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06:09

Vice's Shane Smith on what's wrong with Canada, Facebook and Occupy Wall Street

Not every voice needs to be heard. 

Forbes :: A cheerful willingness to offend absolutely anyone is a big part of the formula that propelled Vice from ratty indie style magazine to billion-dollar global media colossus. I interviewed Shane Smith, the company’s co-founder and CEO at length for my feature on Vice’s remarkable rise and came away with far more quotable material than we could fit in the magazine. The hard-partying hipster icon was particularly voluble on the subject of Occupy Wall Street. He’s not a fan. In fact, at the time of our interview, Smith had just dispatched undercover models and photographers down to Zucotti Park to satirize the protests for a fashion story.

Continue to read Jeff Bercovici, www.forbes.com

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