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The Poz Button

Jul 7, 2017

This week on the Poz Button, Spectre hops off the Third Rail to talk about three David Mamet works. Join us for a high-energy discussion of American Jews and their politics, masculinity, America as a failed utopian colony, and the catharsis of slapping around an annoying Jewess.

"Do you take this woman-"
"Do I …?"
"Yes, you. Take this woman."
"This woman?"
"You’re asking me do I take this woman."
"Yes. To be your lawfully wedded wife. To have and-"
"To hold."
"To hold, yes. In sickness and in health-"
"In sickness …"
"And in health."
"Sickness and health …"
"Yes. Till death do you part …"
"Well, do you? Take this woman?"
"This woman, you’re saying, you’re asking me do I take this woman to be my lawfully wedded wife, so forth, in sickness and in health, till death do us part?"
"I fucken do."
—Damien Owens, "David Mamet Wedding Vows"