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  • @slowbeard
    12 November, 2019

    RT @MJMcKean: Wow. Stephen Miller. You think you know a person...

  • @slowbeard
    12 November, 2019

    (Well, except for the Latin and Ancient Greek and poetry from Greek antiquity, but still.)

  • @slowbeard
    12 November, 2019

    "I was raised with Latin and Ancient Greek and poetry from Greek antiquity, but sometimes, just to see the world I… https://t.co/eXCWCevpc5

  • @slowbeard
    12 November, 2019

    RT @jacksfilms: This Valentine's Day, tell her how much she means to you. Tell her how much you love her. Tell her... with the Sonic the He…

  • @slowbeard
    12 November, 2019

    @jaweedkaleem Gee, I wonder if anything happened in 2016 that this might be related to? https://t.co/O4duBOi0jy

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Michael Nordine

Michael Nordine

Michael Nordine is a regular film contributor 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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