Issue: 20060301

Wednesday, March 1, 2006
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Mercedes-benz
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Mercedes-Benz
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Giorgio Armani
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GIORGIO ARMANI
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Prada
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Gucci
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GUCCI
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Calvin Klein
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Calvin Klein
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Versace
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VERSACE
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Hummer
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HUMMER
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Arrow
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ARROW
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Jaguar
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JAGUAR
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Canali
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CANALI
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Boss
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BOSS
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Rolex
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ROLEX
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Land Rover North America, Inc.
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Land Rover North America, Inc.
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Bally
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BALLY
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Expedia, Inc.
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Expedia, Inc.
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This Way In
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The Sound and the Fury
“Esquire has my express permission to offend me, to mock me, and to insult me and all that I believe in. I can take it.”
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Judging from reader response, these are the most stimulating personalities from January’s What I’ve Learned issue: a radio and TV host (Howard Stern), a potential 2008 presidential candidate (John Kerry), a television actress (Alyssa Milano), a stand-up comic (Bob Saget), a Hollywood legend (Tony Curtis), and a six-year-old with cerebral palsy.
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Tag Heuer
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TAG Heuer
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Luciano Moresco & Co. Ltd
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LUCIANO MORESCO & CO. LTD
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Kendall-jackson Wine Estates
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Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates
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This Way In
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Those Responsible
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HAD HE GROWN UP only eight miles down the road, in Durham, North Carolina, instead of Chapel Hill, Will Blythe could have been someone like Crazy Towel Guy, a cult hero for Duke University basketball fans and a cloth-waving Cameron Indoor Stadium mainstay.
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ORIS
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Nissan North America, Inc.: the Nissan Altima Se-r
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Nissan North America, Inc.
The Nissan Altima SE-R
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This Way In
EDITOR'S LETTER
The Map of American Style
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DAVID GRANGER
If you woke up in a different country each day for a week, chances are that you could walk outside each morning as people headed to work and be able to tell, just by the way folks were dressed, what country you were in. Italians dress in a particular way.
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Gm Corp.: Escalade
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GM Corp.
Escalade
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TOD'S
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Man at His Best
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Funny Joke From a Beautiful Woman
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KEVIN KOENIG
An old farmer and his wife are lying in bed. He leans over one night, touches her breast, and says, "If this thing could still give milk, we could get rid of the cow." She reaches over and grabs his member. "And if this thing could still get hard,” she says, "we could get rid of the dog.”
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Man at His Best
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The Awards
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Silverest Lining Christine: Were talking about Ritchie's new school and how much fun it's going to be, because they've got a brand-new gym, and they have a music program, and they have a science lab— Matthew: And a giant wall to keep out the poor people— Christine: And a snack bar.
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BMW of North America, Llc.
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BMW of North America, LLC.
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The Screen
Man at His Best
The Seventh Annual Alternative Oscars
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MIKE D'ANGELO
CREDIBLE IMPERSONATIONS of dead or deteriorating celebrities. World War II. Bravery in the face of adversity. Jane Austen. Dramatic performances by actors previously known primarily for comedy, or vice versa. Some movie Harvey Weinstein spent way too much to promote. Physical handicaps.
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Louis Vuitton
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LOUIS VUITTON
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Man at His Best
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Q+a: Big Boi
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DAVID WALTERS
ANTWAN PATTON, aka Big Boi of the duo OutKast, has a swagger that is admirable even by hiphop standards. This month he stars in Idlewild (alongside fellow OutKaster Andre Benjamin) as a brash speakeasy owner in the Prohibition-era South.
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DIESEL
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Man at His Best
Music
Q&a:kris Kristofferson
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ANDY LANGER
ESQ: You've said that the older you get, the less conservative you become. Still true? KK: I was in Nicaragua with the Sandinistas. I've argued for Leonard Peltier, Mumia Abu-Jamal, the United Farm Workers. I’ve been a radical for a long time.
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Man at His Best
Music
The Find
WeFunk Radio: Log On. Enjoy.
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SAM GROBART
Sometimes it's better to let someone else drive. For all the brilliance of the iPod, knowing exactly which of your songs is coming next means missing out on the unexpected. Thank God, then, for WeFunk, an Internet radio station available online (wefunkradio.com) or on iTunes (under urban radio) that dishes up grooves so gloriously nasty, they make James Brown look like Pat Boone.
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Man at His Best
Music
Notes From John Mayer
R.I.P. Chris Whitley
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LAST NOVEMBER Chris Whitley died, and with him went a big part of modern American blues music. There aren’t many fighters for the cause, and Chris never gave up on his mission. His somewhat prostrated place in pop culture earned him a sidebar of an obituary, but to those who knew his work, it registers as one of the most underappreciated losses in all of music.
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Man at His Best
Books
What Would Jesus Really Do?
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HARRY FENSTER
IF YOU’RE WEARING A W.W.J.D. BRACELET RIGHT NOW, you just might be a misguided soul, because, according to Garry Wills's provocative new book, What Jesus Meant (Viking, $25), the very question—What would Jesus do?—is the wrong one. You shouldn't try to be Christlike:
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Man at His Best
Books
Big Book of the Month
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BENJAMIN ALSUP
READING A MEMOIR is often like sharing an excruciatingly long cup of herbal tea with a particularly dopey stranger who has a life-affirming story to tell. But there is little solace to be found in Ken Dornstein’s investigation into his older brother David’s life and horrifying death aboard Pan Am flight 103 in 1988.
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Man at His Best
Books
Two More for Your Shelf
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Highbrow Programming the Universe (Knopf, $26), by Seth Lloyd: "Atoms are tiny but strong, resilient but sensitive....They don't care about you, and they go about their business doing what they have always done. But if you massage them in just the right way, you can charm them."
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Man at His Best
In Other News...
Nancy Grace Is Not a Blight on Our Nation
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ROBERT MILES
JOURNALISM WATCHDOGS say the cable-news legal-affairs shows now more accurately resemble nightly lynch mobs, presuming suspects guilty until proven innocent. Is this true? We can’t say. But it is a fact that popular CNN Headline News host Nancy Grace consistently berates guests who defend basic due-process rights.
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Man at His Best
In Other News...
Professional Confessional
Bartender, New York City
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ANONYMOUS
IT'S THE PEOPLE who wave their hand, who try to yell at you, that you do your best to ignore. It becomes a game. It gets very torturous for them and, of course, very amusing to us. The customers who get served first are the ones who take a bill out, rest their hand on the bar, and make eye contact.
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Man at His Best
In Other News...
What Women Read
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As part of our tireless war on cross-gender ignorance, we give you another page from a women’s magazine currently on newsstands. This month, a sampling of Marie Claire's March photo essay, "How Other Women See Your Body," a portfolio by female photographers attempting to reimagine the womanly form and the true nature of beauty.
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Man at His Best
The Ten Things You Need...
In Your Closet
YOU TAKE CARE OF THE SOCKS AND UNDERWEAR. WE'LL SUPPLY YOU WITH THE REST.
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1) WHITE OXFORD BUTTON-DOWN SHIRT: The white button-down can be worn with a suit and tie, on its own with a pair of jeans, or underneath a sweater. May we suggest: Cotton button-down shirt ($40) by Izod.z A thin cashmere sweater can be worn every month save for August.
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Man at His Best
The Digital Man
The New Accessories
ESQUIRE'S GADGET GURU PUTS FOUR NEW PHONES THROUGH THE RINGER
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BARRY SONNENFELD
UNTIL SOMEONE HIRES ME to design a cell phone, I’ll continue to live in a world of compromise. That’s why I carry around a Sidekick II, BlackBerry 7750, Samsung i500, Sony Ericsson P900, and Treo 650 in my man purse. Each of them is pretty good, but none are perfect.
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Man at His Best
The Digital Man
The Rules
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RULE NO. 493: The outcome of no sporting event is worth punching a wall. RULE NO. 514: Watching the Academy Awards is acceptable for a man. Watching an arrivals or postawards show, less so. RULE NO. 703: Never hire a lawyer whose phone number spells the word divorce, injury, or innocent—or their Spanish translations.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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Man at His Best
Food
The Hurried Man’s Guide to Cheese
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TYLER CABOT
Cheese is either really good (handmade and expensive) or really bad. So don't skimp, says maître fromager Max McCalman of Artisanal Premium Cheese in New York. Cheese making likely began by accident when a herdsman poured milk into a carrying pouch made from animal innards, which contain rennet (a natural coagulant), and noticed that his spoiled milk was mustier and tastier than usual.
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Man at His Best
Food
Four Chefs to Watch in 2006
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JOHN MARIANI
I don't know how many ways there are to cook a chicken, but brilliant young American chefs are always working on new ones—along with revolutionary ways to cook everything else. Here are four guys I see making an imminent leap to culinary stardom.
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Man at His Best
Food
Nonkosher Snack of the Month
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From the 1600s to the early 20th century, New York City was the oyster capital of the world. Drunks slurped them in bars, families stewed them for dinner, and millionaires fried them with bacon by the dozen, often according to a recipe like this one from food historian Mark Kurlansky's new book, The Big Oyster:
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Man at His Best
The Better Man
Useful Information for the Health-conscious Carnivore
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THREE JUICY STEAKS A WEEK AND NO BEEF AT ALL IS THE RADICAL CENTER OF RED-MEAT CONSUMPTION. HERE, THREE WAYS TO REMAIN MODERATELY CARNIVOROUS.
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FRANCINE MAROUKIAN
Choose the rear of the steer. There are 19 cuts of beef that the government considers “lean”—less than 4.5 grams of saturated fat and 10 grams of total fat per three-ounce cooked serving (about the size of a deck of cards). Since most of these cuts come from the well exercised hindquarters of the animal, a simple rule is to look for anything with the word loin or round in the name.
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Man at His Best
The Better Man
Ask Dr. Oz
FREE ADVICE FROM A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
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It's true. In a recent study in Germany, researchers found that people who live in noisy areas are far more likely to suffer a heart attack. The risk went up by about 50 percent in men. For women, the increase was a staggering 300 percent. All it takes to make a difference is prolonged exposure to noise in the 65-to-75-decibel range.
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Man at His Best
The Better Man
The Active Man's Guide to Hostile Weather
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Scott Frampton
1. Sunglasses aren't just for summer. The winter sun hangs low in the sky, which means glare. You can’t duck to avoid what you can't see, which is what I told the plastic surgeon as he put 30 stitches in my forehead. 2. Wear wind briefs. Yes, they look like they were designed for Captain Kirk, but the nylon panel in front does an ace job of protecting the one thing that doesn't get harder in the cold.
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Elizabeth Arden: Prevage
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Elizabeth Arden
PREVAGE
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Man at His Best
Sex
What Is the Oldest Sex Toy?
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STACEY GRENROCK WOODS
This question sent me running to the mirror to make sure I hadn’t spontaneously generated the comical mustache and mail carrier's uniform of Cliff Clavin. The last thing any sex columnist wants is to arm a legion of sex dorks with wry anecdotes about rhino tusks.
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Home Box Office, Inc.
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Home Box Office, Inc.
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article
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Man at His Best
Maintenance
The New Imitable Haircuts
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RODNEY CUTLER
Although James Dean and Elvis will always be icons of American style, I strongly advise against asking your barber for a pompadour. Some things that looked good on a man in 1950 just look embarrassing in 2006. Like Elizabeth Taylor. Luckily, there is a new generation of well-groomed men with imitation-worthy hair.
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Man at His Best
Maintenance
The Test: the Five-blade Razor
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SOMEONE NEEDS to introduce razor designers to the idea of saturation points. I embraced the three-blade razor. Tolerated the four. But when I heard about the Fusion ($10; gillette.com), a new five-blade razor from Gillette, I thought the madness might never end.
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The Rules
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RULE NO. 798: If a man's first name is Morgan, he's richer than you are. RULE NO. 826: Fur hats are appropriate only above the 63rd parallel, unless worn by Sherpas or communists. RULE NO. 841: Something probably happened in Delaware, but nobody knows what that is, not even people in Delaware.
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Saab Automobile Usa
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SAAB AUTOMOBILE USA
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Man at His Best
Answer Fella
"World's Smartest Fella"
Doggie Toilet Tactics, America’s Oldest Bar & Why Bob Dylan Just Might Be the Smartest Fella in the World
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Who is the smartest person alive? Ahem. Answer Fella hates to boast, but long ago, when he was courting Marilyn vos Savant—a sweetheart of a gal, mind you, but her constant toneless humming was unbearable-AF trounced her regularly at Boggle.
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111,112,114
the guide · american style
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The Laws of (american) Style
Rules for the American man to dress by, including how to hang your jacket, what your tie says about about you, and things you can't wear to a funeral
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1. The greatest contributions of the United States to the world of style, in no particular order: The chino, the sneaker, the T-shirt, the biker jacket, blue jeans, the sweatshirt, the baseball cap. 2. Livestock are the only American staple that should show any visible branding.
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Cole Haan
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Cole Haan
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Porsche
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PORSCHE
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the guide · american style
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The Official American Outfit
Introducing the quintessential American outfit. It's cotton. It's comfortable. And it looks damn good on you.
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America’s contribution to the world of style is largely based on two basic ideas. One: Function triumphs over form. And two: Comfort trumps all else. To realize both, our fashion pioneers have long turned to cotton, which informed the outfit here.
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St. Pauli Girl
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St. Pauli Girl
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the guide · american style
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What Women Want Their Men to Wear
They like you in sneakers, they hate paisley, and you'd probably get more action if you dressed like a fireman. Here, the women staffers of Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, O, and Harper's Bazaar dole out advice in our exclusive survey.
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1. I prefer a man's legs in: A. Chinos 6.5% B. Levi's 80.6% C. Suit pants 9.7% D. Board shorts 3.2% 2. The most flattering color a man can wear is: A. Blue 41.9% B. Green 3.2% C. Pink 12.9% D. Whatever matches his eyes 35.5% 3. The sexiest thing a man can wear is:
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118A,118B
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Lens Crafters
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LENS CRAFTERS
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PAL ZILERI
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the guide · american style
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The Style Map of the United States (and Puerto Rico)
The Fifty’s Style Résumés
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•Alabama: Joe Namath, Ken Stabler, Hank Williams •Alaska: The parka •Arizona:Teva sandals, Doc Holliday •Arkansas: Wal-Mart, Al Green, Johnny Cash, Bear Bryant •California: Levi's, Gap, the North Face, Pulp Fiction, Tony Hawk, Vans, Green Day, Gavin Newsom, Joe DiMaggio, Robert Talbott, Tom Brady, Gen.
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Chuck Klosterman's America
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Invention's New Mother
Everything necessary already exists. Which means a golden age of invention is about to begin.
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THE DAWN OF MAN BEGAN eleven thousand years ago. (I think it was a Thursday.) This is interesting for many reasons, but one specific factoid has always amazed me: The wheel was not invented until 5000 B.C., probably by the Mesopotamians. This means that for roughly four thousand years, people were just dragging stuff around.
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Maker’s Mark Distillery, Inc.
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Maker’s Mark Distillery, Inc.
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Chuck Klosterman's America
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Exporting Democracy (and James Carville, Too)
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C.K.
In 2002, Gonzalo "Goni” Sanchez de Lozada was a detached, profoundly unpopular former president of Bolivia who seemed completely out of touch with the overwhelming majority of Bolivian citizens. That same year, he managed to get elected again.
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Macy's
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macy's
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Davidoff
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Davidoff
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Influence
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A Little Nudge
A new column about getting what you want from the world
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TOM CHIARELLA
MY EX-WIFE WANTED only a few simple things from me. She wanted me to manage the money, stay true, show her some love, and, occasionally, scratch her back as we watched television. On the first three, well, I tried. But the last thing—the back-scratching—I simply refused.
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Sony Bmg Music Entertainment
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SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
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ROCKPORT
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10 Things You Don't Know About Women
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JENNIFER COOLIDGE
1. It’s the circumference, stupid! The numerical measurement of the bra has nothing to do with the size of our boobs. 2. Hair extensions and wigs are not the same thing. Wigs are for old ladies and drag queens. Extensions are for women who want longer hair.
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Johnnie Walker
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JOHNNIE WALKER
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Cars
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Rescue 911
A vigilante roadside-assistance program in which the author sets out to save disabled automobiles from ruthless tow trucks. His rescue vehicle? The all-wheel-drive Porsche 911 Carrera 4.
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EZRADYER
TOW TRUCKS AND I, WE GO WAY BACK. Once, my illegally parked car got towed, and when I arrived at the city impound lot, it refused to start, thus precipitating a three-hour wait in the rain for another tow... from the tow lot. I’ve had a tow-truck driver laugh at me as I wobbled up to his truck in my crippled Saab, its front wheels pointed in opposite directions courtesy of a hit-and-run.
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Uniden America Corporation
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Uniden America Corporation
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sidebar
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Ezra's Gearhead Tip of the Month: How to Jump-start a Porsche 911
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E.D.
IRONICALLY, GIVEN MY MISSION, I managed to kill my own rescue vehicle one night when I left the lights on in a parking garage. Jump-starting other cars with the 911 is easy: Pop the hood, remove the cover from the battery, and voilà. Jump-starting the 911 itself, it turns out, isn't so straightforward.
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Dunhill
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dunhill
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Real Adventures for REGULAR GUYS
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The Restless Man
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JAMES VLAHOS
There's bat shit in my sandwich. There's bat shit everywhere, actually. Under my nails. Between my toes. On the $1,000 camera lens. I’m ankle deep in the stuff, which looks like overcooked oatmeal. I thought it was mud. Two hundred feet deep inside the earth, I’d been concentrating on the one Truly Important Thing:
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New Era
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New Era
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Real Adventures for REGULAR GUYS
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How to Experience This Adventure
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FLY into San Juan and take highway 22 west to cave country. CONTACT Armando Asencio of Expediciones Palenque (787-823-4354), who will guide you through the Tanamá caves for $100 and into Dugón, a custom trek, for $300. For Camuy, turn to Rossano Boscarino of Aventuras Tierra Adentro (787-766-0470), whose custom trips are $500 for up to three people (spandex not included).
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Zappos
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Zappos
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UNTIL
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Gillette
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Gillette
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Gillette
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Gillette
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What We've Learned at the Movies
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“It's the movies that have really been running things in America ever since they were invented. They show you what to do, how to do it, when to do it, how to feel about it, and how to look how you feel about it." —ANDY WARHOL Smart man, that Warhol.
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Brita
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BRITA
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Knob Creek
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Knob Creek
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Lexus
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Lexus
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Diesel
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DIESEL
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Style
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The United States of Style
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Consider this: Around the age of four, when a boy struggles to put more than five words together, he is faced with his first momentous style challenge. He must tie his shoes, a procedure that requires no less than seven precise movements. At first he struggles, until a towering authority on such fundamental style matters intervenes.
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United States of Style
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American Sports
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In 1923, in the first iteration of the modern shoe-endorsement deal, basketball evangelist Chuck Taylor (above) signed on to promote Converse, partnering with the shoe company to make the Chuck Taylor All Star. The canvas-and-rubber shoe has essentially remained the same since, complete with Taylor’s signature on the ankle.
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United States of Style
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American Work
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United States of Style
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American Reliability
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As the story goes, John B. Stetson, the son of a Philadelphia hatmaker, was out west on a hunting trip in the mid-1860s. While there, he entertained his hunting mates by showing them how he could make cloth out of fur hides without weaving it.
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American Club
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Once, the pocket square was the tiniest essential postscript, the finishing flourish to the daily grind of getting it absolutely right before you left for work. Then, for many years, it lurked unloved and unneeded while American men tried to bend dress codes to our more comfortable, less fastidious lives.
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United States of Style
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American Optimism
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For a Swiss watch, the Speedmaster is a peculiarly American success story. The Omega Speedmaster Professional was selected by NASA technicians in 1965 as the only watch flight-qualified for all manned space missions. It graced the wrists of every Apollo crew member from then on.
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United States of Style
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American Spin
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United States of Style
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American Everyday
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Is the chino casual or formal? For most Americans, it’s both. But to stand as America’s quintessential casual dress pants, the chino took a circuitous route. According to fashion legend, GIs returning from the Philippines in the years following the Spanish-American War in 1898 brought home light, tough pants made of a Chinese cotton twill.
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United States of Style
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American Phenom
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American Downtown
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United States of Style
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American Cool
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By 1983, when Tom Cruise (left) wore his in Risky Business, the Ray-Ban Wayfarer already meant West Coast cool. Derived from a smaller, leaner 1950s original, the frames embodied the top-down prosperity of the decade. Ray-Ban's original wire-framed Aviator, adopted by the Air Force during World War II, still gets the long-term plaudits from style gurus, but the Wayfarer, less obvious and more deeply suffused with Hollywood meaning, deserves the cooler props.
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United States of Style
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American West
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In 1889, Hamilton Carhartt began making durable overalls from canvas and denim for the growing legions of railroad workers struggling to meet the demands of a newly expanding nation. Ever since, the emphasis of Carhartt work wear has been on functionality, with warmth, durability, an ample supply of pockets, and tool-friendly features being paramount.
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United States of Style
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American Tough
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In 1873, Levi Strauss, a German-born cloth merchant from San Francisco, along with a Reno, Nevada, tailor by the name of Jacob Davis, pieced together sixty-eight dollars to patent riveted work pants. The 501 label was added in 1890. And the double line of stitching on each back pocket is one of the oldest surviving tradem arks in clothing, worn by the likes of James Dean (above),.
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American Entrepreneur
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American Youth
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American Beach
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In 1935, Paul Sperry (above) of New Haven, Connecticut, noticed, while out for a winter walk, that his cocker spaniel, Prince, was surefooted even when running on ice. He then set out to emulate the dog’s paw pattern with a piece of rubber and a razor blade, creating wavelike cuts that provided excellent nonslip performance.
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United States of Style
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American Entertainer
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United States of Style
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Eats Roadkill, Speaks Danish.
The appealingly weird words of Viggo Mortensen
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AMY WALLACE
<p>Viggo Mortensen listens to a lot of AM radio. The forty-seven-year-old actor doesn't enjoy this hobby, exactly. But if the vitriol spewed by conservative talk jocks is what tens of millions of Americans listen to, he figures he ought to listen, too.</p>
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A Thousand Dollars for Your Dog
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Tom Chiarella
<p>I'VE BEEN WRITING CHECKS for more than twenty-five years now, but the only one I can distinctly remember writing was the first one I wrote for $1,000. This was 1984. I was twenty-three years old, renting a beach house, and I remember that I had to stop and think:</p>
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206,207,208,209,210,211,232,233,234
THE IRAQ WAR: THREE YEARS LATER
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The Best Years of Our Lives
Every generation has its war veterans. The author and the guys he served with have been back from Iraq about a year now. How are they faring? The story of one platoon.
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COLBY BUZZELL
<p>A couple months before this story starts, I went back home and met up with a few of my civilian friends for some beers at a bar we used to all hang out at. It was good to see them all again, since I hadn't seen them in years and had no idea what any of them have been up to, and my one friend then told me, "I just want to let you know that I don't support the war, and I think the whole thing is just bullshit, but I'm glad you made it back."</p>
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THE IRAQ WAR: THREE YEARS LATER
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Ten Numbers on the State of Iraq-War Veterans
THE IMPACT OF A CONFLICT THAT’S ABOUT TO SURPASS THE KOREAN WAR IN DURATION
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TIM HEFFERNAN
<p>TOTAL AMERICAN TROOPS WHO HAVE SERVED:360,000 That includes soldiers from the Army, Marine Corps, National Guard, and their reserves who had served or were serving in Iraq by the end of 2005. When all U.S. military forces are counted— including Air Force and Navy pilots, as well as support personnel from all uniformed military branches—the number of Americans who have served in or around Iraq since Operation Iraqi Freedom began in March 2003 approaches one million.</p>
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THE IRAQ WAR: THREE YEARS LATER
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The Monks of War
If official Washington has trouble learning from its mistakes, the generals fighting the war in Iraq have no such luxury. And there are many lessons to learn.
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THOMAS P. M. BARNETT
Of all the lessons he's learned in this war, the most important one to Marine Lieutenant General James Mattis is this: Winning this war is mostly about not losing friends along the way. In the run-up to the invasion of Afghanistan in the fall of 2001, General Mattis was charged with setting up an air base in Pakistan to make the movement of marines into the theater possible.
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THE IRAQ WAR: THREE YEARS LATER
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What They Were Thinking
PREDICTIONS FROM PROMINENT THINKERS IN 2003 OF HOW THE WAR WOULD GO, AND WHAT SOME OF THEM SAY NOW
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TYLER CABOT
FORMER CHAIRMAN OF THE DEFENSE POLICY BOARD ADVISORY COMMITTEE RICHARD PERLE THEN:"I believe, and I think there's a lot of evidence to suggest, that most Iraqis will regard us as liberators, and it will not take anything like that number of troops [several hundred thousand] to maintain peace and order in Iraq.
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A Woman We Love
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Evangeline Lilly
The sexiest inhabitant of the freakiest island of all time shows us she’s a little bit Mary Ann, a little bit movie star
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ROBERT MILES
<p>You’ll be forgiven if you were unfamiliar with Evangeline Lilly before her role on Lost, ABC’s highly addictive adventure-mystery series set on the least tranquil island in the South Pacific. It’s the first speaking part for Lilly, twenty-six, a former Sunday-school teacher and oil-change technician from Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, who paid for college by doing background work on local film shoots like White Chicks.</p>
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SPORTS
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Hating Coach K
Mike Krzyzewski(aka, the Rat) is one of the alltime greats in his chosen field, but, hey, so was Mussolini
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Will Blythe
<p>Hatred makes scholars of its practitioners, which is to say, all of us. We study the objects of our disdain like old dons in the British Library poring over ancient manuscripts. No less than lovers, good haters notice everything about their enemies.</p>
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Rosetta Stone
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Paul Fredrick
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PAUL FREDRICK
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Store Information For the items featured in Esquire, consult the Web site or call the phone number provided. Man at His Best, p. 94: Izod shirt, 212-695-4400. Banana Republic V-neck, bananarepublic.com. Persol sunglasses, persol.com.
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This Way Out
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Jesus' Bar Mitzvah
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MIKE SACKS
ROB KUTNER
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Diamond Trading Company
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