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If a woman has false ideas, if she is not very intelligent, clear-sighted, or courageous, a man does not hold her responsible: she is the victim, he thinks—and often with reason—of her situation. He dreams of what she might have been, of what she perhaps will be: she can be credited with any possibilities, because she is nothing in particular. This vacancy is what makes the lover weary of her quickly; but it is the source of the mystery, the charm, that seduces him and makes him inclined to feel an easy affection in the first place. – Simone de Beauvoir
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
6-10 PM
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Harley’s
356 W 44th St   
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Tucked into the offbeat heart of the theater district sits a quintessential neighborhood joint offering traditional pub fare, 13 plasma screens and a perfectly poured pint of Guinness. The upstairs lounge hosts private parties, while downstairs the loyal after-theater crowd keeps the action going well into the wee hours. - metromix

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