Issue: 20050901

Thursday, September 1, 2005
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For The Man in the Bomb Suit,Mark Boal patrolled the explosive streets of Baghdad with the elite U.S. soldiers who defuse the deadly improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, favored by Iraqi insurgents. "These guys are running up to bombs while other people are running away from them," says Boal, who spent nearly a month living with the men. "They encounter on a daily basis the most lethal weapons in this conflict. Other soldiers look at them as though they're insane sword swallowers or fire walkers. It takes a surgeon's hands--a slipup will leave you dead or missing half your body. They also have to be vigilant 24 hours a day, seven days a week, because every working moment is a life-or-death situation. They defuse hundreds of bombs a month, but bombs are talked about only when they explode."
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Axe Unlimited
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Copyright
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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: June 2005. 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 © 2005 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 147, Danbury Mint onsert in domestic subscription polywrapped copies. Pacifico insert between pages 146--147 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 Gobernación, México. Reserva De Derechos 04-2000-071710332800-102.
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Patrón
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Masthead
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Masthead
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Hugh M. Hefnereditor-in-chief
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The World of Playboy
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One of the Greatest
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Photo Essay
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Hangin' With Hef
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Under Armour
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Palms
Palms
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Letters to the Editor
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Dear Playboy
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Cheating Hearts
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Old Evan Williams Distillery
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Oris
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U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Co.
Skoal
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Profile
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Babe of the Month
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Gabrielle Tuite
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Skechers
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Playboy After Hours
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the bradbury chronicles
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Raw Data
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Bites
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Adam Rosen
Barbara Nellis
Brian Thomas
Buzz McClain
Chris Hudak
Dean Gaskin
Jason Buhrmester
Jessica Riddle
John Gaudiosi
Kenny Lull
Leopold Froehlich
Marc Saltzman
Matt Steigbigel
Patty Lamberti
Stephen Rebello
Thomas Cunha
Tim Mohr
Greg Fagan
Review: Movies
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Tequila
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Villazon & Co., Inc.
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Divine Inspiration
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The Gillette Company
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Reader QA
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The Playboy Advisor
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Is there any method by which a man can have multiple orgasms without losing his erection?--H.K., Boston, Massachusetts
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Reader Discussion
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Back to the 1930s?
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Ishmael Reed
Shortly after I began teaching at San Jose State University, in January, I started to receive e-mails from representatives of the International Union of Hotel Workers. They requested that I cancel a speech I'd been scheduled to make at a California Association of Teachers of English convention. The union was boycotting the Westin Santa Clara, which is owned by Starwood, a multinational corporation. They charged the Westin with forcing its San Francisco and Los Angeles workers to pay more for health care, take on heavier workloads and accept low wages. Starwood hotels in Los Angeles were accused of intimidating and harassing workers.
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Will Strip For Benefits
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Rachel Shteir
If ever there were an American city where strippers would rank as honorary Wobblies, it would be San Francisco. It has the only worker-owned peep show in the country (the Lusty Lady), and the local chapter of the Service Employees International Union welcomes sex workers as members. Hundreds of strippers work in the Bay Area, and the industry is respectable enough that the tourism bureau lists adult attractions in one of its pamphlets. Five of the local clubs are topless and 12 offer full nudity, but all are involved in a long-standing dispute about the working status of dancers.
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From a List of 57 ministries reported to the IRS by Americans United for Separation of Church and State. IRS rules prohibit nonprofits from endorsing candidates: (1) Pastor of the Church of the Living Water in Olympia, Washington says a GOP candidate for Congress is "a prophet to our nation." (2) Pastor at United Baptist Missionary Convention in Baltimore writes the governor offering political support in exchange for social-services funding. (3) Churches in seven states distribute Christian Coalition voter guides. (4) Pastor of the Allen African Methodist Episcopal Church in New York says of Al Gore from the pulpit, "I don't do endorsements, but I will say this man should be the next president." (5) Pastor of the Third New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit tells congregation not to vote for candidate whose "name rhymes with hush." (6) Foundation for Human Understanding radio show advises listeners that Gore will betray nation to the Chinese. (7) Bishop in Colorado Springs orders Catholics not to vote for pro-choice candidates. (8) Pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Waterford, Michigan endorses his son for school board on church letterhead. (9) Jerry Falwell Ministries sends e-mail endorsing George W. Bush. (10) Pastor of the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Miami says God ordained John Kerry to run. (11) Pastor of Mount Airy Church of God in Christ in Philadelphia says, "I can't tell you who to vote for, but my mama told me last week, 'Stay out of the bushes.'" (12) Bride of Christ Church in Bellwood, Pennsylvania offers to drive voters to polls "in support of President Bush." (13) Pastor at East Waynesville Baptist Church in North Carolina expels nine parishioners who admit to voting for Kerry. The IRS says it is investigating 30 churches, but Americans United knows of only one that has had its tax-exempt status revoked, for buying a full-page ad in USA Today encouraging people not to vote for Bill Clinton.
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The Debunker
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Myth:
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On Pain of Death
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Illegal Love
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Labor Pains
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Chip Rowe
Sick and Tired
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Playboy Interview
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Salama Na'mat
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Sincity The Movie
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Sincity The Movie
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The Man in the Bomb Suit
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Mark Boal
It's 4:30 P.M., early December 2004, and a caravan of Humvees rumbles out of Camp Victory carrying Staff Sergeant Jeffrey S. Sarver and his team of bomb-squad technicians from the U.S. Army's 788th Ordnance Company. As Sarver's team bounces down Victory's rutted roads, the convoy passes a helipad where Chinooks, Black Hawks and Apaches thump in and out, some of them armed with laser-guided missiles and 30-millimeter cannons that fire fist-size shells. Sarver sees the Bradley and Abrams tanks sitting in neat rows, like cars at a dealership, their depleted-uranium bumpers aligned with precision. All that lethal hardware is parked, more or less useless against the Iraqi insurgency's main weapon in this phase of the war: improvised explosive devices made from artillery shells, nine-volt batteries and electrical tape--what the troops call IEDs.
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Gahan Wilson
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Swedish Blondes
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Gentlemen, as Anita Loos told us years ago, prefer blondes. But she wasn't thinking about some nouveau Jazz Age development. Our jones for blondes is in our DNA, something that got hardwired in the species on that day eons ago when some simple-celled ancestor crawled out of the primordial ooze onto some chilly beach, beheld the sun, the great blazing orb, and sensed that with all that light and heat a rich, multicelled life would be possible. It's the same with us. We see those halos of golden hair and we are warmed.
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The Fisherman and The Jinn
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Robert Coover
The old fisherman has had another shitty day, hauling up the dead detritus of the sea. He's already cast his net three times; four's his limit. Why? He doesn't remember, but that's it, one to go. He tucks up his shirttails, wades in waist-deep, casts again for the thousand-thousandth time, give or take a throw or two. He waits for the net to sink. He can feel fish swimming between his legs, tickling his cods. Praise God, the bountiful sea. But this time his net snags on the bottom. It's not fair. He works his scrawny old ass to the bone, and what does he have to show for it? Wet rags and an empty belly. Even if he caught a fish, what would he do with it? He'd sell it to a rich man, go hungry and cast his net again. His existence is a ceaseless punishment. He throws off his clothes and dives under. The net's about all he's got in the world; he has to rescue it.
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Sport Stars
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Ken Gross
Behind closed doors in Playboy's fantasy garage, you'll discover five seductive roadsters that turn heads like a Vermeer at an arts-and-crafts fair. Take a close look. You won't see their like again.
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Olivia
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Many Happy Returns
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Raymond F. Devoe Jr.
January 14, 2005 marked an anniversary not celebrated on Wall Street: Five years earlier the Dow Jones Industrial Average, an index of well-known, predominantly blue-chip industrial stocks, hit its all-time high of 11,722.98. For most of the first half of 2005 the Dow Jones hovered around 10,500, or 10.4 percent below that high. The Standard & Poor's 500, another index used to measure the stock market's performance, had fallen 8.9 percent from its March 24, 2000 peak of 1,527.46. But the real damage investors and shareholders had suffered in the past five years could be seen on the NASDAQ Composite Index of more than 4,000 mostly high-tech stocks, which remained more than 40 percent below its high of March 10, 2000. Those were the days of unlimited optimism about stock prices, matched only by overenthusiastic projections from the managements of that era's highfliers.
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Bubbles and Manias
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There are many ways to lose your money, but the easiest is to let suspicion sleep. In my 50 years analyzing the stock market, I have seen a fool's parade of manias, bubbles and speculation--not to mention junk bonds, derivatives, conglomerates, leveraged buyouts and outright fraud. The chronology below should provide a cautionary tale. Remember, bubbles always end badly.
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Edmond Kiraz
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Vanessa Hoelsher, Miss September, 2005
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<p>When the lights go out in Georgia, Vanessa Hoelsher is there to make sure you don't grow thirsty. The 23-year-old special-events coordinator is often out on the town in her home of Atlanta, promoting her company's wines and spirits. "If there's anything going on in Georgia with our liquor brands--whether it's Usher's birthday party or whatever--I'm kind of the go-to person," she says. It's not hard to understand why she gravitated to this line of work. Vanessa is direct and approachable as well as beautiful, an intoxicating Southern belle who--here's a shockeroo--lacks a Southern accent. "My family comes from Ohio, which is probably why I didn't pick up the accent," she explains. The Buckeye descendant remains tight with her family. "I have three brothers, and one of them is my twin. You'd think I would have been a tomboy, but I've always been feminine and girlie. I did get a thicker skin from having all those boys in the house. I'm not easily offended. I'm the first one to laugh at myself."</p>
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Playboy's Party Jokes
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A wife told her lawyer, "I want a divorce. My husband is getting a little queer to sleep with."
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Marty Murphy
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'05 Playboy's College Pigskin Preview
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Gary Cole
It's Tuesday, and Matt Leinart--the quarterback who led USC to an undefeated season and a second straight national championship last year--is headed to Togo's to have lunch with his dad, Bob. "Nothing fancy, but it's become a ritual," says the six-foot-five lefty, who looks more than a little like Super Bowl hero Tom Brady. "The last time I missed our Tuesday lunch we lost to Cal." That was back in September 2003. "We're not going to miss another one."
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Don Madden
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The New Playboy
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Joseph De Acetis
Produced by Jennifer Ryan Jones; Women's Styling by Meriem Orlet
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20Q
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20Q: Kurt Busch
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Warren Kalbacker
Q1
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Doug Sneyd
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The Slugger's Wife
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David Hochman
It began with one of the most embarrassing bobbles of the decade.
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Frank Thorne
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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 36, 41--44, 118--125 and 166--167, check the listings below to find the stores nearest you.
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Photography by: P. 5 Mark Boal, Clare Haythornthwaite, Sam Kittner, Richard Nagler, Timothy White; P. 7 Stephen Wayda; P. 8 Mark Boal, Arny Freytag, Stephen Wayda; P. 13 Kenneth Johansson, Elayne Lodge (2), Tom Preston (2), Alison Reynolds; P. 14 Kenneth Johansson (4), David Klein (2), Elayne Lodge (4); P. 17 Helmut Newton; P. 19 Stephen Wayda; P. 23 Corbis; P. 24 George Georgiou; P. 26 Arny Freytag (2), George Georgiou; P. 29 Corbis, Foodpix, Getty Images (2), ©Mikael Karlsson/Arrestingimages.com; P. 31 Dreamworks, ©2005 New Line/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2005 United Artists/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2005 Universal/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2005 Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc.; P. 32 ©ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc. (2), ©FX/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2005 Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2005 TM & Copyright 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc.; P. 33 Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc. (2), ©MGM/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©1962 TM & Copyright 20th century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., P. 34 ©Debbie Bragg/Retna UK; P. 36 ©Jay Gullixson/corbis outline; P. 42 George Georgiou, Richard Izui; P. 44 George Georgiou (3), Richard Izui (2), ©20th century Fox/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc.; P. 52 Getty Images; P. 53 Getty Images (2), Newscom; P. 54 Getty Images (2), Zuma Press; P. 55 AP Wide World/Erin Whittle. Courtesy of National Council on Bible curriculum in Public Schools, Masterfile, NSA Archive; P. 56 ©NBC/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc.; P. 60 Sam Kittner; P. 61 Jay L. Clendenin/Polaris; PP. 70--74 Mark Boal (7); P. 98 Arny Freytag; P. 112 grant Halverson/Getty Images; P. 116 Doug Pensinger/Getty Images; P. 131 Starmax; P. 144 Northwestern Media Services (2); P. 159 Jean-Paul Aussenard/wireimage.com, Stan Malinowski, Rebecca Sapp/wireimage.com, Donato Sardella/wireimage.com, John Sclulli/wireimage.com, Jeff Vespa, Stephen Wayda; P. 160 Kevin Parry/wireimage.com (2), Mark Sullivan/wireimage.com (2), Arnold Turner/wireimage.com (2), Stephen Wayda; P. 163 Chris Hardy/San Francisco chronicle. ©Michael Putland/Retna UK; P. 166 George Georgiou (3), Richard Izui (2); P. 167 Phillip Dixon, George Georgiou, Richard Izui, Courtesy of Taschen; P. 168 George Georgiou, Richard McLaren. Illustrations by: P. 7 Dave McKean; P. 168 Anuj Shrestha, PP. 118--125 Fashion Assistant; Korin De Acetis, Hair by David Cotteblanche for Red Market, Makeup by Chris Colbeck Using Clarins at Art Department, Prop Styling by Eyal Baruch; PP. 130--137 Hair by Campbell McAuley for Soloartists.com/Matrix, Makeup by Kimberly Ex, Styling by Rebecca Brough. Cover: Model: Jessica Canseco, Photographer: Stephen Wayda, Hair: Campbell McAuley for Soloartists.com/Matrix, Makeup: Kimberly Ex, Stylist: Rebecca Brough, Producer: Marilyn Grabowski.
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We want kids, doc, but I can't seem to get my young bride pregnant.Ha! what are you? 85? I suggest you get a younger boarder to help you outwhat did the doctor recommend? Viagra? Node, he want's us to rent out a room to someone.
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Guess who? It's Lauren Michelle Hill
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Aeschylus once said, "Suffering leads to wisdom," but the Greek playwright has nothing on the remarkably indefatigable Dean Karnazes, who has made a career of running more than 100 miles at a stretch--and pushing the human body further than any other marathoner in history. In his memoir, Ultramarathon Man: Confessions of an All-Night Runner, 42-year-old Karnazes chronicles everything from completing the Badwater 135-mile race through Death Valley (during which his shoes literally melted) to tackling a 200-mile relay--as the only guy on his team. During races Karnazes keeps his energy up by eating éclairs, burritos and pizza ordered from the road. Still, he sometimes falls asleep while running. The obvious question: Is he crazy, masochistic or both? "This is a good thing," he says. "If I thought I were damaging my body, I wouldn't do it. My life mission is to get Americans to be more active." Karnazes has been approached for the motion-picture rights to his life story, but before he gets to that, he has another goal. "This fall I want to run 500 miles nonstop from San Francisco to L.A.," he says. If he completes it, that distance will put him in the world-record books, as well as raise thousands of dollars for charity. But come on, does it ever get old? "Actually, I wish I were running right now."
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Jim Jarmusch is already thinking about his tombstone. "It'll probably say, 'He never saw any Star Wars films or Gone With the Wind,'" jokes the iconoclastic director. Jarmusch, 52, has been making movies his own rebellious way for more than 20 years, from his 1983 breakthrough, Stranger Than Paradise, to 2003's chain-smoking, java-swilling Coffee and Cigarettes. "I'm not anti-Hollywood," he explains. "It's just not the place for me. I would be either very unhappy or a complete failure." Jarmusch's latest film, Broken Flowers, is his most accessible yet. A Grand Prix winner at Cannes, the comedy follows a man (played by Bill Murray) who learns he has a long-lost son as he reconnects with a series of ex-lovers (including Sharon Stone, Jessica Lange and Julie Delpy). Jarmusch says Broken Flowers isn't an attempt to strike box-office gold, just an excuse to work with a national treasure. "I think Bill Murray should run for president," says the director. "The thing is, he'd probably win. All Chaos would break loose, but we'd have fun for a while."
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Playboy (ISSN 0032-1478), September 2005, volume 52, number 9. 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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Girls of the Pac 10--Meet the suntanned women from the conference of champions. Your homework: nude appreciation.
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