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I’m Not Into Anarchy That Much Anymore
Correspondence between two 80s youths from New Jersey found in a copy of Uniform Choice’s Screaming For Change (Wishingwell Records, 1986). Evidence suggests the lovers shared a brief tryst, that is documented through a few steamy letters and school photos, stashed away inside the record sleeve and found 20 years later by the author. Innocence lost at its best.
A short excerpt from one of the less-explicit letters:
Friday, Jan. 8, ‘88
Hey sexy what’s up? Not much here. So you hate it there it’s hick town USA? I can’t believe you came back to NoSide and didn’t call me! Did you stay at Tara’s? Well when you come down in Feb call me and we will get together. I like some chick in Edison High and I’m gona [sic] get her.
“P.S.S. I’m not into Anarchy that much anymore. I’m into Straight Edege [sic] X”