macartney:

That time I read a prompt in Elaine’s Last Show.

I am a part of history. 

macartney:

That time I read a prompt in Elaine’s Last Show.

I am a part of history. 

macartney:

HEADED TO THE CARLYLE FOR ELAINE’S LAST SHOW EVER!!!

I miss her so much.

macartney:

HEADED TO THE CARLYLE FOR ELAINE’S LAST SHOW EVER!!!

I miss her so much.

macartney:

The things you find when going through your bootlegs. From 2k11. Can you guess the show from the first notes of the overture?

The fact that it finally came to pass doesn’t make it any better. steverettger-deactivated2014062

macartney:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ELAINE!!!

Her legs were better than mine.

macartney:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ELAINE!!!

Her legs were better than mine.

macartney:

I’ve basically been watching this non-stop for almost 48 hours. Oh dear, oh dear.

They just think in fuck.

macartney:

princeofmanhattan:

Elainestritchislost.tumblr.com

STRITCHY WAS IN MIDTOWN TODAY AND I MISSED HER?!?

New York won’t be the same without you my love.

macartney:

princeofmanhattan:

Elainestritchislost.tumblr.com

STRITCHY WAS IN MIDTOWN TODAY AND I MISSED HER?!?

New York won’t be the same without you my love.

So last week I was at Jacob Riis beach and when I got back to the city I found out that a guy I have previously hooked up with was there with his kids.

So today I was at Long Beach beach and when I got back to the city I found out that a different guy I have previously hooked up with was there with his kids.

HOW MANY MORE MEN WITH CHILDREN HAS MACARTNEY HOOKED UP WITH? DO ALL THE GAYS GO TO THE SAME BEACH? IS THERE SOME GAY TIDE OR GAY MOON CONTROLLING BEACH CHOICES FOR THE NEW YORK HOMOSEXUALS? TUNE IN NEXT WEEKEND SAME GAY CHANNEL SAME GAY TIME.

“Willie and I met about three years ago—that was about a year and a half after I’d quit college to try being an actress. Not that I was that much of one but the idea of it had become an obsession. My God, what a batty girl I was, and I weighed a good twenty-five more pounds than I do now. I’m not bad in my performances but I can’t go down low enough when I have to, or up as high as I would like to. What I’m saying is I wanted to act mainly so that I could skip being myself.”
Bernard Malamud, The Tenants, 1971