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Uncle Lou stars in a musical at his entertainment hall

September 6, 2013
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Uncle Lou's Musical

Is Orlando ready for Uncle Lou’s, the musical? A cryptic event cropped up on Facebook that advertises a game of Bingo with a musical debuted in the middle, starring Uncle Lou and featuring the directorial and, I’m assuming, writing talents of the Lister sisters and a supporting cast that promises a cross-dressing Jessica Earley. If these names sound familiar, it’s likely due to their recently successful and avant garde collaborative art project, I Believe In You. It takes place on Saturday, Sept. 7, so if you’re out for Will’s Pub’s anniversary party, it would be only natural for your evening to progress toward Lou’s and Wally’s anyway, right? These are details I’ve only gleaned from minimal commentary advertising the event on Facebook from Uncle Lou’s inner circle (if you will). But at an admission cost of only $1 and the potential to win a cash prize during Bingo, you could actually walk away with more money in your pocket and join a close-knit audience for this quirky debut. According to the event, the musical begins at 11 p.m. and lasts 15 minutes, so if you’re out on Mills Avenue anyway, it seems a harmless and potentially hilarious(?) commitment.

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  • loop

    lister sister is overrated. all the skinny boys like them cause the sister is the classic unavailable female. since the boys treat them seriously with nods and boners the lonely women mimic their every gyration. to get at all close to the lister is to risk serious injury or death. of the soul.

  • twisted sister gets skinny boy

    Our name is sell n meth.
    We will steal your soul but we’ll give it back covered with bingo chips

  • loop

    in fairness, nearly every woman plays unavailable these days. the female presence is apparently a gift to only those deserving. money makes us deserving indeed. and can’t you just smell the money coming off of some guys?? daddy mommy daddy mommy daddy mommy daddy mommy who wants a daddy who wants a mommy who wants to go first

  • twisted sister gets skinny boy

    i can smell more than money
    i have been trained by mommy daddy mommy daddy mommy daddy
    to have a keen sense of smell: filtering through chumps
    while also rising above my own pungent odor
    the female presence is a gift to only those deserving
    you just got the money part wrong

  • boop

    chumps need love(pussy) too.
    in any case thanks for gracing the earth with your presence.
    we are all the richer for it.
    and as an off-topic pornography did you ever sleep with the famous count de vlieger? he doesn’t even need money to get laid.
    your shit is weak.

  • Match Believer

    I’m a count? It’s true. I’ve never charged for sex! I have also not banged it out with the Listers, as I have put on weight.

  • boop

    i guess in the end it really doesn’t matter. we’re all in this american funhouse of horrors together. fuck it. build a bunker and hide. no one really chooses to live in the ghetto. how do you see this situation with syria panning out? is this a harbinger? yes, that’s how i feel. something good is cooking. what do you see in the future? i don’t care who you fuck, Matt. just make a movie and post it on-line for once. inquiring minds want to know. in my heart of hearts i only hate women. men are forgivable cause we all bleed red. #bitchesbleedblack

  • Match Believer

    I appreciate poetry, but yours is difficult to respond to. Who are you? What cause do you represent? What do you hope to undermine? Why the unsolicited advice? Why the backtracking on everything? I don’t separate my identity from my opinions. You seem to have difficulty expressing yourself. It’s understandable. Expression is one of the hardest things to figure out and direct. Come, come, shadow dweller–out with it!

  • poop

    i don’t believe in opinions and identity. i believe in Zen and Space. i’m suspicious of men and women who claim to have a handle on expression. i’m indignant towards americans and europeans when so much confidence is required just to appear in public. you and i are not cut from the same cloth and are approaching two very different destinies. the only difficulty i have is enduring life among the present-day human. i find your expression boring. in fact my boredom is at the root of this thread. all the beautiful flesh in history isn’t worth its weight in gold. if you think i have difficulty expressing myself it’s only because the listener would rather be seduced than slapped. but that’s exactly what people in the world need right now. a fucking slap. so yeah, boring, Zen, americans, beauty, history, expression, seduction, and a slap. that’s the end of my involvement with this comment thread. none of it will ever amount to anything. it’s only ego talking. the future is gonna kick ass. later.

  • Jessica

    But now I’m so curious. What kind of artistic expression do you find interesting?

  • Match Believer

    Sounds like poorly woven opinions and expression to me. I don’t claim to have a handle on it. I was EXPRESSING empathy. But if you’re only going to give lazily I’ll save my concern. Not worth it, Jessica. No performance could be as boring as this last comment.

  • Match Believer

    Also, leave me out next time, just for the sake of it, or just as a favor. Thanks.