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Hell Sucks by Michael Herr

Hell Sucks by Michael Herr

Michael Herr's Hell Sucks

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Xeno & Oaklander: Topiary album review

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"Why's This So Good?" No. 104: Michael Brick and an ordinary legal dispute

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Welcome to Rio - Esquire Classic

classic.esquire.com — Colby Buzzell's official slogan, "Live Your Passion," which, as it turns out, is also the official slogan of the 2016 Rio Games. Shortly after landing, on your way to baggage claim, a young Brazilian girl hands you a tourist map of Rio de Janeiro.

Jones on Nelson Mandela

esquire.com — Editor's Note: Nelson Mandela died today at 95. From Esquire Weekly, here's an in-depth look at one of his last great public moments. It was in the anxious minutes before the World Cup final in Johannesburg in 2010. Throughout that tournament's delirious month, there had been speculation-hopeful speculation, almost frenzied-that Nelson Mandela would come into view.

Conor McGregor's Last Night in the Octagon

esquire.com — ​In the UFC, as in boxing, there are some truths that cannot be denied. A big fight is like a power plant that turns emotion into electricity. It begins to hum during months of stare-downs and shit talk that resolve into a gathering of drunk and preening tribes.
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Aug 24, 2016

@CTRSteve Of course, although some people might call it a toilet.

Aug 24, 2016

@TheBank1884 I'd rather a buttered bagel but I'll take the star, thank you.

Aug 24, 2016

Pleased to announce that I've just been named Writer in Residence whenever I'm in my home.

Aug 23, 2016

@geneweingarten What do you mean Uh oh? You hit the jackpot.

Aug 23, 2016

My fall soccer league starts tomorrow. Sorry to be the bearer of such devastating news.

Aug 22, 2016

@evaholland @trehagen I'm pretty sure moshing at this point would land me in the hospital.

Aug 22, 2016

@JPosnanski @ESQPolitics @KVanValkenburg I spent 10 hours there with the Internet down. I can do anything.

Aug 22, 2016

@JDGerlach That's funny. Weirdly, though, I am feeling nostalgic about my moshing history at the moment. I had some good moshes.

Aug 22, 2016

@trehagen I don't know why, but I think that tweet is the greatest thing I've ever written.


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