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Let's Talk! Fashion....Join the gals of Let's Talk! as we explore consignment shops, fashion on a budget and chisme of course

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12:51 PM on August 22, 2011 
Hi Gradriana,

Thank you for your feedback. It always help to hear what our audience is wanting more of. We try to cover many topics. The Fashion episode is yes superfluous - But if you want a heavier topic check out the immigrations episode on the link below. I think you will find a totally different view and something you won't find on ANY TV SHOW ANYWHERE.

Reply gradriana
12:34 PM on August 22, 2011 
Congratutations on the show! As an audience member it would make it better for me and many of my friends if the show didn't seem so superfluous. The value of a show as it portrays culture is its original design and style; as it is, it is a re-make of traditional anglo shows that sale consumption and superficiality.
Not proud of it as a representation of our culture.
Reply Topgorgon
8:26 PM on May 24, 2011 
Sorry ladies. I can't say that I agree with pandering to the "designers". I do LOVE that you mention what is a cultural routine now. Bargain hunting. I love to purchase beautiful clothes but I cannot afford most of all the designers you mentioned, but I certainly can dedicate some money to great dress ideas. As for Ugly Betty? I hated the show. It should NOT have been promoted as the English version of the original Betty. It was far from it. On it's own it was somewhat interesting but not enough to keep watching. I lost interest once I saw that it wasn't going to actually present the original story to the English speaking audiences.

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