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GOOD TWIN/EVIL TWIN

This is a public-service announcement. By now everyone has certainly heard that the Los Angeles police raided Paul "Pee Wee Herman" Reubens' home last week and seized his allegedly large collection of vintage/kitsch erotica as well as three computers containing what has been described as lewd material. Reubens, who was arrested for touching himself in public a few years back, was not arrested. Paul Reubens looks like this:

Pee Wee


Despite the obvious physical resemblance, Reubens shold not be confused with Memphis city councilman Brent Taylor,whose valiant fight to keep Christal's, an adult novelty store, out ofr Cordova, has shown him to be a staunch opponent of all things Reubenesque.

Brent


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