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"Dazed & Abused" for so long.

Balfour, who also works as a freelance writer and a model, is the first to admit “Dazed & Abused” isn’t exactly Shakespeare. “It’s throwaway theater. It’s hardly deep and profound. You watch, you’re engrossed by it, you leave and then you crave more,” she says. “It’s like reading Hello or Heat. It makes you feel sick and like crap about yourself, but you continue to buy it every week.”
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