Dec 15, 2000

OFF THE VINE: Andy! The CIA chicks! In a word: hubba-hubba!!!

Vine is pleased to announce the appointment of this year's Hunk and

Babe(s) of the Year - and they are none other than our very own

publishing director, Andy Bridge, and the contingent of comely chicks

from CIA Medianetwork.



The CIA chicks were an easy choice, given their sheer numbers and the

fact that they are trained to handle heavy weaponry (did CIA regional

boss Mark Austin really think this through properly before he sent them

off on that shooting course?!).



The hard part was choosing the Hunk of the Year, not because we were

overwhelmed by choice; quite the opposite.



In the end, we opted for Andy for the following reasons:



1) He's clearly a chick magnet (Mark, you might want to keep him away

from your CIA babes); and



2) He's appeared more times in the picture pages of MEDIA magazine this

year than anyone else, which is not bad when you consider he's only been

in Hong Kong since June.



Anyone who accuses Vine of kissing up to our new Haymarket bosses (for

this is indeed where Andy springs from) is a cold-hearted cynic who

obviously fails to appreciate the infinite charms of the man they call

"Andy Bridge".



On a less sucky note, Vine has also named Renren.com boss Richard

Robinson as "Man Most Likely to Have Been Kidnapped by Aliens", although

having thought about it, he could well be one.



Vine is pleased to announce the appointment of this year's Hunk and

Babes of the Year - and they are none other than our very own

publishing director, Andy Bridge, and the contingent of comely chicks

from CIA Medianetwork.



The CIA chicks were an easy choice, given their sheer numbers and the

fact that they are trained to handle heavy weaponry did CIA regional

boss Mark Austin really think this through properly...



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