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A major fashion publicist told me an interesting story. "My child is applying for all the high maintenance private schools, and it's a pain in the as
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A major fashion publicist told me an interesting story. "My child is applying for all the high maintenance private schools, and it's a pain in the ass. They interview her, they interview me, it's like, really, this isn't NASA. In my interview, the first question that the admissions woman asked me was, 'How do you feel about TV?' Well, I watch TV all the time. I'm a publicist so partly, it's my job to see what other people are seeing, but besides that, I'm sorry, I love TV - I know it's not fashionable, but it's fascinating. I love it. What I don't love are these snotty school moms. So I said, 'I love TV. I think it's so important for children to absorb images and storytelling, and also to understand the difference between real and make believe. I think all children should watch some TV." The child was accepted to the school, and we went home that night to a marathon of My Gym Teacher is a Monkey. Then we looked at some clothes...

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