The photo is from the March 2006 issue of GQ magazine. Note the smiley-face Hitler tees. The article is titled Minor Threat and the subslug says: "Lamb and Lynx Gaede are like a lot of 13-year-old girls. Except that they love Hitler and sing songs glorifying white supremacy. Aaron Gell confronts ethnic cleansing's hottest act, Prussian Blue."
If this is confrontation, then we really must live in a kinder, gentler nation. Go read it yourself. Maybe I somehow missed the hard-hitting news analysis. Then again, c'mon! This is GQ, not some liberal muckraking publication like say Time magazine. Our intrepid reporter, Aaron Gell, does however capture the sense of moral outrage that followed in the wake of what he calls the twins' "Cinderella moment on ABC's Primetime" last October 20.
The morning after the Primetime debut, the Gaedes' phone wouldn't stop ringing.... "The call-waiting was like beep-beep-beep," April [Geade, their mother] reports. "Every single news thing that you've ever heard of called us."
The Stranger within my gate,
he may be true or kind,
but he does not talk my talk,
I cannot feel his mind.
I see the face and the eyes and the mouth,
but not the soul behind.
The men of my own stock,
they may do ill or well,
but they tell the lies I am wonted to,
they are used to the lies I tell.
The men of my own stock, they may do ill or well, but they tell the lies I am wonted to, they are used to the lies I tell.
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Monday, February 27