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    Dana D
    4 Jun 2018
    9:10am

    The book covers!!! Brilliant!

    And Rebecca Traister. Sally Field also offered her own take on the use of the c word.

    J. Crew. blah blah, sort of over it.

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    Angie
    4 Jun 2018
    1:31pm

    I love The Americans, think it was an amazing show, watched it more than once. I love ranking all the shows!

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    DeDe
    4 Jun 2018
    2:47pm

    Good on Rebecca Traister. I am getting so effin’ tired of the left falling for this false equivalency bullshit. It’s fine to rethink your words/positions sometimes and to try to be kinder and more thoughtful, but there are times where that is appropriate and this was not one of them. We have to understand what we’re for and be able to point out the garbage logic spewed by the other side instead of crumpling under our own good intentions and misplaced guilt. Otherwise, how is anything ever going to change?

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      DRMc
      4 Jun 2018
      8:46pm

      I think Samantha Bee acted appropriately in apologizing. I am female and a feminist and I am not okay with Bee (or anyone else) using c*nt to describe another woman. It’s always appropriate to be kind and thoughtful.

      You have a right to your opinion and all, but, deep breaths, DeDe. Deep breaths.

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    c.w.
    4 Jun 2018
    3:53pm

    I was mostly off-line for almost a week and I have to say it was an interesting experience in this world of instant news “cycles” and trying to keep up with the latest horror show that is our current administration. I didn’t miss it, but when I did get back online in a more “normal” way my anger level went way, way up because my brain had stopped (momentarily) normalizing everything and I was able to see with fresh eyes just how crazy thing are. People I’m ready to hit the streets.

    And Sally Field is everything.

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    MARGARET
    4 Jun 2018
    9:19pm

    J Crew needs to do SOMETHING. I was in one this weekend and the clothes were so tatty and wrinkled (they never heard of a steamer?). They’re just as expensive as they ever were, though! I miss Jenna Lyons.

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