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    ” Nick Rhodes called and wanted to go for dinner. I was seeing Keith and Kenny and Ann Magnuson. Nick and Julie Anne wanted to eat so early, though. They were insisting on 7:30 and we finally made it 8:00 (cab $5). Went to Mr. Chow’s and of course Nick and Julie Anne didn’t get there until 9:00 or 9:15.” – Andy Warhol from the Andy Warhol Diaries

    Andy Warhol at Mr. Chow with Nick and Julie Anne Rhodes

    I was married to a man who was terminally late. Nick rarely started getting ready before we were already suppose to be somewhere, and would never dream of showing up less than “fashionably late.” It used to embarrass me and was a major bone of contention in our marriage. I never seemed to be able to impress upon him that when you show up so late, you’re subliminally saying “my time is more valuable than yours.” Or, perhaps that’s precisely why people do it – it’s a power play that makes them feel important. Regardless, it’s just plain rude and unprofessional not… Keep Reading »

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