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  • It was not that the white American worker was threatened with starvation, but it was what was, after all, a more important question,—whether or not he should lose his frontroom and victrola and even the dream of a Ford car.


  • After a breakfast of fresh fruit, black coffee, and fried eggs, she set about cleaning her little house, going from the frontroom parlor to the kitchen and back to her bedroom -- redding up, dusting, sweeping, and changing the bedclothes on her big feather bed, bequeathed to her by her mamma.


  • The case on Monday/yesterday offered a fascinating study in two contrasting personalities - the pugnacious Berezovsky, the quintessential frontroom operator, vs the diffident and media-shy Abramovich, a man clearly more comfortable operating behind the scenes, or standing mutely on the football terrace.

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  • PS, the bulb in my frontroom light has just blown and I don't have a spare and can't get to

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  • The frontroom is painted shrimp pink, and Blanchard is working himself up imagining what he would like to do to the BP chief executive if he ever got the chance: fist fight, public wrestling match, jail time?

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  • The frontroom show wasn't enough for you? p.s.: He never lived in Levittown and his family was not middle-class (upper 10\%). upright left Says:

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  • May 9 - EBM Party 18 frontroom: Jimi LaMort (electro house)


  • May 30 - PANIC - the ultimate retro party - frontroom: Bauhaus, Love & Rockets, and Peter Murphy


  • June 27 - PANIC - the ultimate retro party - frontroom: Nine Inch Nails fest 2009


  • Aug 29 - PANIC - the ultimate retro party - frontroom: 90's Alternative (from Grunge to Brit)



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    December 10, 2006