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    c.w.
    16 Oct 2018
    9:05am

    what a great set of links! Super appreciative of the podcasts as I’m always adding recommended ones to my list. The photos are otherworldly, the writing rooms inspiring, but I can NOT even wrap my mind around that painting––and I don’t want to. And this is off-topic, BUT I wanted to mention that I’ve been using CBD oil the last four nights to help me sleep and I have slept. Soundly. All night long each night. I’m crossing my fingers that it will continue to work, but I know many of us have troubled sleep once we reach a certain age and this is the only thing that has really worked for me so far so I wanted to mention it to all of you.

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      Y.k.
      16 Oct 2018
      5:06pm

      Thanks for the tip. I need all the help I can get on that front.

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    HickfromStyx
    16 Oct 2018
    10:47am

    What? I expected a velvet painting of dogs playing poker. This is a letdown.

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    MaryAlice
    16 Oct 2018
    11:54am

    The idea of an Amy WInehouse biopic really makes me sad. Her family exploited her mercilessly while she was alive, and it seems that they continue to do so after her death. (A touring hologram? Really?)

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      HickfromStyx
      17 Oct 2018
      11:50am

      It’s ironic that they don’t want Lady Gaga to play Amy Winehouse, because she had a hologram as the opening act on one of her tours. Maybe they even got this idea from her. (Gaga’s hologram was tedious, IMO, although her Little Monsters seemed to love it.)

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    Sharon
    17 Oct 2018
    12:56pm

    The 2015 Amy Winehouse documentary was heartbreaking, and fascinating (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2870648/). Based on that, I can’t imagine how a family-sanctioned biopic will be accurate, and looks a lot like her family just still exploiting her. Highly recommend the documentary.

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