LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - If independent counsel Kenneth Starr wants a
new job after investigating President Clinton, Hustler magazine
publisher Larry Flynt has the position - adviser on pornography.
"After a reading of the Starr report I am impressed by the salacious
and voyeuristic nature of your work," Flynt wrote to Starr Wednesday
offering him a job with his magazine group. "The quality and quantity
of material you have assembled in the Starr report contains more
pornographic references than those provided by Hustler Online
services this month," his letter said. "I congratulate you for having
opened the doors of libraries and schools to pornographic
literature," the publisher wrote.
"The public wants what the public gets, but I don't want what society's got" - Paul Weller
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