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March 30, 1989 | LLOYD GROVE, The Washington Post
British entrepreneur Jack Jaffe might have called his board game Save the Prime Minister! Or he might have called it Off the Queen! But he didn't--to the dismay of some in this country. "It wouldn't have seemed relevant," said the Glasgow-born creator of Save the President!, an assassination game that has just gone on sale at FAO Schwarz. "The threat to the American President is much more serious than the threat to the prime minister, only because there are so many crazies in this country."
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March 30, 1989 | LLOYD GROVE, The Washington Post
British entrepreneur Jack Jaffe might have called his board game Save the Prime Minister! Or he might have called it Off the Queen! But he didn't--to the dismay of some in this country. "It wouldn't have seemed relevant," said the Glasgow-born creator of Save the President!, an assassination game that has just gone on sale at FAO Schwarz. "The threat to the American President is much more serious than the threat to the prime minister, only because there are so many crazies in this country."
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March 14, 1989 | KATHLEEN DOHENY
Does the growth regulator Alar make apples unsafe to eat? Do a multitude of pesticides on other fruits and vegetables increase your risk of cancer? With each new report about dietary health hazards comes added anxiety for shoppers. To cope, some have switched to "organic" food--and they're going to great lengths to get it.
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November 20, 1991 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Attention! If you're a cross-dressing, sex-addicted, paraplegic, alcoholic victim of sexual and physical abuse by a satanic white supremacist albino parent who sold you into prostitution, where you murdered a Madonna look-alike who was raped by Pygmies while snorting coke with an organ donor who turned out to be the long-lost twin of your gay mobster uncle who weighs 400 pounds and is happy about it, and if, as a bonus, you've written a book linking sexual fulfillment to varicose veins. . . .
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