Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Does Anyone Still Wear a Hat?


Yes: Elaine Stritch. We'll drink to that!

DAME ELAINE STRITCH
February 2, 1926

9 comments:

  1. She looks magnificent! God, how I wish America would knock it off with the plastic surgery already.

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  2. Unless, of course, everyone in America had plastic surgery to look like Elaine Stritch. That would be pretty fabulous.

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  3. You're right, of course. I provisionally retract my previous statement!

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  4. Before I die, I want to see a return to men wearing hats.

    STYLISH hats, not baseball caps.

    The most attractive person I saw yesterday was a very old woman wearing a red hat at a jaunty angle, proving that style knows no age.

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  5. I adore hats! Hats for Men, Hats for Women, Hats for Everybody! And flouncy pocket hankies.




    WV - norel. Norman, is that you?

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  6. Plastic surgery is a like a guy in a bad toupee. He thinks its wonderful and everyone else can spot it a mile away.

    It is the most insecure celebrities that get pastic surgery - its a form of self deception by self multillation. Somehow, they feel like they're not good enough.

    People who know who they are and love themselves don't get because they know they are beautiful no matter what.

    This think how wonderful the world would be if all those celebrity dollars went into real-meaningful surgeries - like the types that help children born with incomplete pallets, or misaligned legs, eye sight problems, or worse.

    Elaine therefore stands as a survivor. God love her!

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  7. she's had ben gazzara's dick in her mouth....she wins!

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  8. I loved her in the "Follies in Concert" show where the girls are all backstage waiting to make their entrance, and Elaine starts going on about how exciting it is and how she loves it, and you can almost hear her heart pounding with the thrill of it all. Nice to live your life every single moment getting off on it!

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