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    y.k.
    8 May 2021
    1:49am

    Thanks for that link to the Truth or Dare article. really made me feel the 90s.
    I don’t love everything Madge does, but I loved that remark to Warren Beatty-

    When we were going [out] and she was making the documentary Truth or Dare, I said, “I don’t want to be in it.”’ And she said, “Why would I want you in it?’”

    I need to be more like Madonna.

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    Viajera
    7 May 2021
    12:44pm

    Oooh, that is a pretty gas station.

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    Candy
    7 May 2021
    4:36pm

    The GQ story about the French escape artist was fascinating. Desus and Mero at the Met really made me laugh. And I learned something new — renderporn! I’d count this a good day. Thanks, Kim

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    patty
    7 May 2021
    10:10am

    “Pine cones and turnips” hahaha

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      Mamavalveeta03
      7 May 2021
      11:32am

      That was hilarious!

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    cw
    7 May 2021
    7:33am

    “Renderporn” sidenote: last summer I sold my old condo––one of the selling points for the person buying it were the closet doors in the guest bedroom––which didn’t exist––they were computer generated. I ended up giving the buyer a credit toward closet doors (the buyer paid well over asking so it wasn’t a big deal for me) because the buyer was so charmed by closet doors that didn’t exist and the buyer wanted to have them created. (sidenote #2––they were just frosted “glass” doors––you never know what a buyer is going to love, right?)

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      Mamavalveeta03
      7 May 2021
      11:35am

      I had no idea that renderporn even existed, but sure – it makes sense.

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    Cora
    9 May 2021
    4:45am

    I loved the Punk/ New Romantic pictures. As a now elder Goth I was a bit too young to be a part of that culture, but in the Eighties London was still the place to be … makes me very nostalgic. I’m off to apply more eyeliner.

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