News, Nudity and Nonsense: 2003-2008 v. 2: Irresponsible Writing for Awkward Youth: The Best of "Vice" Magazine

News, Nudity and Nonsense: 2003-2008 v. 2: Irresponsible Writing for Awkward Youth: The Best of "Vice" Magazine

Paperback Best of Vice Magazine

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  • Publisher: powerHouse Books,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 311 pages
  • Dimensions: 178mm x 226mm x 25mm | 544g
  • Publication date: 13 October 2009
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 1576875024
  • ISBN 13: 9781576875025
  • Illustrations note: 200
  • Sales rank: 118,720

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"The Vice Guide to Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll" was a best-of book culled from everything published in "Vice Magazine" from its inception in 1994 up until 2003. The original manuscript was discovered amidst a verdant glade in a glowing golden box. The first men to gaze upon it had their faces melted off by its brilliance. It rocketed to the tops of best-seller lists and dollar bins. It has been bequeathed in wills from parents to children. It has supplanted Dianetics as the must-have spiritual tome of Hollywood, California. It is truly the book of the ages. But all of that is total bullshit compared to the tidal wave of press and accolades that will engulf all of us when we bringeth forth upon the world the second book of greatest hits from Vice Magazine. It is to be called "News, Nudity & Nonsense," and will contain enough "wow"-filled reading material to power you through at least a year's worth of defecations from its inevitable home atop the back of your toilet.

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Vice Magazine started out as a lowly newsprint punk zine in 1994 in Montreal. Now it’s this big, weird, famous, smart and stupid magazine that’s published in 22 (that’s right, fucking 22) countries. We mix real-deal investigative journalism, witty and learned interviews, the best young photographers and artists, and a total global perspective with dick jokes, gratuitous nudity, and questionable opinions on how to live one’s life. Then we fart it all out every month in a magazine that is so good, people get visibly angry and jealous when they touch it. Oh well. That’s their problem.