Issue: 19920401

Wednesday, April 1, 1992
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The American Tobacco Co.
Bull Durham
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From the Editor
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Playbill
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There's nothing like having to mail a big check made out to the Internal Revenue Service on April 15 to really tick a guy off. This month, Playboy profiles the man who's costing you a sizable chunk of that money: Charles Keating, self-professed moral crusader turned prince of moral bankruptcy and squire of the $2.6 billion debt we, the people, will have to pay. In Profit Without Honor, Contributing Editor Joe Morgenstern exposes the monster of greed who inaugurated the biggest financial debacle in recent history.
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General Offices: Playboy, 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Playboy assumes no responsibility to return unsolicited editorial or graphic or other material. All rights in letters and unsolicited editorial and graphic material will be treated as unconditionally assigned for publication and copyright purposes and material will be subject to Playboy's unrestricted right to edit and to comment editorially. Playboy, date of production, February 1992. Custodian of records is Marcia Terrones. All records required by Law to be maintained by Publisher are located at 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. Illinois 60611. Contents Copyright © 1992 by Playboy. All rights reserved Playboy, Playmate and Rabbit Head symbol are marks of Playboy. Registered U.S. Trademark Office. Nothing may be reprinted in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher. Any similarity between the people and places in the fiction and semifiction in this magazine and any real people and places is purely coincidental. Credits: Photography by P. 5 Patty Beaudet, Steve Conway, Benno Friedman, Andrew Goldman, Larry Kaplan, Ron Mesaros, David Neely, Rob Rich (3), Scott Shigley, Thomas Victor, P. 12 Arny Freytag, P. 22 Ken Regan, P. 25 Conway: P. 44 Bob Donaldson/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: P 74 Stephen Wayda: P. 80 Conway: P. 82 Beaudet. Kevin Mazur/London Features. Paul Natkin/Photo Reserve Inc.; P. 83 Nick Elgar/London Features. London Features. Seymour Mednick. Natkin/Photo Reserve Inc. P. 108 Archive Photos: P. 109 Bill Smith: pp. 131, 132, 135, 137, 138, 140 James Imbrogno; P. 176 Conway; P. 178 Richard Izui. Byron Newman, Wayda. P. 88 'Very Old Bones' © 1992 William Kennedy. P. 116 Shot on Location at Fast Eddy's, Manhattan, Kansas, and Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Gowns provided by Formal Fantasies. Inc. Lincoln Park. Nebraska. pP. 117, 122 Shot on location at Columbia Yacht Club Illustrations by: P. 178 John O'Leary, Franklin Mint Outsert in all domestic subscription polywrapped copies Columbia House Compact Disc Club insert between pages 16-17. BMG Compact Disc Club insert between pages 24-25 and Solex insert between pages 60-61 in all domestic newsstand and subscription copies. Kool insert between pages 28-29 in Maryland; Virginia and Ohio Newsstand and subscription copies. Printed in U.S.A.
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Contents for the Men's Entertainment Magazine
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Playbill ............................................. 5
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Masthead
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Masthead
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Hugh M. Hefnereditor-in-chief
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Letters to the Editor
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Dear Playboy
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Robin Williams
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Indicia
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Indicia
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Playboy, (ISSN 0032-1478), April 1992, Volume 39, Number 4, Published monthly by Playboy 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Subscriptions: $29 97 for 12 issues, U.S. Canada, $43.97 for 12 issues all other foreign, $45 U.S. currency only for new and renewal orders and change of address send to Playboy subscriptions. P.O. Box 2007. Harlan. Iowa 51537-4007. Please allow 6-8 weeks for processing. For change of address send new and old addresses and allow 45 days for change. Postmaster send form 3579 to Playboy, P.O. Box 2007, Harlan, Iowa 51537-4007. Advertising: New York: 747 Third Avenue. New York 10017; Chicago 680 North Lake Shore Drive. Chicago 60611; West Coast; 8560 Sunset Boulevard. West Hollywood, CA 90069; Metropolitan Publishers Representatives, Inc: Atlanta 3017 Piedmont Road NE; Suite 100. Atlanta; GA 30305; Miami 2500 South Dixie Highway, Miami; FL 33133. Tampa: 3016 Mason Place, Tampa, FL 33629.
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Bud Dry
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Playboy After Hours
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Our Kind of Men's Room
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Chip Rowe
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Review-Recorded Music
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Vic Garbarini
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Fast Tracks
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Barbara Nellis
Rockmeter
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Laser Karaoke
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Review-Films
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Movies
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Bruce Williamson
Not one but two new movies adapted from E. M. Forster novels follow in the picturesque pathways blazed by A Room with a View and A Passage to India. The best of the latest duo is Howards End (Orion Classics), from Room's producer/director team of Ismail Merchant and James Ivory, working again with Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, whose spirited screenplay turns a fine book into cinematic quicksilver.
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Movie Score Card
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Bruce Williamson
The Addams Family (Reviewed 2/92) Some ghoulishly good gags. [rating]3 bunnies[/rating]
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Jazz
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Neil Tesser
In the Nineties, the world got the word, and the word was multiculturalism. But this concept is old news to jazz, which took shape in the multicultural stewpot of turn-of-the-century New Orleans---where the recipe included musical ingredients from Africa, France, Spain and the Southern and Midwestern United States. Jazz continues to open itself to other cultures, and the fusions fascinate.
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Digby Diehl
Robert Stone has written several of the finest contemporary novels: A Hall of Mirrors, Dog Soldiers, A Flag for Sunrise and Children of Light. These books grapple with major ethical issues in pertinent dramatic settings such as the war zones of Vietnam and Central America, and they engage our imaginations with characters of uncommon courage.
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Hot Docs
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Dick Scanlan
Video Six-Pack
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Profile
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Guest Shot: Chevy Chase
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Donna Coe
From his early fumblings as Gerald Ford on Saturday Night Live to his adored antics as Clark Griswold in National Lampoon's vacation movies, Chevy Chase has made America laugh. So it's surprising that, when renting videos, he doesn't go straight to the comedy shelf. "The Marx Brothers had some great funny moments," he says, "but there aren't many films that make me laugh. I prefer the emotional moments in movies like Lawrence of Arabia and Citizen Kane." Meanwhile, Chevy has introduced his three daughters to cinema oldies via video. "Mary Poppins and Danny Kaye films are favorites, and I'm starting to show them classic pictures like Captain Blood with Errol Flynn." And when the kids go to sleep? "My wife and I sit on the bed and watch TV. Or read. Or. . . ."
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A Significant Shift
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Asa Baber
I went out on a limb in the September Men column and defended the reputation of William Kennedy Smith. "As I see it," I wrote, "Smith is already as much a victim in this case as his accuser claims to be. . . . All it takes to lynch a man these days is the accusation of rape."
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Reader QA
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The Playboy Advisor
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When my husband's brother got married recently, one of his friends arranged for a stripper to entertain at the stag party. The young lady who performed started out in a police uniform on a ruse that the guest of honor was being arrested for unpaid parking tickets. Then she produced a boom box, turned on some raucous music and started peeling---and playing imaginative games with her nightstick. The stripper's performance made a big impression on my husband. He has always liked my body, and sometimes I show it off by going around the house braless in a thin top or without panties in a short skirt. He always gets turned on, but the reactions I've elicited don't hold a candle---or a nightstick---to the excitement that stripper created. Our anniversary is coming up, and for his gift, I've decided to perform a striptease dance. Got any suggestions for a truly memorable celebration?---T. D., Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Reader Discussion
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Sex Is...
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James R. Petersen
Complete the sentence "Sex is . . ." as many times as possible in ten minutes. This is an exercise from Allies in Healing, by Laura Davis, a support book for partners of people who were sexually abused as children. The goal is communication and better understanding of one's self and one's partner. Partners sit together and compare lists. They then try to find an area of compatibility---a common ground for discussion.
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A Woman's Place
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Porky's Revisited
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Abstinence Sex Ed.
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Adam Goodheart
All together, class, repeat after me: "Control your urgin'---be a virgin. Don't be a louse---wait for your spouse." Louder: "Pet your dog, not your date."
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Real Men on Sex
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Terry White
Sex and politics make strange bedfellows. Stranger still are the new morality campaigns and their self-proclaimed real-men spokespeople. These odd-couple pairings are backed by right-wing coalitions and personal foundations.
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Pssst: Give Stone an Oscar
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Robert Scheer
Every year, because I'm a sucker for beautiful ladies in skimpy cocktail dresses, I go to the Academy Awards. And every year, it seems, I get into arguments defending Oliver Stone.
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Playboy Interview
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Jonathan Kozol
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In 1896, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of "Plessy vs. Ferguson" that separate but equal accommodations for blacks in railroad cars did not violate the "equal protection" clause of the 14th Amendment and, therefore, were constitutionally valid. While the majority opinion was ponderously written and strained the bounds of reason, the dissenting opinion, authored by Kentucky-born Justice John Marshall Harlan, was an exercise in simple eloquence: "In the eyes of the law, there is in this country no superior, dominant, ruling class of citizens. There is no caste here. Our Constitution is color-blind, and neither knows nor tolerates classes among citizens . . . the humblest is the peer of the most powerful."
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Profit without Honor
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Joe Morgenstern
His face should grace a three-dollar bill. He's the flimflam financier with the towering physique and pygmy scruples, the bunco artist who tried to buy Washington while bleeding Lincoln to death.
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We Watch Entertainment Tonight. We read Premiere. We know all about the fake blood, stuntmen, special effects and other illusions that Hollywood uses to make movie magic. We know that Robin Williams wasn't really flying in Hook and that T2's Arnold Schwarzenegger is actually human (or at least close to it) in real life, But as much as we like to think we know it all, the movie business still has a handful of mysteries that it's reluctant to share, even with John Tesh and Liz Smith feeding us scoops. And certainly one of the most alluring of those mysteries is Shelley Michelle.
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It Happened One Night
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Harry Stein
As I sat in the courtroom watching prosecutor Moira Lasch meander through her lame closing argument at the William Kennedy Smith rape trial, it struck me that I might be witnessing something historic: the beginning of the end of a certain kind of feminism.
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News
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Playboy Music 1992
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Yo, homeboys and girls. Listen up. In the beginning was the word and, 200 years later, we're still debating it. It's tougher these days to define free speech when the politically correct police are on your doorstep. Nothing recently has galvanized both sides of this debate in pop culture as much as Ice Cube's LP Death Certificate. Filled with anger and hostility toward Koreans, his former Jewish manager and other whites, Death Certificate nevertheless shot up the charts. Last fall, in an unprecedented move, Billboard, the music-industry bible, wrote an editorial condemning the lyrics for their "unabashed violence."
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Interlandi
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Very Old Bones
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William Kennedy
In early childhood Peter Phelan had heard the Malachi events spoken of in cryptic bits by his mother, later heard more from his brother Francis, who was seven when it happened, and in time heard it garbled by street-corner wags who repeated the mocking rhyme:
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Playmate
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Candy Cantrell, Miss April, 1992
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Richard Fegley
When Cady Cantrell arrived in Chicago from her current hometown of Atlanta to shoot her Playmate centerfold, she had just finished her first acting class and was eager to try out her new skills. So after a hectic day of photo sessions, we decided to introduce her to a friend from Chicago's Second City group on the city's Near North Side. We're thinking dinner and shoptalk with a rising star of the troupe, John Rubano, before catching his show. Waiting for a table at Trattoria Roma, Rubano points out from the celebrity pictures on the walls shots of Jim Belushi and George Wendt, two of the many actors who got their start at Second City. Nineteen-year-old Cady laughingly calls their predecessors, John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray, "older comedians---my mom likes them." The 32-year-old Rubano winces. Cady laughs, her 5'7" body shaking and green eyes flashing. The trattoria's other patrons toss her appreciative glances. Her nonchalance at being the center of attention makes it obvious that she's no stranger to it. Is it from her four years as a high school cheerleader, first in Lanett, Alabama, then in Norcross, Georgia? Is it her earlier modeling for Playboy's Book of Lingerie and Bathing Beauties photo collections? Or was it perhaps her time on the front lines as a waitress at Hooters in Georgia? "No," Cady insists, "I've learned a lot more about the realities of life as a good-looking woman from the envious behavior of other women."
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Humor
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Playboy's Party Jokes
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Son, I'm damn proud of you," the retired Marine colonel said to his paratrooper son, slapping him on the back. "Tell me about your first jump."
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Gahan Wilson
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Adventures in Cyberspace
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Walter Lowe, Jr.
I'd heard that virtual reality was a seductive world in which one's fondest desires and deepest imaginings---even sexual ones---could be realized with a wave of the hand, that it was an electronic, technicolor, three-dimensional wonderland of sight, sound and even touch. It was called cyberspace and I wanted to go there.
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20Q
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20 Questions: Bobcat Goldthwait
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Except for a stint as a supermarket bag-boy in his home town of Syracuse, New York, Bobcat Goldthwait's entire life has been comedy. Early fans---in the unlikely event they don't recall his screeching delivery---may remember hint as Jimmy Goldthwait; he had to borrow his brother's I.D. to work stand-up in clubs where liquor was served.
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Buyers Guide
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Getting It at Home
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Lawrence B. Johnson
Home Theater is the electronics buzzword of the Nineties. By linking a large-screen television to video sources and a surround-sound audio system, you can create a cinematic experience in your living room that will hold its own against what most multiplexes have to offer.
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John Dempsey
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Girls of the Big Eight
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Adecade ago, Playboy sent Contributing Photographer David Chan to the nation's Great Plains in search of middle America's comeliest coeds-the girls of the Big Eight Conference. A clutch of colleges nestled between the Rockies and the Mississippi (with schools in Colorado, Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska and two each in Kansas and Oklahoma), the Big Eight marks the bull's-eye of the continental U.S.---geographically and culturally. The ladies of the conference, we reported in 1982, were a ripe representation of the country's college crowd, including "flower children, sorority people, freaky people, punk people, everybody." And as Chan's portfolio proved, they were beautiful to boot. But now it's a decade later. Would a return visit to the country's cornfields reap as bountiful a harvest as the first trip? We sent Chan back to Big Eight country and he captured some scenery you won't find in the Farmer's Almanac. "It was staggering," says Managing Photo Editor Jeff Cohen. "More than 200 women snowed up in Colorado alone-with similar turnouts in Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa. And each one looked prettier than the last." We narrowed the plentiful crop to a breathtaking 41 ladies. (Pick your favorite and help her win $5000 to further her education. See details on page 143.) So enjoy---and, hey, welcome back.
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Francis Wilford-Smith
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Dating in the Nineties
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David Seeley
The date---with its flammable mixture of male and female, cocktails and desire---has long held a special place in the male imagination. When we picture the ultimate date, we see James Bond in a white dinner jacket.
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review
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129,130,131,132,133,134,135,136,137,138,139,140,141
Buyers Guide
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Playboy's Spring and Summer Fashion Forecast
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Hollis Wayne
Sports Jackets
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Wiley Miller
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Playboy
Playboy
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review
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Buyers Guide
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Now Hear This
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Lawrence B. Johnson
Each of our classy home-theater systems will deliver the Star Wars trilogy in intergalactic splendor. But what happens when your eyes start to spin and all you want to do is kick back and listen to some tunes? To be complete, any audio/video package must have a few key items from the sonic side. Here are our recommendations:
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Leo Garel
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Charles Barsotti
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149
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Thompson Cigar Co.
Cigar
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Real-Life Dates
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Shane Dubow
----- What Women Want -----
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Mike Williams
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153
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Star Pics, Inc.
Cardart Set
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Don Orehek
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Chapel Hill Institute
Better Sex Video
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Brian Savage
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The Xandria Collection
Xandria Collection
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Lee Lorenz
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Charles Rodrigues
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Buck Brown
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article
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Virtual Sex
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Walter Lowe, Jr.
After hearing about all the amazing applications of virtual reality, inquiring ROM minds naturally wonder: What is this technology going to do for my sex life?
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Pyraponic Industries, Inc.
Flowers
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Rip Matteson
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article
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News
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Where & How to Buy
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Getting it at Home
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169
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Adam & Eve
Adam Eve
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article
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Donald Reilly
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CMI
ESCORT
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article
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News
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Baby Zoomers
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Camcorders have come a long way since those days when most models looked like bazookas. Today's pint-sized shooters come in a variety of formats---VHS-C, Super VHS, 8mm and Hi-8---and they can be held, literally, in the palm of your hand. In fact, Panasonic's Palmcorder measures only four and one half inches high. VHS-C models come with an adapter that enables you to play the mini-VHS tapes in your VHS tape deck. Camcorders using the 8mm formats can be plugged directly into most TVs for playback. Otherwise, an 8mm deck must be purchased to view the tapes. With all formats, you can also get power zooms, low-light-shooting capability and other nifty features. What you don't get is a hernia from carrying your camera.
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Grapevine
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She's Getting Exposure
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Potpourri
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Grandstand Play
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Next Month
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"Impossible Vacation"---Our hero travels to India and Amsterdam on a singular mission to test the tantric idea that excessive indulgence in sex frees one of the need for it---by Spalding Gray
200050_19920401_065462.xml
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C3
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Schenley Imports Co.
White Label
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200050_19920401_065463.xml
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C4
C4
Display Ad
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Philip Morris Inc.
Marlboro
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