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    c.w.
    2 Aug 2020
    5:08pm

    Those cakes!! I’ve been following the laundry couple on Instagram––love them!! Your links got me through the weekend (sigh).

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    Lori
    1 Aug 2020
    6:02am

    Thank you — the NYT piece on the adorable Taiwanese couple and their charming grandson is the most heartening thing I’ve seen in months! (-:

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    Stephanie
    31 Jul 2020
    1:43pm

    Wow, today’s an extra good Friday links — it’s going to keep me busy all weekend. Angela Davis, Breonna Taylor, AOC, the Go-Gos: YES. Kinda dreading the article on “the most racist town in America” though. Just typing that makes my blood boil.

    I really am a fan of Friday links. So glad they’re back!

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      nadine
      2 Aug 2020
      10:41pm

      Really!! This selection of links is great! From the lighter one about the mesmerizing cakes to the amusing Go-Gos documentary I’ll be looking forward to watch. Then the powerful AOC speech, I want to take notes from it. And then the article “the most racist town in America”, this one made me shiver, it’s horrifying.
      And finally Breonna Taylor’s picture, beautiful and heartbreaking. Thank you for keep speaking about her.

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    Heather
    31 Jul 2020
    11:58am

    AOC’s speech was so powerful that it gave me goosebumps.

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    Liz
    31 Jul 2020
    9:48am

    I’ll never understand why a good biopic or biography has yet to be written about The Go-Go’s. When it comes to lifestyle, they were like the female Led Zeppelin, and they had an enemy in Exene Cervanka. I want to learn more about that story. I also don’t know why punk girls of a certain age don’t seem to have the same enduring reverence for them that they do for Blondie. Maybe they were considered the 80s punk version of Green Day.

    That racist town video was infuriating and disgusting. It pains me that I live in the same country as these people.

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