Esquire in February

In the February issue of Esquire: why the Olympics are like an emergency situation, secrets the Bering Sea police must solve, what’s good about global warming, who needs professional liars and why, what gay-baiting is, how the right description increases the value of ordinary things, how computer games can save the world economy and how an impressionist interprets the zombie apocalypse.

Also: the rules of life by veteran film stars Naomi Watts, Vladimir Menshov and Tim Robbins.

The February issue went on sale Jan. 28. The iPad version is also available.

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