Daubney: "Where to start? I shot radioactive wolves from a helicopter, rode a powerful motorcycle past Bucko House dressed as a duck, was chased by Cuban cops on an illegal motorbike while dressed as Che Guevara, flew burgers to David Blaine in a little helicopter, and paid dwarves to race donkeys while we drank iced gin.
"I set fire to writers, bailed them from Russian jails, shot them from cannons, threw them in ice pools, blew them up with napalm, made them wrestle grizzly bears and had them commit all manner of foul sex acts in the tireless pursuit of our readers’ entertainment.
"Along the way, we were sued by the Pope, and offended Christians, feminists, Satanists and the animal rights mob.
"It was a perpetual adolescence, and, for a while, nodody ever told us to stop. I doubt there'll ever be another job like it again in the media, and if there was, I wouldn't want it!”
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