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    • It's the grifters and Bernie lovers who think if you care about racism, you are ignoring the pain of white voters who would otherwise be on your side (I'll never forget one of them saying that if Trump just "toned down the racism" she'd vote for him). Many on the left are racist and hide that behind populism. They say oh he's anti-war (he isn't) or he says common sense things (he doesn't), you don't have to agree with everything an ally says. Also Krystal Ball or Glenn Greenwald types who love to go on his show and laugh along with him.
    • I think calling Brooke a sex addict is going a little bit too far. She's made some (very) poor choices when it comes to men, but she's not a sex addict.
    • The Harding Lemay WLS interview where he spoke about his intention to make the character of Michael Randolph gay on Another World and how it was nixed (likely by P&G). He mentioned just how scared producers/networks were to do anything because of how they underestimated what audiences would accept. Irna Phillips had warned him that Southern audiences would be horrified by a black character and a white character having lunch, and he went ahead and wrote a scene like that, which aired without incident. Just reminded me of how many good, boundary-pushing stories we may have missed out on unnecessarily. (That’s not to say audiences haven’t flipped out about IR or gay relationships, à la Neil/Victoria on Y&R.) https://www.welovesoaps.net/2009/07/harding-lemay-interview-part-one.html?m=1
    • That's unfair criticism. He made it clear that he had a prior engagement and had to leave because of that. It's not his fault the technical difficulties meant that the chat was prolonged.
    • Villa Blanca takes me back to BH S1-2 in an instant. Always liked that airy space with the windows flung open for al fresco dining. But after the ruling on the sexual harassment lawsuit, the Todds have been keen to offload the space. The associations with the restaurant are now linked to that. I suspect that the Vanderpump-Todds are relieved that the lease could not be renewed and can now focus on their existing establishments in current pandemic times. If VPR gets officially cancelled, they may consider getting out of the restaurant biz for a while and embrace a semi-retirement/Vanderpump Dogs kid of life. I always believed a Vanderpump Dogs show was in the cards, hence production's insistence on puppygate during S9 as a way into the show.     Vindictive and obsessed. She won't rest til she feels LVP is somehow punished and completely destroyed. Same with Kim Richards. Doesn't this kind of energy eventually backfire on you, karma-styles?  

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