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# 223419 28-Sep-2017 18:36
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Always loved the articles!


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  # 1874275 28-Sep-2017 18:53
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i myself was a huge fan of the articles. will be truly missed.





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  # 1874278 28-Sep-2017 18:56
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The pornography wasn't bad either.


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  # 1874316 28-Sep-2017 20:01
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He has been ready for eternal sleep for 50 years by wearing his dressing gown the whole time.

 

A hard look to pull off down at the local mall, but some do :-)


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  # 1874318 28-Sep-2017 20:09
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never read the magazines but I guess he provided some sort of service. How many teenage boys grew up thinking women have staples in their navels?  RIP





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  # 1874356 28-Sep-2017 21:35
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DarthKermit:

 

The pornography wasn't bad either.

 

 

What pornography? I don't remember any. It was all art!





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  # 1874358 28-Sep-2017 21:36
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men... *rolls eyes*





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  # 1874364 28-Sep-2017 22:01
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Wouldnt call it pornography at all.

 

Wasnt Marilyn Monro his first cover?

 

Then we have Stuffs new article....Stuff


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  # 1874369 28-Sep-2017 22:21
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We'll never see his like again, sadly.






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  # 1874372 28-Sep-2017 22:25

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We'll never see his like again, sadly.

 

 

Definitely not - as the internet has completely disrupted his original business model.






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  # 1874378 28-Sep-2017 22:29
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Geektastic:

We'll never see his like again, sadly.



One can hope we don’t see another like him




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  # 1874404 29-Sep-2017 00:02
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Pumpedd:

 

Wouldnt call it pornography at all.

 

Wasnt Marilyn Monro his first cover?

 

Then we have Stuffs new article....Stuff

 



A lot of contradictions there to be sure. He was a pig in many ways in his personal life........but the change in attitudes to sex in wider society was generally a good thing....and he gets a lot of credit for being out in front there. Not alone....far from it....but high-profile and leading. 





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  # 1874468 29-Sep-2017 07:42
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I disagree with bits of that article. Was the cash payment a porn problem or an entertainment industry problem? At that same time how were artists being paid at bars and casinos?

Yes, someone got a free car for a year and returned it. This happens in other "lottery" type of contests too.

My point is that some of the arguments come across as looking for something that is not there.

Had the author gone deeper into looking at how objectification works then it would be more credible.




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  # 1874478 29-Sep-2017 07:57
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Someone *had* to do it. So if it wasn't Hugh ...


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  # 1874490 29-Sep-2017 08:33
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MikeB4:
Geektastic:

We'll never see his like again, sadly.



One can hope we don’t see another like him


Or one can hope we do....





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