@paginaskinner

  • @paginaskinner
    26 May, 2018

    My roommate has never heard of the term “jump the shark” and surprisingly when I tell her the story of fonzie liter… https://t.co/sdMJugbN6L

  • @paginaskinner
    26 May, 2018

    Pls do something @realDonaldTrump the dp at whataburger on northwest highway is out

  • @paginaskinner
    25 May, 2018

    @Evcorder omg that was kk who did that!!!

  • @paginaskinner
    25 May, 2018

    i didn't mean to tweet this from my account

  • @paginaskinner
    25 May, 2018

    “Don’t forget we are legends in our own minds.” https://t.co/hQWFSJnzWr

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Paige Skinner

Paige Skinner

Paige Skinner, music and culture editor, has written for the Dallas Observer since 2014.

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