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Lovers of awkward and uncomfortable situations rejoice!
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Entertainment reporter Tim Estiloz chatted face-to-face with the REAL Bettie Page in this exclusive "one on one" 1996 TV Interview. In this rare recorded interview -The REAL Bettie Page herself candidly recounts in-depth and with humor, multiple anecdotes about her life and modeling career.
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Best. Interview. Ever. "I can’t stand the fucking midgets. Now, you’re supposed to call them little people. I’ll call them mites. I’ll call them shrimp. I’m telling you, you talk to the cops. Do you know how many home invasions are done by midgets during Halloween across the nation? Because you go to the door and you think it’s a little kid there with a mask on. You open that door—it’s true, you ask a cop, they should tell people this… And that little fuckin’ midget will run in and he’ll knife you. He’ll close that door and he’ll rape your family."
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The result, says Duffy, was that "photography was dead by 1972". He takes a rare pause, then explains: "Everything had been resolved between 1839 and 1972. Every picture after 72, I have seen pre-72. Nothing new. But it took me some time to detect its death. The first person who twigged was Henri Cartier-Bresson. He just stopped – and started painting and drawing. God, he was useless."
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Epic Games, founded by Tim Sweeney in 1991, has a much bigger gaming footprint than most people realize. When I hear "Epic," I think back to a time in the early 1990s when I was deeply involved in my local computer bulletin board system (BBS) scene. BBSes were early dial-up online services that provided message boards, primitive online games, and numerous free files to download.
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Alexei Sayle began as a ground-breaking stand-up comedian in a tight suit and brought his act to rich fruition in a unique television series with his name in the title. Meanwhile he had also established himself as an actor in the movies and laid the foundations for his later career as one of our most adventurous writers. His particular gift in all fields is to bring his radical background into the foreground. Here he talks about growing up as a Marxist in modern Britain, about honesty in comedy, and about squaring his rebel status with the glow of celebrity. An enemy of the old order but no friend of New Labour, he draws a resonant connection between the Millennium Dome and the interior of Tony Blair’s brain.
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Teller is one of the greatest magicians living in the world today. Teller is a guy who is constantly thinking, constantly reevaluating what he is doing. He keeps working on his material with really no care as to how long it takes. It might take a month or it might a year or it might be 10 years before it goes on.
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