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One guy gave one of his best pickup lines, which was not the best, while another guy called his date “Amy” before correcting himself and saying her actual name, “Annie.” But the gold-star couple of the night was Katheryn and Woody, who made many cringeworthy comments, such as “Wine makes me crazy, and champagne makes me psycho, and I’ve had both of them.” While talking about eating meat, Woody said that he likes his meat rare.

Katheryn responded by saying, “I just mentally projectile-vomited,” to which Woody replied, “Well, I won’t force you to eat any of my meat.”But the gold-star couple of the night was Katheryn and Woody, who made many cringeworthy comments, such as “Wine makes me crazy, and champagne makes me psycho, and I’ve had both of them.” While talking about eating meat, Woody said that he likes his meat rare.

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Psychogeography is a key technique of this “critique.” It was associated with: 1) the “dérive” (literally translated, “drifting”) which involves an unstructured wandering through the landscape, allowing oneself to be drawn consciously and unconsciously toward those sites and scenes that heighten one’s experience of place and disrupt the banality of everyday life; 2) the construction of “situations,”: temporarily autonomous places of creativity and transgression; 3) the “detournement” of maps and journeys, a kind of geographical culture jamming in which participants set out to disorient geographical conventions by, for example, using the wrong maps to guide them.Some of the awkwardness was just first-date jitters.One guy gave one of his best pickup lines, which was not the best, while another guy called his date “Amy” before correcting himself and saying her actual name, “Annie.” Some of the awkwardness was just first-date jitters.Even then, though, Stone regularly crossed the line between respectability and ignominy, and he has become better known for leading a colorful personal life than for landing big-time clients.Still, it is no coincidence that Stone materialized in the midst of the Spitzer scandal—and that he had memorable cameos in the last two Presidential elections.The second phase commenced in the late 1980s when psychogeography was both rediscovered and reinvented as part of a broader turn toward the importance of place within popular culture, art and literature.