Issue: 20100501

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The World Of Playboy
THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES
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Super Bowl Bash
SUPER BOWL BASH
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Dear Playboy
DEAR PLAYBOY
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Honest John
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MOVING THE SCALES
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Scan McCusker's article on the Tsukiji fish market (School of Fish, March) pre­sents a thrilling portrait of an edgy, macho place. Yes, there are enormous knives, speeding forklifts and chain­smoking men (but not so many around the fish being carved); it is also a place where the delicate principles of Japanese cuisine are played out every day between wholesalers and chefs, restaurateurs, fish­mongers and supermarket-chain buyers. McCusker talks about the men, but who handles the money? (Hint: It isn't the men.) Readers who want to visit this fas­cinating place should do so quickly. The Tokyo government plans to move it to a new location—on the site of a former petrochemical processing plant (i.e., a toxic-waste site)—where the facilities will be state-of-the-art but the hustle and bus­tle of the market will likely wither. By the way, Tsukiji is a fish market that serves Japanese demand. Seafood comes from all over the world in vast quantities every day. A tiny amount is exported to elite sushi chefs, but to say that much of the seafood found in American (or any other non-Japanese) markets passes through Tsukiji is inaccurate. Tsukiji sets the stan­dards, but given the cost of airfreight and the imperative for freshness, little sea­food sent there ever leaves Japan. Ted Bestor Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Dear Playboy
HAIR TODAY
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A Cut Above (January/February) by Steve Garbarino is excellent. I have been a barber for 35 years, and we are a dying breed. With any luck Garbarino's report will breathe life back into our profession. Looking good is feeling good. Lannie Hale Waveland Barber-Stylist Des Moines, Iowa
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Dear Playboy
COVER GIRLS
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You take the right approach with your feature on erotic album covers (Eros Vinyl, March)—let the sleeves do the talking. There's no need to intellectualize. In fact, the book I co-wrote on this topic probably ended up with too many words. I also like the fact that you have a late-1960s, early-1970s theme going on. This was when the sleeves were at their sexiest. If you go any
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Dear Playboy
HOUSEWIFE SENSATION
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Your pictorial of 41-year-old Kelly Ben-simon of The Real Housewives of New York City (March) proves once again playboy embraces beauty of all ages. Bravo! Paul Kelley West Point, Virginia
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Dear Playboy
KUDOS TO A MASTER
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After reading Stephen King's Tommy (March), I am struck by the depth of feel­ing he portrays. Having grown up in the 1960s, I see my own experiences in his work. Nicely done, Mr. King.
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Dear Playboy
A SONG IN HIS HEART
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at least appear respectful when discuss­ing past conquests.
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Dear Playboy
EMOTIONAL ARGUMENT
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I enjoyed The Singularity (January/ February), though I am apprehensive about turning over the evolution of humanity to scientists locked in the ivory tower of their brain's left hemisphere. Ray Kurzweil is a genius, but like many scientists he shows total disregard for the right hemisphere and its access to the feelings, empathy and deep femi­nine principles of life. He sees death as a glitch of nature rather than an enigma we have to resolve, not solve. As an inven­tor Kurzweil has helped many people, but as a human being he is unbalanced. I think his right brain is calling out for a lucid dream experience, some shrooms or maybe even a cerebral hemorrhage, which Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, author of My Stroke of Insight, has called the best thing that ever happened to her. (That's hyperbole; I'm not wishing a stroke on Kurzweil or anyone else.) As the econ­omist E.F. Schumacher once said, "Any intelligent fool can invent further com­plications, but it takes a genius to retain or recapture simplicity."
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Dear Playboy
WHO KILLED BRIAN JONES?
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In November 2008 in The Mail on Sun­day, I outlined new evidence about the death of Brian Jones (The Rise and Fall of the First Rock Star, March). This evidence formed part of the information I gave to Sussex police last year, leading them to reopen the case. Over the past four years I have accessed the official docu­ments relating to the case and traced the key people who were at Jones's house to piece together a forensic picture of what happened then and during the original investigation. Much of what is in the police files contradicts the offi­cial conclusion that this was an ordinary drowning. Janet Lawson, the nurse who found Jones's body, revealed for the first time that she believed Jones died when a fight with builder Frank Thorogood got out of hand. I spoke with three of the
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After Hours
Anya Monzikova
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Scarlett Johansson
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Paper Chase
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An age-old question: What would you do if money were no object? Jay Walker, mega-millionaire founder of Priceline, built the ultimate guy's library in his New England home. Inside: everything from the instruction manual for the Saturn V rocket, which launched Apollo 11 to the moon, to props from the set of 007 movies to surgical manuals from the 1500s. He even has vintage pros­thetic eyeballs (who doesn't need a few of those lying around?). We especially admire the antique laptops and pre-World War I radio (pictured above right). The only library we know of that compares? Hugh Hefner's.
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The Sweet Life
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Federico Fellini's Roman romp La Dolce Vita turns 50 this year. The film about fame and ephemeral j
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Mail Bonding
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In the dark crevices of the Internet, you can find endless amounts of entertaining esoterica. Take letterheady.com, a simple but ever-growing collection of blank letterhead. Each is a win-
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Viva Mexico
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Chicago's Topolobampo serves the finest Mexi­can cuisine in the U.S. Chef Rick Bayless shares with us his new bacon guacamole recipe, which will appear in his next cookbook, Fiesta at Rick's, out in July. We paired it with our own house mescal margarita. All the ingredients, except lime and water, come from the agave plant, which means purity of flavor and no hangover.
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Ancient Action
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Shunga (n): Literally "spring images," a term used to describe the sexually explicit paintings hugely popular in Japan during the 18th century. What you see above is a mere hint of the erotica—at times hot, at times bizarre—you'll find in the new book Poem of the Pillow and Other Stories ($50, Phaidon), a collection of pieces by the most respected artists of their time.
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Art Movement
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American artist Jeff Koons will paint the next BMW Art Car. Ever since French racer Herve Poulain broached the idea in 1975, art superstars such as Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschen-berg, Frank Stella and David Hockney have used BMWs as canvases, turning these furious four-wheelers into pric­ey museum pieces. The most famous is Andy Warhol's Ml from 1979 (pic­tured). What does Koons have up his sleeve? Stay tuned.
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Michele Marx
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PLAYBI MICHEI
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Have a Look
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Turns out, even in this tricky economic climate, some big names in fashion are open­ing new high-profile shops aimed mostly at men. It's as though retail is finally getting the message: Guys don't want to rummage through tons of garbage to find that one shirt or pair of shoes they like. They want to go to a cool store where they like everything. Here are a few new spots that are sure to put a smile on your face and some fric­tion on your plastic: Paul Smith's first outpost in Las Vegas (pictured, with its Mondrian-inspired facade); Hermes's first-ever men's shop, which opened in Feb­ruary on Madison Avenue in New York; and Coach's first men's shop, on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village, opening this month.
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King of Clubs
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Le Baron in Paris (pictured), the coolest celeb-and-model-packed nightclub in Europe, is coming to America. Its owners, the singularly named Andre and Lionel, have reportedly secured a spot on Mulberry Street in Manhattan. See you there.
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The Stamp of Greatness
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The U.K.'s Royal Mail recently issued stamps commemorating the greatest British rock albums: David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust, the Rolling Stones' Let It Bleed, the Clash's London Calling. That got us thinking: If the U.S. Postal Service were to do the same (and it should!), what albums would it choose? What works should represent the American :anon? Herewith we've mocked jp some 44-cent beauties. Write js and add your picks to the list.
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Iron Man 2
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Stephen Rebello
The big question two years ago was whether Iron Man would launch a new franchise or fizzle and become the next Daredevil. Doubters were silenced when the comic-book adaptation about indus­trialist playboy Tony Stark grossed more than $318 million and reignited the career of leading man Robert Downey Jr. So it's no surprise that we have Iron Man 2, which brings back Gwyneth Paltrow and Samuel L. Jackson, along with newbies Scarlett Johansson, as sexy undercover agent Black Widow, and Mickey Rourke, as the villain Whiplash. Terrence Howard is not return­ing as Lieutenant Colonel James "Rhodey" Rhodes, a.k.a., War Machine. This time Don Cheadle plays the hero's pal and sometime adversary. "I hope people enjoy the dynamic between Iron Man and me, but they come to these movies to see spectacular spe­cial effects," says Cheadle. "That's okay. I wouldn't mind being computer animated."
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WEIGHING IN ON ROBIN HOOD
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When Sienna Miller was dropped from Ridley Scott's Robin Hood, press reports hinted Russell Crowe looked too heavy next to the slim actress. No wonder studio execs insisted cinema's favorite gladiator lose most of the 63 pounds he packed < on for BodyofLies. Now Crowe says Miller's replacement, Cate Blanchett, makes a more "resilient" heroine—almost as resilient as Crowe's fluctuating waistband.
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The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
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Greg Fagan
Terry Gilliam's latest elaborate fan­tasy, is both an exhilarating and a per­plexing bit of storytelling. Gilliam spins the yarn of Parnassus (Christo­pher Plummer), an ancient sideshow magician whose deal with the devil (Tom Waits) has come due. This means his luscious daughter (Lily Cole) is go­ing to hell, but not if troupe newcomer Tony (Heath Ledger, in his final role) has anything to say about it. Enter the Imaginarium, a CGI dreamscape
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Tease Frame
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Most Americans came to know English actress Carey Mulligan as one of the pros­titutes in Public Enemies, but you'll have to pick up the DVD of When Did You Last See Your Father? (pictured) to get a glimpse of what John Dillinger was robbing banks to pay for. Mulligan earned an Oscar nomina­tion for her part in An Education, and after seeing the movie Oliver Stone cast her as Shia LaBeouf's love interest in Watt Street: Money Never Sleeps. She and LaBeouf have been an item ever since.
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The Imperfect Storm
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Seth Fiegerman
The men of Battle Company attack one another with knives and strike their supe­riors as a matter of course. They also represent our best chance of winning the war in Afghanistan. They've been tasked with leading the charge against the Taliban in one of its strongholds— the Korengal Valley near Pakistan, a mountainous terrain that has never been bested by outsiders. Over 15 months Sebastian Junger spent ex­tended periods with one platoon, com-
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One Question With MGMT
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(Jn your new album, Congratu­lations, you have a song called "Brian Eno." Why? Ben Goldwasser of MGMT: We're kind of obsessed with Brian Eno. He's not a household name— except in our household. He was
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Drive-By Truckers Teach Econ 101
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Rob Tannenbaum
One band was doing songs about the recession before the recession officially ex­isted. While economists were contemplating GDP data, Drive-By Truckers were writing true tales full of booze, violence, blood and guns, stories set in towns where trouble lives next door to desperation.
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Splinter Cell: Conviction
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Scott Alexander
The Splinter Celt series redefined stealth video games, but later entries fatigued us with their methodical pace and punishing difficulty. After wisely taking some years off to plot Sam Fisher's next move, Ubisoft now returns with a spectacularly reimagined experience for Xbox 360 and PC that will satisfy both old-school purists and those who favor looser, more action-oriented gameplay. The story line has new twists (Fisher is now an embittered ex-black ops employee searching for his daughter's killer), but the real stars are the revamped com­bat system that allows manifold solutions to any situation and extensive co-op multiplayer modes that offer further variations on the
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RAW DATA
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DRIVE :: TIME :: TECH
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Playboy Advisor
PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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Have you ever heard of a guy faking an orgasm? I've been doing it for about 10 years, and my wife of 28 years and five other women have had no idea. The first time I did it I was having intercourse with my wife on the morning be­fore a date with one of my girl­friends. I wanted to be "full" for my girlfriend, so I stopped my stroke a few seconds before ejaculation but continued with the convulsions, the drooling, the shaking—everything but the semen. I did it so well I surprised myself. Every once in a while I slip and ejaculate, but overall, faking has given me better control. I can now go longer and come stronger. Is this sick, or have I discovered something uncommon?—D.D., New York, New York
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The New Super Spy
THE NEW SUPER SPY
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PHIL ZABRISKIE
IN THE
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"It looks like another hit for the Food Channel."
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Once Upon A Time In Mexico
ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO
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EXOTIC IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT WITH THESE BODIES AND BEACHES
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Love to All
LOVE to ALL
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Ethan Coen
DRESSED OLDER THAN SHE WAS. SHE WORE SUITS SHADED PEACH AND PAS­TEL. SHE WORE SCARVES SHOULDER-FLUNG: ONE TIME I WATCHED HER EXAMINE HERSELF IN A DARK­ENED SHOP WINDOW, FLINGING HER SCARF BACK ONCE, TWICE, THREE TIMES BEFORE JUDGING IT TOSSED ARIGHT. SHE MADE STRANGE FACES IN MIRRORS, LIPS INPUCKERING TO BLOT LIPSTICK. THEN SHE WOULD GIVE HERSELF THE SAME NAR­ROW STARE SHE SOMETIMES GAVE HER PARTNERS IN CONVERSATION, AND PAT, TO NO EFFECT, HER
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"I'm sorry, Mr. Roberts, but my diagnosis is that you are not a superperson."
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Top Party Schools 2010
PARTY SCHOOLS 201O
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Baseball Unplugged
BASEBALL UNPLUGGED
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TRACY RINGOLSBY
BEFORE SP\ GAME WAS 1
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Dutch Treat
DUTCH TREAT
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Ed Condran
BERT BLYLEVMpfCHED IN THE BIG
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Positive Altitude
Kassie Lyn Logsdon, Miss May, 2010
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Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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Mow is a wife like a condom?
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"Wouldyou hand me the soap... ?"
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The Full Coward Package
THE FULL COWARD PACKAGE
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Dave Barry
THE PROSPECT OF fl VflSECTOMV TERRIFIES MOST MEN. HERE'S HOUJ TO SURVIVE IT WITH VOUR MflNHOOD (MOSTLV) INTflCT
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HILLEL LEVIN and JOHN CONROY
POLICE COMMANDER JON BURGE TORTURED DOZENS OF CHICAGOANS AND GOT AWAY WITH IT. UNTIL NOW
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"My chiropractor says if I'm under there every day, you need to get a bigger desk!"
200050_20100501_000071.xml
article
80
80,81,82,83
Article
A Day At The Races
A DAY AT THE RACES
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[no value]
[no value]
JENNIFER RYAN JONES
FULL-SPEED FASHION, SHOT ON LOCATION AT THE BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX
200050_20100501_000072.xml
article
84
84,85
Article
The Alpha Kitchen
THE ALPHA KITCHEN
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
OUTFITTING MAN'S FAVORITE INDOOR PLAYGROUND OUTSIDE OF THE BEDROOM
200050_20100501_000073.xml
article
87
87,86,88,111,112
Article
The Spasm Band
THE SPASM BAND
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Rich Cohen
here's a popular myth about the origins of jazz, a sort of Bible story, in which New Orleans is the Garden of Eden and Adam and Eve are horn players who entertain Johns in the whorehouses of Storyville, the city's notorious red-light dis­trict. In this story, jazz is the apple, the fruit of the dives, fuck music, what was playing down­stairs when you lost that last shred of innocence. In early accounts, jazz is sometimes spelled jnss and is sometimes said to be a variation of the word jism. "If the truth were known about the origin of the word jazz" rhe trombonist Clay Smith said in 1924, "it would never be mentioned in polite company."
200050_20100501_000074.xml
article
89
89
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000075.xml
article
90
90,91,92,93,94,95,96,97,119
Article
Ashley Dupre
ASHLEY DUPRE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHRISTOPHER NAPOLITANO
WOMAN, THE
200050_20100501_000076.xml
article
99
99
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"Normally I don't watch competitive sports."
200050_20100501_000077.xml
article
100
100
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
'The arrival of spring always cheers me up."
200050_20100501_000078.xml
advertisement
101
101
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SINCLAIR Institute
SINCLAIR Institute
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000079.xml
article
103
103
Cartoon
Cartoons
Dirty Duck
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Bobby London
[no value]
200050_20100501_000080.xml
article
105
105
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"Okay, who's on first?"
200050_20100501_000081.xml
article
106
106
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"What have we got that you haven't got? Well, for oni thing...."
200050_20100501_000082.xml
article
107
107
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"Oh, boy. This will take some explaining."
200050_20100501_000083.xml
article
108
108
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"Just how serious an illness can you afford, Mr. Montague?"
200050_20100501_000084.xml
advertisement
109
109
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
playboy
playboy
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000085.xml
article
111
111
Article
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"/ can't do anything about them, ma'am. That's not my table."
200050_20100501_000086.xml
article
112
112
Article
Cartoons
MEATY myths
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000087.xml
advertisement
113
113
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000088.xml
advertisement
115
115
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
cigar
cigar
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000089.xml
article
116
116
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"We better hurry. Most of my relationships don't last very long."
200050_20100501_000090.xml
advertisement
117
117
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LIBERATOR
LIBERATOR
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000091.xml
article
119
119
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"/ think Vinny's getting serious. Last week he shot his wife."
200050_20100501_000092.xml
article
120
120,121
Article
Playmate News
PLAYMATE NEWS
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
SMOAK AND MIRRORS
200050_20100501_000093.xml
article
121
121
Article
Playmate News
my FAVORITE PLAymATE
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[no value]
[no value]
DAYMOND JOHN
—CEO of FUBU and investor on Shark Tank
200050_20100501_000094.xml
article
121
121
Article
Playmate News
PLAymATE GOSSIP
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
International party girl Miss November 2001 Lindsey Vuolo traveled to St Maarten to celebrate the joint birth­day party of 'N Sync's Joey Fatone and photographer Jamie McCarthy at Tantra Nightclub. Here she cozies up to birthday boy McCarthy (no relation to Jenny) while DJ Ruckus and Rev Run perform.... Miss December 1998 Jaclyn Dahm and her
200050_20100501_000095.xml
article
123
123,124
Article
Playboy Forum
THE WIRE GOES TO COLLEGE
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[no value]
[no value]
ISHMAEL REED
THE DRUG WAR IS WAY MORE COMPLICATED THAN ITS DEPICTED
200050_20100501_000096.xml
article
124
124
Article
Playboy Forum
INVASION OF THE BODY SCANNERS
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CHIP ROWE
[no value]
200050_20100501_000097.xml
article
125
125
Article
Playboy Forum
WELCOME TO SECURITY THEATER
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[no value]
[no value]
N. I. Ostrowski
In 2008 security expert Bruce Schneier said, "Counterterrorism in the airport is a show designed to make people feel better." This
200050_20100501_000098.xml
article
126
126
Letters to the Editor
Playboy Forum
READER RESPONSE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
GOD AND PROFITS
200050_20100501_000099.xml
article
126
126
Letters to the Editor
Playboy Forum
THIS LETTER IS FOR YOU
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
"New Obama rules provide women 40 and older health insurance for $15 a month." "Tell Sarah Palin we won't stand for her smears and falsehoods." "Attention Volkswagen drivers...." "Earn your marketing MBA online." These are headlines from a few of the ads deliv­ered to me on Facebook. The problem? I don't need health insurance (and I don't respond positively to seeing my age in an ad), I'm not politically active, I drive a Mini Cooper, and I already have an MBA. Could we call these ads rele­vant? I don't think so. Ben Parr's essay ("The New Ad Age," March) explains that advertisers can use the content we share, the actions we take and the friends with whom we interact to create the most relevant ads ever developed. True, the potential is there, but for now
200050_20100501_000100.xml
article
126
126
Letters to the Editor
Playboy Forum
TWO VIEWS OF UNIONS
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
A reader provides a list of union truck­ing companies that have gone out of business in recent years. Are we to believe
200050_20100501_000101.xml
article
127
127
Article
Playboy Forum
NEWSFRONT
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Crossing Over
200050_20100501_000102.xml
article
128
128,129
Article
Grapevine
GRAPEVINE
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Carrie Prejean Fails the Bikini Round
200050_20100501_000103.xml
article
130
130
Article
Next Month
NEXT MONTH
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
THE NOVELIST GOES TO HOLLYWOOD-HAVING HIS BOOK UP IN THE AIR MADE INTO AN OSCAR-NOMINATED FILM STARRING GEORGE CLOONEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE BEST THINGS THAT EVER HAPPENED TO WALTER KIRN. BUT THE AUTHOR FOUND OUT THE HARD WAY HOW HOLLYWOOD CAN BREAK YOUR HEART.
200050_20100501_000104.xml
advertisement
C3
C3
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Newport
Newport
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000105.xml
advertisement
C4
C4
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
TNT
TNT
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000106.xml
advertisement
C4
C4
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
TNT
TNT
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20100501_000107.xml