How many people got to feel up a woman in the 1870s in public with permission—with their neighbors watching?
I guess it beats bobbing for apples.
I think some of the musical manifestations presented by Jonathan Koons as described in the article sound more interesting, but if the women in the glow-in-dark sheets enjoyed it then good for them for finding their calling.
I used to participate on an Internet forum with a woman from Central or Eastern Europe (it’s been a few years) who moved to the US and worked as a puppeteer writing her own shows and building her own puppets and sets. She told me that she was branching into fortune telling with smaller audiences because it was storytelling in a more intimate setting and there seemed to be a market for it.
And beats the hell out of bobbing for french fries.
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