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Mercedes-Benz Bridgehampton
Polo Tournament

JetOne Jets Field. July 21, 2007. By Selim Algar

What's your opinion of the Michael Vick dog-fighting charges? “It's disgusting. It's unbelievable. If he did what they say he did, I think he should be shot. They should do to him whatever he did to those dogs.” —Bijou Phillips

Jason Binn

What do you think of your portrayal in The Bronx Is Burning? “It's an embarrassment. They show me doing things I just never did. You would think ESPN would have talked to me about the movie, but they didn't. Not even a phone call.” —Reggie Jackson

Baroness Sheri de Borchgrave

Do female celebrities have to be more careful than men when it comes to partying in public? “A lot of girls are looked at more as products. They represent different fashion labels and companies so it's tougher for them when it comes to their image and going out.” —Wilmer Valderrama

Branden Keil

What do you think about the whole hip-hop N-word controversy? “I'm on vacation. And I want to stay on vacation.” —Aretha Franklin

Tatiana and Campion Platt

So what are you top three favorite songs right now to spin? “The Kanye Daft-Punk Stronger remix, this song by the Knife I really really like, but my all time favorite song is some of the Block Party electro remixes.” —Danny Masterson

Neil Hirsch

So how do the Hamptons compare with Hollis, where you grew up? “Listen, man, we didn't even know what it was. I had never even heard of the word Hamptons until I was 22 or 23. But hey, here I am.” —Irv gotti

Jason Strauss

Is polo just a sport for the rich? “Not at all. What you see here is the cherry on top. A lot of this starts in Argentina with regular people on small horse farms getting their feet dirty.” —Nacho Figueras

You're quite famous and your husband, also an actor, isn't. Is that a problem? “It's a real thing. But I think it comes down to priorities and realizing your life together, what you share as friends, lovers, and parents, is much more important than a scorecard.” —Debra Messing

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