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By the fifth year of his presidency, this has become something of a familiar scene, the hobnobbing commander in chief clearly entranced with the glitz and glamour of a social strata that must have seemed beyond him during his coming-of-age days in Arkansas. But after two years of trying to keep such images under wraps for fear of a political backlash, Clinton has enjoyed something of a post-election coming-out this summer, openly and unabashedly spending virtually every evening parrying with the likes of Ted Danson, Sylvester Stallone and Norman Lear, then playing golf with tycoons, investment bankers and executives from corporations such as General Electric and Sony. Many of them are people he has known a relatively short time, such as Richard Friedman, the Boston developer whose island home Clinton first borrowed three years ago, and again this year. Called "the usual cast" by a White House aide, many in the group travel in different circles and don't socialize with each other apart from the Clintons. Few of the Friends of Bill friends who go back as far as college or Arkansas politics and with - whom he networked throughout his career are in evidence. To some extent, every president socializes with the rich and famous. But few of Clinton's recent predecessors have made it such a dominant element of their vacations. Clinton chose a place that, while long a bastion of quiet New England money, has in recent years become a haven for newly minted millionaires and baby boomers at the top of their game. Much like himself. "Maybe he has more of a need, not being from that crowd," George Edwards, director of the Center for Presidential Studies in Texas, said of Clinton. "In Arkansas, being smart and rich is a little different from the rest of the country. . . . Maybe he's making up for lost time." Clinton, a voracious reader and equally avid film buff, can command the attention of those who write the books and make the movies, and some who know him say it's the intellectual stimulation he relishes. "That's fun for them," said Carolyn Staley, a Clinton friend since childhood. She said she sees nothing posturing about the Clintons' interest in celebrities. She said, "It's like, 'Wow!' They sit back and they are fans (mingling) with people who also Adjustable Bed Headquarters! "WEMAKETHEWORLD'S BEST MATTRESS" IETTER ST GOOD Hiatal Hernia Wemaketheidi Watching TV We make the Wcrld BEsrMATTMsr Best Mattress: Breathing Problems Low Back . 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