Issue: 20041001

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His name synonymous with fortune and success, Donald Trump held a place in the public eye as prominent as his real estate. Then came The Apprentice, which added another dimension of fame to his empire. "He loves being spotted on the street, meeting the press and having people ask him questions," explains David Hochman, who filled a coveted seat in Trump's sumptuous office for this month's Playboy Interview. "He's just so enthralled with himself." He's also more approachable than his brazen Apprentice persona suggests. "Because Donald Trump is such a caricature, you feel comfortable with him. And once he's past quoting the Guinness Book about himself, you discover something bordering on a real person. No question was off-limits, and he wasn't shy about anything. He's heard it all."
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Paramount Pictures
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Playboy
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Copyright
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General Officers: 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; July 2004. Custodian of records is Diane Griffin. All records required by law to be maintained by publisher are located at 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Contents copyright © 2004 by playboy. All rights reserved, playboy, playmate and rabbit head symbol are marks of playboy, registered U.S. trademark office. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any electronic, mechanical, photocopying or recording means or otherwise without prior written permission of 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. For credits see page 166. Danbury mint onsert in domestic subscription polywrapped copies. Echo insert between pages 28--29 and BMW mini insert between pages 52--53 in domestic subscription copies. Lenox insert between pages 154--155 in domestic newsstand and subscription copies. Pacifico, Grizzly and Gillette inserts between pages 158--159 and kodiak insert between pages 166--167 in selected domestic newsstand and subscription copies. Certificado De Licitud De Titulo No. 7570 De Fecha 29 De Julio De 1993, y certificado De Licitud De contenido No. 5108 De Fecha 29 De Julio De 1993 expedidos por La comision Calificadora De publicaciones y Revistas ilustradas dependiente De La secretaria De Gobernacion, México. Reserva De derechos 04-200-071710332800-102.
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Complex Magazine
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Hugh M. Hefnereditor-in-chief
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The World of Playboy
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES
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Photo Essay
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It's All Happening at The Mansion
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Another memorable month in the life of Mr. Playboy and his friends.
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Letters to the Editor
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Dear Playboy
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Peta Revealed
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The Wire
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Profile
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Babe of the Month: Rachel Perry
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This veejay looks just like a woman but flirts just like a little girl
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Playboy After Hours
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guest spot
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The Sweltering Sky
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Alison Prato
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Jason Buhrmester
Jessica Riddle
John Gaudiosi
Kenny Lull
Leopold Froehlich
Marc Saltzman
Patty Lamberti
Robert B. Desalvo
Scott Steinberg
Stephen Rebello
Tim Mohr
Reviews: Movies
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A Car is Born
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Reader QA
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I'm 42 and divorced with three kids. Recently my 19-year-old daughter moved in with me to attend college. I'm openminded enough to allow her and her friends to have all-night study sessions and video parties at the house. One of her friends and I hit it off from the start--joking around, innuendos, harmless stuff. Having a young hottie flirt with me was definitely a boost to my ego. A few weeks ago I was taking a shower while my daughter and her friends were studying, and this beauty slipped into the bathroom. Before I could object, she made me extremely happy that she was there. I thought that would be the end of it--a crazy stunt. A few days later my daughter threw a finals party. I retired to my room to give the girls some space. The beauty walked in, stripped and joined me in bed. Since then it's been more of the same. Now she says she wants to bring our relationship out of the closet, show me off as her boyfriend and even move in. I think I may love this girl, but at the same time I have to ask myself some serious questions. First, will this work out? If my daughter had started dating a 42-year-old, I would have told her it wouldn't last. Second, what will my beauty's parents or my kids think? My own thoughts as a parent wouldn't be pretty. Can you help me get my head straight on this?--G.B., Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Thermospas
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Crime and No Punishment
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Political Rapture
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will the return of the lord help the republican party?
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Myth
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Entries FromHatchet Jobs and Hardball, a new dictionary of political slang: CAVE (Citizens Against Virtually Everything): persons who seem to oppose all development or change. Chicken hawk: a person who advocates military aggression but avoided service (or did not serve) in the military. Clothespin vote (i.e., over nose): a vote made for the candidate regarded as the least objectionable. Democrazy: a democracy in which unusual or inequitable situations arise even when the system works as intended. Globaloney: an unrealistic foreign policy or global outlook. Juice bill: a bill that causes lobbyists to open the purse strings. Kangaroo ticket: a ticket where the principal candidate is less appealing to voters than the running mate. Policy wank: one who engages in a pointless discussion of policy details. Raptivist: a politically active hip-hop performer. Red-headed Eskimo: a precisely targeted bill or law (i.e., it benefits one person).
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Kleptomaniacs
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The Faces of Spam
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The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents John F. Kerry: Monogrammed for Greatness
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John Forbes Kerry entered the world on December 11, 1943, blessed with the same initials as John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Since that day, every moment of John Forbes Kerry's life has been orchestrated to prove that this fact is somehow significant.
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Playboy Interview
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Why The Military Never Learns
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In a war with the import of wwii, we're in the wrong place with the wrong tools
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The Rael World
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Thirty-one years ago a French journalist and onetime race car driver by the name of Claude Vorilhon claimed he had been visited by an alien whose flying saucer had landed in the Puy-de-Lassolas volcano. The affable creature, who identified himself as Yahweh, an Eloha (from the singular of elohim, Hebrew for "those who came from the sky"), was described as being about four feet tall, with almond-shaped eyes, long black hair, a green suit and a short black beard--in other words, the spitting image of Graffiti Bridge-era Prince. During their hourlong meetings over six consecutive days, the Eloha explained to Vorilhon--who in his new capacity as prophet took the name Rael--that extraterrestrials adept at genetic engineering had created all life on earth. "Rael was invited in 1975 to go to their planet for 24 hours," says Sylvie Chabot, international publicist for the Raelian movement. "He had a foretaste of paradise--a place where there is no war, disease, work or violence, only love, pleasure, consciousness, creativity and eternal youth, thanks to human cloning." Dr. Brigitte Boisselier, a Raelian bishop, founded Clonaid in 1997 and announced the birth of the first cloned baby, Eve, during a news conference in December 2002. "Already 13 babies have been born through Clonaid's technology, and 20 more women are pregnant," claims Chabot. "The Elohim can re-create you as an adult in a couple of hours and download your information, memory and personality into the new cloned body. It is the secret of eternal life." Arnold Schwarzenegger's little-seen Sixth Day had a similar story line, but the Raelian women pictured here aren't big fans of science fiction mythos. "I was never really into alien movies, but The Fifth Element is my favorite," says Shizue Kaneko, Rael's personal assistant. "It shows our future--beauty, technology and love." We say, "Bring it on!"
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Gaming Grows Up
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Sure, kids play video games--and they don't stop when they grow up. Anyone looking for proof is directed to Ms. BloodRayne, left. Does she look like something a tween could handle? Today's average gamer is a ripe 29 years of age. And to keep their newest target demographic happy, the digital diversions of 2004 are packed with more hot women, fast cars and big guns than ever before. So break out that credit card and tell the boss you're going to be out sick through January--these games aren't playing around.
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World War II
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Cruise Control
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Scott Steinberg
Pedestrians, potholes, homicidal soccer moms-it's murder out on the streets. Luckily, the hottest models are pulling into your living room during the next few months.
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Luba Licious
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Must-Have Games
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Xbox
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Games in the Hood
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Alex Porter
America's obsession with Mafia violence isn't limited to TV and movies anymore. Take a stroll down the video game aisle at any electronics store--you can't swing a soppressata without hitting Italian Glock operas such as Grand Theft Auto, Mafia, Hitman and Gangland. This year, however, the gang action is veering into another hood, where the soundtrack of choice is more Snoop than Sinatra but the turf wars are just as tough. Get ready to trade in your paesans for a posse--it's time to take a trip through the modern-day mean streets.
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Real Life vs. Game Life:
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Marc Saltzman
Golf
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Attack of the Killer Sequels
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Follow-Up-Frenzy
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Electric Lady Land
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Josh Robertson
Video games have always been about sex--let's just say Mario didn't rescue Princess Toadstool for the cardio workout. This fall will see the release of the sexiest, bawdiest and most entertaining games ever created.
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Aqua Velva Smitty
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Even with my back turned, I can feel Aqua Velva's eyeball staring me down.
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Kimberly Holand, Miss October, 2004
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Arny Freytag
Although Kimberly Holland will graduate with a marketing degree from the University of Houston in December, the 22-year-old has a diverse precollege employment history. "My friends call me a job whore," she says. "Every day they ask, 'Where are you working today?' I was a lifeguard. I waited tables. I made and sold drawings of human figures. I worked at an Abercrombie & Fitch store and several tanning salons. Oh, and I sold sex toys in a lingerie shop. I've done everything." Asked if she has some form of occupational attention deficit disorder, Kimberly smiles. "I'm independent," she says. "I don't like people telling me what to do. If I don't agree with something, I speak up." She's obviously a class act, but what kind of student is she? "I don't get into mischief," she says. "My second semester here I stayed in my room to study or work out because I didn't have a car. Everyone gains the freshman 15, but I lost it."
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Playboy's Party Jokes
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Blonde joke of the month: A blonde woman and her boyfriend were sitting in the backyard. A pigeon flew over them and pooped on his head. "Shit," the man said. "Get some toilet paper."
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A Fatal Legacy: The Rise and Fall of Caviarteria
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Simon Cooper
Dreamland
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The Death of Caviar?
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A.J.Baime
In April the U.S. and Wildlife Service put the beluga sturgeon, source of the most coveted fish eggs, on the threatened-species list. The month before, Moscow officials confiscated more than three tons of black-market caviar from store shelves. Poachers had marketed the caviar under well-known brand names with misspellings on the labels. That same week, the president of a Polish caviar company was sentenced in Miami to 30 months for smuggling roe into the U.S. in suitcases. By the time he makes parole, possession of beluga in this country could be a crime.
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The Broomstick
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Juan Álvarez & Jorge Gómez
Great ... Halloween ... Party...
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Student Lounge
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Joseph De Acetis
Spend part of your beer money on decent clothes this semester and you'll be rewarded. Consider this: The friends you make in college will be your friends for life-- and you don't want to be immortalized in a pair of ho-hum khakis, flip-flops and a dirty T-shirt. College involves a lot of communal living. In that kind of setting, you need to make an impression whenever you have the chance. So throw out the clothes you'd be embarrassed to be seen in on a Friday night. Sure, you may wear them only to the laundry room, but where do you think the hot chicks go to wash their clothes? On campus, opportunities to impress-- or to drop the ball--abound. So make the most of them. Look your best whatever the time of day. After all, there's nothing wrong with looking good.
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Doug Sneyd
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Centerfolds on Sex: Sandra Hubby
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I love tall guys who are smart and can hold a conversation. I want to learn from a man, and I want him to learn from me. The color of his eyes doesn't matter as long as they sparkle, especially when I look into them. He must have a good personality, because once the attraction wears off, you need to be with someone who is your best friend. I travel all the time, so my boyfriend must be supportive of everything I do. He can't be the jealous type, because guys across the world have my picture taped on their walls. I love the outdoors, so when we go on a date I don't want dinner and a movie. I want to do something extreme--fishing, camping, shooting guns or going on a swamp tour. My ideal man needs to figure out what turns me on. Even if it's a small detail, he has to go that extra step. Let's say we go hiking. He should bring along a bottle of merlot. And if I get tired on the way back, he should say, "Hop on my back and I'll carry you the rest of the way."
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20Q: Jimmy Fallon
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Eric Spitznagel
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Girls of the ACC
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Nothing says "back to campus" like students lugging the discourses of Kierkegaard, beer trucks saturating frat row and, of course, our annual crew of captivating coeds, who've lined up again to show off their learning curves. This year, we headed to the Atlantic Coast Conference, home to Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Miami, North Carolina, State, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. In other words, the following pages feature Blue Devils out of dresses, Cavaliers cavorting naked, Tigers getting frisky and Yellow Jackets minus their coats. And when these girls wear their pride on their chest, it's enough to make an Inuit whoop up a rebel yell.
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Roy Raymonde
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W Muth
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The Sinclair Institute
Better Sex
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Playboy
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Famous Smoke Shop-PA, Inc.
Cigars
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Edward Frascino
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Marty Murphy
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Art Cumings
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Bowflex
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
Just listen to that racket in the hallway, weevil. You'd think that no other place in the city would need peace and quiet on a sunday morning more than a whorehouse. I'd better go see what it is.
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Miller Brewing Co.
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Playboy Entertainment Group
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The Xandria Collection
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Peter C. Vey
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Jack Daniels Limited
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The Health & Lifestyle Institute
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Meaty Myths
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Fred Schrier
Hee Hee! Trick or Treat! and the trick is-take off your pants and give me a treat!
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Barton Beers, Ltd.
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Athena Institute
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Adam & Eve.
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Where & How to Buy
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Below is a list of retailers and manufacturers you can contact for information on where to find this month's merchandise. To buy the apparel and equipment shown on pages 38, 43--44, 118--125, 171 and 174--175, check the listings below to find the stores nearest you.
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Credits: Photopraphy by; P. 3 Nathaniel Christopher, David Rose, David Strick/Redux Pictures; P. 4 Jean Paul Aussenard/Wireimage.com, Steven Barbour, Angela Brunet-Cooper, Brennan Cavanaugh, Rob Rich, David Webb; P. 7 Arny Freytag; P. 8 George Georgiou, Gen Nishino; P. 13 Lodge/Johansson (9); P. 14 Art Foxall, Kenneth Johansson (3), Elayne Lodge (10); P. 17 Patrick Demarchelier, David Rose; P. 18 Arny Freytag; P. 25 Vince Bucci/Getty Images. Courtesy of Demetri Martin, Soren McCarty/Wireimage.com, Matt Wagemann; P. 26 Alexas Urba; P. 28 George Georgiou (2). Courtesy of Stiletto (3); P. 29 courtesy Serge Arbona, Corbis (2), George Georgiou, Newscom, Retrofile; P. 31 ©2004 Buena Vista Pictures/Courtesy Everett collection, Inc., ©2004 Paramount Pictures, ©2004 Twentieth Century fox film Corp., ©2004 Universal, ©2004 Warner Bros/courtesy Everett collection, Inc.; P. 32 ©Focus features/courtesy Everett collection, Inc., ©Lions Gate/courtesy Everett collection, Inc., ©United Artist/Courtesy Everett collection, Inc., ©2002 HBO/Courtesy Everett collection, Inc., ©2004 20th Century fox film Corp., ©2004 Universal/courtesy Everett collection, Inc.; P. 34 courtesy Everett collection. Inc. (3), ©Gramercy Pictures/Courtesy Everett collection, Inc.; P. 36 Kevin Mazur/Wireimage.com; P. 38 David Goodman; P. 44 Jemal Countess/Wireimage.com, David Goodman (2); P. 51 Reuters/Newscom; P. 52 AKG-images; P. 53 Dreamworks/courtesy Everett collection. Inc., David Gutenfelder/AP Wide World. Marc Simon/Masterfile; P. 54 Robert King/Getty images; P. 55 DOJ/UNITED State Marshalls services, foodpix/Getty images, Getty images; P.60 David Rose; P.63 Ron Galella/Wireimage.com; P.70 Ap Wide World; P. 72 Art Greenspon/AP Wide World; P. 73 Alex majoli/magnum Photos, MPI/Getty images, AP WIDE WORLD; P. 74 Christophe Calais/In Visu/Corbis, Ron Edmonds/AP WIDE WORLD, Arthur Grace/Zuma press Reuters, Kyoichi Sawada/Bettmannn/Corbis, Kathy Willens/AP WIDE WORLD; P. 77 ErrebI/Olympia/Spia press, Spia press, Warren Toda/Photo.Ca/Newscom; P. 79 Robyn Beck/afp Photo/Newscom, John Li/Getty images/newscom, Mcinnis/Spia press; P. 84 jean Paul Aussenard/Wireimage.com. Courtesy of Liz brooks, Matthias Clamer/Corbis outline, Amanda Edwards/Getty images, courtesy Marc Geiger, Getty images, Steve Granitz/Wireimage.com, Kevin Mazur/Wireimage.com, Pr Newsfoto/Newscom; P. 86 Grayson Alexander/Retna, Courtesy f David Benveniste, Controur photos, Craig Decristo/Celebrity pictures, courtesy of andy Gould, Courtesy of Michael Hausman, Justin Kahn/Wireimage.com, Rich Pedroncelli/AP WIDE WORLD, Scott Schafer/Corbis outline; P. 100 John R. Mourgos (3); P. 114 Crain's new York Business; P. 115 Courtesy of Ruth Sobol; P. 116 Itar-Tass Photos/Newscom; P. 127 Arny Freytag, Stephen Wayda; P. 130 Thanks to Tony at Chaps Ice Cream; P. 133 thanks to Lee at Vinyl Fever; P. 135 thanks to Criag Eberhardt; P. 137 thanks to Connie at cstormy I productions; P. 167 Scott Downie/Celebrityphoto.com, Gregg Deguire/wireimage.com, Don Klumpp, Jeffrey Mayer/Wireimage.com, john Sciulli/wireimage.com, Miranda Shen/Celebrityphoto.com (2), Stephen wayda; P. 168 Don Bronstein, Richard Fegley, T. Kahn, Jim Spellman/Wireimage.com. P. 174 Leigh Beisch/Foodpix, George Georgiou, David Goodman (3); P. 175 George Georgiou, David Goodman (4); P. 176 Arny Freytag, Mizuno, Stephen Way DA. Illustrations BY: P. 7 Nora Krug; P. 43 Bill Benway; P. 176 Dave McKean. PP. 21--22 Hair By Eddie Teboul for L'Atelier, Makeup by amy kay for arthouse, styling by Jazz Ramcharitar; P. 26 from Food court Druids, Cherohonkees, and other creatures unique to the republic by robert lanham, to be published November 2004, Copyright ©2004 by Robert Lanham, printed by arrangement with plume, a member of Penguin group (USA) Inc,; PP. 76--81 Hair and makeup by Garth green, Set Design by Christopher young, Styling by Debbee May; PP. 118--125 hair by Zaiya Latt for Frame Reps, makeup by Angie parker for frame reps, prop styling by eyal baruch; P. 128 clothing by Guicci, hair by Andrew McDonagh, makeup by Kumi craig, styling by April Johnson, cover: Model: Evelyn Gery, Photographer: George Georgiou, Hair, makeup and wardrobe stylist pat tomlinson, Stylist: Brynne Rinderknecht.
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A Star is Born
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Office Party
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Hot and Hotterer
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Naughty But Nice
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Next Month
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Identity Theft--Thanks to the internet, identity theft is the fastest-growing white-collar crime in America. Thieves struck millions of people last year, an 80 percent increase from 2002. Meet fraud master Abraham Abdallah, who during a 2000 spree targeted forbes's 400 Richest Americans, including Ross Perot and Martha Stewart--All while holding a day job as a kitchen worker. by Mark Boal
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Indicia
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Indicia
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Playboy (ISSN 0032-1478), October 2004, volume 51, number 10. Published monthly by Playboy in national and regional editions, Playboy, 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Periodicals postage paid at Chicago, Illinois and at additional mailing offices. Canada Post Canadian Publications Mail Sales Product Agreement No. 40035534. Subscriptions: in the U. S., $29.97 for 12 issues. Postmaster: Send address change to Playboy, P.O. Box 2007, Harlan, Iowa 51537-4007. For subscription-related questions, call 800-999-4438, or e-mail circ@ny.playboy.com.
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