This is Part 12 of a blog series titled “Donald Trump’s Strangest Bedfellows.”
Although each entry in the series has some information and commentary… 7,083 more words
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David Nilsen, writer
Stop what you’re doing and go watch Deidra & Laney Rob a Train on Netflix. Just stop and do it now. You’ll thank me after. This movie was so much fun. 387 more words
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I’ve written before about why, even though I know them well, I don’t make scientists protagonists in stories. Here’s why I don’t make scientific research a plot, either. 669 more words
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Queer and Loathing in America
Well, I finished reading The Underground Railroad yesterday, and will most definitely be blogging about it, once I’ve digested it some and thought about it some more. 619 more words
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24 Femmes Per Second
Barbara Parkins: Canadian actress born 1942, traveled from Peyton Place (TV 1964-69) to Valley of the Dolls (1967), to arrive in John Huston’s spy thriller The Kremlin Letter (1970).
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Judy Pace: American actress, born 1942 Los Angeles; on screen from 13 Frightened Girls (1963) to The Divorce (TV Movie 2014), including Three In The Attic… 13 more words
Mia Farrow: born 1945 in Hollywood to Australian film director John Farrow and Irish actress Maureen O’Sullivan.