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Okay, okay, first things first: We all know that Woody Allen looks like he just got jumped by a gang of pit bulls in this photo. But hey, sometimes as an actor you gotta look a little rough around the
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Say what you will, but Sean Penn is a man you'd want on your side. Why? He knows how to fight. He's fighting his own renegade war to save Haiti. He's fought battles over money and creativity in Hollywood
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Smoke like a chimney, work like a horse, eat without thinking, go for a walk only in really pleasant company. Certain people find everything boring. I discovered that nature was constructed in a wonderful
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