BOXERS AND BRIEFS III 

BOXERS AND BRIEFS III

  • The spring edition of Unlimited, a promotional magazine published by Marlboro, offers a food feature tastefully titled Nice Rack. This story about the Rendezvous (or, as Unlimited calls it, the Vous ), Memphis most famous barbecue establishment, praises the pork but disses the decor, specifically a gold record presented to Rick Dees for his classic Disco Duck. Clearly, people outside the Mid-South who never reveled in classic cuts like Dis-Gorilla, Eat My Shorts, Get Naked, and the widely banned Barely White fail to realize that Dees, not Elvis, is Memphis most treasured celebr
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