Something else that lends some creedence to this suggestion is that if one proceeds to the very tip of southern Illinois and ultimately crosses the Ohio River, one would end up in Paducah (Podunk), Kentucky.
Paducah is 373 miles from Chicago, 140 miles from St.
And when it comes to sex addiction, that first step is a doozy. The list is long and gets darker the further down you go: compulsive masturbation, exhibitionism, voyeurism, prostitutes.
The list of behaviors associated with a sexual addict is so mundane, practically anyone can tick off at least a couple. "If you’re married, your acceptable sexual behavior may be defined differently than if you’re single,” says Mike Weiss, a certified addiction therapist and founder of The Sexual Recovery Institute.
looking to get "lost" would take the metro line's anonymous ticket ride up to Poughkeepsie, disperse into the countryside, and hide out from the law.
This notion of this tradition is apparently still popular today, as it was duplicated, more or less, in a later episode of the Sopranos.
said "so and so is hiding out in BFE", they were speaking in code about taking the train to St.
Louis and hiding out across the river in southern Illinois. Buttfuck was moved from the territory of the hill folk to somewhere a little less offensive to people living south of the Mason-Dixon line. That computer made the difference between me being a dual major Comp Sci/Journalism student in Houston instead of being like my cousins: 2-4 kids, HS diploma at best, slow paying job, no future, and living in BFE, Louisiana. Lately, though, and especially in light of the Gulf Wars and 9/11, the Islamic world has become the target of choice for pejoratives.Basically, if one was hopelessly lost, it was said they were "up in Poughkeepsie." Poughkeepsie is and has always been the last stop on the New York City Metro Train Line.Historically, as it was explained, New York City mobsters, criminals, etc.It made an appearance in the 1987 version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), but has subsequently been removed.