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Generation Wack

15 years ago by Joel Warner
If there's one thing the Internet's good for, it's propagating endless amounts of useless gossip and slang about how wack and off the heezie it is for the paparazzi to be all up in Lindsay Lohan's grill. To understand what all these gadflies were talking about -- and how --...
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THE NEXT GENERATION

28 years ago by Steve Jackson
Ken Almos spoke quietly to the front-desk attendant at the Denver Swim Club, a gay bathhouse on Colfax. Two guys in the steam room were having anal sex, and he wanted them stopped. It wasn't the sex he objected to; it was their failure to use condoms. The attendant walked...
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Generation D

25 years ago by Brad Jones
"I think it's okay to be angry," says Jesse Malin, the loquacious vocalist and frontman for the New York-based punk band D Generation. "We live in this fairy-tale culture where everything is supposed to have a happy ending. People tell you to buy these clothes, marry this girl, send your...
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Numbers Crunch

17 years ago by Eric Dexheimer
Then those Things ran about With big bumps, jumps and kicks And with hops and big thumps And all kinds of bad tricks. -- The Cat in the Hat, by Dr. Seuss Just because you enjoy having guests doesn't mean you have to invite everyone. Every organization has its Things...
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Sarong Number

22 years ago by M.V. Moorhead
You hope for Dorothy Lamour, reclining against a palm tree in her sarong, when you hear the title The Hurricane. Instead, you get well over two hours of Denzel Washington huddled in a cell. In the poster art, Washington glowers, one bandaged fist cocked for a right to our jaw...

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