Assembled in the basement of the Gene Frankel Theater on Bond Street, our discussion on “isms” had yet to get underway. Mary Pryor was the first to arrive, with Kane Mayfield, Perri Dash and Crystal Hines not too far behind. Gail Thacker, our honorary guest of the night, also strolled in, a warm smile adorning her face. With everyone enjoying their triangle sandwiches and their glasses of wine, we all limbered up with small talk.
After hobnobbing for awhile, we decided to get down to business. With cigarettes lit and elbows on the table, the first topic up for discussion was materialism. What is materialism, if not desire on steroids?
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