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  • Ironically, after having to defend himself against charges that he was sexually bent, he then had to convince them he had never bedded Jane Foster, despite the fact that she was an attractive woman—a high-spirited, golden-haired California girl who was reportedly one of the most memorable of the female OSS recruits to be flown into the Eastern theater during the war.

    A Covert Affair

  • In 1961, Mimi Alford, the latest crotch level inductee into the History Hall of Fame, was a "slender, golden-haired 19-year-old debutante whose finishing school polish and blueblood connections" landed her a summer job in the White House Press Office.

    Myra Chanin: Mimi Alford's Hymen Sacrificed on the Altar of History

  • He was clearly shown to be the bad guy in their struggling marriage and she came off more like the golden-haired damsel in distress.

    Jim Moret: Are Reality Shows Turning Deadly?

  • He was clearly shown to be the bad guy in their struggling marriage and she came off more like the golden-haired damsel in distress.

    Jim Moret: Are Reality Shows Turning Deadly?

  • He was clearly shown to be the bad guy in their struggling marriage and she came off more like the golden-haired damsel in distress.

    Jim Moret: Are Reality Shows Turning Deadly?

  • I walk among their shadows like a golden-haired goddess, still.

    the earth still feels young

  • Three cheers for the golden-haired champion of incest!

    Hear Him Roar

  • Ironically, after having to defend himself against charges that he was sexually bent, he then had to convince them he had never bedded Jane Foster, despite the fact that she was an attractive woman—a high-spirited, golden-haired California girl who was reportedly one of the most memorable of the female OSS recruits to be flown into the Eastern theater during the war.

    A Covert Affair

  • This is from a new book by a then-19 year old White House intern:In the summer of 1962, Alford was a slender, golden-haired 19-year-old debutante whose finishing-school polish and blueblood connections had landed her a job in the White House press office.

    US election live: Gingrich struggles before Minnesota, Colorado, Missouri votes

  • He was clearly shown to be the bad guy in their struggling marriage and she came off more like the golden-haired damsel in distress.

    Jim Moret: Are Reality Shows Turning Deadly?

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