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Cherie Currie Interview In JUICE MAGAZINE
« on: April 05, 2008, 02:38:23 pm »

Former Gal Band Rocker Cherie Currie (THE RUNAWAYS) and Freedom Loving Bush Bashing Patriot has an interview in JUICE MAGAZINE...

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Among her most candid comments....

"You can give up, and that’s easy...
To fight for what you want, and or need, is much more difficult,
but what one learns from the journey,
the difference from fighting or whining, is night and day.
Fight for what you want and need"

"I was put into a Catholic school first.

Did you wear the uniforms?
Yes, oh my goodness. This was first grade and second grade. The nun Sister Mary Louis kept hitting me with this ruler because I’m a lefthander. She would take my coloring books away. And I was a good girl. I would get down on my knees next to her and pray, but she just loved to beat on me. Finally, at the end of the first year, I turned to her after she hit me, and I said, “If you hit me again, I’m going to hit you back.” So I got kicked out of that school.

You got kicked out for sticking up for yourself?
Yeah, thank God."

« Last Edit: April 05, 2008, 02:46:41 pm by Secret Six »
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