Saturday, February 26, 2005

Don't forget to say "Hi" to the merch girl

The Texas Rollergirls will skate an exhibition bout in Dallas, Texas on Sunday, February 27.

The Hotrod Honeys will skate against the Honky Tonk Heartbreakers.

Sunday, February 27 at What's Hot Fun World.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

Doors open at 6:30, bout at 7 pm.

Music by Max Cady and This Damn Town.

The Dallas exhibition bout is BYOB -- no glass!
And it's an all ages show -- kids get in FREE!
After-Party: Elm Street Bar - 2812 Elm St, Dallas

Please visit the Texas Rollergirls website for more info.

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Friday, February 25, 2005

Devil Grrl

Texas Rollergirl Devil Grrl (Hell Yeah!) has a profile in the new issue of the Dallas Voice.

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Renegade Roller Girls Second Bout

The girls of Renegade Roller Derby will skate their second bout of the season this Sunday, February 27th.

The ReBelles will take on the Easy Riders at Surfside Skateland in Tempe, AZ.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

Visit the Renegade Roller Derby website for more info.

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friday elfgirl blogging

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friday random ten

Estrogen Week Edition:

"Leyes" - Hazard County Girls
"Speed Racer" - 2 Nice Girls
"Oblivion" - Glass Eye
"Manatee" - TunaHelpers
"Oh To Be In Love" - Kate Bush
"Gone Blind" - Sue Foley
"Oh Bondage, Up Yours" - X-Ray Spex
"Strawberry" - Boss Hog
"The Party Line" - This Microwave World
"Better Things" - Michele Solberg

Thursday, February 24, 2005

Sports Minister

President-for-Life Sheelzebub is handing out ministries. I would like to be the Sports Minister. My mission is to make all female roller derby more popular than NASCAR.

Wednesday, February 23, 2005

First Bood

The flat track Minnesota RollerGirls will skate their first bout this Sunday, February 27th.

The Atomic Bombshells will skate against the Dagger Dolls in the first bout. Then the Garda Belts take on the Silver Bullets.

Sunday, February 27th at Cheap Skate in Coon Rapids, Minnesota.

Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door. Doors open 6:30pm.

Half time entertainment by The Soviettes.

Check out the Minnesota RollerGirls website for more info.

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What is the preznit afraid of?

During his trip to Germany on Wednesday, the main highlight of George W. Bush's trip was meant to be a "town hall"-style meeting with average Germans. But with the German government unwilling to permit a scripted event with questions approved in advance, the White House has quietly put the event on ice. Was Bush afraid the event might focus on prickly questions about Iraq and Iran rather than the rosy future he's been touting in Europe this week?

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Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Looking fabulous with Whiskey L'Amour, Pussy Velour and Reyna Terror at the Texas Rollergirls Whammy Awards Posted by Hello

Send a message to TX House Speaker Tom Craddick

If it was up to Texas House Speaker Tom Craddick, America would never know if Tom DeLay broke the law. It's an attempted cover up that we must -- and can -- expose.

On Wednesday, February 9, one of Craddick's lieutenants, State Rep. Mary Denny (R) introduced legislation designed to protect Tom DeLay. The bill would halt Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle's investigation into DeLay's role in raising hundreds of thousands of corporate contributions. That money was used in a brazen political move to gerrymander congressional districts in Texas to expand DeLay's power in Washington. But corporate money is prohibited from political campaigns in Texas, and Earle is hot on DeLay's trail. Now DeLay, Craddick, and their allies want to stop the investigation and sweep the facts under the rug.

It's no wonder Denny's bill quickly earned the name the "Politician Protection Act." Or that Denny is the beneficiary of Tom DeLay's state PAC money.

Sign the petition

(via The Daily DeLay)


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Monday, February 21, 2005

Happy Birthday

#13 Anna Mosity Posted by Hello

1937 - 2005

Hunter S. Thompson

FTW 115, VS 84

The flat track Tucson Roller Derby skated their first bout of the 2005 season this past Saturday.

The new team on the rink, the VICE Squad battled the Furious Truckstop Waitresses.

Final score: FTW 115, VICE Squad 84

Vice Squad:
Whiskey Mick 10 points, 2 jams, 5 pts/jam; 14 penalties
Kamanda 23 points, 9 jams, 2.56 pts/jam; 5 penalties
Barbicide 9 penalties
Penny Tencherry 36 points, 15 jams, 2.4 pts/jam; 8 penalties
Dirty Teri 15 points, 6 jams, 2.5 pts/jam; 5 penalties
Hard Anya 5 penalties
Carrie Guns 4 penalties

Kim Sin 14 penalties
Sloppy Flo 56 points, 14 jams, 4 pts/jam; 1 penalty
Fisti Cuffs 52 points, 12 jams, 4.3 pts/jam; 2 penalties
Jezebelle 4 penalties
Katytonic 7 points, 6 jams, 1.2 pts/jam; 3 penalties
eeka 2 penalties
Sassy Sue 2 penalties
Deadlock Doe 18 penalties
Ruby Hellcat 3 penalties
Elbow Bomb 7 penalties

The next bout for the girls of Tucson Roller Derby will be on Saturday, March 5th, when the Iron Curtain takes on the VICE Squad.

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LA Derby Doll Photos

The LA Derby Dolls have some photos of the Guerilla Bout and Valentine's Massacre up on their website.

These scrimmages were closed to the public due to limited space.

The Derby Dolls are looking for a larger space. Contact Thora Zeen if you have any ideas or can help out.
thora_zeen AT derbydolls DOT com

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