In a way, I do agree with this sentiment but it won't likely be China in years to come but a country where even cheaper labor can be exploited like Vietnam and Thailand. In fact, this is already happening. In a decade, or so, it is unlikely to be China though.
The HK/Taiwan issues are close to my heart bc of some of my personal and work connections over the last decade. I can't countenance another war, but I also can't accept the US doing nothing if China tries to invade Taiwan and the country is poised for a worse fate than Hong Kong. There are no good answers. As for Matt Stoller, he's just another loud white blowhard like Stancil. I think Stoller in particular is insane on a great many topics; I don't take that wing of the dead-end left seriously at all and don't consider it remotely influential outside of that increasingly-waning niche group, wh
You should check out Mindy Cohn's podcast...she had Nancy on a few months ago..and it was a fun interview.
Also, she and Tracy Bergman were friends since the 70s..and she's close to Deirdre Hall. Some nice interviews...doubt Alan Locher would be that indepth.
Bette Davis wanting Melanie's autograph makes sense....Melanie had the tortured vibe..perfect for film noir.
I'll be a table of one...but I like Mary Ellen as Frannie better than Julianne Moore.
I absolutely agree with your take on this.
He definitely deserves some heat, but at his core, he's a PR person and it shows. You're trained to prevent messes, not cause them. Even if deep down he probably loves the tea like we all do.
I also understand the frustration of wanting to go deeper with the guests and get more tea spilled. I admit to being frustrated, but the reality is, they aren't interviews. They're hangouts he started during the pandemic so we could hang out with our favorite soap stars from the past. I appreciate the effort and his abili