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**”Help Us, George”**: If A-list Hollywood can’t end your 40-year civil war, no one can. [AP]

**FutureSex**: It may never amount to love, but at least a robot won’t ask you to shave your stubble. [Sun Herald]

**Bull Market**: No fool he, Tommy Hilfiger holds back on his IPO due to the falling Dow. We, meanwhile, watch Apple tumble. [Bloomberg]

**Red Carpet Disaster**: Ok, we _totally_ didn’t know this “Cojo” guy was a dude. [Forbes]

**Unmanned**: Narciso Rodriguez, who’s had a strong showing for the guys over the last few seasons, pulls his upcoming men’s collection without comment. [FWD]

**The Square Mile**: London’s men keep it sharp. [Vogue UK]

**Kiki’s Capsule**: Kirsten Dunst trains her little, blue sights on a signature fashion line. [The First Post]

**Highway Fascist**: Roll like Il Duce for around $2,000,000. [BBC]

**Deep In The Heart of Texas**: The Daily News writes, “Tony Romo punts Jessica Simpson.” Given his position, we would have called it, “intentional grounding.” [NYDN]

—G.B.

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