Very majestic animal. It is a boy. He likes blueberries and cotton candy. His name is Joe. But he’s very smart and will adjust to a different name. He loves to kiss your face and to get his horn petted. He does fart when you feed him blueberries. He basically eats anything. He loves the color pink.
I am unable to take care of him as I am leaving the country. He needs a loving, fun home.
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Dir: Jonathan Daniel Federico
Chris Clark (born February 1, 1946 in Santa Cruz, California) is an American soul singer who recorded for Motown Records. Clark became famous in England as the “white Negress” (a nickname meant as a compliment), because the six-foot platinum blonde, blue-eyed soul singer toured with fellow Motown artists who were predominantly black.
Recording on the Motown V.I.P. label, one of several Motown imprints, Chris Clark is still acknowledged by Northern Soul fans for songs such as 1965′s “Do Right Baby Do Right” (by Berry Gordy) and 1966′s “Love’s Gone Bad” (Holland-Dozier-Holland). Another of her notable songs was the 1967 single “I Want To Go Back There Again” (Berry Gordy, Jr).
Clark co-wrote the screenplay for the 1972 Diana Ross vehicle Lady Sings the Blues, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award. She later became an executive for Motown Productions’ film and television division in Los Angeles. In 1982 she married Academy Award-winning screenwriter and novelist Ernest Tidyman. He died of a perforated ulcer in 1984. In recent years, Clark has become an art photographer and has exhibited her work mainly to art dealers and at a few galleries. She also performs on stage occasionally in clubs in the United States and in Europe. She currently lives in Santa Rosa, California
An animated Rexall commercial from the 1966 Hanna-Barbera TV special, Alice in Wonderland or What’s a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This?
James [St James] at 17. Early, early looks. I’d just moved to New York, found that old circus cape at a thrift store on Ave B, and wore it EVERYWHERE. I might still have it somewhere in storage, but it was molting and moth-eaten and just plain filthy in 1984, I’d be terrified to see it now.
Awww. My first (and favorite) boyfriend, Colin. It’s a shame I was such a spoiled brat and ruined everything. We were actually pretty happy for a while. I should call him, see how he is. This was taken on 42nd Street BACK IN THE DAY when it was still pretty rough, boy. I remember it caused quite an uproar when we asked to have the picture in the heart “frame” lol.
My favorite dress ever. Usually worn with a studded jockstrap so I could flash taxi drivers. This picture was taken at Rudolf’s club Quick, which had formerly been Area and NASA.
With Garth in Danceteria basement, 1985
My 19th birthday party at the Palladium, 1985
The Facts of Life Season 1, Episode 1
Repeat, HD, SV, “Rough Housing”, (TV-PG), (1979), Cindy decides not to attend the Harvest Ball when Blair implies that because Cindy is a tomboy, she might be perceived as a lesbian. (Sitcom)
Original Airdate: Friday August 24, 1979 on NBC