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IT’S NOT JUST COMEDIANS: BUSINESSES PLAGIARIZE JOKES ON TWITTER, TOO
Rob Fee authored a piece here on Playboy.com about why stealing jokes on social media is a big deal. As I read the article, I found myself, as a comedian, nodding a lot, agreeing with most of his points and recounting the times I’ve seen jokes plagiarized on social media.
CHEF JOSIAH CITRIN: FROM THE FARMER’S MARKET TO THE TABLE
We follow Mélisse chef and owner Josiah Citrin around the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market to find inspiration for his half chicken with potato and leeks. The two-Michelin-star chef then invites us into his kitchen to show us how to make this rustic dish.
12 UNEXPECTED CHANGES THAT HAPPEN WHEN YOU BECOME A PARENT
You can read all the parenting books and take all the classes in the world, but it will still never prepare you for what it’s actually like to be responsible for a tiny, little human being. Actually, you’ll find yourself constantly mumbling under your breath about how ridiculous most of the books were.
RANKING EVERY JOHN HUGHES FILM, FROM ‘VACATION’ TO ‘FLUBBER’
Few filmmakers have ever left a mark on American pop culture as big as John Hughes did. He parlayed an ad copywriter job into a writing gig at The National Lampoon, parlayed that into a screenwriting career, and then basically reinvented the teen comedy.
70 PLAYMATES FROM THE 1970S
The 1970s was a decade that continued to follow trends set in the ‘60s, and Playboy continued to help the evolving culture of the decade. Famous Playboy interviews in the ‘70s with Kurt Vonnegut and Jimmy Carter will always be remembered, but the stunning Playmates of the era should celebrated as well.
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