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My favorite part also happened to be "The Sex and Cash Theory." It resonated deeply with me. Puts that voice in the back of my head into proper perspective. The fearless candor is Hugh's writing is refreshing to me, salty language and all. Also unique to the book are Hugh's cartoons, scattered generously throughout the book. What can I say, I am a sucker for books with pictures.



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