Issue: 20080701

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"Since starting on Politically Incorrect, in 1993. it has been my pleasure to make organized religion one of my favorite targets," says Bill Maher. "I often explain to people that I don't need to make fun of religion—it makes fun of itself. Then I go ahead and make fun of it too, just for laughs." In this month's Religion 101 and his new film. Religulous, Maher attempts to learn why people love religion. In the process he barbecues more than a few sacred cows. "Since there is nothing more ridiculous than the ancient mythological stories that live on as today's religions, this movie will try to be a real knee-slapper.' he says. "Unless, of course, you're religious; then you may not like it. Join me in the final battle between intelligence and stupidity, coming soon to a house of false idols near you." As of this writing, lightning has not struck Maher down. He told you so.
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES
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HANG IN' WITH H&F
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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
DEATH IN DRESDEN
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Perhaps if Kurt Vonnegut had been on the receiving end of German bomb­ing as a civilian, as I was, he would not have been as sympathetic to the resi­dents of Dresden (Wailing Shall Be in All Streets, April). According to various histories, the Russians asked the Allies to bomb Dresden in February 1945 to prevent the Germans from using the rail yards of the "open city" to prepare an eastward offensive against Russian forces. War is a terrible waste of life and resources, but Vonnegut should have directed his preaching at the Ger­man people. We were fightini; a ruth-
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INDIAN LEGEND
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I enjoyed the profile of James E. Billie (The Man Who Would He Chief, April), a great Native American leader who helped his people very much. One thing I'at Jordan doesn't mention is the generosity Billie showed in allowing the band Phish and 80.000 of its fans (myself included) to play and camp on the Seininoles' beautiful, isolated and
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SHE'LL MAKE YOU FLIP
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Thank you for another spectacu­lar World Wrestling Entertainment Diva, Maria Kanellis (Marvelous Maria, April). Since your first wrestling Diva pictorial—Sable in 1999—they have just gotten better and better.
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FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS
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It's not surprising to see that each of the Brazilian beauties in Come Fly With Me (April) has a landing strip. Seth Reilly San Jose, California
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Dear Playboy
THE REVIEWS ARE IN
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Thank you for the Playboy Interview with Chad Kroeger (April). I have always hated Nickelback, and Kroeger is even more willfully ignorant and hopelessly shallow than I had expected. His narcissism comes through in the insipid lyrics of his brand of whiny rock. Anybody who boasts that much about the size of his penis or his sex­ual prowess must be impotent in some very meaningful ways.
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PLAYMATE PERFECTION
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What took you so long to make Rcgina Dculinger a Playmate (Bavarian
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ALTERNATIVE VIEW
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How could you not give us a butt shot of Coed of the Month D"Nika Lea
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WHAT'S IN A NAME?
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How presumptuous of you to ask
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Playboy After Hours
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BUILT LIKE A BARBIE DOLL, SWEARS LIKE A SAILOR
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The Shop That Punk Built
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ON HALLOWED GROUND, FASHION REBEL JOHN VARVATOS KICKS OFF A SECOND SET
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How to Grill a Pizza
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COULD THIS BE THE ULTIMATE PARTY FOOD?
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Darkness at Noon
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10 SORT OF FUN THINGS TO DO WHEN THE SUMMER BLACKOUT HITS
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Better Sex, Different City
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DO WHAT YOU LIKE WITH BELLE, THE LON­DON CALL GIRL-JUST TRY NOT TO FALL IN LOVE. GO AHEAD, TRY
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Kitsch of Distinction
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YOU HAVE TO SEE JEFF KOONS'S STUFF TO BELIEVE IT—AND NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO SEE IT
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Should Vodka Be Good for You?
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Any doctor will tell you alcohol is a toxin. So we're slightly puzzled by Lotus, a decent vodka laced with vitamins B3, Bs, Bn and B12. We drank a bunch but didn't feel extra healthy. Clearly, more study is required. If you need us. we'll be mixing greyhounds down at the lab.
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For Your Eyes Only
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ARMY CONTRACTOR DANA MARIE GIVES US THE DEBRIEF-AND THE DE-BRA
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Great Moments in STDs
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THE "FRENCH MALADV-A MALADY ONLY THE FRENCH COULD LOVE
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Holiday in the sun
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How to Celebrate the Fourth of July Even Though You Believe This Administration Is Inept, Dishonest and Just Plain Wrong
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Have You Seen This Band?
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We clipped these icons from Band ID. a book by Bodhi Oser that collects more than 1,000 logos of contemporary music acts. Can you put names to faces?
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Motor Madness
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OUR ONLINE BROTHERS SPEAK OF A PLACE WHERE THE HORSES RUN FREE
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A Different Kind of Bucket List
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GET YOUR KICKS BEFORE SHUFFLING OFF THIS MORTAL COIL
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Yo, Adrianne
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CONFESSIONS OF
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PALMS
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[THE LOVE GURU]
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Stephen Rebello
Mike Myers returns as an off-kilter romance rectifier
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Get Smart
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(Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Dwayne Johnson) KAOS reigns supreme—almost—in this redo of the 1960s TV parody of espionage flicks. Bumbling secret agent Maxwell Smart (Carell), slinky Agent 99 (Hathaway) and Agent 23 (Johnson) swing into action when sinister counterspies attack the CONTROL agency.
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Wanted
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(Angelina Jolie. James McAvoy. Morgan Freeman) This action thriller has McAvoy as a zero avenging his father's murder through indoctrination into a secret organization by Jolie. Under Freeman's wing, our hero trains to unleash his inner assassin and soon real­izes his new associates are even deadlier than they seem.
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Hancock
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(Will Smith. Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman) Box-office champ Smith looks set to score again in this fantasy-action-comedy as a boozy homeless superhero who has trashed his crime-fighting cred. He embarks on a risky romance with a beauty who hap­pens to be married to a public official plagued by bad publicity.
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Hellboy II: The Golden Army
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(Ron Perlman. Selma Blair, John Hurt) The creatures are restless in writer-director Guillermo Del Toro's second film based on Mike Mignola's comic-book saga. This time a pack of rebellious, dan­gerous monsters are hell-bent on taking over Earth, so Hellboy (Perlman) and his cohorts must outsmart and outmuscle them.
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[PERSEPOLIS]
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Greg Fagan
This animated masterpiece is not kids' stuff
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JUMPER
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Bryan Reesman
After discovering he can teleport,
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TEETH
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This boldly conceived take on the
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TEASE FRAME
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Asia Argento grabbed our attention as an arresting jewel thief in 8. Monkey (pictured). Catch her now in Mother of Tears, the second sequel to 1977's Suspiria.
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YOUTH WITHOUT YOUTH
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Buzz McClain
Coppola's first film in 10 years, linguist Tim Roth grows younger and gets unwelcome
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[THE GEORGE MITCHELL COLLECTION]
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These recordings are proof the blues still matters
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[HOT TUNES]
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Summer is for making memories. Here's mental soundtrack material
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[SUMMER'S NOT FOR DUMMIES]
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Reading to rouse mind and body
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[FROM OUTLAWS TO EXILES]
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Carmela Ciuraru
In Ron Hansen's new novel a shipwreck awakens a master
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LAWRENCE BLOCK'S TOP 10 CRIME NOVELS
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Crime novels by male American writ­ers, that is. Living ones, too, because why should I compliment somebody in no position to do me a favor?—L.B.
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[THE SNAKE THAT ROARED]
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Scott Stein
Overcoming its idiosyncrasies, the final installment of Hideo Kojima's masterpiece achieves greatness
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NINJA GAIDEN II (360)
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Damon Brown
owes more to its two-decades-old arcade ancestor than its immediate predecessor. Smooth, slow-to-boil story lines have been replaced with chaotic battles and graphic enemy sashimi— not that we're complaining. For visceral intensity and mind-bending difficulty, it's hard to beat. VVV —Damon Brown
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SID MEIER'S CIVILIZATION REVOLUTION (360, DS, PS3)
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Scott Stein
erable PC-oriented strategy franchise has been streamlined and sped up for console play. Even though it takes only five hours instead of 15 to go from the Stone Age to space travel, the spirit of the original is intact. Be ready to stay up late. VVV1/? —Scoff Stein
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STRONG BAD'S COOL GAME FOR ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE (Wii download)
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Chris Hudak
One of the Internet's most entertaining personalities, Strong Bad finally makes his video-game debut in this episodic point-and-poke. Sharp writing and voice acting complement the highly amusing adventures and minigames. Don't miss it. VVV —Chris Hudak
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LEGO INDIANA JONES: THE ORIGINAL ADVENTURES (360, PC, PS2, PS3, Wii)
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John Gaudiosi
PS3, Wii) Fans of LEGO Star Wars know these games only look like child's play. The perfect next step for LEGO, the Indy version guides you through the first three movies with tongue-in-cheek humor, a variety of sidekicks and your trusty whip. VVV'/r - John Gaudiosi
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THE BOURNE CONSPIRACY (360, PS3)
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Scott Jones
PS3) No movie tie-in, this Bourne out­ing is an original story penned by Rob­ert Ludlum's posthumous production squad and is Matt Damon-free. Blunt and brutal hand-to-hand combat plus a story line worthy of the amnesiac assassin make it a trip well worth tak­ing. VVV/2 —Scott Jones
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HAIL TO THE CHIMP (360, PS3)
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Marc Saltzman
Laughs trump gameplay in this politi­cally themed brawl in which a hippo, an armadillo and others vie to become the new president of the animals. Despite the game's astute cultural timing, the single-player experience comes up wanting. Play at a party or not at all. VV —Marc Saltzman
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PENNY ARCADE ADVENTURES: ON THE RAIN-SLICK PRECIPICE OF DARK-NESS. EPISODE ONE (360 download, Linux, Mac, PC)
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M.S.
Linux, Mac, PC) Penny Arcade, the web comic about games, went and made a game. It's a novel mix of adventure and turn-based role-playing. We'd like to tell you how funny and great it is, but its name ate up too much review space, vw —M.S.
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ALONE IN THE DARK (360, PC, PS3, Wii)
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PS3, Wii) Cinematic set pieces, a creepy atmosphere, customized weapons and compelling storytelling suffer an unrelenting assault from forced dialogue and clunky controls in this noble mess of a sequel. We wanted to love it. Unfortunately, we failed. VV'/j —Scott Steinberg
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Big Shots
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About $2 billion is spent worldwide on human growth hor­mone each year; 30,000 Americans are estimated to have used it.
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Get Out
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40% of men whose wives don't work outside the home wish they did.
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The UN estimates each square mile of ocean contains over 46,000 bits of floating plastic.
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Gets Bitter With Age
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Toddlers laugh 400 times a day; adults laugh about 15 times.
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Through Thick and Thick
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A study reported in The New England Journal of Medicine found that having an obese friend increases a person's chance of becoming obese by 57%.
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Our Big Dictionary
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The English language now includes about 995,000 words. Spanish has 275,000 words and French a mere 100,000 words.
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Money on the Mind
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A placebo given to test subjects to relieve pain works •" 85% of the time if they're told ^
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Little Shots
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There are cur­rently 4 states that mandate random steroid testing for high school athletes: New Jersey, Flor­ida. Illinois and
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Paid at auction for a checklist used by astronauts on Apollo 10 during rendezvous and mission maneuvers on its lunar module, nicknamed
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Live It Up
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In Newark, New Jersey no homi­cides were re­corded for 43 days beginning in mid-January— the city's longest slay-free streak since 1961.
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What they're thinking
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55% of Mane Claire's female readers would have sex with a woman if it were discreet.
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A House Divided
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Americans use an extra $10.5 billion worth of utilities every year due to addi­tional households created by divorce.
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The Real Cost of War
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According to Nobel Prize-winning econ­omist Joseph Stiglitz, the United States' total bill for the Iraq war, includ­ing payment of death benefits and care for injured veterans, will exceed $3 tril­lion over the next 50 years.
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Toast With the Most
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The world's most expensive champagne is a limited-edition Perrier-Jouet that retails for $6,485 a bottle.
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EMazing
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According to a national Harris survey, the matchmaking site eHarmony led to 2% of the nation's marriages last year.
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No Mercy Rule
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In pre-Olympic exhibi­tions the U.S. women's Softball team won 185 consecutive games, outscoring opponents 1,475 to 24.
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SOMETIMES RIDING A motorcycle is about getting from point A to point B. Sometimes it's about speed and thrills. And some­times it's about turning as many heads as possible when you pull up to a traffic light. The Travertson V-REX ($44,000, travertson .com) lets you do all three at once, with a distinct emphasis on the last objective. Moto-futurist Tim Cameron originally con­ceived this chrome-and-steel daydream in the realm of infinite possibility that is 3-D computer modeling. He posted his plans on the web, where extreme-bike builder Christian Travert stumbled across them and promptly had a so-crazy-it-just-might-work moment. Two years later the V-REX was born. Believe it or not, underneath its sci-fi skin beats the heart of a Harley. There's a DOHC V-Rod motor in there, as well as Harley-Davidson's transmission, wiring, speedometer and switches. That's where the simi­larities end, though, thanks to the V-REX's monstrous 79.2-inch wheelbase and cast-aluminum-frame structure that doubles as a fuel tank. In place of a telescopic front fork, a swing-arm monoshock suspension provides additional stability (instead of diving, it actually lifts when you brake hard). At nine feet long the V-REX isn't exactly what you would call nimble, but what it lacks in tight cornering it more than makes up for in visually appealing, easy-gliding cruisability. Next stop: Mars.
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Apple Slicer
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SPRINT-COMMITTED
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K.I.S.S.
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WE'LL TAKE WELL-EXECUTED | simplicity over snobby com­plexity any day. Grooming Lounge (groominglounge.com) has made a name for itself over the past few years with products that dispense with lapidary jar­gon. Try the Best Shampoo ($20), Mug Cleaner Face Wash ($18), Some Hair Goop ($18), Some Hair Stuff ($18) and Beard Master Shave Oil ($25) and enjoy the peace that comes from thinking less about your grooming options.
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Now See Hear
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THE AUDIO INDUSTRY may be long on technology, but too often it's short on whimsy. Make your music 50 percent more adorable with Scandyna's Drop speakers ($850 a pair, scandyna-speakers .com). Made to sound good first and look funky second, they can handle up to 100 watts of output apiece. For the "it's raining music" effect, remove their feet and suspend them from your ceiling. The alien nightstand you see between them is the Amp ($700), which has four inputs and emits 50 watts a channel.
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Clothesline: Jordan Farmar
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"I'VE ALWAYS BEEN into fashion," says the charismatic L.A. Lakers sophomore. He's not kidding. "At the NBA predraft combine, a lot of guys showed up in sweats, but I wore a suit. I treated it like a job interview. I have about 30 suits, and I wear one to every game. Most of them are custom-made Astor & Black, and I'm not afraid to wear colors like pink, peach and orange. My favorite dress shoe is Bruno Magli. I don't like a small knot on a tie. I like the half Windsor and full Windsor because they project confidence." Which of his teammates can hang stylewise? "Derek Fisher, Kobe Bryant and Lamar Odom dress well. But Luke Walton's been in the league five years, and I just taught him how to tie a tie this season."
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Pooled Resource
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FEW THINGS COMPLETE a home like a pool table, but most of us don't have an entire room to devote to one. With a Fusion table ($6,000, fusiontables.com) you can rack 'em up in the same place you wolf it down. This cleverly designed dining-room table hides a seven-and-a-half-foot pool table inside, so you can complement your postprandial cigar with a kick-shot combo in the side pocket. When the big money comes out to play, it also converts into a poker table.
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Shooting Star
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WEEGEE USED ONE. So did Diane Arbus and Helmut Newton. Annie Leibovitz still keeps one in her bag. We're talking about the Rolleiflex twin-lens-reflex camera, introduced in 1929 and one of professional photography's most enduring icons—both for the unique textures it produces and the steam-age aes­thetic it embodies. If you thought Rollei was giving digital a pass, think again: The MiniDigi AF5.0 ($399, rollei.jp/e) brings the company's expertise to bear on a five-megapixel digital snapper. The body has been radically shrunk (the original had to accommodate bulky medium-format film), but the rest of its Rollei-tude is blissfully intact, right down to the hand crank you use to prep the camera for the next shot.
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Cutting Satire
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EVERY TIME YOU toss out a harmless, perfectly func­tional piece of gear so you can go through airport security, you lose a little bit of your soul. Get some of it back by picking up one of Christopher Locke's Scissor Spiders ($150, heartlessmachine.com). Made entirely from scissors confiscated by the Transportation Secu­rity Administration, these arachnophilic sculptures half playfully, half menacingly fuse fear, absurdity, danger and comedy into a tart and heady artistic cocktail.
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Bottoms Up
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THESE DAYS, THE planet can use all the recycling it can get. Which is why we're so smitten with the Wine Barrel Chair ($165, uncommon goods.com) from Uncommon Goods. Handmade of oak staves from 70-gallon wine barrels used at various California vineyards, it's great for outdoors but stylish enough to play inside as needed. It also offers the perfect place to park your rump as you ferret out the delicate complexities of your favorite pinot noir. If your butt were a critic, it would say (with a reedy professorial flourish), "Woody, with a hint of linseed in the finish." Did we go there? Yes indeed we did.
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The Plaboy Advisor
The Playboy Advisor
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I love eating my girlfriend out, but my tongue sticks out only half an inch. I usu­ally end up with a small tear in my frenu-lum that takes a lew days to heal, and I'm sore in the meantime. My girlfriend loves cunnilingus, but 1 know I do a poor job because I'm so cautious. I've tried hold­ing my tongue still while moving my head but thought I would ask the Advisor about other techniques that might give me more reach.—D.S., Whitewater, Wisconsin
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The Playboy Forum
A BETTER WAY TO DO BUSINESS
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JIM HIGHTOWER AND SUSAN DEMARCO
A NEW BREED OF AMERICAN CAPITALISM EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF THE COMMON GOOD
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WILL ROE V. WADE CONTINUE TO STAND?
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Ashley Jude Collie
ANTIABORTIONIST RANDALL TERRY DOESN'T THINK SO
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MARGINALIA
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FROM A COLUMN by Anne Applebaum, wife of Polish politician Radek Sikorski, about po-
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Letters to the Editor
Forum
YOUR RIGHTS, OUR WRONG
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I want to thank you for giving me the opportunity to communicate with your readers about our great party and the bright future we see for the United States should it return to its founding principles of limited government and individual freedom ("The Grand Old (Independent) Party," May). However, I was a bit stunned (and a lot flattered) to see myself listed as our party's presidential candidate for 2008. While I am the current national chairman of die Libertarian Party and the 2008 LP candidate for the U.S. Senate in Virginia, I am not the presidential candi­date. We will nominate our presidential ticket at our national convention, May 22 to 26, in Denver. Thank you again for interviewing me for your magazine, and I hope all your readers are now more informed about the only political party in the U.S. completely dedicated to keeping the government out of people's wallets and lives. I think we could all benefit from having the government return the free-
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CAN YOU READ THIS?
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Susan Jacoby reveals some devastating statistics about our society's aliteracy in her April commentary, "Zero-Narrative Nation." It calls to mind the Mike Judge movie Idiocracy. The information age only distracts the shrinking percentage of "lit­erates." Like any great invention, the Internet can be a tool, but it can also be a
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INFORMATION, PLEASE
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Big Brother is watching—and thank God he is! I was amazed at the April Forum article titled "Big Brother Shacks Up With Ma Bell," about how the evil Bush administration is listening to phone calls and tracking e-mails. The govern­ment is tracking information that can save our lives. I say kill all the terrorists and their friends. Remember, the FBI, CIA and Homeland Security have been working with the evil Bush administra­tion to save your liberal asses, too. R. Blair Dallas, Texas
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NO PRIVACY, THANKS
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I am a 24-year-old who is okay with the fact that John Doe may be dead ("Isjohn Doe Dead?" March). It's not that I am 100 percent comfortable living in a fish-bowl, but I make choices every day that allow others to access my private infor­mation, usually for my own convenience. When I make a purchase with a credit card at a department store, my buying habits are tracked, which is helpful when I need to return an item (I lose receipts). I am asked for my zip code, but this could be to my benefit: If a store notices a lot of people from a certain area traveling a long distance, it may build another out­post closer to me. Companies glean as much information from me as possible, and frankly I'd rather receive targeted ads than get masses of junk advertising sent to me as a shot in the dark. I don't deny the realistic fear of this going too far, but as long as I don't find myself in a real-life scene out of George Orwell's 1984, I think it's all right. There is a bal-
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Democracy in Action
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boston—The Federal Communica­tions Commission held a hearing in Boston at the end of February on the topic of Net neutrality. The aim was to let interested citizens voice con­cerns over cable Internet provider Comcast and its practice of slowing down peer-to-peer traffic on its net­work. The commissioners sought public comment to determine wheth­er they should allow corporations to dictate the terms of web traffic or to keep it an open system in which, for instance, a company can't buy the right to have its website load faster than yours or its e-mail expedited. The problem? Comcast acknowl­edged it had paid people (pictured here) to fill seats 90 minutes before the meeting, preventing many con­cerned citizens from attending.
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Abstinence Miseducation
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Tallahassee. FLORiDA-The state of Florida is considering changes to its sex-education cur­riculum after disturbing results emerged from a new survey on the programs. Among the most bizarre beliefs spreading among Florida students are that drinking a capful of bleach can prevent AIDS and that drinking Mountain Dew or smoking pot can prevent pregnancy. (Perhaps not surprising, Florida has the sixth-highest rate of teen pregnancy in the nation.) Critics of the state's abstinence-only education program blame such myths on that head-in-the-sand approach. "Young people are getting too little information too late," said Jenna Cawley of Planned Parenthood of Greater Or­lando. Now state senator Ted Deutch (D-Boca Raton) is aiming to open the sex-ed process to include information about condoms, birth control and disease prevention.
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Thought Control
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Washington, d.c. After complaints from the Bush administration, Popline, the world's largest da­tabase on reproductive health—maintained by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health—blocked the word abortion from its search engine. "We recently made all abortion terms stop words," wrote Debbie Dickson, the database manager, to Gloria Won, a University of California at San Francisco Medical Center librarian who, after discovering the block, con­tacted Dickson. "As a federally funded project, we decided this was best for now." Johns Hop­kins reinstated the search word after the con­troversy, but as Popline receives federal funds
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Freedom: a Local Issue?
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Washington. D.c-Utah congressman Chris Can­non introduced legislation to eliminate the federal judiciary's role in cases involving pornog­raphy. Under his proposal, even the Supreme
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San Antonio Spurious
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san antonio—Compiled by a student group at the University of Texas at San Antonio, the draft of an honor code covering such topics as cheating and plagiarism was found to have been copied from another text. Sections of the draft matched word for word a similar code from Brigham Young University (which credits the Center for Academic Integrity for some of its language). Akshay Thusu, the student in charge of the draft, said, "We don't want to have an honor code that is stolen."
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Playboy Interview
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Dr. Drew Pinsky
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David Hochman
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Medical Exam
Medical Exam
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ROCKY RAKOVIC
How well do you know your doctors?
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Features
RELIGION 101
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BILL MAHER
VJH DO PEOPLE BELIEVE* KESIDENT CYNIC WAIVDEHS lN SEARCH OFAiuffl
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Pictorials
CYBER GIRL 2008: ACCESS GRANTED
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A peek into the hottest virtual gentleman's club on earth
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BIFF! BLAM! SOCKO! KA-POW!
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COMfC-BOOfC HEROES f/WAPE HOLLYWOOPf
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The Playboy Bar TEQUILA
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George Carlin
Blanco
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MONROE & MORAN
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Hot Stuff
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COOLES HINGS UNDER
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Playmate
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<p>Miss July is game for all sorts of adventures</p>
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Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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Wr hy did Eliot Spitzer, the former governor of New York, spend $80,000 on escorts?
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THE SHAMELESS LIFE + SENSATIONAL DEATH OF THE SLEAZIEST MAN IN HOLLYWOOD
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DAN HALPERN
CON MAN, FABULIST, FIHER, FOOL, DAVID HANS SCHMIDT IDAS ONCE THE HOTTEST BROKER OF CELEBRITY SCAN­DAL. THEN HE TANGLED OJITH THE UJRONG CELEBRITY
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Fashion
NICE GUY EDDIE
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A FAMED CROSS-DRESSER KEEPS HIS PANTS ON 4
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Fiction
NOBODY MOVE PART ONE
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DENIS JOHNSON
AN EXCLUSIVE NOIR NOVEL WRITTEN IN FOUR PARTS ON DEADLINE PUBLISHING HISTORY BEGINS NOW
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Fashion
ACROSS THE BOARD
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DROP SOME SURF STYLE INTO YOUR LOOK THIS SUMMER WITH BIGGER SHADES, SMALLER TRUNKS AND PLENTY OF SPF,
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Fashion
HOW TO CATCH A WAVE
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If the last place you caught a wave was in the bleachers at Wrigley Field, maybe it's time you joined forces with big-wave icon Laird Hamil­ton and learned how to surf. When he's not giv­ing playboy readers surfing lessons, Hamilton can be found near his Maui home, taming 40-foot swells while wearing his new clothing line, WONDERWALL (thisiswonderwall.com).
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20Q
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CINDY STEPS OUT
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Josh Robertson
She is Cindy Margolis. playboy cover girl. Author and fertility expert. Onetime "most down­loaded woman" and "queen of the Internet." Certified MILF.
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SILVER PATRON
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WALLPAPERS
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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 pages 92-93 and 98-99, check the listings below to find the stores nearest you.
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ATHENA PHEROMONE
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ESSE
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Notes and News
CANDACE COLLINS IS TODAY'S CHICAGO WOMAN
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Miss December 1979 Can-dace Collins did model­ing (three limes our cover girl), advertising (her bill­board dominated Times Square) and movies (ever hear of Risk\ Business}). Currently she dresses odi-ers for their close-ups as the fashion editor of Today's Chicago Woman. Her latest job represents a return to her roots. "Even though I grew up in a small town 1 was always in on the latest trends," she says. "I was also the youngest fashion coor­dinator ever for Famous-Barr. then a big Midwest department store chain, and I was represented by Wilhelmina Models."
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LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER
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Rapper Juvenile once theorized, "She get it from her mama," and we have accumulated a body—or rather bodies—of evidence to support him. Miss February 1989 Simone Eden was the first daughter of a Playmate (Carol Eden, Miss December 1960) to become a Centerfold. Here are more proud mothers and their beautiful offspring. The whole all-in-the-PiAYBOY-family pictorial is at playboy.com/pmdaughters.
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5 YEARS AGO THIS MONTH
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Marketa Janska had just moved to LA from the Czech Republic when we introduced
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LOOSE LIPS
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Lindsey Vuolo
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MY FAVORITE PLAYMATE
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Danny Bonaduce
—radio talk-show host
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POP QUESTIONS: SASCKYA PORTO
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Q: It has been a little more than half a year since your Centerfold came out. Has it changed your life? A: It gave me wonderful publicity.
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PLAYMATE GONE WILD
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Miss May 2007 Shannon James (second from left) took Cyber Girls Jennifer Hurt (far left) and Megan Hauserman to Cabo San Lucas for a spring-break trip documented on PlayboyU.com. Not a site mem­ber? Shannon offers an incen­tive: "What hap­pens on spring break stays there, unless you're on PloyboyU."
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PLAYMATE GOSSIP
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Miss February 1990 Pam Anderson recently warmed up Europe. First she made an appearance as a
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HOT SHOT
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Playboystore
DIGITAL EDITION
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Cartoon
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Playboystore
Centerfolds Book
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MEATY Myths
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Look Out Below
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You may have glimpsed DANIELLE TRIXIE at the bottomless party in Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay or on the film's
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Music to the Eyes
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Singer-songwriter HEATHER MICHELE RICHARDSON is a woman of many talents. When not singing in Nashville bars or recording studios, she wows with her nonmusical numbers—specifically, 34D-24-35.
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Happy Feet
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Kenny Mayne tries it and looks like a doofus. Ditto Adam Carolla. Yet in other lands, dancing in frilly garb in front of other people is consid­ered cool. So thinks muy caliente 'fashion model MARISA JARA, former girlfriend of Spanish flamenco superstar Joaquin Cortes.
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Add This to Her Entry in Who's Who
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Forget the awards
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Bundchen Up
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Minimum wage is a bitch. Ameri­can moviegoers know Spanish vixen PAZ VEGA—if at all—as a checkout girl (in 10 Items or Less) and a maid (in Sp.ini>lish). Never fear: She has been cast as femme fatale Plaster of Paris in the film adaptation of the crime comic The Spirit.
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Tumble Russki
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We still smirk a bit at rhythmic gymnastics, the sport that pits flexible nymphs against red rubber balls and a ribbon on a stick. Former Russian champion KSENIA DZHALAGANIYA's prancing
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Next Month
Next Month
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SUSIE FELDMAN -MRS. COREY FELDMAN STEALS MANY A SCENE IN THE TWO COREYS. WE DECIDED IT WAS HIGHTIMESHE GOT THE SPOTLIGHT ALL TO HERSELF. SEE HER IN A SURREAL PICTORIAL.
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Newport-Pleasure
Cigarette
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STOLICHNAYA
Stoli Blackberi
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Back Cover
Back Cover
Back Cover
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STOLICHNAYA RUSSIAN VODKA
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