The portrait and small chant are a restorative and charming way to begin the day after some unexpected, horror movie difficulties yesterday. Very good title also. I've now read all about Ms. Lepore and was fascinated to learn of the Save The Garment Center campaign. It's an area that played a big, unsettling role in my own life and my thoughts on the subject are neurotic and untrustworthy, i.e., too many intensely bad memories. I think what Lepore and her colleagues are doing is terrific. If NYC ever elects a mayor who is an actual member of the (highly imperfect, I know) human race, rather than the scary space aliens who have held the office for so long, she might have a fighting chance. Curtis
LITTLE NANETTE LEPORE SECRETIf what you want this holiday is lessNot moreLack-of-Nanette-Lepore-Stress,Try the reduced from $398 to $239 Secretive Dress."Inglow"! pipes the festive little mechanical cuckoo-clock consumer-status word-verifier, sent us by the super-aware wizard design bots at PiperLime...
This is clever in the most delightful way.
Thanks Curtis, for the info on Nanette L. I don't know much about her. I just like how her name purrs.And thanks Brad, and yes, Tom, I don't want to miss out on her secretive dress!
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