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Two items that would make my list: 1) white satin and 2) the way women in thirties films stood with their hands provocatively on their hips, their arms forming pitcher handles–a pose both beckoning and self-contained. Oh, and 3) the telephones. The ones in the phone booths, the newsroom ones that accordioned in and out on extended arms, the elegant ones that they brought to the nightclub tables. Not like today, where everyone’s walking around in action films with these electronic playing cards pressed to their ears as they call in coordinates for an airstrike as Jon Voight sits in an office three thousand miles away, crinkling his eyes to convey mirthless, amused contempt for the laws that bind lesser men.
My three favorites:
1. A glamorous woman takes off one earring to speak on a rotary phone, 2. An angry man pulls his hat off and throws it to the ground, 3. Gorilla suits.
Sarah asked me to publish the recipe for a Wasilla Thanksgiving favorite we call “Turposseal.” Itâ€™s a turkey stuffed with a possum stuffed with a baby seal. Itâ€™s easy to make… Here’s How! Skin the baby seal and reserve the seal skin to sell to Neiman Marcus for cute jackets. Stuff the baby seal carcass into a field dressed possum and stuff that into a freshly butchered turkey. Place the Turposseal in a preheated oven at 350 degrees till crispy.–Politico blogger