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What wouldn't Harvey Specter do?

Steve Colquhoun Star of TV series Suits wants you to know he is everything his contentious character isn't.

All Men Are Liars

The biggest penis in the world

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Sam de Brito Richest? Fastest? Biggest? Which would you choose?

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Build an art gallery, James

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Sam de Brito From a plebeian perspective, one of the misfortunes of the Packer fortune is that Kerry and his son James grew up with an abiding love of casinos and gambling instead of art galleries ...

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David's bottom

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Sam de Brito The last couple of occasions I've seen my daughter, she's run around chanting "David's bottom, David's bottom" which is strange, considering I'm the only man whose bottom she's seen and my name's not...

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On show

Not a lot to see at invisble art exhibition

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Martin Gayford As you might expect, there's not a lot to look at in the new exhibition, “Invisible: Art of the Unseen 1957-2012,” at the Hayward Gallery in London.

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Publicity trumps probity

(FILES) British artist Damien Hirst poses for photographs in front of his work entitled 'The Incredible Jouney' during a photocall at Sotheby's art gallery and auction house in central London, on September 8, 2008. Hirst entered the record books Monday September 15, 2008, after an unprecedented auction of his works raised 70.5 million pounds (89 million euros, 127 million dollars) with more than 160 lots still to be sold. Sotheby's auction house in London said that after 56 of the total 223 lots were sold M

John McDonald Damien Hirst's recent auction was just high-end commodity trading.