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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Fellini Film?

Tonight while cruising through the channels at break-neck speed (I know it's odd for a woman, but I'm a TV remote control junkie. Go figure.) I ran across a biography of Richard Simmons. Yes, Richard Simmons. Did you know he was in Fellini's Satyricon? He had no lines and the scene they showed was of him sitting on a floor, leaning against a wall and playing an instrument. I didn't intend to linger on the program. But then again, Simmons in a Fellini film isn't your every day revelation. It was a "hold on now, what?" kind of moment that just pulled me in.
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