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January 18, 1993 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let's get one thing perfectly clear: No Chelsea jokes. Other than that, everything is fair game: Bill, Hillary, Socks the cat, politicians, lobbyists, lawyers, Arkansas (especially Arkansas), Washington, tax-and-spenders, even Ross Perot. ("He's starting a watchdog group. That makes sense since he looks like a Chihuahua.") Welcome to Slick Times, a new satirical quarterly aimed at the Clinton Administration, with the first 12-page edition to be mailed on Inauguration Day.
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January 18, 1993 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let's get one thing perfectly clear: No Chelsea jokes. Other than that, everything is fair game: Bill, Hillary, Socks the cat, politicians, lobbyists, lawyers, Arkansas (especially Arkansas), Washington, tax-and-spenders, even Ross Perot. ("He's starting a watchdog group. That makes sense since he looks like a Chihuahua.") Welcome to Slick Times, a new satirical quarterly aimed at the Clinton Administration, with the first 12-page edition to be mailed on Inauguration Day.
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September 24, 1998 | ROY RIVENBURG, Times Staff Writer
Weird Advertising Bureau: We are not sure what kind of drugs the Florida Department of Citrus is on, but they recently enlisted a "talking sandwich" to star in national TV ads promoting the benefits of Florida orange juice. According to PR Newswire, the commercials feature an unsuspecting human who opens a refrigerator door and discovers a loquacious ham sandwich inside.
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November 25, 1993 | BOB SIPCHEN
Mainstream men's magazines have long lived in a state of uneasy ambivalence. Their core content has leaned to hard-drinkin', lady-killin', dog-lovin', bon mot -babbling, gentlemanly hetero-masculinity. But then there are those ads and fashion spreads, with male models who sometimes seem just a bit too handsome, too tasteful in their accessories, too, well . . . It was probably enough to send some men scrambling to the sanctuary of Guns & Ammo. Times, however, have changed.
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