Monday links

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  • These dual landscapes—created with strategically placed mirrors—are quite something. (Colossal)
  • This guy. (Kottke)
  • Meanwhile, ugh. (NY Times)
  • A pretty fascinating—and awfully damning—look at what it’s like to be black and work in fashion. (The Cut)
  • This piece on shopping at Dollywood is amusing. (Racked)

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    Maggie
    27 Aug 2018
    10:58am

    When I was ten, my parents let me buy a pink satin garter belt with a black lace ruffle and tiny coin purse attached from Dollywood. I think it fit me like a headband at the time. It’s definitely one of my most memorable purchases I was obsessed with French Barbie at the time, who had a pink satin can can outfit with black lace details.

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    c.w.
    27 Aug 2018
    9:53am

    I haven’t met Beto O’Rourke, but a friend of mine is working on his campaign and tells me he is the real deal. He is as genuine as they come, has not taken a penny of PAC money and actually LISTENS to people. Sadly, the Cruz campaign is spending literally millions of dollars in ads that are blatant lies and mistruths so my guess is he will not win. Sometimes it’s just a flat out embarrassment to be from Texas.

    The dual landscape photos are wonderful.

    Betsy. What a piece of crap.

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      DANA D
      27 Aug 2018
      10:03am

      Did you capture it this morning, C.W.! My thoughts, exactly.

      Thanks Kim for these links…

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      Lori
      27 Aug 2018
      11:13am

      Go Beto! Moved to CO three years ago and wishing I could vote for him in November. The race is going to be close. Bottom line…get out and VOTE!

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    y.k.
    27 Aug 2018
    6:35pm

    i love those landscape photos w/ the mirrors.
    i have a great camera on my phone AND a small mirror – will be trying out the same thing!
    i took a quick look @ that horror story in the NYT involving Devos but will not read all of it since i’ll start screaming.

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