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Rather than hire a ruggedly handsome male model for this month's fashion shoot, we elected to photograph a real guy. And when we looked around, no one looked more real than Conor Hogan, our very own junior staffer. After we dragged him from his cubicle and sharpened his sense of style we turned him over to photogra­pher Susan Anderson for the appropriate finishing touches. Her most recent book, Pom for New Moms, collects images of (well-)dressed men caught acting courte­ously. "Women don't want naked men," Anderson says. "They want a sharp-look­ing, chivalrous guy. I'm old-fashioned in that I think every man should look like Cary Grant." As Dressing Conor shows, Anderson favors formality and classic style. "Dressing well and being consider­ate are things a man can do that will make women do anything for him."
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES
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HANGIN' WITH HEF
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SKECHERS
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Dear Playboy
WHITE KNIGHT
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Garry Kasparov (Playboy Interview, March) needs to know there is a presi­dential candidate bold enough to chal­lenge Vladimir Putin. Like President Bush, ]ohn McCain looked into Putin's eyes. But instead of a soul, he saw three letters—K(jB.
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HIGH ANXIETY
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Tht' Medical Marijuana Murder covers important ground but also perpetu­ates unfortunate misconceptions. Peer-reviewed studies make clear that marijuana provides relief for some conditions for which conventional treatments regularly fail. While it is true that marijuana is not a proven
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THE JEWEL OF TANZANIA
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It seems as if somebody writes every month to say so-and-so is absolutely the hottest woman they have ever seen.
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THE MOUTH THAT ROARED
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Your 20(1 witn ^harli-s Barkley (March) is awesome. He has always been my favorite athlete for his no-bullshit approach. His only blemish was his bad aim when, as a 76er, he tried to spit on a
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DID WE MISS A FEW?
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It's great to see Jennifer Love Hewitt has finally, rightfully been included in Playboy's 25 .SY.viV.s7 Celebrities (March) and Paris Hilton has not. You did well this year, though I would swap Britney for Lindsay Lohan.
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DEFENDING SARAH
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You published a letter in March from a reader who feels there is hid­den "dirt" regarding Sarah Silvermans success. My friends and I became fans of Silvermans ollbeat comic sensibili­ties long before we heard of |immv Kimmel. Is it still news that a woman can be successful on her own merits? I can't wait to see what she does next. Geoff Becker Austin, Texas
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SPOT THE BUNNY
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I found (his in a bag of L'tz potato chips and thoughl I Iff and the Play­mates would get a laugh.
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SEX, POLITICS AND PLAYBOY
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I enjoyed the SV.v in America survey (February), though I wasn't surprised to read on Playboy.com that 57.3 percent of respondents thought Republic,ins pay for sex more often and 32.7 percent thought Democrats do. Republicans as a rule expect to pay someone to provide a service for them, while Democrats expect services lo be free or subsidized. Why should sex be any different? Joe Quinn North Andover, Massachusetts
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After Hours
Layla Kayleigh
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A ONE-WOMAN ATTACK OF THE SHOWS. THREE OF THEM
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Pedals to the Metal
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WHEN THE GREEN FLAG WAVES AT THE INDIANAPOLIS 500 ON MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND, FEARLESS DRIVERS WILL BE GUNNING FOR VICTORY AT UNGODLY SPEEDS. HERE'S A LOOK AT INDY'S QUALIFYING LAP RECORD THROUGH THE YEARS
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Can a Pretty Girl Make a Movie Funnier?
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Comedy will be king at the box office this summer, and in case you haven't noticed, America's leading funnymen aren't getting any younger. Frankly, we didn't find most of them that sexy to begin with. June's bie releases mav need a lot of help from babes to overcome flimsy plots.
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Pole Position
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STRIP-CLUB OWNER LOTTIE SELSOR TAKES IT OFF
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The Salty Dog
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For the dipsophile—the lover of drink—Everyday Drinking: The Distilled Kmgsley Amis is highly recommended reading. A guide to beer, bitters and everything in between, it's crustily informative as only a late British novelist can be. Amis's frank instructions for making simple syrup, for example, begin, "Down a stiff drink and keep another by you to see you through the ordeal...." Many
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Perfect Party Discs
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THREE FLAVORS OF OLD SOUL FOR THREE KINDS OF SUMMER SOIREE
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Man Food Delivered to Your Door: Boiled Crawfish
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JUNE IS THE LAST MONTH OF CRAWFISH SEASON. GET 'EM BEFORE THEY'RE GONE
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Welcome Buck
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To call bucks maligned would be harsh, so we'll euphemize by saying the quintessential college-preppy shoes are primed for a comeback. You may be surprised at how many shoe manufacturers are mak­ing bucks these days—like almost all of them. So don't call it a comeback. This is no time for excess; it's a time for belt-tightening and multitask­ing. That works for the buck and for the man who can't agonize over footwear: A pair of light-colored bucks will go with just about any trouser you wear from now until October.
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Carlos Mencia Is Not Running for President
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BECAUSE IF HE WERE, HE COULDN'T SAY ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
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Got What It Takes to Song This Bird?
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PLAYBOY.COM HAS TIPS ON PICKING UP FOREIGN LADIES
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It Gives You Ears
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In case you hadn t noticed, we re in the midst of an energy crisis. People are pooping out at parties—and someone's gotta do something about it. If you're not sure you'll last the night, down a Playboy Energy Drink for a boost, playboyenergy.com
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Ask Some Hookers
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WHO AMONG OUR NATION'S GOVERNORS IS HOT? WHO'S NOT?
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Housemates
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BOY MEETS GIRL MEETS BOY, ETC.
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What they're thinking
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A DatingDirect.com survey found that women think about sex 34 times in an average workday.
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It's Actually Quite a Bit Unusual
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Tom Jones has insured his chest hair for almost $7 million.
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A Dog's Life
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RNL Bio Company in Seoul, South Korea will clone your dog for $150,000.
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The winning bid at auction for the original cover drawing of Robert Crumb's Mr. Natural #i, making it the first piece of underground comic art to sell for more than six figures.
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Left Behind
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There are 2,387 juve­niles in the U.S. serv­ing life sentences with no parole. In Israel, the only other country that sentences juveniles to life terms, there are 7.
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Elite Models
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While only 8% of American women have an hourglass fig­ure—wherein the waist mea­sures at least 9 inches less than the bust— most new clothes are designed to fit that shape.
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Spinal Zap
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The projected price of a new medical proce­dure to implant elec­trodes in a patient's spine to mechanically induce orgasm is $12,000.
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Doubling Up
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The rate of twins in all births has risen 70% since 1980, due to the success of multiple in vitro fertilized eggs.
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Cruise Control
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The number of licensed 16-year-old drivers nationwide dropped to 30% in 2006 from 44% in 1998, according to the Federal Highway Administration.
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On November 29, 2007 the number of cell phone accounts worldwide reached 3.3 billion, or 1 for every 2 people alive.
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Green Arches
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A Big Mac, fries and a coffee contain a total of about 20 dif­ferent species of plant life.
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Dead Last
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The rank of the United States among the leading 19 indus­trialized nations in preventing deaths with timely access to professional health care: 19th.
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Serial Monogamy
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[INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL]
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The seminal swashbuckler finally returns
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Sex and the City
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(Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall. Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis) The long-running HBO series has been off the air since 2004, but now it's blown up for the big screen with its cast in­tact. The flick picks up the erotic crises of the four postfeminist Manhattan heroines a few years after the show's finale.
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The Incredible Hulk
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(Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth. William Hurt) This reboot of Marvel's superhero tale sends physicist Norton hunting for an antidote to the gamma radiation that has unleashed his inner angry monster. His ex (Tyler), a ruthless military man (Hurt) and a brilliant rival monster (Roth) pursue him with differing agendas.
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You Don't Mess With the Zohan
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(Adam Sandier, Rob Schneider. Emmanuelle Chriqui) Sandier plays Israel's top Mossad agent, who, fed up with his violent life, fakes his death and heads to NYC. There our hero be­comes a hairstylist famed for giving female clients a little extra something, until his enemies track him down and ruin the party.
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The Happening
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(Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel. John Leguizamo) Things go bump in the night and in the daytime, too, in the latest scary addition to M. Night Shyamalan's oeuvre. Wahlberg plays a teacher who goes on the run with his family when an environ­mental disaster threatens to engulf—and possibly end—the world.
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[CALIFORNICATION]
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David Duchovny plays everyone's favorite sex addict
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I'M NOT THERE
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Matt Steigbigel
postmodern biopic takes a kaleidoscopic look at the many personae of Bob Dylan. Most striking is Cate Blanchett's turn
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SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE: SEASON THREE
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This set boasts the show's prime time (1977) with the Coneheads, the Blues Brothers, et al. Hef hosts an episode and opens with a
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THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
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1964 gem, which follows the same story as Gladiator, is one of the most satisfying
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RAMBO
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Gilbert Macias
hero returns and ventures into war-torn Burma with some mercenaries to rescue aid workers from sadistic Burmese soldiers. AveraginR a reported 2.59 kills a minute, this
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CASSANDRA'S DREAM
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Buzz McClain
Allen's worst nightmare: less than $1 mil­lion in box office and little critical love. Still, this mash-up of Dostoyevskian guilt and Shakespearean familial devotion is perfect date bait, with Ewan McGregor and Colin Farrell as likable brothers who commit a desoicable crime. After Allen's Match
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SCANNER
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GREG THE BUNNY: THE FILM PARODIES, VOL. 2 Puppets Greg, Warren, Count Blah and peeps mock David Lynch, Mel Gibson and more on their post-Fox series on IFC. The extras are often even funnier. ¥¥'/2
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Tease Frame
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The more we see of Radha Mitchell, the more we want to. The underappreci­ated Aussie actress stands out in movies like High Art, Silent Hill and Pitch Black. As you can see in this pic­ture from Feast of Love, Radha is a ful­filling main course. Catch her next as a nurse who saves orphans in the histori­cal drama The Children of Huang Shi.
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[BRING THE HAMMER DOWN]
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You're a giant Viking. What are you going to do, not pillage?
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SAM & MAX: SEASON TWO (PC)
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Scott Alexander
2006 Telltale has been releasing bite-size chunks of Sam and Max's point-and-click adventures, one of the few examples of a successful "episodic" game. This lat­est compilation contains the five episodes that constitute the second season and has the duo solving crimes that involve vam­pires, ravers, vampire ravers and of course
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IRON MAN (360, PC, PS2, PS3, Wii)
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Chris Hudak
Movie tie-in games are orten a aicey ai-fair. Happily, Iron Man acquits itself de­cently, featuring voice work from the film's cast along with the ability to put Tony Stark's big metal American boot in the ass of several bad guys, both for­eign and domestic. Quality combat and flight mechanics keep Iron Man free of
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BATTLE OF THE BANDS (Wii)
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S.A.
Hill fans, note: "Insane in the Brain" sounds amazing played by a mariachi band. The country version is also excel­lent. A mash-up of the two? Sublime. The absurdly entertaining premise here is that you and a friend control opposing bands performing the same song in con­flicting genres—from metal to marching.
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NBA BALLERS: CHOSEN ONE (360, PS3)
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PS3) We II taKe Lebron, rvooe ana pais piay-ing in blinged-out mansions and penthouse rooftops over arena games any day. This b-ball romp lets you create a character for career mode or play friends in one-on-one, two-on-two or the uber-hectic one-on-one-on-one. The visuals are hot, as is Chuck D's commentary. Although the controls are
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[LOVE ME TWO TIMES]
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Scott Stein
Missed these great titles? Here's your second chance at bliss
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[TALES OF FAME AND INFAMY]
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Do we all share the blame when good men die young?
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THE CHRIS FARLEY SHOW
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Carmela Ciuraru
In The Chris Farley Show, editors Tom Farley Jr. (Chris's older brother) and Tanner Colby offer an oral history chronicling the explosive comedian's manic journey to Saturday Night Live stardom and his 1997 death at 33 of a drug overdose. Farley had no shortage of sup­port, and admirers such as Chris Rock and Alec Bald­win marvel at his energy and devotion. Yet Farley resisted moderation and multiple interventions from family and friends. The compilation of direct quotes from his loved ones makes for powerful reading and provides a more forceful
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[THE KOOKS KRONIKLES]
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This U.K. band is succeeding where so many have failed—here in America
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[HOT TUNES]
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Sipping an icy cold beverage on the deck? You'll need some summer music, too
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Mantrack
Vicious Vette
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Say hello to the fastest, most powerful, most expensive Corvette ever made
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Mantrack
Mega Multitasker
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YOU EXPECT A GPS system to tell you where to go. You may even expect it to play music or show video. You don't expect it to respond when you speak to it. That's because you haven't met Pioneer's AVIC-F500BT (pioneerelectronics.com). Tell it you're heading home and up pops a map. Dock your iPod and say "Led Zeppelin," and Physical Graffiti starts blasting. Bluetooth-synching your phone and saying "Call Mom" con­nects you with someone to tell you to turn it down. With the
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Mantrack
Classic Cuts
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THE ESSENTIAL NATURE of a Swiss Army Knife is to be multifarious, but complexity is also its fatal flaw. /
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Mantrack
Digital Amphibian
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PUNISHING A CAMCORDER is easy: Take it to the beach. You may want to capture the majesty of those migratory herds of wild bikini, but the gnarly combination of sand and saltwater is the natural predator of the species Handheldius videoticus. Avoid the heartache of seeing your shooter turn into an expensive paperweight by carrying Panasonic's SW20 ($400, panasonic.com), which is dust-proof, shockproof and waterproof up to five feet. Being tough doesn't mean it's light on features, with a lOx opti­cal zoom, 2.6-inch display and start-up time of about half a second.
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Mantrack
(Ex)Tending Bar
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HISTORIANS HAVE LONG debated whether Christopher Columbus or Juan Ponce de Leon discovered the Caribbean islands of Turks and Caicos, but all agree it's a bitch to vacation down there on a professor's salary. Take the Grace Bay Club, for instance, a posh 11-acre beachfront resort on the island of Providenciales. During high season the cheapest room in the place goes for $900 a night (gracebayclub.com), or you can dump some serious cash into an offshore account (the one belonging to Grace Bay Club) and rent a penthouse suite for eight grand. Exotic amenities include Egyptian terry-cloth towels and Turkish stone flooring, as well as two world-class eateries and the longest bar in the Caribbean (pictured). Best of all, there's nary a pasty-skinned historian in sight.
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Mantrack
Free of Charge
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CHARGING BATTERIES IS the gadget equivalent of the bathroom break. But while trips to the John don't require a special cord to get the job done, gadgets aren't so lucky. That is, unless you have a WildCharge adapter ($35, wildcharge.com) on your RAZR, BlackBerry or iPod, in which case you just lay it on a WildCharge pad to juice up. One pad ($60) will charge up to five gadgets at once, and adapters for more devices are in the works.
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PROXIMITY BODYFRAGRANCE
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Mantrack
Court Drama
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CALLED FROZEN SMOKE, aerogel is the lightest solid ever created. Though 99.8 percent air, it's also an effective insulator (it's used on spacecraft) and extremely strong. Dunlop has put the stuff in its lat­est rackets, enabling the company to create a high-stability ax that is exceptionally light and easy to control. James Blake currently clubs fools with the 2Hundred, shown here ($170, dunlopsport.com).
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Mantrack
Final Draft
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IF YOU'RE GOING to do just one thing, you had better do it really well. Heineken's mini keg has been on the market for a while, and now Krups has created the BeerTender ($300, heineken .com) to go with it. As you'd hope, this almost unnervingly purpose-built appliance chills and dispenses beer really well. Heineken's mini kegs feature an innovative system that keeps the interior air-free, allowing the beer to stay fresh for a month. But if beer routinely sticks around your house that long, you're probably not in the market for this wondrously specific device.
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Mantrack
Gadget Cannibalism
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HEADPHONES GET HUNGRY sometimes. Take this pair, for exam­ple. One day they got mighty peckish and decided to eat an MP3 player whole. Not that we're complaining. To listen to music on Skull-candy's Double Agent ($100, skullcandy.com), all we need to do is load our favor­ite songs onto an SD card, slide that into the slot in the right ear cup and hit play. No extra device, no cable, just killer tunes in the old ear holes. We're hoping if we give them some time they'll work up an appetite and swallow our cell phone as well.
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The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Advisor
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I met a gorgeous woman who is every­thing I want—smart, funny, talented and sexy. There is one problem, aside from my being married: She's gay. How do I recon­cile mysell'to never having the kind of rela­tionship I want with her? (1 don't merely want to fuck her; I want to love her.) I am sure thai telling her how 1 feel would end our friendship. She is not the first woman I have fallen for during the 20 years I've been married, just the first who is a les­bian. I suspect most, if not all, married men have these crushes. If the marriage is strong, the crush never goes beyond flirting. Am I attracted to this woman because I'm dissatisfied with my wife, or am I dissatisfied with my wife because I'm attracted to this woman? I suspect it's a little of both.—J.B., Miami, Florida ,-l.v \fin noli: spouses are occasionally smit-li'ii irilli these bittersweet /('dings /or an out­sider—that's what makes marriage such a challenge. Ihe ass is always greener because no loni>-ti'nn relationshi/) can compete with tlie chemical rush oj new romance. Couple that with the longing created h\ this unatlain-ahle woman anil you re toast. I he Jail is, you don 'I need her as a friend—that's \our reptil­ian brain talking, not wanting to abandon anx chance, no matter how remote, o/ spread­ing xour seed. Ij you feel your marriage is broken and can 'I be fixed, leave first and then start dating, not the other way around.
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The Playboy Forum
THE END IS NEAR
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JONATHAN ZITTRAIN
THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET PROBABLY WON'T BE AS BRIGHT AS WE THINK
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Forum
GRAND THEFT AUTONOMY
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Scott Alexander
VIDEO GAMES FOR ADULTS SHOULD NOT BE SANITIZED
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Letters to the Editor
Forum
DELIVER US
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Having grown up with a fundamen­talist Protestant theology (in my case, Methodism), I was struck by John Banville's essay "My Apostasy" (Feb­ruary). The Protestant Reformation did not go far enough in delivering us
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Letters to the Editor
Forum
MISFIRE
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After reading the article by Dean Kuipers ("Unprotected Speech," Feb­ruary) 1 wonder what you are advo­cating. Are you advocating I go out and firebomb an abortion clinic or just teach someone else how to do it? Are you advocating that I blow up a Playboy Club or just deliver a speech about how to do it? Does your advocacy apply to every agenda or just your own? Please straighten me out. I need to know whom you would like me to firebomb. Gary Babington Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
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Letters to the Editor
Forum`
SETTING THINGS STRAIGHT
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I'm disappointed in your decision to publish Max Boettger's highly inflamma­tory letter ("Reader Response," March). I typically find your articles enlighten­ing or at least thought-provoking, and while I don't always agree with them I rarely find them offensive. The same
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Letters to the Editor
Forum
CHANGE YOU CAN'T BELIEVE IN
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The item on the revolving-door pol­icy between big business and govern­ment was enlightening ("Newsfroni," March). The fact that dozens of top Bill Clinton-era officials went on to serve the entities they formerly regulated proves both parties are corrupt. The two-party monopoly in this nation is truly crooked.
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Forum
WINGED VICTORY
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I finally saw the December issue's Forum piece on the demise of the bomber force ("Bombers Away"). I am a former B-l weapons-systems officer; 10 years ago I retired from the Air Force after serving as a mem­ber of the first B-l operational crew force and flight-training squadron. I have watched with pride as the small B-l fleet repeatedly proved itself in combat over Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. In fact, Operation Iraqi Freedom confirmed what your Forum article suggests: B-ls flew only two percent of the total Allied combat air missions yet were responsible for the release of 2,100 JDAMs, half the number expended by all other aircraft com­bined. B-ls continue to fly missions each day over Afghanistan and Iraq in support of our Allied ground forces. Mark Anderson Edmond. Oklahoma
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Forum
Artificial Intelligence
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Washington, d.c—According to a congressionally mandated report on data-mining programs by the direc­tor of national intelligence, the U.S. intelligence community is develop­ing software to monitor World of Warcraft and other large-scale role-playing games for terrorist activity. The project, dubbed Reynard, aims "to identify the emerging social, be­havioral and cultural norms in virtu­al worlds and gaming environments" and then automatically detect "sus­picious behavior and actions in the virtual world." This startling revela­tion was just one of several; other programs discussed in the report in­clude the use of software to identify faces, events and objects in video, a surveillance system called Tangram and a tool to monitor databases.
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Forum
Buzz Off
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london-A national campaign has been launched in the U.K. to combat ultrasonic crowd-dispersal devices, approximately 3,500 of which have been deployed since their invention, in 2006. The gadgets, called Mosquitos, use high-frequency noise audible only to people under the age of 25 to ward off teenagers in pedestrian areas, malls and shops. James Lowman, the head of the U.K.'s Association of Convenience Stores, defended the use of the devices: "Unfortunately, in many locations around the country retailers are victims of antisocial gangs of youths that congregate around their premises. These youths deter customers, intimidate staff and can com­mit vandalism and violence." But Sir Al Aynsley-Green, the children's commissioner for England, who has joined the call for a ban on Mosquitos, disagreed, saying, "These devices are indiscrimi­nate and target all children and young people, including babies, regardless of whether they are behaving or misbehaving." His Scottish equiva­lent, Kathleen Marshall, echoed his statement, adding, "Their use would not be tolerated for any other section of our society. Young people have a right to assemble and socialize with their friends without being treated as criminals."
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Forum
G Whiz
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l'aquila. italy According to New Scientist magazine, a gynecological researcher using ultrasound scans has identified the anatomical basis of the G-spot. In women able to have or­gasms without clitoral stimulation, the tissue of the front vaginal wall between the vagina and the urethra is thicker than in women unable to
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Forum
Manhandled
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rome—Italy's highest appeals court ruled against a 42-year-old man who challenged a fine im­posed on him in 2006 for "ostentatiously touch­ing his genitals through his clothing." The man's
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Forum
MARGINALIA
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FROM AN ESSAY by Andrew Brown in the U.K.'s Guardian newspaper, decrying com-
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Forum
HASSLED BY THE MANN ACT
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Tim Mohr
THE ARCANE LAW-BACK IN THE NEWS BECAUSE OF ELIOT SPITZER-HAS A LONG HISTORY OF ABUSE, OFTEN WITH RACIST OR PARTISAN MOTIVATIONS
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REDMAN
MOISE SNUFF
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PINNACLE
VODKA
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Playboy Interview
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Steve Carell
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Eric Spitznagel
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City Views
City Views
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It all started for Steve Carell at
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DirectSatTV
DIRECTV
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Beer
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Features
THE BLACK K K K
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JASON WHITLOCK
If you're like me, you worry about the terrorists at home. You worry about the boys who turned your grandmama's neighborhood into a war zone, the ones who snuffed out NFL star Sean Taylor, leaving another black child fatherless, the people who invaded NBA forward Antoine Walker's home.
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Offense Defense
OFFENCE DEFENSE
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ROCKY RAKOVIC
Some black athletes are not role models; luckily a tew are
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Pictorials
A NIGHT AT THE CRAZY HORSE
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t was the early 1950s, and a man—some may say a genius—had a vision of the naked female form as high art. He
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Features
FOLD HERE
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Scott Alexander
▲ High-end speakers are often made of titanium, gold and diamonds. These are. ahem, not. Made by Muji. a Japanese company known for economical and environmentally friendly products. Card­board Speakers ($42 a pair, momastore .com) are the ultimate in no-frills audio. They are shipped flat, which reduces their carbon footprint even further. And they don't sound half bad. either.
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Pictorials
CARLA BRUNI
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The French commander in chief's woman
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Features
The Playboy Bar:Vodka
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BEST SHOT
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Fiction
P ARADIGM SHIFT
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JANE SMILEY
GOING GREEN MEANS SACRIFICE. FOR TWO BORED BABY BOOM­ERS IT ALSO MEANS MORE SEX
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Playmate
Pictorials
Juliette Fretté, Miss June, 2008
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JULIETTE FRETTE
<p>Miss June Juliette Frette explains why posing is liberating</p>
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Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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A man ran into his dermatologist at a bar. "Did that mud pack 1 gave you improve your wife's appearance?" the dermatologist asked.
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Features
THE END OF NEWSPAPERS
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ERIC KLINENBERG
IN OUR ONLINE ERA, NEWSPAPERS ARE FINISHED, RIGHT? THE NEW NEWS BARONS SEE OPPORTUNITY WHERE OTHERS SEE COLLAPSE
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A Few Words With Rupert Murdoch
A Few Words With Rupert Murdoch
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PLAYBOY: Is print dead? MURDOCH: No, I don't for a minute believe it's dead. It's got a great future. Newspa­pers will change, but the business model is a good one. It's a great brand and an essential part of a community. Maybe we're getting to the point where you can drop the word paper. It can come out on paper, it can come out on the Internet, it can come out any number of ways, but it will be under your brand. PLAYBOY: People who buy newspaper companies are said to be foolish, vain or megalomaniacal. You're considered an exception because with Dow Jones you bought a brand and a source of content, not a newspaper. Is that valid? MURDOCH: Absolutely. I bought a brand, and I bought the newspaper that goes with it. which is a great newspaper. But it's a national newspaper and a niche newspaper, if you like. It will sell to 2 mil­lion of the most influential people in the country. A lot of newspapers will have to put out more editions and look after each niche in their community and involve readers more. Young readers today want to write themselves-they want to take part in the process.
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Olivia
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Fashion
Dressing Conor
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JOSEPH DE ACETIS
AMBITION MEETS REALITY AS WE SET ONE OF OUR BRIGHT YOUNG MEN ON THE PATH TO SUCCESS
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Prime-Time Style
PRIME-TIME STYLE
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Conor Hogan
They may not exist in real life, but these characters are television's best at dressing for a day at the office.
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Features
46 THINGS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT Call Girls
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A.j. baime
Americans have learned one thing from Spitzer-gate—aside from the fact that the man was a two-faced moneybags who wanted to get caught—it's that we are living in a golden age of the call-girl business. Escorts appear on CNN and the Today show, talking candidly about their work. "What's next?" commented one writer post-Spitzer-gate. "American Escort, in which a dozen hookers demonstrate their talents in front of a panel of celebrity judges?" Not 10 years ago the idea of paying for sex conjured images of desperate women and roadside motels. The Internet has changed all that. The web has lubed the channels between supply and demand. The result is a swelling population of not so shady women choosing the oldest of professions, with a huge population of moneyed men willing to pay for their services. Right or wrong? Our governors and attorneys general will decide as soon as they've finished banging their high-priced dates. Meanwhile here's everything you ever wanted to know about call girls 2008.
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Dentist
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20Q
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David Hochman
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Pictorials
Jayde Nicole Is PLATMATE OF YEAR 2008
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CANADA'S FINEST IS YOUR OVERWHELMING FAVORITE
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SILVER PATRON
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Playboycigaroffer
CIGARS
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Panties
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ZEPPELIN
Liberator
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Where & How To Buy
WHERE & HOW TO BUY
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Below is a list of retailers and manufiuiwrrs you can contact Jor information on where to find this month's merchandise, lit buy the apparel and M/nij)-ment shown on pages 32, 37-40. 72-74and 100-103. check the listings Mow to find the stores nearest you.
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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Zyrexin
WORLD'S STRONGEST SEXUAL ENHANCER
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AUTOMOBILES
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200050_20080601_000152.xml
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Sinclair Institute
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200050_20080601_000153.xml
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200050_20080601_000154.xml
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Article
Notes And News
MIKE CHICK
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Our May 2006 Playmate and cover girl Alison Waite has a new gig interview­ing celebrities as Extra's Las Vegas cor­respondent. No stranger to TV, Alison has performed before the camera since she
200050_20080601_000155.xml
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Article
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MATCH THE FOREIGN-BORN PMOY TO HER COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
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PMOY 2008 Jayde Nicole has been inducted into an elite group. Being from Canada puts Jayde in even more exclusive company: non-American PMOYs. We pride ourselves on finding the ideal giri next door, but in the global community, that occasionally means la fille d'a cote.
200050_20080601_000156.xml
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Notes And News
15 YEARS AGO THIS MONTH
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We'll pat ourselves on the back for the June 1993 issue. In it we named Anna Nicole Smith Playmate of the
200050_20080601_000157.xml
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Notes And News
LOOSE LIPS
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Serria Tawan
"Generally speak­ing, you shouldn't' fake an orgasm, i There's one I exception: if it has been close to an hour, and he's waiting i for you." —Serria Tawan
200050_20080601_000158.xml
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HOT SHOT
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200050_20080601_000159.xml
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Notes And News
MY FAVORITE PLAYMATE
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G. Gordon Liddy
—host of The G. Gordon Liddy Show on Sirius Radio
200050_20080601_000160.xml
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Notes And News
POP QUESTIONS: CHRISTINA SMITH
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Q: You're a Playmate of many firsts, no? A: Well, I was [Senior Contributing Photographer] Arny Freytag's first Cen­terfold. After he turned in my pictorial
200050_20080601_000161.xml
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Notes And News
TROPHY WIFE
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Two PLAYBOY
200050_20080601_000162.xml
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Notes And News
PLAYMATE GOSSIP
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Our party was clearly the main event of Super Bowl weekend, but those who attended the Leather & Laces party must have had fun too.
200050_20080601_000163.xml
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PLAYBOYCLUBLASVEGAS
PLAYBOY CLUB
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200050_20080601_000164.xml
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Playboy
DIGITAL EDITION
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200050_20080601_000165.xml
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BowflexDumbBell
BOWFLEX
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200050_20080601_000166.xml
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Cartoon
MEATY Myths
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200050_20080601_000167.xml
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REAL HEALTH
VasorectUltra
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200050_20080601_000168.xml
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Article
Grapevine
Bare, Back
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Say, whatever happened to CLARE GRANT, our November 2006 Babe of the Month? What's she doing? Where's she been? What's going on with her these days? Not a stitch.
200050_20080601_000169.xml
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Article
Grapevine
Kissing to Be Clever
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SCARLETT JOHANSSON: Give us a smooch. NATALIE PORTMAN: Not my bag, baby. SCARLETT: Are you nuts? Look at my boobs. NATALIE: I'll pass. SCARLETT: It'll get us onto playboy's Grapevine page. NATALIE: Oh, all right.
200050_20080601_000170.xml
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Article
Grapevine
Smell You Later
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To launch Agent Provocateur's Strip perfume, London
200050_20080601_000171.xml
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Article
Grapevine
Yes, But Who Invented the Pencil Sharpener?
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Busty Brit KATIE "JORDAN" PRICE once said, "Some people may be famous for creating a pencil sharpener. I'm famous for my tits." As you can see, she has downsized them—from holy shit to whoa.
200050_20080601_000172.xml
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Grapevine
Get Smart
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Last time we saw AMY SMART she was bent over a mailbox with Jason Statham giving her the in-out before a crowd of cheer­ing Chinese peo­ple. Crank was one seriously weird movie.
200050_20080601_000173.xml
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Grapevine
Everybody Wins
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In a Playboy.com contest to win a test shoot for this very magazine, model SHAE NORRIS was the front-runner— only to be pipped at the post, poor thing. We invited her to make her nude debut in Grapevine, and she obliged. Enjoy.
200050_20080601_000174.xml
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Grapevine
Stick-to-itiveness
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VIVIANE CAS­TRO skirted the ban on full nudity at Bra­zil's Carnival by covering her bits with a 1.6-inch adhe­sive strip, but judges penal; ized her team when it fell off.
200050_20080601_000175.xml
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Article
Next Month
Next Month
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CINDY MARGOLIS—MORE THAN 40 MILLION VISITORS HAVE EN­LISTED AS FANS ON HER WEBSITE. AND EACH HAS FANTASIZED ABOUT DATING HER. WELL, ONE OF YOU WILL WIN THE OPPORTU­NITY TO HAVE CINDY ON YOUR ARM AT A PLAYBOY MANSION PARTY. THE MILLIONS OF RUNNERS-UP WILL GET TO SEE HER STEAMY NEW PICTORIAL IN THE JULY ISSUE. YOU CANT LOSE.
200050_20080601_000176.xml
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C3
C3
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HORNITOS
TEQUILA
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200050_20080601_000177.xml
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WITTNAUER
WITTNAUER
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200050_20080601_000178.xml
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Back Cover
Back Cover
Back Cover
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Into the Night
200050_20080601_000179.xml