The World I Imagined When I Was a Teen
Once upon a time, I dreamed of the world I would inhabit as an adult. I thought I would grow up to be Ann Magnuson or Annie Potts. I thought I would hang out in the cool clubs from Desperately Seeking Susan and be taken to a restaurant that had glass tables where I could watch myself while I was eating. The adult world I imagined featured a lot more cool haircuts and funky suits than I ever see in my actual adult life.
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This Episode 200
Song: Left of Center by Suzanne Vega
Image of Ann Magnuson in NYC in the early 80s via Wikicommons
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