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What Can Steven Jackson Do Now?

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Fame is not all it's cracked up to be. Not when all your private peccadilloes and all the uncomfortable details of your personal life become fodder for the public's hearty voyeuristic appetites. This is the distasteful side of fame, and there's nothing Steven Jackson can do to turn back the clock and make it all go away.

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