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You know the painted lady on our cover as Playmate of the Year 2005 Tiffany Fallon, but to usher you into the cover story, Sex in America, we recast her as that champion of truth, justice and American sensuality, Wonder Woman. Tiffany, a modern-day Lynda Carter, has been honing her TV skills. She appeared on The Simple Life with Paris Hilton, became a weekly co-host for the International Fight Leagues Battle­ground and accompanied her country music star husband, Joe Don Rooney of Rascal Flatts (Still Feels Good is in stores now), to numerous award shows. What's next? "I've been filming The Celebrity Ap­prentice," says Tiffany. "At first I was intimi­dated because I was one of the youngest contestants. But I brought a fresh outlook to the tasks. I can't tell you much more; you'll have to watch." If this wonderful wom­an is involved, we'll have our eyes glued.
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FREAKY FRIGHT FEST
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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
RABBIT REDUX
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I've been a subscriber since 1970 and have seen a lot of gorgeous women in 1'i.avbov, but Lindsey Roeper (The Bunnies Are Bark, November) is the first to stop me in my tracks.
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Dear Playboy
CHASING WOLFIE
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Poor I'atil Wolfowitz! (The Passion of Paul Wolfowitz. November). All he ever tried to do during his more than 30 years in Washington was steer the country's for­eign policy toward what he felt should be its top priority: the protection of Israel. The 9/1 1 attacks provided an oppor­tunity for him to doctor intelligence to implicate Saddam Hussein's Iraq, which at the time was Israel's biggest military
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THE SEXUAL MALE
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I am amused at the assertion in The Sexual Male, Part Three: Sex on the Bruin (November) that sexual attraction and romantic love can't be mutually exclu­sive. As an asexual, I don't know if I experience love to the exact neurochem-ical standards established by Helen Fisher, but I sure feel something. I have dozens of incredible relationships with women. We do everything two people can do for fun except have sex. Some­times these relationships are romantic and sometimes they're close friend­ships, but usually they reside happily in the gray area in between. Remove sex from the equation and love still has just as many amazing twists and turns. David Jay San Francisco. California
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FIGHT CLUB
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As a journalist who covers mixed martial arts, including the Ultimate Fighting Championship, J was very interested to read your profile of Chuck Liddell (The /reman Cleans Up, November). Liddell proved to have the perfect combination of pcrsonae
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EXES AND OHS
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First it was Jose Canseco's ex (The Slugger's Wife, September 2005), now Barry Bonds's ex Kimberly Bell (The Bonds Girl, November). Say what you will about steroid-abusing baseball players, they have excellent taste in women. Perhaps you should expand your search to other sports. I know cyclist Floyd Landis is still fighting doping charges, but if any of his old squeezes show up in im.-wboy, I'll take it as proof of guilt.
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Dear Playboy
YEAGLE ROCKS
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I love Dean Yeagle's lull-page car­toons but haven't seen one since the August issue. Please give us more. His cartoons are the best you publish. Henry Tripson Spearfish, South Dakota
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MIND-BLOWING READS
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To leave any of Tom Robbins's novels off a list of "trippy" books, as novelist Jonathan Lethem does in the October book reviews, is like leaving George W. Bush oil the list of worst presidents, or Terence McKenna. Timothy Leary and Jerry Garcia off the list of trippy dead people. Each page of Robbins's books is like blotter acid for the soul.
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ROBERT REDFORD
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The Playboy Interview with Robert Redtord (November) confirms my suspicion, as a middle-class girl who goes to college with the "progressive" American aristocracy, that upper-class liberals are as pretentious and. worse, as delusional as they seem. The sad irony is Redlord's own inability to recognize that more federal govern­ment—i.e., meaningless politics—is not the answer to our problems. Redlord's "minority sensibility" is nothing more than a product of the artificial two-
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Play Boy After Hours
Tara Moss
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JUST YOUR STANDARD EX-MODEL-NOVELIST
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Set Phasers to Bicker
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NERD FIGHT! TREKKIES AND STAR WARS FANS FACE OFF IN AN UPCOMING FILM
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Feeling Horny
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A RED FLAG THAT WILL GIVE HER A CHARGE
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Long Stories Short
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SICK OF HAIKU'S VERBOSITY? TRY THESE
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Scorcher in the Court
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PROVOCATIVE CHICAGO DIVORCE LAWYER CORRI FETMAN GETS QUITE A BIT MORE OFF HER CHEST
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Michael Madsen's Asia Fetish
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IT TAKES A SPECIAL GAL TO IMPRESS HOLLYWOOD'S HARD MAN
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Morning Delight
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ADULT-FILM ICON JENNA JAMESON WAKES UP ON PLAYBOY RADIO
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Go West
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NAKED HAPPY BAY AREA BEAUTIES
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Jolly Good Shops
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OVER THERE AND ONLINE
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What they're thinking
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According to a survey by WomensWallStreet.com, 11% of women desire a handwritten love letter on Valentine's Day.
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Mother's Love
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40% of all Valentine's Day cards are purchased by par­ents for their children.
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$119,000
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Winning bid at auction for a lock of hair purportedly clipped from the head of socialist revolutionary icon Che Guevara by a CIA oper­ative. Death to capitalism.
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Got to Pay Your Dues
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At the age of 25 a college graduate earns a median income that's about $16,000 more a year than that of a high school graduate. Accounting for student-loan repayment, however, the former doesn't actually net more than the latter until 14 years after graduation.
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See Dead People?
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34% of Americans believe in ghosts.
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Bridezilla vs. Hydrangea
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A Manhattan lawyer is suing a florist for delivering 22 wedding-reception center­pieces of pastel pink and green hydrangeas instead of the rust and green arrange­ments she had ordered. She paid $27,435.14 for the flowers but claims the florist owes her a little more than $400,000 for the "extreme disappointment, distress and embarrassment" she suffered. It's her husband's suffering we're worried about.
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Come Again?
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29 men have experienced a sudden loss of hearing related to the use of erectile-dysfunction drugs.
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Lug Off
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48% of adult Americans say they would rather help someone move than deal with a computer problem.
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New Bucs
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Well-Heeled
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After appearing on The Oprah Winfrey Show to promote her cookbook, Jessica Seinfeld gave the host 21 pairs of shoes that in total cost more than $16,000.
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She's Got Eggs
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A University of New Mexico study claims that lap danc­ers who are not on birth control pills earn an average of $70 an hour in tips when they're ovulating, as opposed to an average of $35 an hour when menstruating.
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Professional Perks
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According to a study pre­sented at last year's Breast Enlargement Con­ference, the nipple of the perfect female breast is situated not at the ver­tical halfway point but just 45% of the way down from the top.
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[THE BUCKET LIST]
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Nicholson and Freeman don't fear the reaper
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Be Kind Rewind
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(Jack Black, Mos Def, Mia Farrow) Director Michel Gondry's latest comedic mind bender stars Black as a junkyard worker whose accidentally magnetized brain erases the inventory of a video store owned by his pal (Mos Def). To satisfy the store's few loyal customers, the two set out to remake their favorite flicks.
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Funny Games
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(Naomi Warts. Tim Roth, Michael Pitt, Brady Corbet) The thrills mount when Michael Haneke remakes his 1997 German thriller about two young psychos who take a family hostage in a vacation cabin and terrorize them for no reason but their own sadistic kicks. It's nail-bitingly intense and not for the fainthearted.
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Rambo
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(Sylvester Stallone, Julie Benz, Matthew Marsden) Stallone returns to plunder yet another of his iconic characters, the deeply troubled Vietnam vet. This time Rambo, now living in Thailand, leads mer­cenaries along a war-torn river route to a remote village to rescue a group of humanitarian workers ambushed by Burmese soldiers.
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Fool's Gold
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(Kate Hudson. Matthew McConaughey, Donald Sutherland) There's action-adventure on the high seas when surfer and treasure hunter McConaughey convinces a billionaire to help him search for leg­endary chests of rare gold lost in the 1700s. McConaughey and wife Hudson try to outwit a competitor hunting the same booty.
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[THE GIRLS NEXT DOOR: SEASON THREE]
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Greg Fagan
Hef's triumvirate of fun keeps life bubbly at the Mansion
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THE BRAVE ONE
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Buzz McClain
Death Wish, this film aims a loaded Glock at the idea of a sublimated self surfacing after a harrowing violent act. The bloodletting is
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SUNSHINE
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Bryan Reesman
sey's grandeur with Alien's intensity, director Danny Boyle's Sunshine sends a crew of eight on a desperate mission to bomb and reienite
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TWO-LANE BLACKTOP
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Matt Steigbigel
Hellman tunes up the components of this ultimate 1971 road movie like a master
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INTERVIEW
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M.S.
rects this perverse tale based on a film by murdered Dutch director Theo van Gogh about a burnedout political journalist forced to interview a seemingly ditzy actress (Sienna Miller). Sexual tension mounts as the two
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ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
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G.F.
musical built around the Beatles catalog combines the visual audacity of Moulin Rouge.' with NBC's 1999 miniseries The '60s. It never runs out of good ideas ("I Want to Hold Your Hand" is served with unrequited lesbi­an longing). Credit the game cast for keep-
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SCANNER
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SHOOT "EM UP This hysterical romp plays like a first-person-shooter game. A ridiculous body count mounts as Clive Owen defends a newborn from Paul Gia-matti with the help of lactating hooker Monica Bellucci. Also on Blu-ray. VVV
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Tease Frame
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Diane Lane has enjoyed a lengthy and libidinous screen career, during which the talented actress has never shied away from sexually charged roles. One of our favorites is from 1999's A Walk on the Moon (pictured), in which Lane goes chas­ing waterfalls only to find herself pinned between a rock and a hard place. Catch her next in the crime thriller Untraceable as an FBI agent on the trail of a serial killer.
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[BREAKING THE LAW]
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[SLOW-MOTION REPLAY]
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For a new bunch of producers hot on vintage Euro disco, space is the place
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[HOT TUNES]
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Baby, it's cold outside. Warm up your speakers with these hand-picked tracks
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[BIOSHOCK]
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Our gorgeous and mind-blowing Game of the Year
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BURNOUT PARADISE (360, PS3)
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MX VS. ATV UNTAMED (360, PS2, PS3, Wii)
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PS3, Wii) This visceral off-road racer gains a lot in its upgraded
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A Swift Kick
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Mercedes puts its newest engineering division to the test. Hint: It passes
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Casanova's Bookshelf
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INTELLIGENCE IS THE ultimate aphrodisiac. Here are five brainy yet lubricious tomes and what to say when she mentions them sug­gestively. Milan Kundera's Unbearable Light­ness of Being: "Kundera's conflation of inva­sion and penetration is masterful." Giovanni
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Spin Different
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DIGITAL FILES TAKE all the hassle out of deejaying—you can carry 500 sets' worth of floor fillers on an iPod or mini hard drive. But cuing on a laptop doesn't match the romance
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Shooting the Moon
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FOR YEARS PHOTO purists around the world begged Nikon to release a digital SLR with an image sensor the same size as a 35-millimeter film frame. This would allow photographers to use Nikon's legendary 35-millimeter SLR lenses at their true focal length. Well, the wait is over. The D3 ($5,000, nikon.com) is a 12.1-megapixel mas­terpiece of technology and design, with a full-frame image sensor, 51-point autofocus and a beefed-up processor that can handle nine shots a second (with autofocus on, no less). Add a three-inch LCD screen and an HDMI video jack that can pipe pictures to an HDTV at 1080i resolution and you've got yourself one hell of a snapper.
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About Time
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SPACE, AS CAPTAINS Kirk and Picard have told us ad nauseam, is the final frontier. Turns out that holds for timepieces, too. Fine watchmaker Jaquet Droz has lately been attracting eyes with its subtle use of ex­otic materials like meteorite on the dial, as seen in this self-winding Chrono Monopoussoir Meteorite ($31,200, jaquetdroz.com) in white gold with an alligator strap. It displays minutes and seconds, has a chronograph function and, at 43 millimeters across, is a truly heavenly piece. Now boldly go tell time where no man has told time before.
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Soaking It In
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THE BATHTUB IS one of the most relaxing pieces of furniture in your house, but for some strange reason you insist on keeping it locked up in the John. Canadian company Flavour Design Studio hand makes its Savon love seats ($3,500 to $4,500, flavourdesign .com) by sculpting and upholstering antique cast-iron claw-foot tubs. No two are alike. Weighing upwards of 250 pounds, a Savon may constitute a substantial addition to your living room, but get­ting a beautiful woman to join you for a dip has never been easier.
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The Playboy Advisor
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Lately I have found myself addicted to granny porn. I am in my early 40s and have an active sexual relationship with a beautiful woman my age. But when surf­ing for porn I always look for much older women. While shopping at Lowe's I met a woman in her late 60s who had ques­tions about tile. I told her that if she did not live far, I could take a look at her bath­room. When we got to her townhouse she offered me a drink. I made a move and soon we were on the bed. The moment I slid a linger into her she began to come. We started to fuck, but after she came a second time I felt great disgust. I could not believe 1 was with a woman who could be my mother. I faked an orgasm so I could leave (she told me she had felt it). I went home, found some granny porn online and masturbated. I have resumed sex with my 40-year-old lover but am thinking about calling my granny mistress even though I will need Viagra to get hard with her. I love old-lady porn but not old-lady sex. What the hell is wrong with me?—D.E., Washingtonville, New- York
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CALENDAR
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article
39
39,40
Article
The Playboy Forum
MY APOSTASY
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JOHN BANVILLE
RELIGION HAS LONG CONTROLLED THE LIVES OF MEN AND WOMEN, BUT IT'S POSSIBLE FOR US TO ESCAPE
200050_20080201_000079.xml
article
40
40,41
Article
Forum
UNPROTECTED SPEECH
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Dean Kuipers
USING A BOGUS GREEN SCARE TO SUBVERT FREEDOM
200050_20080201_000080.xml
article
41
41,43
Article
Forum
MARGINALIA
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FROM A PRESS
200050_20080201_000081.xml
article
42
42
Letters to the Editor
Forum
ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL
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In reaction to Jonathan Tasini's "Israel Shouldn't Get a Free Pass" (October), 1 want to stress that an apartheid state is one in which a racial minority rules over a racial majority without regard for the human and civil rights of that majority. This in no way describes Israel. There are four Arab Knesset members and
200050_20080201_000082.xml
article
42
42
Letters to the Editor
Forum
THE CRIMSON LETTER
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"Northern Kxposure" ("News-front," November), which cites grow­ing numbers of chastity clubs at Northern liberal-arts colleges and universities, is chilling and confound­ing. Since when does the use of one's body "honorably and respectfully" equate to abstaining from one of the body's primary functions, sexuality? There's a big gap between promiscu­ity and chastity. Treating sexuality like a prize is archaic and demean­ing to both sexes. It harks back to when a woman was considered her
200050_20080201_000083.xml
article
42
42
Letters to the Editor
Forum
DREAMING IS FREE
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Stephen Duncombe is right when he says Democrats don't understand why Americans need spectacle in politics, but he's wrong to say Demo­crats don't dream ("Why Don't Lib­erals Dream?" November). In fact, if anything. Democrats are idealists. They fail to appreciate that going for the gut works better than going for the brain. The Swift boating of John Kerry is proof. The Republicans understand that dumbing down the
200050_20080201_000084.xml
article
43
43
Article
Forum
Invasion of Privacy as Art
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Berlin A traveling exhibition featur­ing mementos of breakups is a hit in Europe. The Museum of Broken Relationships, established in Zagreb, Croatia, has toured in the former Yugoslavia and received a wealth of objects for a new stop in the German capital. The items for each show are lent or donated—along with an expla­nation of their implications—by locals anxious to have their breakups me­morialized in public. Among materi­als submitted for the Berlin exhibition are a wedding dress and an ax used to chop up furniture an ex-girlfriend had left behind. "It's such a nice, simple idea because everyone can relate to it," says Zvonimir Dobrovic, an organizer. "It's not pretentious. It's interactive, a place where people can present their own stories."
200050_20080201_000085.xml
article
43
43
Article
Forum
No Trespassing
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Washington, d.c. A consortium of privacy and consumer organizations has demanded the Federal Trade Commission create a Do Not Track List for Internet users, similar to the Do Not Call List already available to avert telemar­keting calls; created in 2003, the Do Not Call List has 145 million registered phone numbers. Using cookies and other tracking devices, on­line advertising companies can tailor ads to Internet users' viewing habits. This past year Google, Yahoo and Microsoft inked deals to acquire such businesses. The proposal by the consortium—which includes the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Consumer Federation of America and the Center for Democracy and Technology—would require independent audit­ing of any firm that employs behavioral tracking of Internet users, to ensure privacy standards are maintained. It would also ban advertisers from using health or financial information in their tracking and prohibit the collection and use of any personally identifiable information.
200050_20080201_000086.xml
article
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Article
Forum
Textbook Meets Facebook
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Tallahassee. Florida Citing prawfsblawg.blogs .com, Harvard-based blog Info/Law reported that a Florida State University law professor began classes this past fall by having students read their Facebook profiles aloud. "The girl whose hobby was 'being slutty' was particu­larly embarrassed," according to the blog.
200050_20080201_000087.xml
article
43
43
Article
Forum
Revenge of Egalitarianism
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Washington, d.c Though the issue of Net neu­trality lost visibility after the midterm elections,
200050_20080201_000088.xml
article
43
43
Article
Forum
Not Easy Being Green
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London A study conducted by researchers from the U.K., Switzerland and the U.S. shows
200050_20080201_000089.xml
article
44
44
Article
Forum
UNNECESSARY TOUGHNESS
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TIM MOHR
THE NFL HAS NO BUSINESS TESTING PLAYERS FOR RECREATIONAL DRUGS
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article
45
45,46,47,48,49,50,52
Playboy Interview
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Matthew McConaughey
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Michael Fleming
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47,48
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JAMESONWHISKEY
Whiskey
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JAMESONWHISKEY
Whiskey
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200050_20080201_000093.xml
article
50
50
Article
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Leave Matthew Alone
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Rocky Rakovic
<p>He's been photographed topless more limes than Pam Anderson: The dude hangs out at the beodi and runs a lot, two activities thai don't warrant wearing o shirt. We aren't against eye candy (though we prefer the fairer sex), but must we get a blog-ger update every time he hits the sand? ;m:</p>
200050_20080201_000094.xml
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Nutrisystem
Nutrisystem
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52
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Plaboystore
Femlin Book
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200050_20080201_000096.xml
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53
53
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PLAYBOY store
CENTERFOLD PRINTS
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200050_20080201_000097.xml
article
54
54,55,56,57,58
Article
Features
SEX IN AMERICA
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FRANK LUNTZ
7hIS YEAR AMERICANS WILL ARGUE ABOUT pni ICY & PHILOSOPHY
200050_20080201_000098.xml
article
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57
Article
Features
THE WEST COAST ROCKS
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Hands down, the sexiest region of the U.S. in activity and behavior is the Pacific. It comes in first on virtually al the key sexuality indicators. But inter­estingly, though people there have sex with the most partners and with the most variety, they do not say they are happiest with their sex life. In fact, only 21 percent of respondents from the Pacific region say they are very satisfied with their sex life. This puts them second to last, just barely ahead of the Northeast. (On a related note, only 24 percent of Pacific residents say they are very satisfied with their life overall—again just barely ahead of the Northeast. Which region is happi­est overall? The South, with 31 percent very satisfied with their life.)
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article
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61,60,62,68,118,63,64,65
Article
Pictorials
IRISH McCALLA
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LEONARD MALTIN
Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, Without Her Wrap
200050_20080201_000101.xml
article
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66,67
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Features
PEACE THROUGH POLE DANCING
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PATTON OSWALT
How dating a stripper will improve any relationship
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article
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article
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71,70,72,130,131,132,133,134,137,138
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Features
SAVING LOS ANGELES
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JOE DOMANICK
s he moves through the ballroom of the San Jose Marriott Hotel, a scrum of reporters and camera crews circles William Bratton, pep­pering him with questions and photograph­ing his every step, leaving no doubt he is truly America's superstar cop. Dressed in a well-tailored navy-blue suit, crisp white shirt and red necktie, the 60-year-old Los Angeles police chief is calm in the face of the media swirl, coolly answering ques­tions in clipped paragraphs punctuated by his thick, long-voweled Boston accent. His resume is impressive and well-known. A for­mer working-class boy from Boston, he rose to become that city's nationally renowned police commissioner at the age of 45. In the mid-1990s he took over New York's police department and helped transform that city from one of the most crime-ridden in America to one of the safest. In the process he became known—and billed himself—as "America's top cop." His image was embla­zoned on a 1996 Time magazine cover as the face of hope for an America obsessed with urban violence—a face demanding that
200050_20080201_000104.xml
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200050_20080201_000105.xml
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74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81-82-83,84,85
Playmate
Pictorials
Michelle McLaughlin, Miss February, 2008
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<p>Miss February wishes you a happy Valentine's Day</p>
200050_20080201_000106.xml
article
86
86
Article
Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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What's more romantic than roses on a piano?
200050_20080201_000107.xml
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Fiction
HOLY MAN
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F.X. TOOLE
CVCKY IKAINbK
200050_20080201_000109.xml
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91
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200050_20080201_000110.xml
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92,93
Article
Features
UP IN SMOKE
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STICKS AND ACCESSORIES FOR THE CIVILIZED PUFFER
200050_20080201_000111.xml
article
94
94,95,96
Article
Features
21 SEXIEST COMMERCIALS OF ALL TIME
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JOSEF ADALIAN
IN HONOR OF THIS YEAR'S CROP OF SEXED-UP SUPER BOWL TELEVISION ADS, WE SALUTE THE...
200050_20080201_000112.xml
article
97
97
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article
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98,99,100,101,102,103
Article
Fashion
PLAYBOY'S DESIGNER OF THE YEAR TOMAS MAIER
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joseph de acetis
Confidence is the defining characteristic of Tomas Maier and Bottega Veneta, the brand he has brought back to vibrant life since being in­stalled as creative director in 2001. Returning to the artisanship at the
200050_20080201_000114.xml
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105
105,104,116,118
20Q
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Rachel Bilson
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Stephen Rebello
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article
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107,106,108,109,110,111,112,113,114,115
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Pictorials
THE Women OF HOOTERS 2008
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An unobstructed view of our favorite neighborhood bar and girls
200050_20080201_000116.xml
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MAXODERM
VIVAXA
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Better sex
VIDEO SERIES
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200050_20080201_000121.xml
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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200050_20080201_000122.xml
advertisement
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Patron Spirits Company
SILVER PATRON
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advertisement
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Perfectpushup
Fitness tool
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advertisement
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PlayboyStore
Club Bunny
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advertisement
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Panties
Nightie
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MEATY Myths
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Libitrol
Libitrol
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Where & How To Buy
WHERE & HOW TO BUY
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Below is a list of retailers and manufacturers you can contact for information on where to find this month's merchandise. To buy the apparel and equipment shown on passes 28, 31—32, 98-103 and 142-143, check the listings below to find the stores nearest you.
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Divine Incline
LIBERATOR
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advertisement
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Curves
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Notes and News
MESSAGE OF HOPE
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A I lollywood star as beautiful and talented as they come. Playmate of the Near 1994 Jenny McCarthy would seem to have it made. But even the most fortunate are not exempt from life's challenges. In 2004, when her son
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Notes and News
35 YEARS AGO THIS MONTH
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Having grown up surrounded by the entertainment industry, California girl Cyndi Wood
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Notes and News
LOOSE LIPS
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"Ladies, think twice before you tattoo your significant other's name anywhere on
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Notes and News
FLASHY NUMBER
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Notes and News
HOT SHOT
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Notes and News
MY FAVORITE PLAYMATE
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George Stults
—from 7th Heaven
200050_20080201_000141.xml
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Notes and News
POP QUESTIONS: LOUANN FERNALD
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Q: Several years after you became Miss lune 1979 you went to law school and
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Notes and News
BEBE PLASTER CASTER?
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Miss November 1974 Bebe Buell is known for o few things. One, of course, is her Centerfold appearance in playboy. Another is her love of rock stars, most prominently Steven Tyler and Todd Rundgren. She's also known for generously providing us with her
200050_20080201_000143.xml
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Notes and News
PLAYMATE GOSSIP
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Miss February 2001 Lauren Michelle Hill and Miss December 2001 Shanna Moakler appeared on
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ZYREXIN
ZYREXIN
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Grapevine
Here's Your Valentine's Day Gift
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No, not TERA PATRICK—her lin­gerie line, Mistress Couture. Give your special someone " i gift that says "I you. Let's have hot porn-star sex."
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Grapevine
Hold It Right There
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If TRICIA HELFER's pictorial was a highlight of your 2007,
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Grapevine
Naturbusen
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That's German for "natural breasts." What's German for "blonde beauty with big fluffy NaturbusenV MARIA VALETA.
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Grapevine
Strangely, Not Having Twins
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Pregnancy's onset can bring nausea, lethargy and intimate ailments we won't describe. But HALLE BERRY isn't letting it get her down—as they say, when life hands you fertilized eggs, show off your hucvos grandes.
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Grapevine
Made From Potatoes
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Smirnoff vodka: good. Vakov Smirnoff: bad. Dancing With the Stars' KARINA SMIRNOFF'S ass: very, very good. Two out of three ain't bad.
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Grapevine
Peeling Out
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Motorhead BREE ANDRE writes for Jeep fan site jpmagazine.com, rides a "sweet"
200050_20080201_000153.xml
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Grapevine
Still a Goddess
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Ever since John Mal-kovich coaxed her out of her nightie in Dan-tferous Liaisons, we've loved UMA THURMAN. She was 18 then—and that was 20 years ago. Shakti be praised!
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Potpourri
WISH YOU WERE HERE
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Movie geeks—sorry, "film bulls"—are just as ob­sessed as sports fanatics, but they have fewer accepted ways to show their love. You can wear a Raiders cap almost any­where, but a Pirates of the Caribbean jacket reads "I have no life. Please punch me." Luckily, the U.K.-based company Last Exit to Nowhere (lastexittonowhere.com) understands both the urge to represent and the need for discretion. Its faux souvenir tees cost around $40 and reference such fictional places and entities as the Tyrell Corporation (Blade Runner), Camp Crystal Lake (Friday the 73//i),'the USCSS Nostromo (Alien) and Amity Island (Jaws). So you'll be pegged as a movie nerd only by the like-minded— at least until Last Exit makes one for Adams College.
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DULY NOTED
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There's no denying that some of the world's best writers—Hemingway. Faulkner. Joyce—worked best on the sauce. Paul Smith celebrates the time-honored tradition with this leather "wallet" (about S:<")0. paulsmith.co.uk) that conceals a flask, notepad and pencil. The way we see it. even if you're no master oi letters, some quick note taking will at least allow you to recall the name of the lit major you wake up with in the morning.
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Potpourri
VIDEO? PUT IT ON MY CARD
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Apple may hog the headlines, but Creative has been innovating in digital audio and video players for almost a decade. Its latest trick: shrinking the size of a video player without shrinking the size ofihe screen. Though it sounds improbable. I he new Creative Zen (creative.com) has the same size screen as last year's hefty Zen Vision:M player, but thanks to flash memory and design wizardry, it's tiny—smaller than a stack of eight credit cards. It's available in four- ($\'M)). eight- (S200) and Ki-gigabyte (5250) capacities, has a built-in KM tuner and a simple, intuitive interface and handles audio, video and photos flawlessly.
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VALENTINE'S DAY DONE RIGHT
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Forget flowers. You'll have more fun and get more action with some champagne and a Few games. Sex Scratthers ($9), a spoof of scratch-oil lottery tickets, could win you a million-dollar quickie. For the more forthcoming, there's Truth or Dare (SI7). Roll the die, pull a card and put your tongue to work. Alternatively, develop your command of sensual touch using the 50-count Frolic Massage Deck ($15). All are available at chroniclebooks.com.
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CACTUS POWER
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We're fans of a little pick-me-up in our beverage, but most energy drinks taste like crud and are packed with sugar and chemicals. We had almost given up on the concept when we found Sy/mo (S3 a can. syzmo.com), a USDA-certilied-organic concoction sweet­ened with agave nectar instead of corn syrup. It packs a be­guiling lift that doesn't make us jittery. What's more, the three flavors (original, passion fruit and prickly pear) are all delicate and well-balanced and work either as mixers or all by themselves.
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THE MADNESS OF KING GEORGE
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Most comedians have an extremely short shelflife, either losing their funny bone or self-destructing. Be thankful, then, for the exceptions, chief among them George Carlin. He has been making humans laugh at their own foolishness for more than 40 years and is still at the top of his game. For a refresher on what morons
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WHAT A TOOL
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In its 25 years in the game, l.eathcrman has learned a thing or 50 about how to design tools. And the company puts all those tricks to use in the Skelelool CX ($96, leatherman.com), an asym­metrical masterpiece whose every square millimeter serves a purpose. Whether it's the multibit driver with extra heads stored in the handle, the knife blade that's accessible when the tool is closed or the carabincr clip that doubles as a bottle opener, it's by far the most useful live ounces you'll ever carry.
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COMPARTMENTALIZING YOUR ISSUES
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playboy may be the most collected magazine in the world. But over the decades those old editions start to eat up serious real estate. Recently playboy teamed with Bondi to transfer every issue to the elegant (not to mention searchable) DVD-ROM format. The first edition of Playboy Cover to Cover spans the 1950s and includes a paper reprint of the inaugural issue, as well as a smart 224-page coffee-table book. At only $100, that's about a dollar a Plavmate
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REAL VIRTUAL REALITY
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The sci-fi of the 1990s promised us a virtual-reality playgiound, but it has been slow in coming—the big obstacle to VR nirvana being a quality 3-D goggle setup that costs less than a grand. Welcome to the metaverse. The iVVear VR920 ($400. vu/ix .com) displays images from your computer in 2-D or 3-D and has a head-tracking function (hat lets you look around virtual worlds by simply turning your head. Best of all, it weighs only slightly more than a pair of shades. Added bonus: No one else on the plane can see what you're watching.
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THE SEX AND MUSIC ISSUE—PLAYBOY EXPLORES ALL GENRES-ROCK, HIP-HOP, INDIE, BLONDE. REDHEAD, BRUNETTE—TO SHOWCASE THE HOTTEST MUSIC, VIDEOS AND WHATEVER ELSE WE CAN CLAIM FOR OUR DOMAIN.
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