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One scandal would’ve been enough.
Because my mind is in the past (the mid-eighties) and in the gutter (the porn biz) for reasons that will become clear, I've spent a lot of time thinking about the September 1984 issue of Penthouse. How to convey the magnitude of the ...
 
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Movies like Back to the Future and Jurassic Park have been suffocated by nostalgia. So maybe watch Minority Report instead.
I watched Rocky for the first time last weekend, and if you've ever seen a truly iconic classic film in adulthood, you know how strange it can be. I'd never seen the movie before, and yet by osmosis, I had. I knew the broader ...
 
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It's time for another re-examination, so gather 'round, folks.
Hello there, fellow online person! Do you also enjoy, in the midst of so many crisis-level events I won’t even bother listing them right now, signing onto Twitter and further ethering your brain for no real reason? I know I do, because ...
 
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We're only a few weeks in. We can't keep doing this.
Are you muted?"The first thing my five-year-old learned in kindergarten, set up at a tiny desk in the corner of our dining room, is to always stay muted. It's probably the wrong thing to teach a child, but not everyone remembers, and ...
 
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Shop the sure-to-sell-out style while supplies last.
As you might expect, over the last few months there's been a lot of virtual chatter here at Esquire HQ on the evergreen topic of preferred face mask styles. And if you're like me, it's right about now that you're probably realizing it's high ...
 
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The world's biggest pop stars are going a bit Old Testament at the barbers.
Italy: that's one place you can freely travel to. For now, anyway. So go. Entomb fresh pasta in a shower of parmesan. Cash in all those lockdown hours spent on Duolingo. Instagram a photo of the clear azure Venetian waters, then remark how ...
 
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Get Wi-Fi freedom with these.
I think we’re all feeling like that "can we have class outside" kid—begging to work in the great outdoors, albeit with very few resources to do so. For many of us, office jobs pivoted to fully remote, and our favorite coffee shops ...
 
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Do you know your salt threads from your spalla camica? Here, let us guide you.
Portmanteau term amalgamating “box” and “logo” to describe instantly recognizable brand identity, eg Supreme, North Face, Nike. Commonly used in reference to Supreme’s box logo—“bogo”—T-shirts and hoodies.Variation on “dripping”/“dripping with”. Derived from the comical notion of a man wearing so much “ice” ...
 
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Forget about Spider-Man and Iron Man, the streaming giant is finding success with adaptations of beloved indie superheroes.
he end of a comic book TV era arrived in June of last year, when the final season of Jessica Jones debuted on Netflix. For years, the streaming platform had carved out its corner of the Marvel world with a chain of largely critically acclaimed TV ...
 
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Put some denim on your denim and step back a couple decades.
Maybe it’s just nostalgia talking, but, looking back, the noughties were actually pretty nice. Of course, then again, everything looks better when it’s in hindsight and bedazzled.Top Story: This Filipino Love Letter from 1946 Was UnearthedSure, the decade might have started off with ...
 
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Maisie Williams says that for years the cast expected another character to slay the show's villain: 'It would’ve been too obvious.'
After years of being one of Westeros' under-sung heroes—a real get-shit-done kind of guy who was able to return from the dead, defeat Ramsay Bolton's army, and lead an expedition to capture a zombie—Jon Snow spent most of Game of Thrones' Season Eight being ...
 
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Here are the Internet's best jokes of the year.
In a few centuries from now, as crazy as it is to believe, historians might be looking at our memes to suss out exactly why we are the way we are. When they come to 2020, the memes will say that we ...
 
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From the Theragun range to budget alternative.
You want—nay, need—a massage. You've spent the past few months either perched on a dining chair or supine on your sofa, and it hasn't done your back/neck/wellbeing any favors. Ditto your decision to jump spine-first into bodyweight exercises.Top Story: Inside the Lavish Life of ...
 
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It's cutting season for the slightest Swiss watch brand in the ring.
Much like the rope-veined bruisers of a pre-fight weigh-in, luxury watches run the whole gamut of size. There's the same hi-spec ceremony, too. In the blue corner stands Hublot: chrome, futuristic, and heavyweight, like Deontay Wilder in his now infamous flashing android suit. There's TAG ...
 
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Physical greatness alone will never again suffice to anoint a hero.
Let’s reminisce, shall we? On marveling at His Airness in ’89. How it felt to witness him catch the rock in Cleveland’s Richfield Coliseum, and with three ticks left, pound a pair of off-hand dribbles, rise, and hang lifetimes at the foul ...
 
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Flipping Range Rovers! A submarine glider! A roll-out tux!
The new trailer for the next James Bond film, No Time To Die, is here, and it's stuffed with moments that have not previously appeared in any of the previous promo footage. We've collected them all here for you. You're very welcome.It'd be quite ...
 
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It may be his final hit, but the new poster for No Time To Die proves that Craig's 007 is as familiar as ever.
"Because I think you're a... dinosaur," Judi Dench's acerbic M spat in 1995's GoldenEye, another episode of the good dame giving 007 bad marks. "A relic of the Cold War, whose boyish charms, though wasted on me, obviously appealed to that young woman ...
 
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The iconic dive watch gets a whopping eight updated iterations this year.
The rumormongers had it pretty much right. From the middle of August, when it became known that Rolex would be announcing some major updates September 1 to one of its core lines of watches, the big money was on the famous Submariner, a ...
 
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October of 2020 brings very good news for timekeeping nerds.
Long before the quartz revolution of the '70s and '80s, manufacturers were attempting to harness the life-enhancing performance offered by the new sciences of the age and make previously bulky things small enough that you could wear them or stick them in ...
 
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The compliments runneth thick and fast for this functional tote from The North Face
For as long as I can remember, I've carried a lot of Things. I'm not sure when it started exactly, but as far back as 1993, documented in faded photo albums at my grandma's, there stands a bowl-headed imp clutching the usual ...
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