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Public Address 29/03/04 - Flashback And Back

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/03/04 - Flashback and back

Jumpin' Jack Flashback | Mar 28, 2004 12:05
Fiona Rae from the couch

Salon.com's Heather Havrilesky recently held a Fix 24 contest; the top six entries included the gem: "Two words: musical episode." Sadly, Jack's unlikely to break out into song ("Regrets, I've had a few ..."), he's wrecked his voice with all that heroin and shouting for a...
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Can you dig it? | Mar 26, 2004 15:22
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Just another fantasy Friday in the life of a bored housewife: you make a quick phone-call, the doorbell rings, and there they are: three burly firemen, well-hung with utility belts and wearing fetching braces-and-T-shirt ensembles...
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