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    Tahe Z
    26 Oct 2020
    12:15pm

    I missed this last Friday because I took my son to the fairgrounds. It was supposed to be the week of the NC State Fair, but Covid screwed that up. However, they did invite many of the food vendors out so I got my annual fried dough fix. Regarding your Friday post, it was awesome. Can’t wait to read the Stevie Nicks article and those cakes are too pretty to eat (but I would eat them anyway). You should look up @lokokitchen on IG to see some incredible pies on that scale. Regarding the cigarette dispenser article, Clark Whittington is an acquaintance of mine and I got to visit his garage where the art-o-mat magic happens. He’s a great guy and if you all happen to see an Art-O-Mat machine, be sure to buy an artwork. They’re practically a steal!

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    Mkw
    23 Oct 2020
    10:14am

    Hey…. I have that little bell hop cigarette dispenser. Has sat on my desk forever – sans cigarettes.

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    Mamavalveeta03
    24 Oct 2020
    2:19pm

    I’ve been reading and watching everything Stevie/Fleetwood MAC these days (Thank you TikTok!) . It’s hard to believe that she’s 72! But then, it’s hard to believe that I’m 60.

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    Heather
    23 Oct 2020
    8:22am

    Can we have a Vogue 73 Questions episode with Stevie Nicks, please?

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    MARGARET
    24 Oct 2020
    9:42am

    I cannot even tell you how many times I tried to have someone give me Stevie’s perfectly layered haircut (as seen above) in the early 1980s. I can tell you, however, that I was never successful and that lack of success is the reason there are no photographs of me from the early 1980s.

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    Stephanie
    23 Oct 2020
    2:41pm

    Saving the Stevie Nicks article until later, when I can settle in in front of the fire with candles and a glass of wine, since reading while eating leftovers for lunch at my desk seems a sacrilege. PS. Those cakes! How?!?

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    D.Morgendorffer
    23 Oct 2020
    2:14pm

    For weekend viewing…anyone who has Amazon Prime, let me recommend a short, cheerful documentary called, Jacob. The documentary is about Jacob M. Appel, a hyper-talented person who is modest as well. Jacob M. Appel is a balm to the soul with his excellence. Yes, I am a little in love with Jacob M. Appel, but that’s okay, my husband is as well.

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      Candy
      24 Oct 2020
      9:30am

      Thank you so much for this recommendation! Plan to watch it tonite and have also ordered one of his short story collections.

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