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What the Manolo is… | Manolo's Shoe Blog

What the Manolo is…

Manolo says, it is late on the Tuesday evening, but here is what the Manolo is…




Listening to…

Eagerly Awaiting the Release of…

The talk of the Uncle Kimono it has made the Manolo want to rewatch some of the Manolo’s favorite movies of the John Malkovich. He is, in the humble opinion of the Manolo, the particular sort of the genius, one whose work is always worth the watching.

7 Responses to “What the Manolo is…”

  1. M July 6, 2005 at 8:33 am #

    Oh Manolo! The depth and variety of your interests–Augustine & Julia Child all at one time. Manolo, I am creating a composite image of the Manolo and I am curious to know if I would recognize the Manolo if I just happened to be standing next to him in a bookstore or a food market–or a hoe down (?) :-)

    I luv you Manolo!

  2. dillene July 6, 2005 at 9:13 am #

    Gah! I had to read Brown’s “Cult of the Saints” for my Medieval Studies degree. Now I’m having a grad-school flashback! The ablative absolutes – they’re closing in on me!

  3. JoeB July 6, 2005 at 10:20 am #

    Ahh, The Merle…..

    The whiskey-soaked bad attitude.

  4. Jezzy July 6, 2005 at 7:17 pm #

    I love Being John Malcovich – one of my all-time favourites along with Lost in Translation.

  5. Designer Ella July 6, 2005 at 11:04 pm #

    Manolo! Just in case you do not know about this shop, yet. I’d like to show you http://www.freekatie.net/ Ta Da!!! It’s right up your Anti-Tom alley! I love the “We’re Totally in Love’ World Tour” shirt! Ha! But the best of all, for me personally, might just be, “A few good meds : ‘You can’t handle the truth.” :-)

  6. Lexington Green July 7, 2005 at 4:57 pm #

    GOOD Merle pick. The opening strains of Big City … My wife and I had a western swing band play at our wedding and we danced to that one. I wish a buck was still silver, like back when the country was strong … . I have sung that one to my kids as a lullabye — a dark, nostalgic lullabye.

  7. The Lone Blogger November 26, 2005 at 5:58 pm #

    What is The Manolo? Is he an international man of mystery? I do know one thing. The Manolo likes the Wild West, Wild West Domains to be precise. The Lone Blogger urges the Manolo to make sure he gets his Web site name registered before it expires on December 23. That way the women who want The Manolo and the men who envy The Manolo can read his musings for at least another year.