By Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
Friday, 4/14/2006 12:00 AM
Lest that definitive drag queen Oprah take offense, let me state yet again that these musings are the fabricated ravings of a bitter harridan. They are not to be taken in any way seriously, or as objective truth. I will try to use the term "alleged" * as often as possible, so as to protect the guilty, not to mention the all too suspecting public, from my dangerous delusions...
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders called me one afternoon, awakening me from my usual unsound sleep. "Beauregard, before I tell you who died, I want you to remember that we should only speak good of the dead.." That statement sent me reeling into the distant past, completely distracting my usual, pre-coffee dread. Wondering just where I had heard Timothy say that, I was relieved when he told me the deceased was Rhonda Carlyle, and not, say, Elizabeth Taylor, ... Read More