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ICYMI: The L.A. Times Is Sorry They Said So Many Bad Things About The Doors
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- Bojack Horseman apparently has a cult fan base in China.
- The L.A. Times reviews all the times they were wrong about The Doors and it's pretty fun[ny]. (Sample: "Perhaps Morrison should give up performing, which seems to be an effort for him, and concentrate on reciting and writing poetry," Donna Chick wrote in The Times in 1968).
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Cruise off the highway and hit locally-known spots for some tasty bites.
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