We realize that getting your grubby hands on a printed copy of VICE is like finding a needle in a haystack that was dropped down a well that's guarded by a sex-crazed minotaur with two pointy dicks. And honestly, we’re not going to do anything about that, because we like it that way.However, to share the amazing experience of reading VICE magazine with all you yokels who are too cheap to subscribe or aren’t willing to camp outside an American Apparel all month to snag an issue, we have put together an iPad edition that boasts the same sleek design as the print magazine and is chock full of exclusive multimedia goodies. And, because we assume you guys are as broke as we are, the iPad edition is completely free.Right now, if you go to the iPad newstand, you can pick up our latest compendium of all the weirdness that we feel is fit to print—October’s Holding Court Issue. We’ve also gone back and created an iPad edition for every issue we’ve dropped this year and a few from 2012. That includes favorites like the Syria Issue, the Fiction Issue, the Fashion Issue, and our very rare Photo Issue.In our latest iPad edition, we've included short-form videos shot specifically for the iPad that compliment Wilbert L. Cooper’s feature on scrap metal thieves in Cleveland and Kevin Sites’s harrowing essay about his month-long road trip through Afghanistan during fighting season. Not to mention, we’ve blown out our “Legs” and “Bottoms Out” fashion shoots with extra-hot pictures, served up samples of our favorite tunes coming out this month in our music reviews section, and added a bunch of other Easter eggs to make this thing valuable even if you’re lucky enough to have VICE in print.So what are you waiting for? Grab your iPad, download the app, and take it into the pisser for some quality toilet reading. Just don’t let it sit in your lap too long. We’re not responsible if you bake your thighs because you stayed in there all day reading our shit.