Underlying Gilbert's comment, if readers extend the logic of his metaphor, is the suggestion that Mississippi is no place for "cocksuckers
Blues follows what had become the standard structure of the rock 'n' roll backstage-musical film, alternating between the spectacle of onstage performance and the narrative of the offstage scenes that link them.
One of the police officers complained to Bruce when he was performing in a club about his use of the word "cocksucker
": "'I'm offended because you broke the law.
By (not) saying something, Deadwood's cocksuckers
do something or try and get something done with their mouths.
"Now," he said, "I know you fellows are unhappy are unhappy because your girlfriends are sleeping with the Arabs and you've had to sell your Volkswagens to meet next month's mortgage payment, but I'm here to make you laugh in spite of yourselves ..." "Go ahead and do it then, you kosher cocksucker
!" yelled the big drunk.
It is my experience that most women don't like opening their e-mail to find greetings like, "You liberal cocksucker
The police would bust up shows for phrases like "cocksucker
." His 1964 New York trial became a cause celebre, with the likes of Irving Howe, Lionel Trilling, and Reinhold Niebuhr signing petitions for him.
With the apparent exception of "cocksucker
," no widespread anti-gay
Likewise, Hogg tells Delany's young narrator: "Hey, cocksucker
, you know why I spit in your mouth?
Reggie Jackson, for example, in his autobiography describes Yankee manager Billy Martin and several Yankee players, including stars Thurman Munson, Sparky Lyle, and Graig Nettles hurling anti-Semitic insults at teammate Ken Holtzman in 1977, and quotes Nettles publicly denouncing a reporter as a "Jew cocksucker
. More recently, Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott regularly, uttered anti-Semitic epithets.
Yeah, it used to be "The Brass" and then you changed it to just "Nick Boserio" and underneath it was "The Brass" and now it's just, like, good young cocksucker
"If you want to be against McCarthy, boys," the Wisconsin Senator once told two reporters, "you've got to be a Communist or a cocksucker
" (Halberstam 54).
However, there's little here that the average rabid Stones fan won't have seen before, if he or she's tracked down such seminal docus as "Sympathy for the Devil" (1968), "Gimme Shelter" (1970), the officially unreleased but still-obtainable "Cocksucker
Blues" (1972), and more recently "Shine a Light" (2008) and "Stones in Exile" (2010).
Several films between 1968 and 1972 employed cinema verite techniques in an attempt to capture the Stones at what was arguably their creative peak, among them Jean-Luc Godard's Sympathy for the Devil (1968) Robert Frank's little-seen Cocksucker
Blues (1972), and of course, the Maysles' well-known Gimme Shelter.
! Dead from AIDS queer meat!" (97)--the same epithets that Walter's assailants hurled at him while beating him to death (24).