Freewheelin' - Page 2

Doing it and getting it, or not, with the Trucks
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There'll be dudes who are, like, 'Play the titties song! You guys are hot!' They're obviously not getting the lyrics at all. And then, on the other hand, there's these two feminist friends of mine who are definitely a little overboard. Just seeing them next to these dudes that were just falling over themselves — it was hilarious and perfect. This one woman came up to me outside and put her arm around my neck and was, like, 'Kristin, they just don't get it. They don't get it!' It's kind of funny, because maybe she doesn't get it."

And for me, that's what I enjoy most. The fact that you can get it on one level and miss it entirely on another. Free your mind, and your ass will follow. Or, perhaps, free your ass, and your mind will follow. You can have just as much fun missing the point as getting it: the Trucks are simultaneously above your head and below your knees. *

TRUCKS

March 24, 9 p.m., $8

Parkside

1600 17th St., SF

(415) 503-0393

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