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07-07-00, 01:21 PM (GMT)
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"Current Poll"
   How much does - or could - or should a tutu cost?

How long is a piece of string!

Is this Aurora's Rose Adagio, Wedding pas de deux tutu?

Who is the designer? Are we talking Kirov nineteenth century or Miss Blandine's best pupil at the end of term - or dare I mention the Royal Ballet's recent? Or Glasgow and Jasper Conran?

I have known tutus costing in the hundreds and well over a thousand.

Is there a prize at the end of this poll - like guessing how many sweets in a jar?

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  RE: Current Poll Bruce Madmin 07-07-00 1

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Bruce Madmin

07-07-00, 01:40 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Current Poll"
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   Er... there can't be any prize because we have no way of knowing who voted and in which way.

As you point out there are lots of variables here. I did think about making it much more specific, but decided to leave it more open. But in my own mind I saw it as the cost of a tutu for the lead ballerina in a quality production....

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