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Read this: Andy Griffith, Bob Guccione, Jaime Moreno, Juan Williams


Bob Guccione, 1972. (AP Photo)/Andy Griffith, 1986 (AP Photo/NBC)

Andy Griffith's role in HHS ads hailing Obamacare is not improper taxpayer-funded propaganda, the GAO has ruled. The ads cost $3.2 million to produce and air, reports Al Kamen, but Sheriff Andy volunteered his time... RIP Bob Guccione, the leather-pants-clad seminary dropout (did you know that?) who founded Penthouse magazine. T. Rees Shapiro delivers the finest obituary of a smut pioneer you will read this year (knock on wood, Hef). He wasn't just about dirty, dirty pictures: He also collected art and poured $17 million into cold fusion... Dan Steinberg bids farewell to retiring D.C. United star Jaime Moreno, team prankster: Put Flexall in one teammate's underwear, ran over another in a golf cart... And the latest on Juan Williams: He thinks NPR had a problem with him appearing on Fox.

By The Reliable Source  | October 22, 2010; 2:51 PM ET
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