Issue: 20071101

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HUCK LIDDELL
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"I have profiled plenty of athletes who were nightmares, but Chuck Liddell was a hell of a guy," says Lucius Shepard, who literally sat in LiddeH's passenger seat for The Iceman Cleans Up, a personal look at the UFC's toughest competitor. "He even picked me up and drove me wherever I needed to go. He is very engaging and egalitarian; his trainer says he speaks to every­body the same way, whether they are a CEO or a bum on the street." Liddell's demeanor is not unusual for a UFC fighter. "The misperception may be that they are all goons, but I have yet to meet an asshole in the sport. The fighters are relatively sophisti­cated. Most of them wrestled, and unlike boxers or baseball players the natural progression for wrestlers is to go on to col­lege. Liddell has an accounting degree from Cal Poly. If fighting hadn't worked out, he could have been punching numbers."
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MOTOR-TOBER '07
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NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES
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FUN IN THE SUN AND FIREWORKS
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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
SHOWSTOPPER
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I always complain to my husband that playboy doesn't feature enough women of color. Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon (La Belle Beauvais, August) will stop my bitching for a bit. Major cool points to you. Thanks again. Kelly Pettit Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Dear Playboy
WINNING FICTION
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The August fiction by Jess Walter, We Live in Water, is nothing less than remarkable. -As 1 read his extraordinary ending, I closed my eyes tightly to hold back the tears. The brilliant writing in im.wboy never ceases to amaze me. Eugene Nadeau Warwick, Rhode Island
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Dear Playboy
ADDITIONS AND SUBTRACTIONS
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Because 1 have always preferred the girl next door, I am disappointed to see artificially enhanced breasts on the cute, alluring and tattoo- and piercing-free Tiffany Selby {Beach Blonde, July). Turn back a few pages to your Montauk Summer pictorial, in which the breasts are all certainly real. Speaking of all-natural, I'm glad you didn't throw away the pictures of Stacey Grenrock Woods ("Look What We Found," After Hours. July). If you have hundreds, show us more.
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Dear Playboy
CHRIS TUCKER RETURNS
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Thank you for the fascinating Playboy Interview with Chris Tucker (August). I can't count the times I've read about a celebrity and thought, Why can't he use his fame and fortune to educate and enrich himself and travel? How can people with so many opportuni­ties appear to be so stupid and shallow? Tucker is a notable exception. Sera Day Tustin, California
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Dear Playboy
THE MISSING 40
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In The Open Road (July), you write, "Forty years have passed since A.J. Foyt and Dan Gurney's historic "all-American' Le Mans victory in a car called—you guessed it—the Ford GT." Actually, the car that won in 1967 was a Ford GT40 MK IV, chassis number J6. To a racing aficionado, there is a huge difference. In 2002 Ford announced its intention to reintroduce the GT40, but the company no longer owned the trademark, so Ford called it just the GT. The GT40 is a race car of the 1960s; the GT is a street car of the 2000s. The Ford GT40 won at Le Mans in 1967. Abby Remley Union, Kentucky
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BURNING RUBBER AND GREASE
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I enjoyed Seamus McGraw's article on greasy fueling (The (Ireasecar War, August). I own a modified 1978 .'MOD Mercedes-Benz diesel that burns a mixture of mostly canola and olive oils purchased wholesale for SI a gal­lon. The Germans built these engines to last forever—a design concept that includes an awareness of petroleum's finite future. As with many technolo­gies, there is more to a greasecar than feel-good marketers let on. For instance, the old story that Rudolph Diesel ran his first engine on peanut oil is true, but he also made use of the most available fuels of the day. most notably coal dust. In addition to vio­lating the Clean Air Act, folks who fuel their rides with vegetable oils or home­brewed biodiesel are liable for motor-fuel taxes. Finally, most states require you to be a licensed waste hauler to carry away restaurant grease. All that said, many exciting advances have been made, such as in synthetic die­sel fuel made from biomass (sawdust, wood scraps, rice husks, cattle bone-meal, railway ties). 1 read one article in which a Shell executive is quoted as saying of a brand of biofuel, "You can drink it. You won't feel great, but you won't die." I can't wait for that ad campaign. Synthetic diesel, which is already used in Kurope, will make its way to the U.S. soon enough.
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PLAYBOY BUNNY HUNT
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After Hours
The Olly Girls
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A PAIR OF NAKED CHEFS WHO'LL TAN YOUR HIDE
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Fleshed Out
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Admit it—you've always wanted to see Wonder Woman naked. The above sketch, by original W.W. artist H.G. Peter, is just one of the trea­sures to be found in Clean Cartoonists' Dirty Drawings, by Craig Yoe.
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After Hours
The Things They Carried
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For American soldiers in Vietnam, the Zippo lighter was an essential talisman; its chrome casing was also a convenient canvas on which fighters expressed their anger and frustration. In Vietnam Zippos, edited by Sherry Buchanan, these unique artifacts tell the story of a war gone sour. Lyndon Johnson's observa­tion that "ultimate victory will depend upon the hearts and minds of the people" inspired the gleeful savagery of "Give me your hearts and minds or I will wreck your fucking huts" (top); another soldier rephrases Psalm 23 with "Yea though I walk through the valley of the jungle of death, I will fear no evil, for I am the evilest son of a bitch in the jungle" (middle). Later, as enthusi­asm for the war ebbed, lighters feature such deep thoughts as "When the power of love is as strong as the love of power, then there will be peace" (bottom). Truer words were never engraved above a rabbit caressing a huge erection.
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His Name Is Greg, Not Earl
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THE TRUE CONFESSIONS OF A GUILT-RACKED SITCOM CREATOR
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Nittany Lioness
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PLAYBOY: What's the best thing about attending Penn State? KIMBERLEE: The campus is big and everybody is friendly. I love meeting new people, and with such a huge student body at the main campus, you can meet someone new every day. PLAYBOY: Sounds like you have strong social skills. KIMBERLEE: Yes. My major is public relations. When I gradu­ate I want to do PR for a Vegas hotel—or perhaps Playboy. PLAYBOY: When can we expect your resume? KIMBERLEE: I'm a junior now, so spring 2009. PLAYBOY: You'll need to know a lot about entertainment for men: naked women, sports....
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After Hours
The Sexy Philip Seymour Hoffman
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How white are you? I just found out I'm too white to be a Mormon. Who wins in a white-off. you or Conan O'Brien? You never win when you're this pale. How do you feel when people call you the funny Philip Seymour Hoffman? I think if you read between the lines, they're really saying I'm the sexy Philip Seymour Hoffman. Most of your act is about being white: why is the rest about food? You could have bought my other CD. Thanks for doing the research. If you were skinny and black, what would you tell jokes about? My experience on America's Next Top Model. What's the funniest food? Food is not funny; human feelings toward food are funny. Wait, I guess Hot Pockets are funny. How many Hot Pockets could you eat in one sitting? A half. No, one bite. Actu­ally, just looking at the box makes me a little queasy. What are the most kick-ass Hot Pockets? They introduce a new one every eight minutes—I have trouble keeping up. I'm waiting for the Hot Pockets cologne. What's your favorite fast-food item? That depends on where I am. In northwest Indiana it's Schoop's Hamburgers; in Wiscon­sin, Kopp's Frozen Custard. What's your favorite holiday tradition? Whoever invented mistletoe was a brilliant creep. What's the worst birthday gift you've ever received? When I was seven I got a package of hot dogs and some Dr Pepper. I loved it, which says a lot about me. What's the worst birthday gift you've ever given? I gave my wife a broom. That backfired. Have you ever belonged to a cult? I'm still on AOL, yes. Are we done here.7 Yes. Good. The first round's on us. What are you drinking? Gravy. Jim Gaffigan s latest project is Pale Force, an animated series now showing on NBC.com.
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After Hours
She Can Leave This Hat On
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What beats Li say Lohan takii a bubble bath? Arguably nothing, but when we spot­ted this photo in Los Angeles Confi­dential magazine
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Teats and Ass
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We don't need to explain Playboy TV's Hot Babes Doing Stuff Naked, do we? The
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Masterpiece
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The March 1968 issue of playboy featured an interview with Truman Capote, fiction by Italo Calvino and an attack on apathetic American liberals from British critic Ken­neth Tynan. All this and a cover pictorial by Mario Casilli called The Provocative Art of Body Painting. At the time, Senior Art Director Chet Suski (who did not work on this cover) was painting women for parties at the Playboy Mansion in Chicago. "Psy­chedelic art was very trendy," he says. "Paint-by-number kits were popular as well, and there's an element of that in this cover. Body painting was a new phenomenon, and it was done freehand. I remember being really nervous. There I was, in my 20s, painting models at the Mansion and Bun­nies at the Playboy Club. Every guy wanted to change jobs with me." This cover and other classics are available as wallpaper for your mobile phone at playboymobile.com.
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Secret Stache
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Why is this Rabbit wear­ing a mustache? Because it's not just November on college campuses—it's Movember. Growing a lip brow for charity could get you into Playboy events or win you Playboy gear. For more information visit playboyu.com/movember.
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Live Large, Look Sharp
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"Pull up in front of the Stanley Korshak store, flip the valet your keys and let the expert clothiers take care of the rest. This high-end Dallas boutique provides its customers with services usually reserved for celebrities and heads of state. If you can't find time to visit the store, an employee will make home or office appoint­ments for fittings, head-to-toe wardrobe consultations or a closet-editing session. The selection of luxury collections such as Kiton and Ralph Lauren Black Label is also a nice touch."
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Smug Index
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36% of Toyota Prius hybrid own­ers say they bought
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Bottlefield Earth
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4 out of 5 water bottles that can be recycled and reused end up as litter or in a landfill.
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Sausage Lovers
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25% of Italian women say their favorite aphro­disiac is a good salami.
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Disapproval Ratings
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From a recent Gallup Poll, the percentages of Americans who express "quite a lot" or "a great deal" of confidence in:
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$72 Million
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Paid at Christie's auction house for Andy War­hol's Green Car Crash, a new record for the artist. His Lemon Marilyn (left) was also sold, for $28 million.
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What They're Thinking
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According to a Clairol Color Attitudes Survey, 93% of blondes see themselves as being popular with men, compared with 74% of brunettes and only 64% of redheads.
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The Simpler Life
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Paris Hilton's stint in jail may have cost her $60 million: Family patriarch Barron Hilton reportedly wrote her out of his will after she was arrested.
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Trash Talk
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Americans discard 426,000 mobile phones every day.
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Hard at Work
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Not only do 87% of Australians think office dal­liances aren't unethical, 20% of them admit they've had sex at the | office during work hours.
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Real Egghead
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For $470 a pop, Catherine Zeta-Jones has her hair smeared with caviar.
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Go, Sea Cows
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The number of public schools in Florida named after George Washington: 5. The number named after manatees: 11.
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REVIEWS
[AMERICAN GANGSTER]
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Denzel Washington gets dirty as a drug kingpin
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No Country for Old Men
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(Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin) Bloodbaths and pitch-black humor mark the Coen brothers' latest. The drama unfolds after hunter Brolin comes across bullet-ventilated bod­ies and $2 million—the aftermath of a west Texas drug deal. Sheriff Jones tries to track down professional killer Bardem.
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Lions for Lambs
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(Tom Cruise. Meryl Streep, Robert Redford) Redford directs and co-stars in this drama in which he plays a poli-sci professor who urges a student not to join the military after two others are badly injured in Afghanistan. Streep plays a journalist putting the screws to Senator Cruise, a zealous supporter of the war on terror.
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Rendition
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(Jake Gyllenhaal. Reese Witherspoon, Meryl Streep) In this explosive political thriller, Gyllenhaal is an NSA analyst who wit­nesses a brutal U.S.-sanctioned interrogation of an Egyptian-born terror suspect. Witherspoon, the suspect's wife, tries to unravel the cover-up of his mysterious "disappearance."
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We Own the Night
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(Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg. Robert Duvall) This gritty drama set in the late 1980s pits Brooklyn club manager Phoenix against Wahlberg, his NYPD brother, and father Duvall, a legend­ary police chief. A drug bust that ignites a street war between the cops and the Russian Mafia forces Phoenix to choose sides.
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THE SARAH SILVERMAN PROGRAM: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON
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Greg Fagan
Television's twisted sister takes you inside her wacky world
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SPIDER-MAN 3
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Bryan Reesman
Sam Raimi amps up the
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JERICHO: SEASON 1
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Matt Steigbigel
This acclaimed TV
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THE JAZZ SINGER--80TH ANNIVERSARY 3-DISC COLLECTOR'S EDITION
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M.S.
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BLACK BOOK
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G.F.
Paul Verhoeven proves
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CASINO ROYALE
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Buzz McClair
Push play, but first
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Tease Frame
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She didn't win a Golden Globe for Norma Jean & Marilyn, but Mira Sorvino un­leashed two of her own as Monroe. Will she do the same in Reservation Road?
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SCANNER
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OCEAN'S 13 Danny (George Cloo-ney) and the boys are at it again, cre­ating havoc with an elaborate scheme to bring down orange-skinned Al Pa-cino's Las Vegas casino. It's a cool-cat cast having featherweight fun. VVV
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[MASSIVE ATTACK]
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Chris Hudak
The next generation of big-world multiplayer games explodes on the Net
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CONAN
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Brian Crecente
(360, PS3) Everyone's favor-
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NBA '08
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ORANGE BOX
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(360, PC, PS3) This
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STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT: RENEGADE SQUADRON
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EGADE SQUADRON (PSP) This portable sequel to the best-selling game is set during the time of the original film trilogy and centers on Han Solo and his band of pilots. Multiplayer-focused, it sports 16-player online gaming, 20 maps and extensively customizable characters and vehicles. VVV —John Gaudiosi
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GUITAR HERO III: LEGENDS OF ROCK
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ROCK UfaU, PS2, PS3, Wii) Ihe instant-classic faux-guitar-strumming game is back for a third round, offer­ing key features such as online play, along with a blazingly fresh slate of tunes from the Stones to the Strokes. New head-to-head "battle modes" and real rock stars round out another stellar outing, vvv'i —M.S.
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TONY HAWK'S PROVING GROUND
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Damon Brown
(360, PS2, PS3, Wn) Seventeen real-life skaters thrash their way through Philly, D.C. and Baltimore in this update of the venerable series. Pre­viously complicated slow-motion tricks are smoother this time, and winning online showdowns earns you money for gear upgrades and cooler Stunts. VVV —Damon Brown
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Playboy Interview
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Kane
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Time in a Bottle
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THE UNDISPUTED KING of all grapes, cabernet sauvignon, hails from the Bordeaux region of France. But in a testament to America's thirst for the bold and the beautiful, we now grow more of it in California. What do we look for in a California cab? The same traits we look for in women: individuality, complexity and a great body. Consider this your shopping list. Best picks for $25: Bennett Family Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Reserve 2004 is a fruity wine with black-currant and plum aromas, followed by cedar and tobacco notes. In a word, smooth. St. Francis Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma 2004 features cherry and cedar aromas wrapped around a supple texture. Best picks for $50 and under: Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley 2003 is a cabernet-heavy Bordeaux-style blend (with merlot, cabernet franc and petit verdot). It whispers French finesse but screams American dynamism, with aromas of black cherry and dark chocolate. Artesa Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Reserve 2004 bursts with spicy blackberry and cherry notes, with a vanilla-scented finish. A special-occasion wine: Hundred Acre Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Kayli Morgan Vineyard 2004 ($250) defines opulence, boasting boatloads of cassis, cherry and mocha flavors. Age it for a few years and perfect gets even better.
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Wine List
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THE WORLD'S FIVE most expensive bot­tles of vino on the market now: Chateau Le Pin Pomerol 2004 ($1,500) This magical Bordeaux comes from a tiny vineyard of
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Just in Case
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THIS PORTABLE MINI cigar bar from Max Benjamin ($295, maxbenjamin .com) is the perfect product for the mod­ern executive who likes to seal his deals the old-fashioned way—by thoroughly marinating his clients with 15-year-old scotch and then lighting them up with a quality smoke. It features a cedar-lined humidor (pictured open m
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All Hands on Desk
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MILLION-DOLLAR IDEAS strike when you least expect them. This streamlined, timelessly luxe Bottega Veneta desk, leather-lined with gunmetal accents ($19,400, bottegaveneta.com), sits ready to support your genius. The coolest feature of this stylishly fortified bunker of productivity is perhaps its three front drawers outfitted with a slow-close mechanism that gen­erously leaves those texting thumbs intact. Che bella.
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Schnell! Schnell!
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A THOUGHT OCCURRED to us as we were motoring down a windswept autobahn outside Berlin at 130 miles an hour in the car you see here: Aside from a van that had a bed in the back, we've never had this much fun in a Volkswagen. VW is billing its 2008 R32 as "the race car for everyday driving." Actually it's a tricked-out GTI with a 3.2-liter V6 that generates 250 bhp at 6,300 rpm. Its 6.4-second zero-to-60 sprintability and top end of 140-plus mph are hardly shabby. The V6 is mated to a six-speed, dual-clutch DSG automatic with paddle shifters. With this dub's lowered ride height, all-wheel drive and leechlike grip, crisp handling is its forte. Think of it as an Audi TT with a backseat for less money (base: $33,360). VW is building only 5,000 R32s for America. More info at vw.com.
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Open Face
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WE'VE SEEN SOME trippy timepieces in our day but ' none like this Reverso Trip- | tyque from Jaeger-LeCoultre ($375,000, jaeger-lecoultre .com), whose case opens to reveal a second and third dial. With an over-the-top 18 compli­cations, the watch has a tourbil-lon on the main dial, celestial complications on the second and a perpetual calendar with moon phase on the third. This could come in handy, especially if you're a lycanthropic astrologer.
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Flying Mouse
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AS TELEVISIONS YIELD to media centers, we need more precise ways to control our entertainment without leaving the couch. Between a mouse and a remote lies Logitech's MX Air ($150, logitech.com), a wireless point­ing device that can be used like a typical mouse or waved in the air like a Wii controller. Meant for manag­ing home PCs piped through your entertainment center, it's the perfect balance of precision and leisure.
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Seeing the Light
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EVERYONE HAS A LITTLE mad scientist in them-some even have big mad scientists in them. Let them out to play with lighting from Frank Buchwald's Machine Lights series (from $2,700, frankbuchwald.de). Among the most refresh­ingly twisted interior designs we've seen, these lamps are equally at home in the modern hipster's salon or Dr. Frank­enstein's lab. Each piece is made by hand in Berlin and takes four weeks to craft from hand-burnished steel and brass. Just keep an eye peeled for torch-wielding villagers.
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Everybody Into the Pool
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THE DARK BROWN leather-rimmed pool table covered in green felt is a classic. However, it will make your house look like a bar—either a dive bar or a fern bar, depending on its condition. Insulate yourself from both of these pernicious decor choices with a Waterfall pool table from Olhausen Bil­liards (from $8,250, olhausenbilliards.com). A modern mas­terpiece, it's shown here in hard maple appointed with red worsted cloth, but since each of these tables is custom-made, you can design yours down to the material on the pockets.
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TROJAN BRAND CONDOMS
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The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Advisor
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My boyfriend and I plan to get married in the near future. The problem is my parents are Ahmadi Muslims and would be averse to my marrying someone like my fiance, who is agnostic and Cauca­sian. I am also agnostic. Islam dictates that a Muslim woman marry only a Mus­lim man, as a man of another faith may lead her astray. My parents have told me many stories of families crippled by the revelation that their daughter was mar­rying outside the faith. My siblings have advised me to say nothing to my parents, even after I've taken my vows. One sister told me to move far away. I do not want to break my parents' hearts, but I don't want to break my own, either. Please understand that my parents are immi­grants who find American culture a little jarring. They are not bad people, but they are inflexible. Think of them with respect.—A.A., Fargo. North Dakota
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The Playboy Fourm
WHY DON'T LIBERALS DREAM?
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STEPHEN DUNCOMBE
DEMOCRATS DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY AMERICANS NEED SPECTACLE IN POLITICS
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CORNEL WEST TALKS RHYMES AND RACE
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Tim Mohr
HE SAYS ARTISTS CAN USE WORDS NEWSPAPERS CANT
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MARGINALIA
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FROM A TRANS­LATION of a speech by Osama bin Laden in The Al Qaeda Reader,
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Letters to the Editor
Forum
STRAIGHT-TALK EXPRESS
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In the August "Reader Response" Tim Johnson writes about the atrocity that has taken place with the Supreme Court's ruling on late-term abortion. 1 am so tired of this debate. First, both pro-lifers and pro-choicers are guilty of playing people. This issue is not "choice" or "life"—who would ever be antichoice or antilife? The issue at hand is abor­tion, specifically whether a fetus should be given the rights of an infant. It has nothing to do with women's rights. If we decided, through either a metaphysi­cal argument or scientific evidence, that a fetus possessed the rights accorded a newborn, then abortion would be illegal regardless of the fact that a fetus occupies a woman's uterus. On the other hand, if we decided a fetus is nothing more than a cluster of cells, then by all means go ahead and remove it as you would a can-
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NUKE, NUKE, NUKE
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No doubt The Playboy Fortim lent its soap­box to James Lovelock and Stewart Brand to promote nuclear power ("Greens for Nukes" and "Environmentalism's New World Order," July) for the novelty value of ostensible environmentalists advocat­ing an energy source that emits a toxic, planet-killing by-product. Illuminating and refuting the sleight of hand and omissions of fact necessary for them to do so requires more space than is available in your letters column. Lovelock and Brand have lost their way and are locked into corporate big-think, their efforts indis­tinguishable from the work of PR giants F'enn, Schoen & Berland Associates and
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Fashion Police
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Bangkok—In an effort to discourage professional-rules violations among its officers, a division of the city police force instituted a policy requiring that cops who litter, show up late for work or park illegally wear a pink Hello Kitty armband as punishment. (The depart­ment has since decided to use a Thai cartoon character to avoid legal trouble from the Japanese Kitty.) "This new twist is expected to make them feel guilt and shame and prevent them from repeating the offense, no matter how minor," said Pongpat Chayaphan, acting chief of the division. "Kitty is a cute icon for young girls. It's not something macho police of­ficers want covering their biceps." Chay­aphan, who trained with the U.S. Secret Service and Canadian police prior to his promotion, is seeking low-tech, low-cost ways to modernize his force.
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Northern Exposure
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Cambridge. Massachusetts Chastity clubs, which have proliferated at Southern colleges for years, are now beginning to appear on the campuses of Northern liberal-arts schools. Sarah Kinsella and Justin Murray, a Harvard undergraduate couple, founded True Love Revolution there last year, and similar organizations have started at Princeton and MIT, where members are asked to sign a pledge stating, "I commit myself to make an effort to live a chaste lifestyle. A chaste lifestyle involves using the gift of my body honorably and respectfully." Kinsella and Murray met at a Catholic student association, and despite avoiding religious references, their club—as well as the others—uses the predict­able language of antifemale fundamentalism, equating "dignity," "self-respect" and "empow­erment" with women denying themselves sex. Harvard's club even sent out Valentine's Day cards to every female freshman, inscribed with the message "Celebrate love, celebrate life, cel­ebrate you: Why wait? Because you're worth it." From where we're standing, it's tough to think of anything more loving, life-affirming and fulfilling than sex—and that certainly applies to women as much as to men.
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Chronic Defenders
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Washington.dc The FBI has revised its rules concerning drug use among applicants. For the past 13 years anyone who admitted to having used marijuana more than 15 times was barred from being hired. Now, as part of an effort to hire hundreds of new agents and analysts, that number has been thrown
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Wire Cutters
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Chicago—The issue of Net neutrality took cen­ter stage during a web broadcast of Pearl Jam's Lollapalooza set when AT&T, the broadcaster, muted the sound. Eddie Vedder was singing varia-
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THREAT ASSESSMENT
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THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA TREAT INEPT TERROR ATTACKS LIKE GRAVE THREATS. A LOOK AT IRA BOMBINGS PROVIDES PERSPECTIVE
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Playboy Interview
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Robert Redford
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Action! Heroes
Action! Heroes
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Rocky Rakovic
It's not easy to work both sides of the camera. Here are the best actor-directors on-screen today
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JACK DANIELS
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Features
THE PASSION OF PAUL WOLFOWITZ
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James Rosen
did not come here to fuck you," the man began. "I should hope not," the woman replied, sitting in her downtown Washington office in August 2005, astonished. "I don't need you to be fucking me."
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Pictorials
THE BONDS GIRL
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Steve Pond
A story of sex, drugs and baseball
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THE SEXUAL MALE, PART THREE: SEX ON THE BRAIN
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CHIP ROWE
nyone who has seen a friend afflicted with this thing called love can attest to the extreme discomfort it unleashes, not because the friend becomes so unbear­ably fragile but because at any moment you could be ' next. Even if you know better—that it's a chemical reaction, that she's not perfect, that the relationship will probably end badly—love is powerful enough to quickly turn a man from solid to liquid. With rare exceptions, every human falls victim, from high school to nursing home and across races and social classes. Hitler made googly eyes; Einstein went soft in the knees. Love doesn't care if you're already seeing someone. It doesn't wait until the time is right. Scientists suggest that these sudden, intense attachments are nature's way of drugging us; otherwise we would never be so stupid as to reproduce and spend our most productive, energetic years chasing, feeding and socializing ungrateful half cit­izens. Even primitive man had better things to do. As anthropolo­gist Donald Symons notes, the more powerful a feeling has evolved to be, the more difficult the goal it must be trying to achieve.
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Sex Inhaler
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For years pharmaceutical companies have been look- i ing for a synthetic aphrodisiac that does for the brain what Viagra does for the penis. The most promising candidate is bremelanotide, which was initially developed at the Uni­versity of Arizona to promote sunless tanning. When cell biologist Mac Hadley, acting as a guinea pig for his own experi­ments, accidentally took a double dose, it produced what he later described in a medical journal as "a rather immediate response"—extreme nausea and an erection that lasted more than eight hours and could not be put down even with an ice pack. As he lay in bed, miserable, his wife told him he was crazy. He replied, "I think we may become rich." Hadley took smaller amounts of the drug, suffer­ing five-hour and three-hour erections until about a tenth of his initial dose produced "a feeble wobble that could eas­ily be coaxed to a full erection with a few erotic reflections." Now in late clinical trials as a treatment for erectile dysfunc­tion, bremelanotide (formerly PT-141) is delivered via a nasal spray. While it's not clear pre­cisely how the drug affects the brain, the fact that volunteers become aroused within min­utes suggests it takes a direct route to receptors in the hypo-thalamus. And unlike Viagra, which increases blood flow to the genitals but has no effect on the brain (the chief reason the little blue pill hasn't been successful as an aphrodisiac for women), bremelanotide has the potential to leave both genders feeling zestier. If the drug is approved by the FDA, off-label use could radically change how we approach sex. Not in the mood? Just sniff.
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Why Are You Straight?
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Scientists have learned most of what they know about the global appeal of T&A by examining men who don't share your appe­tites. For much of the 20th century the medical establishment considered homosexuality to be the result of bad parenting, but most biologists now believe orientation is set in the womb. That one identical twin can be gay and the other straight would seem to rule out a completely genetic explanation. But could it be that genes set the stage and any number of other factors, yet to be identified, cause a shift in the sexual center? One compel­ling hypothesis, first presented in 1969 by neuroendocrinolo-gist Giinter Dorner, is that imbalances in the male fetus—such as unusually low levels of androgens or a gene sequence that prevents testosterone from being fully absorbed—cause the brain and the genitals to head in different directions. Dorner's hypothesis got a boost from a 2005 study conducted by scien­tists at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Led by Dr. Ivanka Savic, the team isolated two chemicals, one a derivative of tes­tosterone produced in men's sweat and the other an estrogen-like compound in women's urine. Savic had discovered through earlier experiments that these chemicals cause distinct parts of
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20Q
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GENIUSES AT PLAY
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SCOTT ALEXANDER
GAME DESIGNERS EXPLAIN THE LAWS OF ADRENALINE AND THE SCIENCE OF FUN
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HEAVY HITTERS
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Every year, the games industry tops itself, and this one is no exception. In
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TELL ME A STORY
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Notable moments from the first 20 years of digital storytelling: 1975-1976 Will Crowther and Don Woods complete the text-based Adventure, widely regarded as the first piece of interactive fiction. 1977 Infocom releases Zork, a massive, com­plex text adventure. 1980 Richard Garri-
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CONTINUE? Y/N: MORE GENIUSES ONLINE
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'here's plenty more where this came I from. Head to playboy.com/games for extended versions of the above interviews, as well as our exclusive stt-downs with the following game-industry luminaries and many others.
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OLIVIA
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Playmate
Nebraska Knockout
Lindsay Wagner, Miss November, 2007
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<p>Marvelous Miss November has us on the ropes</p>
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Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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A man and his wife were watching a box­ing match on television. The husband sighed and said, "Man, what a rip-off! It was all over in four minutes."
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Straight Talk EXPRESSED
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Two years ago, while researching a piece for playboy, veteran political analyst and author Jeff Greenfield sat down with ex-senator Fred Thompson at Thompson's home in suburban Wash­ington to talk about, well, talk-specifi­cally, why so much political rhetoric rarely reflects simple clarity and candor. Green­field, now senior political correspondent for CBS News, spent a decade working in politics-as a speechwriter for Robert Kennedy and John Lindsay and as a politi­cal consultant-before turning full-time to journalism. His most recent book, Oh, Waiter! One Order of Crow!, is an account of the contested 2000 presidential election. The on-the-record conversation took place in September 2005, well before Thompson contemplated throwing
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Fashion
COAT CHECK
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JOSEPH DE ACETIS
His coat ($1,930), sweat.
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THE ICEMAN CLEANS UP
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LUCIUS SHEPARD
AT HOME WITH CHUCK LIDDELL, THE UFC'S BIGGEST ASSET J
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Fiction
The Gunderson Prophecy
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SAM LIPSYTE
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THE BUNNIES ARE BACK
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NEW FANTASIES—IN THE FLESH AND AT YOUR SERVICE
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Sexy 2008 Calendars
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Dirty Duck
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Where & How To Buy
WHERE & HOW TO BUY
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Playboy Store
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Three Olives Company
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ZYREXIN
ZYREXIN
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SV vodka
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Panties
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Athena Institute
ATHENA PHEROMONE 10X
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RICHLEE SHOE COMPANY
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Perfect Pushup
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Meaty Myths
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The Patron Spirits Company.
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CLUB MONACO
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From her days as Cinderella at Walt Disney World to her sun-kissed im.-wuoy pictorials, Kara Monaco has always glowed in the spot­light. Now, with a guest role on the daytime
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CANNES-DO ATTITUDE
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35 YEARS AGO THIS MONTH
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Miss November 1972 Lenna Sjoobloni had many fans, but the devotion she developed in the com-
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LOOSE LIPS
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"I love to wear bustiers, always I with I heels." i
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HOT SHOT
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MY FAVORITE PLAYMATE
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"My fovorite Playmate is Miss June 1 955 Eve Meyer. She went from pinup to producer, proving beauty
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POP QUESTIONS: LINDSEY VUOLO
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Q: You recently returned to grad school and are studying in Greece. Why Greece? A: I decided to go back t< school to be more compet­itive in the workforce. A girlfriend of mine also wanted to get her mas­ter's, and she told me La Salle University offers a master's pro­gram in the Czeili Republic and Greece. 1 love Greek food and have always wanted to visit, so it seemed like the perfect opportunity. Q: What are you studying? A: I'm studying for my mas­ter's in public relations and
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STRINGING US ALONG
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PLAYMATE GOSSIP
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Playmate of the Year 1994 Jenny McCarthy was spotted frolicking with beau Jim Carrev in Hawaii.
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SINCLAIR Institute
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Home Box Office, Inc.
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Eva's Choice
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Dilemma of the day: EVA HERZICOVA drops a flower. As she bends to retrieve it, her glossy new-mommy breasts threaten to break free; simultaneously, her skirt hikes up, sharing her secret (Victoria's or less). You have time to gawk at only one potential wardrobe malfunction—which will it be?
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Sly Fox
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Should Sylvester Stallone, nearing 60, have returned to the ring last year for Rocky Balboal If an actor's vitality can be judged by the hotness of his wife (JENNIJER FLAVIN), we say yes.
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Stretch Armstrong
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We can't tell you how many letters we get asking for fourbee girls. What are four-bees, you ask? Beautiful, busty, blonde and bent like a Bavarian pretzel. Fourbee fans, meet model and contortionist OESIREE STARR.
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Revealing Interview
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CLAIRE DANES: "Go see my new movie, Stardust." MTV: "Psst! Your shirt's open." DANES: "No, it opens Friday. And it's called Stardust." MTV: "We can see your nipple." DANES: "Nope, no nipples. It's PG-13."
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Second Item About Girl Named Lily Goes Here
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This one's LILY ALLEN. Totally different. British, not Canadian. Sings dangerously catchy chick-pop; does not work at gas-compression plant. Single "Smile" topped U.K. charts in 2006.
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Booby Prize
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A LITTLE HELP
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There's only one thing better than a pet robot, and that's a pet robot that cleans your house. iRobot is the pioneer and leader in the chore-bot Field with its Roomba (vacuum cleaner) and Scooba (mopper) robots. Its new Roomba 560 ($350, irobot.com) has improved suction, a built-in talking tutorial (so you don't have to decipher its beeps), anti-tassel technology to avoid snags and a "lighthouse" control system that makes the bot clean an entire room before moving on (pre­vious models wandered wherever they pleased).
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IS THERE ANYTHING BREASTS CAN'T DO?
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Finding truly useful products is hard enough. Finding products that fulfill two needs at once is cause for a party. The geniuses behind Beer-belly's beverage-smuggling device have created a thing of beauty in the Winerack ($30, thebeer belly.com). It's a flask-bra that lets you bring booze anywhere you can bring your girlfriend and, when filled, bumps her up a couple of cup sizes. The more you drink, the smaller your pal's rack gets, but thanks to the bust-enhancing effects of alcohol, it will look the same.
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ZAPPED
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Some drink coffee for the taste, others for the kick. Now you can drink it for both. The folks behind Shock Coffee (S10 for 13 ounces, shockcoffee .com) hand-select their beans for maximum caffeine content, then roast them for the high­est caffeine yield. The result is a jump start like no other. We weren't optimistic about its taste, but to our surprise it makes a deep, flavorful tup, with dark, earthy overtones.
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LOWERING THE BOOM
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As its name would suggest, this Mini Boombox from Suck UK ($50, suck.uk.com) looks like the kind of old-school ghetto blaster you would find at a dance-off designed to resolve territorial disputes, establish romantic relations or stop a developer from demolishing your community center. But there are a few dif­ferences between it and the quasi-portable music machines of yore. First, it's small, about the size of a clock radio. Second, it takes an Ml','5 player rather than a cassette. Third, it's made of cardboard and arrives in your mailbox almost completely flat. Unfolded, it makes a fully functional battery-powered dock, with stereo speak­ers and all. Now if you'll excuse us, we have a break-off scheduled.
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COMPLETELY BAKED
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It's almost Thanksgiving—time to stuff your piehole. The Sugar Plum Fairy Baking Company (tspfbakingco.com) ships its delectable pies anywhere in the country you need them. The apple ($32) is fairy-dusted with organic sugar, while the perfectly spiced pumpkin ($32) impresses with its leaf-print crust. Turns sold separately.
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GETTING CARDED
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Playboy and Moneymaker Gaming are hosting their second Poker Camp ($10,000, playboypokercamp.com) this November. The trip includes four nights at the Palms in Las Vegas, seminars with pros such as David Williams and Chris Moneymaker, copious playtime and the chance to win up to $100,000 in cash and prizes. Then you lly to I..A. for a party at the Mansion, so you go home a winner no matter what.
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THE WRITE STUFF
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The PenAgain is a radical rede­sign of one of the most ordinary objects in the world. It's a silly idea—until you write with it. See, conventional pens and pencils require you to do all kinds of gripping with muscles that were never built for the strain. PenAgain changes your leverage points so you can use the weight of your hand to press down firmly without having to hold on tight. The original model's overhaul in polished alumi­num is called the ErgoSleek ($25, penagain.com) and starts conversations wherever it goes.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
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Board games are not about competition, they're about getting people loosened up. Issue your guests a cocktail, sit them down with Cranium Wow ($35, cranium.com) and watch where the night leads you. Aimed squarely at adults, it requires players to show their skills in a variety of areas, including sketching, sculpting, whistling, doing impressions, solving puzzles and answering trivia questions. Like our dad taught us, just say no to Yahtzee.
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THE SMART CALL
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Cordless home phones are the pack mules of technology: They"re not flashy, but they get the job done reliably enough. Well, it's time to turbocharge your burro. The base of GE's InfoLink phone (SI80, ge.com/phones) con­nects to the Internet. Set your preferences through a web browser and it will send news headlines, weather reports, sports info, stock prices and more to handsets around your house. When actually making calls, it uses the new DKCT 6.0 wireless standard, which offers interference-free talking and won't play havoc with vour Wi-Fi network.
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Next Month
Next Month
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KIM KARDASHIAN—IN THIS SEASON OF GIVING, HERE'S OUR PRES­ENT TO YOU. THE LOS ANGELES SOCIETY GIRL TURNED SEX-TAPE SIREN GRACES OUR DECEMBER ISSUE WITH A SEDUCTIVE LAYOUT.
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
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SOME IS NOT.
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