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inevitable char
if you suspect i don't like you, you're probably right. author. anthologizer. idea machine.
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inevitable char 1m
😴😴😴😴😴 also, why. really, just WHY? enough already. he shouldn't have been considered an interesting subject in the 1st place. but once this bit of intel was discovered, it should've become clear it was a bad, boring idea & 86-ed.
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inevitable char 1h
Replying to @TheBlackHoof
none of these asshole Narcissists is unique. they're just the zeitgeist. unfortunado.
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inevitable char 2h
Replying to @TheBlackHoof
i was just teasing you. Lol (I'm a curmudgeon)
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inevitable char 2h
Replying to @TheBlackHoof
you are ST-ing Trump?
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New York Magazine 6h
After 12 years at in many different roles, we're thrilled to announce David Haskell is taking the helm as editor-in-chief
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inevitable char 9h
❤️❤️❤️ 🍕🍕 🍎
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inevitable char 17h
Replying to @MauraJudkis
this one from is also worth a read:
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inevitable char 23h
something else to think about, maybe, re: sunday's Trumpian feast for Clemson &
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inevitable char 23h
of all of the stories on the fast-food-in-the-white-house stunt so far (all pretty similar... & i'm sure there will be more), i prefer 's, because she questions the political strategy and meaning behind it:
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inevitable char Jan 15
Replying to @hooleil
she is the best.
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inevitable char Jan 15
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inevitable char Jan 15
Replying to @tejalrao
❤️
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inevitable char Jan 15
Replying to @SamSifton @tejalrao
☄️
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inevitable char Jan 15
the poetry of ... in Cali reviewing mode. 🙌🏻
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Jim Windolf Jan 15
Adam Moss, one of the last great magazine editors, says goodbye, New York, reports
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Bee Wilson Jan 15
'The early British curries and pilaus were very mild, flavoured with salt, peppercorns, coriander seeds, lemon juice, and more herbs than spices'. on the story of London's first Indian restaurant, established 1810.
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inevitable char Jan 15
Replying to @Nicole_Cliffe
SAME
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inevitable char Jan 14
meanwhile, this cover of Hall & Oates' Rich Girl from Ella Wylde is soooooooo goooooooood. you're welcome.
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Jane Mayer Jan 14
The essay is breathtaking.
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