@studiesincrap

  • @studiesincrap
    10 February, 2016

    I would be so screwed if the drunk-driving test was "Can you print to letterhead?"

  • @studiesincrap
    10 February, 2016

    @TheAmyNicholson @alicehines the UCLA Thrift shop, but this was in 2010

  • @studiesincrap
    10 February, 2016

    @alicehines there's a whole shop in Burbank of clothes that were worn on soaps. They're bizarre, the shirts all logoless solids

  • @studiesincrap
    10 February, 2016

    @dead_media UCLA Thrift Shop

  • @studiesincrap
    10 February, 2016

    @jonkauffman like pancake makeup and sweat

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Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl is film editor at The Village Voice. He also covers books, music, and other matters for the Voice, in addition to writing Studies in Crap, his ongoing humor column about bizarre books and ephemera found at junkshops.

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