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Luke Haines Bargain Entertainments. PLC
Warhol's Diaries might be the greatest literature of the '70s. Viz is by far the greatest literature of the '80s and '90s. Can't think of anything else that captures Britain and British people in all there silliness, glory and dreadfulness. No 'proper' authors can touch it.
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Chris Olden Jun 27
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Hi Luke. Can I email you about a podcast thing I’m doing?
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Luke Haines Bargain Entertainments. PLC Jun 27
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Sure, DM me.
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John Niven HQ Jun 27
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You left off ‘except for John Niven.’
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Luke Haines Bargain Entertainments. PLC Jun 27
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'80s and '90s dude.
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Miami Al Jun 27
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I quote it pretty much daily.
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Joel Cortez Jun 27
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My favourite Viz piece.
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Nils Rosengren Jun 27
Bra tips
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perpetual eternal Jun 27
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For a brief moment in the 90s, Borders and B&N carried Viz here in the US. Pretty sure it was a package distro deal w/ Mojo, Uncut etc. but man was it an incredible time
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You Park Like a C*nt Jun 27
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Framley Examiner has been ploughing a similarly wonderful furrow since the turn of the century.
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Philip Leith Jun 27
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Soulman2811 Jun 27
2 great British institutions in one picture.
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