This week, Rob explains the relationship between a classroom of vomiting kids and actors over-botoxing themselves. Yes, there is one. Really.

 

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  1. Hammer, The (Ryan M) Member
    Hammer, The (Ryan M)
    @RyanM

    Or the wearing of masks.  Which is the exact same phenomenon.

    You will recall your question to Dr. George Savage about one year ago:  “Doctor Savage-  should I be wearing a mask?”

    Dr. Savage (in summary)  “That depends on you.  It is not likely to provide any medical benefit to you, but it is a symbol and a signal to those around you that you take this disease seriously and that you care.”

    One year later, the science is not to be questioned, and that symbol has become a mandate in many parts of the world.

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  2. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    The biggest problem is when an older actress portrays a character who isn’t a plausible person to have had a facelift; e.g., homeless or working class.

    I think it’s in the movie, First Wives’ Club, in which Goldie Hawn’s character is ridiculed for her puffy lip job.

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  3. JennaStocker Member
    JennaStocker
    @JennaStocker

    What a fantastic commentary! I laughed at the comparison of one child unable to keep from vomiting starting a chain reaching of the most horrific experience. I doubt the bystanders  saw the first ill kid and thought ‘gee, what a good idea!’, yet the starlets see one young thing disfigure her own face (on purpose!)  and think just that. The madness of crowds. Thank you for a good bite of real humor, @roblong

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