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  • @besharodell
    13 December, 2017

    @Francis_Lam Now that you say that it occurs to me that a snot block oughta be a kleenex (TM). But, It is not. (shudder)

  • @besharodell
    13 December, 2017

    @Francis_Lam Ice-Y poles. ICEE poles. They are poles, and they are icy. SO, OBVIOUSLY CORRECT, WHAT EVEN IS A POPSI… https://t.co/0W6tAB0jCg

  • @besharodell
    12 December, 2017

    Tonight I discovered that the only acceptable scent to pair with a caftan at a black tie event is: VESPERTINE

  • @besharodell
    8 December, 2017

    @nickearls I would be too if I lived in Brisbane. So good.

  • @besharodell
    8 December, 2017

    @pete_wells @ruthreichl @kimseverson @ruhlman There were restaurants at the fairs in 1893 & 1904, too. And this, fr… https://t.co/H1E61dUgyh

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Besha Rodell

Besha Rodell

Besha Rodell — Australian-born, New York-bred, Southern-fried, James Beard Award-winning journalist — was L.A. Weekly's restaurant critic from 2012 to 2017.

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