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  • @awolfeful
    20 August, 2018

    @BBW_BFF My fave thing is people who’ve never executed constructing such a scene, vaguely saying that it’s poorly e… https://t.co/pH0rdM8VZC

  • @awolfeful
    20 August, 2018

    RT @rodimusprime: Imagine if they approached the accused abusers with the same intensity from jump? “Does Harvey Weinsteininvalidate men a…

  • @awolfeful
    20 August, 2018

    Am I the only one who thought CRAZY RICH ASIANS was like a bizarro 50 SHADES? I mean this in a complimentary way.

  • @awolfeful
    20 August, 2018

    Sadly, most of his archive was destroyed through fires or floods—it’s California. But he was so go-with-the-flow th… https://t.co/hifgl9XIrs

  • @awolfeful
    20 August, 2018

    Read that architectural photographer Leland Y Lee died in 2016. I profiled him in 2012. Asian-Am man who started as… https://t.co/jmBHyguPwC

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April Wolfe

April Wolfe

If you talk to April about wolves or the Swedish-Serbian ultra-black comedy Montenegro, she'll never leave you alone.

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