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Gee, I'm actually starting to feel sorry for the Left.
They just lost ONE of their HUNDREDS of propaganda
platforms, giving the Right an advantage of ONE.

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~Well-behaved women seldom make history~

« on: 03 28, 22, 04:07:31:PM » Reply

Even though the talk of the night was the slap heard round the world...I just go online and look at the gowns...

Even though I think "going sheer" is highly inappropriate, Sandra Lee was gorgeous... https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/sandra-lee-rocks-totally-sheer-021912658.html

Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Billie Eilish, on the other hand...looked just plain weird...


And what was this?  https://www.vogue.com/slideshow/2022-oscars-red-carpet-live-see-every-look
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The transparency reveals a beautiful reconstruction job. Maybe that's why she wore it, could cheer up some other women facing cancer double surgery.
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