Issue: 20060701

Saturday, July 1, 2006
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In The New Human,Joel Garreau, author of Radical Evolution, provides a provocative look at the human being of tomorrow. Change, he argues, is happening fast. "The cultural evolution that was launched with the sharing of ideas and the invention of cities brought us from Rome to the industrial revolution in 1,800 years. The technological revolution that took us from the Wright brothers to walking on the moon required only 66 years. I believe that in 10 or 15 years, with advancements in genetics and technology, we will see a radical evolution, and two kinds of humans will walk the earth: natural and enhanced. You have to go back 50,000 years to the Neanderthal for the last time we've seen that. One thing we do know: When two species compete for the same niche, it ends badly for one."
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Fasion & Footwear Collection
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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: April 2006. 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 © 2006 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 copies. Matrix insert between pages 122--123 in domestic 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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The World of Playboy
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Where the Girls Are
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Photo Essay
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Mardi Gras Mansion Madness
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Letters to the Editor
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Dear Playboy
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Science vs. Religion
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The Gillette Company
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Unversal Studion
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Babe of the Month: Dazza Del Rio
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Playboy after hours
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Playboy After Hours
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crime's a-changin'
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Raw Data
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A Break in the Action
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Brian Crecente
Brian Thomas
Buzz McClain
Chris Hudak
Dean Gaskin
J. David Slocum
Jamie Reynolds
Jason Buhrmester
Kristine McKenna
Leopold Froehlich
Marc Saltzman
Robert B. Desalvo
Scott Steinberg
Stephen Rebello
Tim Mohr
Reviews: Movies
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Barton Beers, Ltd.
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Reader QA
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The Playboy Advisor
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The other night, while we were having anal sex in the doggy position, my wife began thrashing around. I thought she was uncomfortable, but she screamed for me not to stop. The next thing I knew, she gushed fluid and almost passed out. There was no stimulation of her clitoris. How is this reaction possible?--L.B., Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Honesty is the Best Policy
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Sam Harris
Only 12 percent of Americans believe life on earth evolved naturally, without a deity's interference, according to a recent Gallup poll. Thirty-one percent believe God has guided evolution. If our worldview were put to a vote, the pseudoscience of intelligent design would defeat the science of biology by nearly three to one. This is troubling, since nature offers no compelling evidence for a designer and countless examples of "unintelligent" design.
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The Latest War on Sex
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Tim Mohr
In her book How the Pro-Choice Movement Saved America, Cristina Page argues that pro-life and pro-choice positions have ramifications far beyond Roe v. Wade.
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From Comments by Karen Mazurkiewicz, a spokesperson for the western New York district of the U.S. Postal Service, responding to a Buffalo News reporter who was trying to determine why National Guard sergeant Jason Lyon, deemed combat-ready after recovering from a 2004 ankle injury sustained in Iraq, was turned down for a mail carrier job on the grounds that he had a physical impairment: "We have a rich history of hiring veterans, but we have to look at each candidate and make an assessment of how they would handle the physical requirements of the job. There is a lot of bending, twisting, lifting and walking on uneven surfaces for a mail carrier. It is a very strenuous job."
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Darwin's Detractors
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Burned in Efficacy
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Beyond the Da Vinci Code
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Conspiracy theorists are already having a field day. With the additions of Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito, the Supreme Court has a majority of Catholics for the first time in history. Whenever a Catholic gains political office, whispers about pernicious influence and subordination to ecclesiastical authority are never far behind. Rumors such as those cited in the Washington Post and Newsweek claim justices Alito, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas belong to the ultraconservative Opus Dei, founded in 1928 by the secretive and fascistic Saint Josemaría Escrivá (left). Opus Dei does not list its members, but a spokesman for the prelature has denied the Supreme Court rumors. Don't be surprised if you see a new crop of novels about papist control of the federal government.
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Playboy Interview
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Jerry Bruckheimer
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Stephen Rebello
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Jerry's Kids
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His hits...
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The New Human
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Joel Garreau
Are you old enough to remember when computer screens came only in black and white? Do you own the kind of truck that guys at the hardware store always try to buy from you--a truck so old it not only sports just an AM radio but has no software in it at all? Can you remember when music players were composed of several fairly heavy boxes covered with laminated walnut and had to be wrestled up onto a high shelf? Are you old enough to remember the smell of mimeograph machine fluid?
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An Old Story
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Margaret Atwood is author of The Handmaid's Tale, the classic 1985 novel about a dystopian world in which certain women are forced to produce babies for elite couples. Her latest book is The Tent.
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Our Singular Future
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Robert Levine
In the mid-1980s inventor Ray Kurzweil predicted that a few interconnected computers used by scientists would serve as the basis for a worldwide communications network. At the time it seemed far-fetched, but Arpanet evolved into the Internet. Kurzweil subsequently postulated the law of accelerating returns, which holds that information technology increases exponentially, doubling every year. He later predicted that computers would exceed human intelligence, eventually reaching a point--the singularity--at which civilization would fundamentally be transformed. In his new book, The Singularity Is Near, Kurzweil explores the implications of that change. He believes our bodies will evolve as much as our machines. In fact, he predicts a clear separation will no longer exist between the two. "If you describe what human beings enhanced with this technology will be capable of some decades hence," Kurzweil says, "they would appear like gods to us today."
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Future Shock
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"Prediction is very difficult," said physicist Niels Bohr, "especially of the future." But according to futurists, we are on the verge of astonishing developments. Here are four innovations we should see in the next decade.
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Why It Won't Work
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Playboy: Immortality presents problems for us. For example, do some humans have a right to immortality if it isn't available to all?
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This June, while many Americans are worrying about the life in pitchers' arms, most of the planet will be thinking about feet, especially those attached to players on the 32 teams competing in Germany for the World Cup. Sadly, this fascination with worldwide fútbol is lost on many Americans; if only they would try to wrap their heads around the beauty of a truly global excuse to yell, drink beer and watch sports over breakfast, during work and into the wee hours, maybe they would overcome their reluctance and embrace an idea of universal partying held by everyone from Brazilian samba dancers to Iraqi insurgents to Keira Knightley. The only sporting term that is exactly the same in any language? "Gooooooaaaaaal!"
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The Bad News
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Margaret Atwood
It's morning. Night is over. It's time for the bad news. I think of the bad news as a huge bird, with the wings of a crow and the face of my fourth-grade schoolteacher, sparse bun, rancid teeth, wrinkly frown, pursed mouth and all, sailing around the world under cover of darkness, pleased to be the bearer of ill tidings, carrying a basket of rotten eggs and knowing--as the sun comes up--exactly where to drop them. On me, for one.
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Not Your Father's Hi-Fi
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Scott Alexander
Forgive us for getting nostalgic, but Father's Day has us thinking back to the granddaddy of today's MP3 players, the Diamond Rio PMP300. This 32-megabyte marvel held about half an hour of music and in 1998 went for $200. Today Coby's MPC-827 player holds four times as much. It costs $20. This means that for the price of a lap dance you can now haul Dad into the digital age. (Hey, taking him to a strip club would have been awkward anyway.) More important, this technology is not only affordable enough to give as a gift, it's finally easy enough for him to figure out. Make sure you pick something up for yourself as well, because some truly astounding things are happening in digital media right now. Players have massive capacity, many show video, and subscription services let you put any of more than a million songs on them for $10 a month. Audio and video podcasts are blossoming like Scarlett Johansson, with offerings from talented nobodies and forward-thinking big-media properties alike. You can download The Daily Show and Lost for $2 an episode, and earlier this year Jack Black did a video podcast from the set of Nacho Libre. Apple is of course to blame for much of this joy. Although it didn't invent the technology, Apple did perform amazing feats of design and marketing. Still, though the iPod is gorgeous, iconic and in possession of 76 percent of today's MP3 market, it's a little fragile for our taste. Take the Creative gizmo pictured at left. On a recent jog during testing, we accidentally dropped this player hard on one end. It bounced several times and ended up submerged in a muddy puddle--and never stopped playing our Arctic Monkeys track. Now, we'll take a hot chick who likes to go camping over a diva who needs to be talked off the ledge if she breaks a nail--but we're not everybody. Which is why we've gathered the best and brightest so you can make your own choice. Somewhere in here is a companion with your ideal combination of brains and looks.
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Drifting
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Craig Vetter
On a cool December night at the California Speedway in Fontana, 15,000 fans watch as two turbocharged cars--one with an American driver, the other a Japanese--roll alongside each other and gun their engines to a full growl over a quarter-mile straightaway in what could be a drag race but soon takes on the look and sound of something that usually ends in a gathering of police cars, ambulances and maybe the Jaws of Life. At 100 miles an hour at the end of the straight, both drivers pull their emergency brake to loosen their rear wheels, then crank their machines side by side into a right-hand skid, throwing up great screeching plumes of tire smoke. Seconds later they reverse the turn at full power into a screaming 90-mile-an-hour fender-to-fender left-hand slide, fighting to stay sideways without crashing into each other or the wall. Then it's right again, still skidding, still close enough to spit on each other, heading through a wild final turn and ending sidelong across the finish line. While a double snake of pure white smoke floats the taste of rubber over the wildly yelling crowd, three judges pick a winner, their decision based not on who crossed the line first but on how elegantly and powerfully the car was charged through the course entirely sideways.
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Stephen Wayda
<p>Avid Playboy readers already know what Sara Jean Underwood did last summer: The angel-faced 22-year-old posed for the October 2005 issue's Girls of the Pac 10 cover. What the native of Scappoose, Oregon didn't anticipate was the reaction at her college, Oregon State University. "Maybe it's because I wear a baseball cap and sweatpants to class, but I didn't know other students knew I existed," she says. "Now they come up and hug me and ask me to sign the magazine."</p>
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Did you hear about the gay midget? He just came out of the cupboard.
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My Love Machine
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United States Patent no. 5,920,923
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Produced by Jennifer Ryan Jones
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Centerfolds on Sex: Amber Cawpisi
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The Way to a Woman's Heart
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The Ice Cream Parlor
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Juan Álvarez
This hasn't changed much since last year! I see that Laura, "The World's Sexiest Waitress," isn't here anymore.
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Steve Pond
It's a rainy afternoon when she walks into a casual bistro in the Miracle Mile section of Los Angeles. Even when she's dressed down--jeans, hair pulled back, next to no makeup--Vida Guerra turns heads. Underneath a creamy leather jacket, her white tank top hugs her curves with a vengeance, while her blue jeans stretch tautly across the most famous rear end this side of a certain singer-actress (the one formerly known as J. Lo).
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Credits: Photography by: P. 3 Jim Allen, Patty Beaudet-Francès, Barbara Hughes; p. 5 Corbis, Arny Freytag, Stephen Wayda; p. 6 Stephen Wayda (2); p. 9 Larry Busacca/wireimage.com. Arny Freytag (2), Kenneth Johansson (3); p. 10 Lodge/Johansson (13); p. 13 Arny Freytag; p. 14 Arny Freytag; p. 18 Arny Freytag, Courtesy of Showtime Networks; p. 20 Corbis; p. 22 George Georgiou (2), James Imbrogno; p. 25 Corbis, George Georgiou, courtesy of Sotheby's New York; p. 27 David James/©2OO6 Warner Bros Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved, Mark Plummer/courtesy Dimension Films 2006, ©2006 Universal/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2006 Walt Disney/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2006 Warner Independent Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection Inc., p. 28 Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©Focus Features/Photofest, Photofest, ©2O05 Fox Searchlight/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2005 Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2006 Fox Searchlight/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc.; p. 31 Courtesy of Viking; p. 33 Yuji Ohsugi/wireimage.com; p. 36 George Georgiou (3); p. 42 Getty; p. 43 Getty (2), Steve Greenberg, Ventura County Star/Newscom. Newscom; p. 44 Model by Tyler Keillor, photo by Beth Rooney/courtesy University of Chicago; p. 45 AP Wide World (2), Corbis, Getty; p. 46 Getty (4), The Granger Collection (2); p. 48 Mizuno, p. 50 ©CBS/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., Robert Voets/©CBS/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., WB/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©1986 Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2001 Buena Vista/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2003 TM and Copyright 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2003 Walt Disney/Courtesy Everett Collection, Inc., ©2004 Touchstone/courtesy Everett Collection, Inc.; p. 52 Corbis; p. 54 Corbis: p. 55 Corbis; p. 56 Corbis; pp. 74--75 Jerod Harris; p. 80 Clinton Lum, Alison Merion/Mercury Press International (2); p. 103 Arny Freytag (2); p. 110 Hill & Brand Entertainment (4); p. 143 Richard Fegley, Arny Freytag, Gregg Deguire/wireimage.com, Steve Grayson/wireimage.com, Roger Karnbad/celebrityphoto.com, Scott Suchman/wireimage.com, Frank Trapper/Corbis, Denise Truscello/wireimage.com; p. 144 Arny Freytag, courtesy of Msg Photos, Stephen Wayda, Ron Wolfson/wireimage.com; p. 147 Gavin Bond/Corbis outline; p. 150 George Georgiou (3), Richard Izui; p. 151 Dave Bergstrom/Ambrosi & Associates, George Georgiou, p. 152 Harry Benson, Gregg Deguire/wireimage.com, Jarmo Pohjaniemi. Illustrations by: p. 6 David Hughes; p. 13 Cathie Bleck; p. 20 Gerard Dubois; p. 41 Steve Boswick; p. 55 Mirco Ilic (3); p. 143 Steven Lait/Oakland Tribune; p. 147 Gilles Tréhin; p. 152 Lara Tomlin, p. 17 Hair by Daniel Erdmann for exclusive artists, Makeup by Leiane Taylor for Angelika Schubert, Inc., Styling by Brian Primeaux for exclusive artists; pp. 47--48 Grooming by Kris Evans, Air Craft Cosmetics; pp. 58--65 Makeup by Joyce Bonelli, Sara Cranham and Kimberly Ex. Hair by Janey Geary, Styling by Yadira Estrada and Alex Wolf; pp. 78--89 Styling by Rebecca Brough and Lane W.; pp. 96--101 Makeup by Jesus Abreu for artistsbytimothypriano.com, Hair by Joshua Barrett for artistsbytimothypriano.com. p. 104 Grooming by Su Han for MS Management, Styling by Anne Ross, Set/Prop Design by David Ross/David Ross Sets & Props; pp. 108--117 Hair by Campbell McAulay for soloartists.com/Redken, Makeup by Natalie Miller for cloutieragency.com, Styling by RICCI Demartino for cloutieragency.com, Produced by Marilyn Grabowski; p. 149 Hair by Frankie Payne for Luxe, Makeup by Rachel Whitehurst, Styling by Sarah Wallner for Musotica Wear. Cover: Model: Vida Guerra, Photographer: Stephen Wayda, Hair: Campbell McAulay for soloartists.com/Redken, Makeup: Natalie Miller for cloutieragency.com. Stylist: RICCI Demartino for cloutieragency.com, Producer Marilyn Grabowski.
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Playboy (ISSN 0032-1478), July 2006, volume 53, number 7. 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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Why We Fight--Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Eugene Jarecki examines the most pressing question of the day in provocative interviews with thoughtful Americans, including John McCain, Ethan Hawke, Tony Kushner and Others.
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