posted on 08/23/2004 2:21:25 AM PDT by weegee (YOU could have been aborted, and you wouldn't have had a CHOICE about it.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 6 | View Replies]

To: Liz

I was in a mall yesterday. There was a lot of shopping going on. Kerry should get out more. He'd find out people are buying shoes that cost a whole lot more than $15... and they're buying a whole lot more than just shoes.

For one thing, housing starts are at an all-time high.


11 posted on 08/23/2004 2:24:14 AM PDT by samtheman (www.georgewbush.com)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz
God knows what happens behind closed doors.

Just so long as it invokves her remaining FULLY CLOTHED, AT ALL TIMES: I'm braced for the worst, otherwise. I can handle it. :)

12 posted on 08/23/2004 2:24:36 AM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle (I feel more and more like a revolted Charlton Heston, witnessing ape society for the very first time)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 9 | View Replies]

To: Liz
Compare NY Post to the NY Times. I'd say the Post has better journalism.

EAST HAMPTON, N.Y., Aug. 21 - Talk about soaking the rich.

The Democratic presidential nominee, John Kerry, breezed through the Hamptons this weekend to attend private fund-raisers and siphon a couple of million dollars from the wealthy, left-leaning East End of Long Island. But the real story here was the rain.

A driving downpour on Saturday night put Mr. Kerry's arrival and appearances behind schedule. Campaign workers held umbrellas for donors getting out of their cars. Hair frizzled and mascara ran. Montauk Highway became a pond.

At a tent party for 800 guests (minimum entry fee: $1,000) at the home of the venture capitalist Alan Patricof, women lost their high heels to the mud while a trumpet player resembling Ernest Borgnine led the band in "When You're Smiling." Dozens of people with dirty feet left early.

"I had $200 designer shoes that stayed in the car," said Grace Williams, a New Jersey resident who spent the weekend in Montauk. "I'm not ruining them."

A spokeswoman for Mr. Kerry's campaign said he raised at least $2.5 million in the campaign's daylong, four-party tour of the Hamptons.

Other Democratic politicians have staged lavish, celebrity-rich fund-raisers here, and this weekend's guest lists were no exception. They included the model Christie Brinkley; the actress Candice Bergen; James Lipton, host of "Inside the Actor's Studio"; and the hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons.

What set Mr. Kerry's visit apart, said Robert Zimmerman, a national Democratic committeeman, was the support.

"There has never been a Democratic candidate who produced the level of excitement that John Kerry did," Mr. Zimmerman said. "It was the strongest I have ever seen."

After flying into Westhampton on Saturday, Mr. Kerry attended the tent party, where he delivered a campaign speech and played guitar as Jimmy Buffett sang "Brown-Eyed Girl." Then he was off to a $25,000-per-person dinner at the home of Darren Star, creator of "Sex and the City."

At a restaurant down the road, Mr. Kerry's daughter Vanessa and stepson Chris Heinz spoke at a $2,500-per-person fund-raiser.

Yesterday morning, the skies had cleared, and Mr. Kerry's wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, was the host of a 35-person lunch at the East Hampton home of the fashion designer Donna Karan.

After the festivities, Mr. Kerry and his entourage drove to Gabreski Airport in Westhampton for the flight to Boston. One East End farmer, anticipating Mr. Kerry's route, propped a sign on an old pickup truck bidding farewell. It read, "Kerry Go Home."

13 posted on 08/23/2004 2:28:42 AM PDT by mgist
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: samtheman

I was on the road yesterday, Lexington KY (dropping son off at UK) to ATL. Around 360 miles, I-75 in KY, TN, GA. Judging by the number of heavily laden trucks on the road, the economy is doing just fine.


14 posted on 08/23/2004 2:29:02 AM PDT by FreedomPoster (hoplophobia is a mental aberration rather than a mere attitude)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 11 | View Replies]

To: FreedomPoster
Judging by the number of heavily laden trucks on the road, the economy is doing just fine.
I drive the NJ Turnpike daily and see the same thing: roads are thick with commerce.
15 posted on 08/23/2004 2:50:53 AM PDT by samtheman (www.georgewbush.com)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 14 | View Replies]

To: Liz
Later, the Kerrys headed to the East Hampton home of "Sex and the City" creator Darren Star, who co-hosted a $25,000-per-person dinner with furniture designer Mitchell Gold. It was attended by 250 guests

What was that about worrying about the 'little people' and their inability to purchase 15 dollar shoes? Just remember SENATOR, not to run over any of those 'little people' with their ten dollar shoes on your way to $25,000-per-person dinners with Hollywood.

Maybe off topic, but the democrats just reek of insincerity. The last few days I had been hearing over and over the phrase 'little people'; by dem media shills, by DUers, other various assorted leftists on the Internet. It must have been thrown out there as a test, because before you knew it, it had been changed to 'average American', which Kerry has been using the last couple of days. 'Little people' must not have tested well, so they changed it before handing it to Kerry. I'm surprised they didn't just go ahead and copy the rest of O Brother and trot out a midget with a broom.
16 posted on 08/23/2004 3:14:02 AM PDT by kenth
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: mgist
Kerry thanked Star, telling the crowd that in this economy, "Sex and the City's" fictional character of Carrie Bradshaw wouldn't even be able to afford a $15 pair of shoes

I had $200 designer shoes that stayed in the car," said Grace Williams


'Nuff said.
17 posted on 08/23/2004 3:23:21 AM PDT by GodBlessRonaldReagan (Count Petofi will not be denied!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 13 | View Replies]

To: samtheman

Ah, the economy.....I am just finishing up with a home re-modeling project....it took months to complete because I was on a waiting list from area contractors, they are so busy....every contractor I talked to said the same thing...they have more work than they could handle and each one of them was trying to hire more craftsmen....


18 posted on 08/23/2004 3:30:23 AM PDT by mystery-ak (The most dangerous place in the world...between Moore and Ronstadt in the buffet line!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 11 | View Replies]

To: Liz
Later, the Kerrys headed to the East Hampton home of "Sex and the City" creator Darren Star, who co-hosted a $25,000-per-person dinner with furniture designer Mitchell Gold. It was attended by 250 guests including Sen. Chuck Schumer, actor Peter Boyle, Infinity Radio chief John Sykes and marketing exec Robert Zimmerman.

Kerry thanked Star, telling the crowd that in this economy, "Sex and the City's" fictional character of Carrie Bradshaw wouldn't even be able to afford a $15 pair of shoes.

Uh John...you were speaking to people who paid 25 grand to hear you and your wierd wife speak. SOme crappy economy. This guy is incredible.

19 posted on 08/23/2004 3:41:12 AM PDT by Benrand
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: mystery-ak

The socialist press in a socialist country routinely lies about how great the economy is.

The socialist press in a (relatively) free market economy routinely lies about how bad the economy is.


20 posted on 08/23/2004 3:43:49 AM PDT by samtheman (www.georgewbush.com)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 18 | View Replies]

To: Liz

"hip-hop mogul turned politico Russell Simmons, who pulled Kerry aside for a stern tete-à-tete on how better to relate to the voters."

Kerry probably had a "deer in the headlights" stare as he thought, "I hope this negro isn't going to mug me."


21 posted on 08/23/2004 3:48:10 AM PDT by Casloy
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz

"'Sex and the City" creator Darren Star, who co-hosted a $25,000-per-person dinner with furniture designer Mitchell Gold. It was attended by 250 guests including Sen. Chuck Schumer, actor Peter Boyle, Infinity Radio chief John Sykes"

Good group... you got a porn producer, a dirtbag Senator, a has been actor, and a syndicated radio chief who's been fined over and over for putting garbage on the air. These are the people who support Kerry.


22 posted on 08/23/2004 3:52:25 AM PDT by Casloy
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz
"I was thinking of voting for John Kerry, but after this, no way," sniffed one.

A shallow person like this really scares me -- he's going to base his decision on the future of the country, not on the issues, but on the fact that he was inconvenienced on a Sunday morning.

Hey bud, there are a zillion good reasons not to vote for Kerry. Educate yourself and pick one.

23 posted on 08/23/2004 3:58:01 AM PDT by MrsEmmaPeel
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Casloy

Kerry's having to hobnob with the lower classes musta been a royal pain.


24 posted on 08/23/2004 4:01:39 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 21 | View Replies]

To: Liz
"Former model Christie Brinkley was overheard joking that the mud was a result of Republican campaign tactics."

..tee-hee...........isn't she just, like, sooooo cute 'n' all? .........giggle..........

25 posted on 08/23/2004 4:03:19 AM PDT by RightOnline
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz

Jimmy Buffet...Hmmm, didn't Jimmy Buffet perform at some crooked exec's infamous birthday bash, the party where they had champagne coming out of a statue's, ahem...well, you know. That party for Dennis What's-His-Name. If so, smooth move by the Kerry campaign.


26 posted on 08/23/2004 4:05:23 AM PDT by mewzilla
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Casloy
......you got a porn producer, a dirtbag Senator, a has been actor, and a syndicated radio chief who's been fined for putting garbage on the air.....

Sounds like a new version of the Village People.

27 posted on 08/23/2004 4:09:01 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 22 | View Replies]

To: mewzilla

..........Dennis Koslowski's infamous b'day party for his wife on Sardinia.


28 posted on 08/23/2004 4:10:46 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 26 | View Replies]

To: Liz

That's it! More heart and soul of America there, all right.


29 posted on 08/23/2004 4:11:47 AM PDT by mewzilla
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 28 | View Replies]

To: GodBlessRonaldReagan

$15 shoes? I have never seen a pair of $15 shoes.

Kerry is as bad as Bush pere not knowing the price of socks.


30 posted on 08/23/2004 4:13:28 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 17 | View Replies]

To: MrsEmmaPeel

You didn't cite what the "observer" also said..."Who does he think he is...the president?"

It sounds like this "shallow person" has keyed in on what the rest of us has noticed about Kerry...his pretentiousness!


31 posted on 08/23/2004 4:17:23 AM PDT by mdmathis6 (The Democrats must be defeated in 2004)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 23 | View Replies]

To: NYCVirago
Kerry said that to an audience of 250 that kicked in 25k each ($6.25 million).

It couldn't get funnier or more disconnected.

32 posted on 08/23/2004 4:18:37 AM PDT by metesky ("Brethren, leave us go amongst them." Rev. Capt. Samuel Johnston Clayton - Ward Bond- The Searchers)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 2 | View Replies]

To: Liz
Thankfully, no pics of the has-beens and never-weres (wases?).

Play [polo, of course] lasted about 20 minutes before the heavens opened, sending the luxury-loving crowd diving for cover under the VIP tent — and then found themselves surrounded by a quagmire of sticky mud.

*chortle*

33 posted on 08/23/2004 4:24:04 AM PDT by Watery Tart (“I'm sure there will be stories that I've given birth to children from Mars.” ~~Teresa)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz

This story sounds like something Thurston Howell III would have dreamed while on Gilligan's Island. "Oh, to be amongst the rich people again! You would not believe what a bore the little people are. They're just awful - back me up on this one, Lovey."


34 posted on 08/23/2004 4:24:38 AM PDT by Puddleglum (Bush=America First; Kerry=Ask Ted Kennedy First)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Watery Tart
the heavens opened, sending the luxury-loving crowd diving for cover under the VIP tent — and then found themselves surrounded by a quagmire of sticky mud.

That's what a real quagmire is you idiots.

35 posted on 08/23/2004 4:28:31 AM PDT by MP5 (The memory is seared in my mind, seared I tell ya, burned in, never forget it..yep Cambodia..)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 33 | View Replies]

To: Liz

LOL!!! A typical Democrat freak show with Teresa giving a demonstration of what a pompous wind bag she is. She must have been over/under medicated.... your guess is as good as mine.


36 posted on 08/23/2004 4:28:58 AM PDT by dennisw (Allah FUBAR!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz

"clear the way for Kerry, who was heading for breakfast with Steven Spielberg on Georgica Pond."

No doubt to discuss making another John "MAJOR HERO" sKerry movie to counter the Swifties.


37 posted on 08/23/2004 4:30:09 AM PDT by BillyCrockett
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: mdmathis6
I think you missed my point. Kerry's entourage inconveniences a few people on a Sunday and the one interviewed decided that this is the reason not to vote for Kerry?

Is that the depth of this man's political convictions? Sure we can all laugh and say: "ha - ha -- Kerry lost a vote", but I'd much rather have an informed electorate than a shallow one. And if this man wasn't inconvenienced that Sunday, would he still vote for Kerry in November? And if he can be persuaded to change his mind and not vote for Kerry based on being inconvenienced, could something equally as silly change his mind back again?

Like I said before, there I've got a zillion good reasons not to vote for Kerry, and none of them hinge on whether or not I was personally inconvenienced.

38 posted on 08/23/2004 4:31:16 AM PDT by MrsEmmaPeel
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 31 | View Replies]

To: Liz
Meanwhile, first to collar the delayed presidential hopeful when he finally showed up was hip-hop mogul turned politico Russell Simmons, who pulled Kerry aside for a stern tete-à-tete on how better to relate to the voters.

If Kerry starts describing his candicay as "off the hook, yo", you know where it all started.

39 posted on 08/23/2004 4:32:10 AM PDT by RogueIsland
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: MadIvan
Thanks, I prefer the mesquite cutting cowboy from Crawford.

 




 

 

 

VERSUS:

 

 

 


40 posted on 08/23/2004 4:33:26 AM PDT by dennisw (Allah FUBAR!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 7 | View Replies]

To: Liz; MeekOneGOP; PhilDragoo; Mia T; potlatch; JohnHuang2; Smartass; devolve; Grampa Dave
"Kerry thanked Star, telling the crowd that in this economy, "Sex and the City's" fictional character of Carrie Bradshaw wouldn't even be able to afford a $15 pair of shoes."

__________________

Like the billionaire (thanks to Tuh-reez-uh) really knows what it's like to wear a $15 pair os shoes - ping.

41 posted on 08/23/2004 4:34:17 AM PDT by Happy2BMe (JOHN KERRY is as much like the WORKING MAN as WHOOPIE GOLDBERG is to GEORGE W. BUSH! - Vote BUSH!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: mgist
"There has never been a Democratic candidate who produced the level of excitement that John Kerry did,"

Tell that to clintbilly.

42 posted on 08/23/2004 4:34:36 AM PDT by mombonn (ˇViva Bush/Cheney!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 13 | View Replies]

To: Liz

Sounds like the mud wasn't a problem for them. I'll bet they just put on their loafers and floated right over it.

43 posted on 08/23/2004 4:34:38 AM PDT by Nick Danger (www.swiftvets.com www.wintersoldier.com www.kerrylied.com)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Liz

Bump!


44 posted on 08/23/2004 4:36:46 AM PDT by The Mayor (God gives grace for this life and glory in the life to come.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Happy2BMe
Like the billionaire (thanks to Tuh-reez-uh) really knows what it's like to wear a $15 pair os shoes - ping.

I'll bet that pig has more shoes in her closets than Imelda Marcos. I'll also bet she's paying for John boy's butler


45 posted on 08/23/2004 4:44:13 AM PDT by dennisw (Allah FUBAR!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 41 | View Replies]

To: dennisw; MeekOneGOP; PhilDragoo; devolve; potlatch; Smartass; Mia T
"I'll bet that pig has more shoes in her closets than Imelda Marcos."

_____________________

Which one of her seven mansions scattered around the globe would you be referring to?

BTW: The Kerry's sold a $9 million mansion in Italy to none other than (actor) George Clooney to avoid the "appearance of" opulence while Kerry was running for President. (Don't wanna turn off the "working pukes," ya know).

All total, the Kerry's seven mansions are valued at over a measly, paltry $40 million dollars.

John Kerry - a man among gigolos - and a Democrat's perfect example of what it takes to be president.

46 posted on 08/23/2004 4:50:13 AM PDT by Happy2BMe (JOHN KERRY is as much like the WORKING MAN as WHOOPIE GOLDBERG is to GEORGE W. BUSH! - Vote BUSH!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 45 | View Replies]

To: MrsEmmaPeel

I didn't quite disagree with with what you said...voters should have deeper convictions on which they base their votes...but first impressions can be quite damaging as well.


47 posted on 08/23/2004 4:54:30 AM PDT by mdmathis6 (The Democrats must be defeated in 2004)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 38 | View Replies]

To: Liz
Hundreds of well- heeled guests found themselves traipsing through mud...

Sounds like a metaphor for Kerry's campaign.

48 posted on 08/23/2004 4:59:23 AM PDT by twhitak
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: NYCVirago
Kerry thanked Star, telling the crowd who paid $25,000 per ticket that in this economy, "Sex and the City's" fictional character of Carrie Bradshaw wouldn't even be able to afford a $15 pair of shoes.

There, that's better.

49 posted on 08/23/2004 5:01:36 AM PDT by noexcuses
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 2 | View Replies]

To: dennisw

What happened was that Terayza felt "down" so she took an upper to be "on" for the doings, but she was so turned on (she was actually hanging from the ciling) so she took a downer to act normal, then she felt "down" again, so she took an upper, and then...........ROTFL.


50 posted on 08/23/2004 5:13:39 AM PDT by Liz
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 36 | View Replies]


Navigation: use the links below to view more comments.
first 1-5051-97 next last

Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.

Free Republic
Browse · Search
News/Activism
Topics · Post Article

FreeRepublic, LLC, PO BOX 9771, FRESNO, CA 93794
FreeRepublic.com is powered by software copyright 2000-2008 John Robinson