Movie censors fear touching more than mutilation.
Born-again Christians aren’t necessarily bad.
A homeless panhandler sings “The Star-Spangled Banner” terribly.
Gay teen boys see wholesome musicals as a version of salvation.
The country-and-western singer seems too handsome to be heartbroken.
The housewife envies the showgirl; the showgirl envies the housewife.
Small-town sex scandals shock the naïve urbanite.
The born loser is gambling at a place called the Mirage.
Casinos and date-rapists provide lots of free drinks.
Life’s already a gamble; gambling makes it a long shot.
HIV is a risk, but so is being alive.