Me at a car show the other day wearing the clothes I made and selling in my booth
Use to live up the street. Sometimes I really miss the life I had in Hollywood. I was living out my dream, I was going somewhere and going to be somebody. To this day I wish I had tried harder. My dad gave all he had to help me and my band make it and I feel I failed him by just not giving all I had. Things didn’t turn out right and I lost my innocents in ways I have only told my future husband. The thing I regret most is losing my passion. Music was my life and now I barely will listen to the radio. I haven’t picked up a guitar in so long. I can’t, it hurts too much. Most people don’t even know about my former life or that I actually have talent. I refuse to sing karaoke or anything. Something died inside at my last show and with some guy named Patrick I would never see again. I’m not sure I can ever get back all he took from me. I’d love to play again, but I’m afraid. Afraid maybe to give that much of myself again.
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Boobs are nice sure, but hips, that’s where it’s at.
Evelyn Treacher, 1969
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Saw this and though, dang she has the same body as me.
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My photos of Ally JoyKill Styled by V Vintage and photographed by BobbySoxer.
Wild Boys On The Road. They’re not really wild, more just trying to get a job, food and shelter. The rape scene is my favorite because of the moral reaction of these kids. They are so much better then the adults in this film. People had such hard lives during the depression that human value was at a low and these youths still had their innocents and moral decency to know rap was wrong and Ward Bond paid the price.
Just watched Wild Boys of the Road. It’s so badass. I don’t wanna spoil nothin’ but that first photo is from a scene where a bunch of kids beat the shit out of a rapist while in a boxcar.
Also, my new hero is Frankie Darro.
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Saw this movie again the other day with my man. I like to introduce him to films like these. Precode movies that show alot of character development and give you a real feel for what life was like at this time.
Dorothy Coonan, Frankie Darro and Edwin Phillips in Wild Boys of the Road ( dir. William A. Wellman, 1933)
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