Scott Hardie | March 14, 2002
If you don't read "Savage Love," this week's column is a contest that I find interesting. It's not that the contest itself is so cool, it's Dan's comments at the end about how nobody could possibly win that make me want to see someone win. Plus it's a cool prize. Maybe not for Matt, but for the rest of us. Check it out.

Jackie Mason | March 15, 2002
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Scott Hardie | March 15, 2002
Oh yeah - I guess I should mention, since some people don't read "Savage Love," that the column is a fearless, frank, liberal-minded discussion of sexuality. Virginity is respected only as a choice.


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