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Also joining in on the birthday festivities was adult entertainer Chrissy Mack.
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Lately, this question has entered my thoughts more than it should.
Apart from the confessional impulse that haunts the academic study of popular culture, I “admit” this because it leads me to a more important question: Why do I (and presumably many others) care?