Larryville citizens have no doubt noticed numerous "Vote Yes Transit" signs popping up in yards lately like progressive little toadstools. The vote approaches.
Chip: "Generally, people who own homes do not ride the bus. The bus is for the homeless. Therefore, it's safe to assume that the displayers of these signs are your run-of-the-mill Larryville liberals, and I tend to cross the street when I see the signs for fear one of these folks will rush out and want to discuss the environment or something."
On Friday, the Replay will host its second annual fashion show, in which local designers, artists, and downtown shop workers strut their stuff on a makeshift runway for charity. Will the boys, who have pretty much dressed the same way every day since elementary school, be there?
Richard: "Last year I saw a nearly naked woman get paint splashed on her during an intermission performance-art piece. You bet I'll be there!"
Chip: "The Replay is reputed to be a place where all styles are welcome, but the one time I wore elastic pants down there my lady friends made fun of me."
A shot from last year's show: