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July 10, 2004 | Reed Johnson, Times Staff Writer
The hour is late, and the dimly lighted streets around the Arlequin Theatre are empty save for prowling cops, wary taxi drivers and the ineffable aroma of fresh corn tortillas commingling with diesel fuel. But the striking blond with killer legs and linebacker shoulders is just warming up for the evening.
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July 10, 2004 | Reed Johnson, Times Staff Writer
The hour is late, and the dimly lighted streets around the Arlequin Theatre are empty save for prowling cops, wary taxi drivers and the ineffable aroma of fresh corn tortillas commingling with diesel fuel. But the striking blond with killer legs and linebacker shoulders is just warming up for the evening.
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July 15, 2004
Re "Initiatives to Ban Gay Marriage Could Help Bush in Key States," July 12: I wonder how the Bush administration and the congressional conservatives will explain their mantra that marriage is between a "man and a woman." Has anyone challenged them publicly to define what a man is and a woman is? Are Mianne Bagger, a transsexual who recently was welcomed by the Ladies Professional Golf Assn. to play in the Australian Open, and Jacqueline Aristegui, the Mexican football player turned female singer (recently featured in The Times)
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