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esquire.com — I am going to print out this poll and, perhaps, put it on my wall in a gilded frame. I hope every cable teevee haircut who plans to ride the Benghazi, Benghazi!, BENGHAZI! train to riches and fame and glory does the same thing because this is the best result in a poll in the history of results from polls.
esquire.com — There are big ideas, and then there are big fking ideas. Kenneth N. Waltz, a political scientist who died this week at 88, was a man who had one of the latter: let more nations have nukes. In fact, welcome it. Not just the United States and the Soviet Union.
esquire.com — Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Cinema for Peace Tom Junod's profile of Brad Pitt will appear in the June/July issue, which is on newsstands at the end of the month. When I met Brad Pitt the day after Easter, he was so tired that he was perhaps more reflective than usual.
esquire.com — Are you a heavy metal fan? No? That's okay, too. Whether you're the sort of man who knows everything from who first threw the Devil Horns to the correct pronunciation of Yngwie Malmsteen, there is something fascinating to learn from Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Story of Metal, by Jon Wiederhorn and Katherine Turman, out today - loads of little-known, often creepy anecdotes that shed new light on the making of Satan's Music.
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