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Since clothes in Louie Boston are very, very, very expensive, this did bring to mind a good question: Why not just shop at the Gap or Bloomingdales, instead?"You're the kind of person who gives the media a bad name," said a man who seemed to be in charge, if not own, Louie Boston when our pass was not honored.

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It was billed as a "humor" panel, so there were lots of quips about the president, the vice president and others in the Republican party.

(Believe me, the same will happen when the Reps get to New York.) Baldwin called Dick Cheney a sociopath, Franken said George W.

Bush was not a nice guy, and Begala said: "If the president is a Texas cattle rancher, I'm a Hasidic diamond merchant." "I've seen you on 47th Street," Franken retorted.

Baldwin called America between New York and Los Angeles "flyover country, not leadership America." When Franken immediately balked that he was from Minnesota, a state with a history of leadership, Baldwin retreated and attempted an apology.

The doors closed and the elevator just dropped, like 18 inches.

And it stopped." The men did not panic, but it's not like the fire department was going to wait around to see what would happen.

(It's pronounced Louie, like the Danny De Vito character on Taxi.) Last night the Creative Coalition tried to cram a couple million young people into Louie Boston and a couple of tents in its backyard so everyone could hear the Red Hot Chili Peppers up close.

Patrons supposedly paid

And it stopped." The men did not panic, but it's not like the fire department was going to wait around to see what would happen.(It's pronounced Louie, like the Danny De Vito character on Taxi.) Last night the Creative Coalition tried to cram a couple million young people into Louie Boston and a couple of tents in its backyard so everyone could hear the Red Hot Chili Peppers up close.Patrons supposedly paid $1,000 apiece, but as one friend quipped, if everyone actually forked over that money, the Coalition raised more in one night than John Kerry did recently at Radio City.There were the requisite velvet ropes, nasty security guards and the surliest representatives of the store you could imagine.All of this was designed to keep everyone out of a VIP area in the store and outside in the lightly falling rain.There would be no jiggling of the buttons or, worse yet, long waits while the captives revealed intimate details of their lives. No, the fire department arrived and took axes to the door, and removed the passengers swiftly.

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And it stopped." The men did not panic, but it's not like the fire department was going to wait around to see what would happen.

(It's pronounced Louie, like the Danny De Vito character on Taxi.) Last night the Creative Coalition tried to cram a couple million young people into Louie Boston and a couple of tents in its backyard so everyone could hear the Red Hot Chili Peppers up close.

Patrons supposedly paid $1,000 apiece, but as one friend quipped, if everyone actually forked over that money, the Coalition raised more in one night than John Kerry did recently at Radio City.

There were the requisite velvet ropes, nasty security guards and the surliest representatives of the store you could imagine.

All of this was designed to keep everyone out of a VIP area in the store and outside in the lightly falling rain.

There would be no jiggling of the buttons or, worse yet, long waits while the captives revealed intimate details of their lives. No, the fire department arrived and took axes to the door, and removed the passengers swiftly.

||

And it stopped." The men did not panic, but it's not like the fire department was going to wait around to see what would happen.

(It's pronounced Louie, like the Danny De Vito character on Taxi.) Last night the Creative Coalition tried to cram a couple million young people into Louie Boston and a couple of tents in its backyard so everyone could hear the Red Hot Chili Peppers up close.

Patrons supposedly paid $1,000 apiece, but as one friend quipped, if everyone actually forked over that money, the Coalition raised more in one night than John Kerry did recently at Radio City.

There were the requisite velvet ropes, nasty security guards and the surliest representatives of the store you could imagine.

,000 apiece, but as one friend quipped, if everyone actually forked over that money, the Coalition raised more in one night than John Kerry did recently at Radio City.

There were the requisite velvet ropes, nasty security guards and the surliest representatives of the store you could imagine.

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