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I know it was a long time ago but I always thought they were pretty serious. She may also have let it go beyond a hookup for the publicity.The same year, "Shoot", Strauss' short film about becoming a rock star, was released. Also in 2006, in collaboration with Dave Navarro and Entourage writer Cliff Dorfman, he created a one-hour TV drama The Product for FX.In 2007, he released a follow-up to The Game, Rules of the Game, a two-book boxed set.While in school he began his career writing for Ear, an avant-garde magazine, and editing his first book, Radiotext(e), an anthology of radio-related writings for the postmodern publisher Semiotext(e).He moved on to The Village Voice, where, prior to becoming a reporter and critic, he took on tasks ranging from copy-editing to fact-checking to writing copy.

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