An astute political satirist, captivating story-teller, and dapper dude, the choice of Minhaj for the GQ cover is a no-brainer. In the GQ spread, Hasan speaks about his upbringing and unique brand of comedy, shedding light on his journey and approach. Minhaj seized the opportunity and landed the position. For Minhaj, comedy and journalism are two sides of the same coin:
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So it will not surprise that designers and arbiters of style have been snapping up the fashion indexes of that time: And you'd never have seen some aging television actress desperately trying to prove her attractiveness splashed across the cover. He reminds me of someone from that GQ era -- All-American with a great body. Most people in the know knew that in order to get in that magazine as a model you needed to be gay.
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As America braces for the third chapter of Transformers—the latest explode-a-thon from the director of Bad Boys, The Rock, and Armageddon—dozens of his collaborators and victims, from Will Smith to Steven Spielberg to Scarlett Johansson, reveal the secret genius behind a true Hollywood visionary. And yes, we're still talking about Michael Bay "Loud. The year-old director has long been treated by cineastes as the macho spawn of Ed Wood—a testosterone-sweating embodiment of everything that is wrong with modern Hollywood. Those quotes up there are from actual reviews of his movies.