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  • @studiesincrap
    20 August, 2018

    RT @MKupperman: Millennials have crippled the cravat industry

  • @studiesincrap
    20 August, 2018

    @magary @PulpLibrarian That account justifies this platform!

  • @studiesincrap
    20 August, 2018

    The sentences that finally spurred me to leave this book at a coffee shop and read the wiki summary? “It was not a… https://t.co/PJCLyGFIyk

  • @studiesincrap
    20 August, 2018

    @ouijum Usually I’d snap some but my head wasn’t in the game today!

  • @studiesincrap
    20 August, 2018

    Alexa, demonstrate to me in one image why I shouldn’t try getting into Doctor Who https://t.co/f7Gab1odeR

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Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl is film editor and writer at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.

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