Check out:Cocksuckerblues<br>By Robert Frank, 1972<br>Its a film about the groupies.<br>Robert Frank shot it as it was– as he always does– and the Stones had the film banned. I, like a fool, lent out my only copy a few years ago. <br><br>
The word "flicks" was banned in comic books for decades since the lousy printing and all caps made for a little misunderstanding. In the late 60s, the local porn drive-in was doing an all-nighter for New Year's and the ad in the local paper touted "17 adult flicks" in big all caps. Funny, even with the ink running together, it was still pretty accurate. <br><br>
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