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Exercised Over Debra Winger

September 11, 1988

A quote: "(Debora) Winger's cabin in the outback of New Mexico was her favorite hideaway. . . . One doesn't sense she's very rural; the mind is always working."

What exactly does this mean?

Are the minds of "rural" people never working?

Just what kind of airhead was Henry David Thoreau, anyway?

M.M. MANRING

Los Angeles

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