Meryl Streep, at home in N.J., says she empathizes with Trump (who called her overrated)
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P Somewhere out there is a naked photograph of Hillary Clinton… Between the s and the s, several ivy league colleges had a very strange requirement for all their incoming freshmen students. Harvard, Yale, Wellesley College, Vassar as well as Brown University, were among the elite American colleges that asked all the young men and women enrolled in their first year, to pose nude. Uncensored photo here for the extra curious. I reported to a windowless room on an upper floor, where men dressed in crisp white garments instructed me to remove all of my clothes. And then — and this is the part I still have trouble believing — they attached metal pins to my spine. There was no actual piercing of skin, only of dignity, as four-inch metal pins were affixed with adhesive to my vertebrae at regular intervals from my neck down.
That Time Harvard and Yale Took Naked Photos of All Their Freshmen Students
Meryl Streep, at home in N. She began her conversation with Colbert by remembering one particular childhood episode from when her family was living in Madison and there was a hurricane. She went on to have nightmares about being in the space as the weather churned outside. Don't Edit Dave Kotinsky Getty Images 'The world's greatest living actor' Colbert, 54, wanted to know what Streep thought of that old chestnut about people not seeing anything of New Jersey past that one Turnpike smell somewhere near Elizabeth. It was great to grow up here, it was just fantastic.
We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. Per the terms of the legal deal, Nora was required to portray Mark Feldman, the character based on Bernstein, as a good father at all times. Mandy was neither right for Mark nor entirely jazzed about starring in Heartburn.