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Because the recreated CBGB bathrooms are definitely the most important part of the Met's Punk exhibit, The Times has pooled a handful of responses and reactions to the museum-ed toilets, as well as some fond memories: "There literally were no barriers, so anything and everything went, and I don't mean that in a negative way. You would see the most beautiful people in there, and there wasn't much difference from Studio 54, except for the culture." [NYTimes]

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