Does Andy Warhol's work tell a story?
His paintings do not, some of his films do.
Apparently they are divorced. In an article from Vermont Today (October 2010) there is a story that Ms Fairclough's studio burned to the ground and she lost her life's work of paintings in the fire. The story states that Robyn and Andy are divorced but does not mention and details or the date of their divorce -- the studio fire was the focus of the story.
A sneaky snooper was a technologically advanced piece of equipment introduced by I. P. Daly on an episode of WKRP in Cincinnati. Herb the salesman, bought a sneaky snooper and brought it to work on show-and-tell day. He then proceeded to spy on Loni Anderson (Stage name, Jennifer) as she confessed all about her midnight romances with Andy. And now you know the rest of the story.
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