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July 16, 2008


Levi Stahl

The bizarre, "Come, my child," hand positions don't help.


Yes, and on the cover the bizarre "Come, my child" position of her hands (as you so aptly put it) is even more pronounced. The photo I posted is from inside the mag -- it shows more of the weird gown.


She beckons me to read, though. I'm going to check out that issue. I love some of those writers!


What is the story with her putting herself on every single cover? Maybe I'll start putting a different picture of myself on every blog post I write.

Take a look at the apoplectic freebie-hounds:


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