Actors and actresses should generally stick to what they know best; repeating the lines others have written for them. Jamie Lee Curtis recently decided to try to explain, in her own words, how much she really supports the Second Amendment, but ended up showing how dependent she is on her screenwriters.

It started innocently enough, when FOXNews.com posted an article about Curtis’s role in the latest installment of the Halloween horror movie franchise. The article simply pointed out that the character Curtis plays in the movie, Laurie Strode, uses firearms for personal protection (as do other characters in her body of work), then points out that Curtis is a vocal opponent of gun rights. But the article also suggested that she may not be “entirely anti-gun.”

Sensitive anti-gun folks on the Internet then leapt to the “defense” of the actress, claiming she’s just an actress playing a role. Several tweets from these Internet White Knights seemed to indicate that there is nothing incongruous with Curtis being anti-gun AND acting in movies where guns are portrayed in what most would think is a favorable light.

Some even went so far as to point towards other movies and characters as part of their defense of her. Many of the examples, however, show despicable people committing horrific crimes. Anthony Hopkin’s Hannibal Lecter character is mentioned, along with his cannibalism. Tony Curtis (Jamie Leigh’s actual father) playing the infamous Boston Strangler is offered. But for sheer magnitude, it’s hard to top the atrocity committed by the evil Thanos, portrayed by Josh Brolin in this year’s Avengers: Infinity War. He wipes out half of all life in the universe!

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But there’s a big problem with these examples. Nobody is defending these heinous acts. We all agree they are wrong, and the characters who commit these violent crimes are truly villainous.

On the other hand, the character Curtis portrays, Strode, has been one of the intended victims of Michael Myers, the homicidal maniac from the Halloween series, in most of the films. We presume she is an intended victim in this one, too, although it won’t be in theatres until next week. If she uses firearms in an effort to put an end to Myers’ psychopathic killing spree, then that’s a good thing, right?

Well, maybe not. If you are simply so anti-gun that you think firearms used by good guys to stop bad guys is still bad, simply because firearms are used, then perhaps those on Twitter will think Strode is just as bad as Hannibal Lecter or Thanos. If that’s the case, they won’t like what Curtis had to say.

Although all of these people defending Curtis seem to be doing so because they believe her anti-gun views are still pure, Curtis herself appears to be upset that the FOXNews piece implies she is anti-gun.

A USA Today article quotes Curtis as claiming, “I fully support the Bill of Rights. And fully support the Second Amendment.” She also refers to the FOXNews article as “trying to make a point without ever asking me what I really think.”

Now, here’s where Curtis might have wanted a screenwriter to help her with her words.

She claims she is not anti-gun and supports the Second Amendment, but also states that she supports banning semi-automatic firearms. Funny, but that sounds pretty anti-gun and anti-Second Amendment.

After claiming to support the Second Amendment, she then qualifies that “support” by promoting schemes pushed by the anti-gun crowd, like government-mandated licensing and training, “universal” background checks, and waiting periods. And that’s just to possess. One wonders what she would want the government to put a law-abiding gun owners through in order to actually carry the firearm for personal protection?

She even uses regulations on automobiles to bolster her anti-gun views, which is one of the more popular false equivalences used by most anti-gun folks. Of course, none of the schemes she mentions, much like automobiles, have any relation to the Bill of Rights or the Second Amendment.

So, her valiant online defenders seem adamant that she’s just an actress, and is still pure in her anti-gun views. She claims she is not anti-gun, and supports the Second Amendment. What’s the verdict? Well, if you want people to believe you when you act like you aren’t anti-gun, Jamie, you’re going to have to stop reading from the standard, anti-gun scripts when you promote your “support” of the Second Amendment.

Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

His playful voice had vanished, replaced with a strict severity. She had no choice. She took hold of the joystick. PHOTO: SHUTTERSTOCK

Laughter. Running around. Two toddlers and a baby having a jolly good time. Favourite place, Nani ma’s home; the room with the large windows, letting in the afternoon sun, warm and friendly, dancing around the marble floor.

One disgusting teenage boy. Around 14 or 15. With yellow teeth and a hideous laugh. Watching over the children as they play. Hired for the ‘supervision’ of the baby. Looking for an opportunity to strike. And then he found one.

“Do you want to play with a new toy?”

He asked the little girl, who was gleefully laughing as she chased her cousin around the room. She abruptly stopped, the words new toy ringing in her ear.

“Where is it?”

She asked, looking around at all the Lego blocks, trucks and cars that were spewed across the floor.

“It’s not there,” he said. “I have it.”

“Well, then give me the toy,” she demanded in her four-year-old bossy voice.

“You’ll have to come and take it,” he said, holding up a bundled package in his lap.

She walked towards him to take a closer look.

“What is it?”

She asked, as she looked at the wrapped toy he was holding.

“Let me show you.”

It was like the joystick at Pizza Hut, except it had been scraped off its colour, the bright red was a dark murky brown. There were no cars racing when it moved backward and forward. It was not attached to a machine. It moved in slow circular motions, round and round, protruding from layers and layers of grey cloth. She had never seen a toy like that before.

“Do you want to touch it?”

“No,” she said. “It’s ugly” and made a face at him.

“It’s a very fun toy though.”

“What does it do?”

She asked, curious of what fun this new toy would bring.

“You have to touch it to see.”

“No,” she said, as something in her stomach stirred up; a natural instinct that all children have when they know something isn’t right even if they don’t know what.

Before she could move though, he grabbed her hand and pulled her towards the floor.

“Touch it,” he said.

“No,” she replied, as she tried to squirm her tiny hand of out his callous, rough one.

But he was too strong.

“Grab it!” He ordered; his playful voice had vanished, replaced with a strict severity.

She had no choice. She took hold of the joystick.

He guided her hand skilfully, up and down, making her play with something she didn’t want to. The toy was too big for her hands. But there was no way for her to leave it. His grip was too strong.

The baby crawled in circles. The sun streamed in from the window. Her cousin stood at a distance, watching, not knowing what to do, as she sat there with the new unwanted toy.

Suddenly the toy exploded.

It squirted out something white, just like the water guns they used to play with in the evening. Except this time, it was different. Instead of being sprayed with refreshing water, her hand was full of goo and slime.

He let her hand go.

She quickly retracted it, the gooey slime dripping from her hands. She scrambled off the floor and he sat there with his head resting back against the wall, his mouth half open, the toy resting in his wet lap.

She ran towards her cousin, holding her sticky hand far away from her.

“Let’s go down,” said her cousin and she nodded at him, her eyes welling up with tears.

They ran down the long corridor, down the stairs and straight out into the garden, leaving the baby all alone with the baby boy upstairs.

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The fraudulent Candace Owens (you know, the talking head who was just anti-Trump two years ago) is hosting a summit to recruit young Black folks to the sunken place, titled Turning Point USA’s Young Black Leadership Summit. Speakers include herself, Ben Carson and the anti-Black Stacey Dash. In trying to get attention, she “challenged” CNN commentator Bakari Sellers to debate her at the summit.

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Owens wrote to Sellers on Twitter, “Bakari- I am hosting a summit with 300+ young black conservatives in DC this month. I would like to offer you 10,000$ to debate one of us ‘token negroes’ publicly, for charity.You’re soooooo educated.”

Sellers responded with, “Oh Candace, bless your heart. Kanye is what happens when negroes don’t read. He actually admittedly chooses not to. We could have a conversation about anti-intellectualism, CJ reform or any topic I covered last night, but your Trump talking points might not be well equipped.” He also added, “Write you check to the @NAACP_LDF , and meet me on any HBCU campus in the country (that’s Historically Black College or University).”

Candace then whined and asked why did she have to go to an HBCU.

This is clearly a publicity stunt for Owens, just like her even being a Trump supporter is a publicity stunt. Let’s not forget, Owens will say anything to make her Fox News base happy. She is foolish and known for saying the NRA is “the nation’s oldest civil rights organization” and was founded “to train Black Americans to use guns to defend themselves against the Ku Klux Klan, a Democrat terrorist group.”

Yep, not all skinfolk are kinfolk.

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Jamie Lee Curtis on Wednesday fired back at a Fox News article that painted her as a hypocrite on guns because she pretends to use them in her movies but advocates for gun control in real life.

Fox News published an article Wednesday by Louis Casiano saying Ms. Curtis‘ roles on the big screen “stand in contrast to her real-life persona as an advocate for gun control — one of several Hollywood actors who use firearms in their films while preaching against them away from the set.”

Ms. Curtis responded to the claim in an interview with USA Today, calling it “silly” to suggest she doesn’t believe in responsible gun ownership.

“It was just silly, because they were trying to make a point without ever asking me what I really think,” she said. “And what I think might surprise them.”

Ms. Curtis said she’s vocal about advocating for “common-sense” gun laws, like a ban on so-called “assault” weapons and a ban on bump stocks, but that she firmly believes in the right for Americans to own guns.

“I fully support the Bill of Rights. And fully support the Second Amendment,” she said. “And have absolutely no problem with people owning firearms if they have been trained, licensed, a background check has been conducted, a pause button has been pushed to give time for that process to take place. And they have to renew their license just like we do with automobiles — which are weapons also.”

Ms. Curtis plays Laurie Strode, now a grandmother, in the 11th installment of the “Halloween” franchise, which takes place 40 years after the events of the original 1978 film.

Before shooting the film, which premieres in theaters Oct. 19, Ms. Curtis steered production away from her character stockpiling a cache of weapons, she told USA Today.

“They knew that Laurie was going to be someone who used firearms,” she said. “And I think there were myriad types of firearms that could have been used in the movie. I was very clear with the filmmakers that she used the weapons [that] were intended for self-defense for her and her family.”

In the movie, Ms. Curtis said her character keeps her guns in a padlocked cabinet and at one point “very specifically says what each weapon does and why you would choose that weapon in self-defense.”

While she aims to promote safety, Ms. Curtis said she is an “actor for hire” at the end of the day.

“I’m an actress who’s in slasher movies,” the original “Scream Queen” said. “I have to be responsible for my own personal choices in my own personal life. But I am an actor for hire. And honestly, if I had made my career as a pacifist actor, I would never have worked, ever.

“But I have always been proud to represent women who fight back and fight back with intelligence, cunning and creativity, and who fight for their lives and their families’ lives,” she added.

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Jamie Lee Curtis on Wednesday fired back at a Fox News article that painted her as a hypocrite on guns because she pretends to use them in her movies but advocates for gun control in real life.

Fox News published an article Wednesday by Louis Casiano saying Ms. Curtis‘ roles on the big screen “stand in contrast to her real-life persona as an advocate for gun control — one of several Hollywood actors who use firearms in their films while preaching against them away from the set.”

Ms. Curtis responded to the claim in an interview with USA Today, calling it “silly” to suggest she doesn’t believe in responsible gun ownership.

“It was just silly, because they were trying to make a point without ever asking me what I really think,” she said. “And what I think might surprise them.”

Ms. Curtis said she’s vocal about advocating for “common-sense” gun laws, like a ban on so-called “assault” weapons and a ban on bump stocks, but that she firmly believes in the right for Americans to own guns.

“I fully support the Bill of Rights. And fully support the Second Amendment,” she said. “And have absolutely no problem with people owning firearms if they have been trained, licensed, a background check has been conducted, a pause button has been pushed to give time for that process to take place. And they have to renew their license just like we do with automobiles — which are weapons also.”

Ms. Curtis plays Laurie Strode, now a grandmother, in the 11th installment of the “Halloween” franchise, which takes place 40 years after the events of the original 1978 film.

Before shooting the film, which premieres in theaters Oct. 19, Ms. Curtis steered production away from her character stockpiling a cache of weapons, she told USA Today.

“They knew that Laurie was going to be someone who used firearms,” she said. “And I think there were myriad types of firearms that could have been used in the movie. I was very clear with the filmmakers that she used the weapons [that] were intended for self-defense for her and her family.”

In the movie, Ms. Curtis said her character keeps her guns in a padlocked cabinet and at one point “very specifically says what each weapon does and why you would choose that weapon in self-defense.”

While she aims to promote safety, Ms. Curtis said she is an “actor for hire” at the end of the day.

“I’m an actress who’s in slasher movies,” the original “Scream Queen” said. “I have to be responsible for my own personal choices in my own personal life. But I am an actor for hire. And honestly, if I had made my career as a pacifist actor, I would never have worked, ever.

“But I have always been proud to represent women who fight back and fight back with intelligence, cunning and creativity, and who fight for their lives and their families’ lives,” she added.

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  • Iconic toy brand FAO Schwarz is opening a store in Rockefeller Plaza on November 16.
  • The brand was known for its famous flagship store on 5th Avenue, which closed in 2015.
  • The new store is being developed by Threesixty Group, a product developer and distributor, which purchased the brand from Toys R Us in 2016.

FAO Schwarz is coming back to Manhattan.

The iconic toy store brand, known for interactive displays like its famous giant piano, is opening up a new store in Rockefeller Plaza. The store is opening November 16 and will be ready for the holiday rush, the company announced on Tuesday.

FAO Schwarz was originally known for its iconic store on Fifth Avenue. The new store is about five blocks south of the old one.

The store is being developed by Threesixty Group, a product developer and distributor, which purchased the entire FAO Schwarz brand from Toys R Us in 2016. Threesixty did not disclose the terms of the store’s lease of the 20,000 square feet of prime tourist-friendly real estate, but it was previously reported to be long-term.

The store will be experiential, featuring FAO’s iconic life-size piano, magic shows, a baby adoption center, a grocery-shopping area for kids, and a station to construct a remote-controlled car.

The new FAO Schwarz store has a chance to capture some of the sales and glitz of its former parent company, Toys R Us, which liquidated all of its US stores earlier this year.

Toys R Us was also known for its high-profile Manhattan stores, like its enormous location in Times Square, which was a destination for holiday shopping and wish-list making.

The Rockefeller Plaza location is planned to be just the first in a string of FAO Schwarz stores to revive the brand. The brand is also planning to open a smaller location in LaGuardia Airport this year, the Wall Street Journal reported in August.

It’s also planning to open pop-up shops in department stores around the world, including Hudson’s Bay in Canada, Selfridges in the UK, Myer Australia in Australia, and El Corte Ingles in Spain.

Another full store, this one 27,000 square feet, will open in Beijing, China, in 2019 in partnership with Kidsland China.

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To have Ben CarsonCandace Owens and Stacey Dash in the same room is a lobotomized dream come true for white conservatives who want to use them as the example of a Black person who condones bigotry. Well, this is actually happening at Turning Point USA’s Young Black Leadership Summit on October 25 through October 28 in Washington, D.C.

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Their lineup for speakers is equally hilarious and deplorable. Ben Carson, who has done his best to destroy the lives of poor people, will be babbling.

Candace Owens who didn’t get enough attention when she was anti-Trump or when she attacked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, will also rant. Hopefully she will revisit her historically incorrect diatribe of saying the NRA is “the nation’s oldest civil rights organization” and was founded “to train Black Americans to use guns to defend themselves against the Ku Klux Klan, a Democrat terrorist group.” Oh, and Owens is the communications director for Turning Point USA.

There is also anti-Black Stacey Dash who once said there should be no Black History Month or BET, though the only reason why she had a a career was because of the Black community.

Other hacks include NRA bobble head Colion Noir (his real name is Collins Iyare Idehen Jr., which he doesn’t use because maybe that is “too ethnic” for him).

Paris Dennard is not reported to be in attendance, which is hilarious considering Candace Owens said he was “lynched” after he was outed for sexual harassment. Clearly, the folks in the sunken place aren’t loyal.

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Iconic Property to Adopt GameChanger, ScoreBoard Applications in Effort to Elevate Revenue Culture

Las Vegas, October 8, 2018 — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has agreed to implement the cloud-based applications GameChanger and ScoreBoard at its 1,504-room property as part of its new partnership with Duetto, hospitality’s only Revenue Strategy Platform.

With GameChanger, Duetto’s flagship Open Pricing application, Hard Rock Las Vegas will be able to refine its pricing and digital-distribution strategies, including a more sophisticated method for room type pricing across its three different towers of guest rooms, suites and penthouses. ScoreBoard, the cloud solution for intelligent reporting, will better enable Hard Rock to build forecasts, budgets and other crucial reports and share them more easily across the organization for faster decision making.

Chris McGahey, Vice President of Hotel Operations for Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, said the property had the personnel to adopt a more dynamic strategy for hotel bookings, but its legacy technology limited both Hard Rock’s efficiency and the effectiveness of the gaming industry’s typical rate setting and reinvestment practices.

“We were ready to capitalize on opportunities for greater profitability that we recognized but did not have the ability to address,” McGahey said. “We’re confident that automating many of our tasks and working with data-driven rate recommendations will make us more dynamic and flexible to meet the property’s unique needs. This partnership is part of a long-term transformation of our Revenue Strategy culture.”

Marco Benvenuti, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer for Duetto, added: “Hard Rock Hotel & Casino stands out as one of Las Vegas’ most iconic properties, offering everything from world-class accommodations and gaming to an unmatched entertainment experience. The strategies that started it all for Duetto were tailor-made for an integrated resort like Hard Rock, and we can’t wait to contribute to the success of this team.”

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino first opened in 1995 and added the Paradise Tower in 2009 and the HRH All-Suite Tower in 2010.

About Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is Las Vegas’ off-Strip playground, just minutes and less than three miles from McCarran International Airport. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino offers an energetic entertainment and gaming experience with the services and amenities associated with a boutique luxury resort hotel. The property is known for its innovative nightlife and music scene, where acts such as The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney, Incubus, Foo Fighters, Carlos Santana, Mötley Crüe, Guns N’ Roses and KISS have all performed.

Features of the property include the newly remodeled 11-story Casino Tower, with 640 rooms and suites; 17-story Paradise Tower, with 490 rooms and suites; the 15-story HRH All-Suite Tower, with 359 suites, eight spa villas and seven penthouse suites, which has received the AA Four Diamond Award; 60,000 square feet of casino space, featuring high-limit gaming and Asian-gaming amenities; 110,000 square feet of flexible meeting and convention space, which was named a Smart Meetings 2016 Platinum Choice Award winner; more than $4 million in rare music memorabilia; Reliquary Spa; Kelly Cardenas Salon — a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon; 4.8 acres of tropical-pool paradise, which was voted as the No. 1 “Best Hotel Pool” in the 2015 USA Today 10 Best readers’ choice contest; the world-famous pool party Rehab Beach Club; live music and entertainment venues The Joint, Vinyl and Club Domina, the home of Magic Mike Live Las Vegas; restaurants Culinary Dropout, Nobu, Pink Taco, Mr. Lucky’s Café, Goose Island Pub, 福Fú Asian Kitchen, Oyster Bar, Pizza Forte, Dunkin’ Donuts and MB Steak; a fitness center; trendsetting retailers John Varvatos, Affliction, Hart & Huntington Tattoo Co., Chill by Hudson, Hootenanny, Bezel, Day + Night and Shine.

For room availability and additional information, call 800.HRD.ROCK (800.473.7625) or visit hardrockhotel.com. Follow Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on FacebookTwitterand Instagram for the latest news and updates.

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Duetto is hospitality’s only Revenue Strategy Platform. A powerful suite of cloud applications addresses the industry’s complexity in distribution and technology, providing solutions that increase organizational efficiency, revenue and profitability.

The unique combination of hospitality experience and technology leadership drives Duetto to look for new and innovative solutions to the industry’s greatest challenges. Duetto delivers software-as-a-service to hotels and casinos that leverage dynamic data sources and actionable insights into pricing and demand across the enterprise, enabling a holistic and more profitable Revenue Strategy.

Duetto’s fully deployed hotel clients using GameChanger have recorded an average RevPAR Index lift of 6.5%. More than 2,500 hotel and casino properties in more than 60 countries have partnered to use Duetto’s applications, which include GameChanger for Open Pricing, ScoreBoard for intelligent reporting, PlayMaker for personalization, and BlockBuster for contracted-business optimization.

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) “There were two bands in Australia that everyone called ‘the boys’,” says Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson. “There was AC/DC, and there was the Tatts.” Homegrown heroes of the highest order, Rose Tattoo formed in Sydney, Australia in 1976 and quickly became one of the country’s most lauded and celebrated acts. They released album after album of pure, unadulterated riff rock madness scoring hits with songs such as “Bad Boy For Love,” “Rock N’ Roll Outlaw,” “Scarred For Life” and lots more! The group gained international fame when Stateside up-and-comers Guns N’ Roses cited Rose Tattoo as a major influence and covered the band’s “Nice Boys (Don’t Play Rock ‘N’ Roll)” on the 1986 EP Live ?!*@ Like A Suicide, which was later re-released on the multi-platinum selling 1988 album, GN’R Lies.

Now on the eve of another major international tour comes this special box set collection, a monster 5CD set that captures these Australian gods at the very peak of their powers from 1980 to 1982. Scarred For Live features all of the band’s best loved hits and many deep cuts as well, all packaged in an attractive box with rare photos and detailed liner notes written by music journalist Dave Thompson based on a new interview with the beloved Angry Anderson.

Track List:
DISC 1: Mount Druitt, Sydney, Australia – January 1, 1980
1. Snow Queen
2. Tramp
3. Astra Wally
4. Sweet Love
5. Nice Boys (Don’t Play Rock ‘N’ Roll)
6. The Butcher And Fast Eddy
7. Rock ‘N’ Roll Outlaw
8. Bad Boy For Love
9. One Of The Boys

DISC 2: Bondi Lifesaver, Sydney, Australia – August 31, 1980
1. One Of The Boys
2. Astral Wally
3. Tramp
4. Movin’ On
5. Remedy
6. The Butcher And Fast Eddy
7. Nice Boys (Don’t Play Rock ‘N’ Roll)
8. She’s Gone
9. Snow Queen
10. Rock ‘N’ Roll Outlaw
11. Oxford St. Nick
12. Going Down
13. Sweet Love
14. Bad Boy For Love

DISC 3: Reading Rock Festival, United Kingdom – August 29, 1981
1. Snow Queen
2. Tramp
3. Astra Wally
4. Sweet Love
5. Nice Boys (Don’t Play Rock ‘N’ Roll)
6. The Butcher And Fast Eddy
7. Rock ‘N’ Roll Outlaw
8. Bad Boy For Love
9. One Of The Boys

DISC 4: Hordern Pavillion, Sydney, Australia – April 30, 1982
1. Out Of This Place
2. Bad Boy For Love
3. Assault & Battery
4. Tramp
5. The Butcher And Fast Eddy
6. Rock ‘N’ Roll Is King
7. Manzil Madness
8. One Of Boys
9. Chinese Dunkirk
10. Rock ‘N’ Roll Outlaw
11. Astra Wally
12. All The Lessons
13. Nice Boys (Don’t Play Rock ‘N’ Roll)
14. Money (That’s What I Want)
15. Going Down
16. Suicide City

DISC 5: Wax Museum, Washington DC, USA – December 12, 1982
1. Bad Boy For Love
2. Rock ‘N’ Roll Outlaw
3. We Can’t Be Beaten
4. One Of The Boys
5. The Butcher And Fast Eddy
6. Juice On The Loose
7. Rock ‘N’ Roll Is King
8. Branded
9. Scarred For Life

Catch Rose Tattoo On Tour:
Oct 5 – Marrickville, NSW Australia – Marrickville Bowling Club
Oct 6 – St. Clair, NSW – Australia
Oct 12 – Vermont South, Australia – The Burvale Hotel
Oct 13 – Melton, VIC – Macs Hotel
Oct 19 – Adelaide, SA, Australia – Norwood Hotel
Oct 20 – Wallaroo, SA, Australia – Coopers Alehouse
Oct 26 – Wollongong, NSW, Australia – Waves
Oct 27 – Pittwater, NSW, Australia – Pittwater RSL
Nov 2 – Ravenswood, WA, Australia – Ravenswood Hotel
Nov 3 – Perth, WA, Australia – Charles Hotel
Nov 10 – Central Coast, NSW, Australia – Ettalong Diggers
Buy the 5CD box set: https://cleorecs.com/store/shop/rose-tattoo-scarred-for-live-1980-1982-5-cd/