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Bradford Shellhammer 's affection for people mirrors his feelings for his vast accumulation of inanimate objects, which include sunglasses, sneakers, and glass birds. "I collect things. People are just another thing I collect," he says, describing his Warholian approach to life. For his recent 37th birthday, which turned into a four-day celebration in a rented house in the Turks and Caicos Islands

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