Issue: 20110801

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PALMS CASINO RESORT
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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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Hanging With Hef
HANGIN' WITH HEF
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Dear Playboy
A Beauty for the Ages
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I love Claire Sinclair's tribute to Gil Elvgren, the greatest pinup artist of all time, Vargas notwithstanding (Claire Sinclair Is Playmate of the Year, June). Gil would have been thrilled—it's too bad he isn't around to bask in the well-earned glory. Thank you to playboy and Claire for remembering him. Louis Meisel New York, New York
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MOUNTING TRIGGER
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In June's Raw Data you write that Roy Rogers's horse, Trigger, was "stuffed and preserved." Rogers hated it when fans asked about Trigger being stuffed. He preferred the term mounted. I don't know why Roy got riled by stuffed, but he was king of the cowboys and his wishes should be honored. Happy trails.
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WANTING MORE
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To have a stunningly sexy woman like Katie Downes, who claims she loves pos­ing nude, mostly clothed in Becoming Attraction (June) doesn't do her or your readers any justice.
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IMMATURE POLITICS
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I'm not sure which is worse, the so-called activist antics of James O'Keefe or the literary tongue bath given to him by Jordan Lieberman (Who Does James O'Keefe Think He Is?, May). O'Keefe is the politi­cal equivalent of Johnny Knoxville. If the left were to pull such stunts, conservative ideologues would be crying like babies. Nate Gillam Seattle, Washington
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RED IN THE FACE
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I have been a subscriber to playboy for many years and am disappointed with your turn to the left. The latest exam­ple is the Playboy Interview with Lawrence O'Donnell (June), a progressive hack who impugns the intelligence of pundits with far larger audiences.
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A SIP OF PARADISE
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Lawrence O'Donnell says he doesn't drink alcohol because he disliked his first taste. Only a narrow-minded per­son doesn't look beyond his first taste of anything. Please invite O'Donnell to a Mansion party so he can loosen up. Women and alcohol are gifts from God and should not be taken lightly.
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BARNEY FRANK
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Barney Frank speaks in May of an evolv­ing federal government, yet he doesn't seem to realize our democratic experi­ment has failed. The time has come for a philosopher king who leads with wisdom no longer found in Congress and who is unaffected by bribes from plutocrats.
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HAPPY MEMORIES
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Thanks to Jonathan Lethem for his trib­ute to Ernie Kovacs (Kovacs's Gift, May). For those of us who were devoted fans of Kovacs's ABC Specials, Haydn's String Quartet Op. 3, No. 5 remains the Dutch Masters theme, the song "Sentimental Jour­ney" evokes a rotating pencil sharpener and "Mona Lisa" conjures the image of a beautiful lady in a bubble bath with a peri­scope rising from the suds. Lethem states that the Nairobi Trio were three men, but my recollection is that the blonde primate pianist was Ernie's wife, Edie Adams. Stephen Beller The Woodlands, Texas
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Dear Playboy
A BETTER JERK
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Aye, the recipe you share for jerk chicken sauce ("Exotic Bird," After Hours, June) looks delicious on paper, but after some experimentation I believe it can be improved. Add another three quarters of a cup of molasses, twice as much garlic, a shot of dark rum instead of white wine (which is for landlubbers) and another shot of rum. The parrot agrees!
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TWO OUT, ONE ON
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Your baseball preview (May) has some infield gaps. Part of a word is missing
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FAST COMPANY
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In The Great Galactic Gold Rush (April) you note in "The Celestial Supermarket" that catching up to an asteroid doing Mach 3 to mine its precious minerals wouldn't be easy. But there is no Mach speed in space. Mach is the ratio of veloc­ity to the local speed of sound, which in space is zero, and dividing by zero cre­ates a black hole.
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Vanesa Espineira
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If summer is synonymous with bikinis, then this sum­mer has been synonymous with Vanesa Espineira. No other woman wears two tiny pieces of Lycra quite like the Spanish model who stole Axe's latest shower-gel commercial. You know the one—Vanesa and a collection of fel­low beach beauties tease a sand-covered geek to the 1960s doo-wop beat of Brenda and the Tabulations' "The Wash." Once named "best body in a swimsuit" during a Miss Spain contest, Vanesa hasn't found herself wearing much else these days —professionally at least. "Because of my curves, I do mostly lingerie and swimsuit modeling," she says. Sometimes typecasting can be a good thing.
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THE WARREN COMMISSION
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BLUE-RIBBON REPUBLICANS
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First there's the pie-eating contest, then it's off to the outhouse race. Next comes the tall-corn compe­tition. Good old boy or 2012 GOP hopeful? This August at the Iowa State Fair they're one and the same. With the Ames Straw Poll, an impor­tant harbinger for the Iowa primary, held around the same time, you'll find every Republican presidential candi­date at the fair, shaking hands, kissing babies and posing for pictures before a giant butter cow. If they're smart, here's where they'll spend the major­ity of their time.
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CHANGING SPACES
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The challenge: Transform the courtyard of the Museum of Modern Art off­shoot PSl, a public school turned gallery in Queens, into a concert venue for the Warm Up music series, which runs on certain summer Saturdays. The solution: a rope canopy that enhances the courtyard's odd shape, making it an art installation itself while also providing room to party—a brainstorm from the architectural firm Interboro Partners. Further evidence that in New York, the ability to make the most out of a small, unusual space will serve you well.
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ERIN ALEXANDRA
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DON'T COME INTO my bar, Black-Finn in New York City, and order a vodka tonic or a vodka and cran­berry with a top-shelf vodka such as Ketel One. If you like Ketel One you should have it neat or on the rocks. Mixers are for well drinks. LET ME KNOV if you see a girl at the end of the bar you're interested in. When she's done with her drink, I'll tell her an awesome, handsome,
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MASTER AND COMMANDER
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HOW TO BUY HER A SWIMSUIT
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BELIEVE IT OR NOT, Susan Holmes-McKagan, supermodel cum bikini magnate, estimates that half the visitors to her online store (susanholmes.net) are men. Akin to lingerie, the bikini is a staple of the romantic getaway, tropical edition. Df course, setting out to purchase a surprise piece of swimwear is rife with complications (her curves, her modesty and her style all need to be accounted for). Listed above are the rules of thumb according to Holmes-McKagan, whose bikinis have been found on the likes of Heidi Klum and Kate Hudson.
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COOL WORLD
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Jonathan Littman
Craig Heller, a biologist at Stanford University, likes to demonstrate the dangers of overheating by showing infrared images of the top three runners at the midpoint of a 100-mile endurance race. The first-place runner was the coolest, the second-place runner was warmer and the third-place runner was the hottest. "The guy in the lead won in record time," says Heller. "The guy in second finished about two and a half hours behind the leader, and the guy who was warmest dropped out."
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SUN SCREENS
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SURF'S UP No seaside view? No problem. Surfline brings you real-time HD video of more than 90 U.S. beaches. AVERT THE BURN Sun Alert calculates the exact num­ber of rays you should catch based on your skin type and weather conditions. SOUNDS OF SUMMER Drown out the tide with Tuneln Radio Pro, which blasts 40,000 different radio stations. BEACHCOMBER'S DELIGHT Screw your fellow tourists. The Next Move helps you party like a local with tips on indigenous nightlife and cuisine.
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HAMMER TIME
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STEVEN RAICHLEN
I grew up in Baltimore, where learning how to eat Maryland steamed crabs is a rite of passage. Usually your grandfather teaches you, and it was no different in my case. I
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MARYLAND STEAMED CRABS
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DRY SEASON
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A vast wilderness with a cup of interesting city on the side, Portland runs dry in August— climatically speaking. With more microbreweries than churches and a free-spirited ethos, Portland provides a dressed-down night on the town, rain or shine. 6 P.M. Dinner can wait since an afternoon isn't complete without a Schnitzelwich, a husky loin of succulent pork surrounded by romaine let­tuce, ciabatta and a tangy paprika spread, from Tabor (schnitzelwich.com), a Czech installation in Portland's food-cart scene. Partake of the happy-hour specials at Val­entine's (valentineslifeblood .blogspot.com), a discreet downtown bar on a narrow lane, with high ceilings and metal folding chairs. 7:20 P.M. Before the eyes and mind become too bleary,
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CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE
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No one ever asked for a windowless office. The calendars that hang in your cubicle don't feature pictures of other calendars and cubicles. Nor do screen savers scroll through pictures of computer screens. We surround ourselves with pictures of beautiful places for a reason: We long to go to them. So don't turn your summer reprieve into another commute to somewhere you've been before. Instead, go see things few people have seen and do things few people have done. At no time in human history has it been easier to check out that big world of ours. Hop a train from Mali to Senegal. Float down the Amazon. Island-hop along the ragged Croatian coast. Drink yourself happy in Bulgaria's wine country. Bike through Australia. After all, the lust for adven­ture is hardwired into most of us; it's no coincidence that the great American novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ends with Huck announcing he has "got to light out for the territory ahead of the rest." Dust off your passport and go
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HOT FOR BRIDESMAID
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Bridesmaids date back to Roman times, when they served as decoys for bride-nappers and evil spirits. Of course, they also attract a less nefarious predator— the male wedding guest. Blame socioeconomics for their tendency to indulge him. "Historically, women's economic dependence on men made marriage their only avenue to social mobility," says Laura Grindstaff, a sociology professor at the University of California, Davis. "Weddings exaggerate her singleness. And if she's a woman who thinks marriage is her crown­ing achievement, she'll be especially vulnerable." In other words: You may now hit on the bridesmaid.
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THE KILLING
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Billy the Exterminator, the Jack the Ripper of the insect world and star of his own A&E reality series, pre-i fers to condemn summer pests (e.g., mosquitoes) the all-natural way. "EcoSMART's products are amazing. Insects have something called octo-pamine, which is like adrenaline for them. The natural oils in EcoSMART's repellents, however, neutralize octo-pamine and kill insects. All the while, it's safer than hand soap." (from $6, ecosmart.com)
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JIM BEAM
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Captain America: The First Avenger
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Stephen Rebello
The third time could be it for Chris Evans, who—after heating up two Fantastic Four flicks as the Human Torch—grabs a bigger shot at strutting his superhero stuff in Captain America: The First Avenger. Evans plays Marvel Comics' scrawny World War II soldier Steve Rog­ers, who gets transformed by an experimental serum into a superstrong kicker of Nazi butt. "It was so terrifying trying to take on a role that many people are passionate about that I said no multiple times," says Evans while on a break from reprising his role as Caps in The Avengers. "I love what I'm doing, but I enjoy the anonymity of being able to go out to a ball game. It's a six-picture deal, so I could be doing these movies until I'm fucking 40. What­ever comes my way, my only goal is to make sure the die-hard fans are happy. If they come out of the theater
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Limitless
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Bradley Cooper—as a shambling, just-dumped novelist too blocked to write a word—gets fed a magic pill that unlocks the full power of his brain, and bam: He blasts out the book, bangs the super's hot wife, buys sharp new clothes, be­comes a Wall Street wiz­ard and wins back his girl (Abbie Cornish). Finan-
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Tease Frame
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We can all agree Olivia Wilde is one of the most desir­able women on any planet. The 27-year-old actress steams up the small screen as bisexual doctor Thirteen on House and is future-hot in Iron: Legacy. In 2006's Alpha Dog (pictured), she gets arrested for harboring a fugitive—not for causing palpitations. Director Jon Favreau says she is "key" to this summer's Cowboys & Aliens starring Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford.
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What's in Your Netflix Queue?
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Here are the discs PAUL WALKER, star of Fast Five and the new face of Davidoff Cool Water, is
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DANIEL STEIGER
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Indoor Summer Fun
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Once a desert filled with repeats and burn-offs, summer TV is now lousy with all sorts of watchable fare. Here's our selective guide:
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Alice: Madness Returns
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If Lewis Carroll's classic Alice's Adventures in Wonderland tale was trippy, this time down the rabbit hole is an acid freak-out. In this version, Alice is freed from an asylum and under psychiatric care while she copes with the death of her family in a mysterious fire. Alice: Madness Returns (360, PC, PS3) follows Alice as she bounces between London and a Wonderland under attack from an evil force. She crosses paths with the Mad Hatter and Cheshire Cat, shrinks and grows, turns into a cloud of butterflies and battles killer teapots and playing-card people. It's CSI: Wonderland as Alice tries to save the fantasy world and solve the murder of her family. You'll need time to mellow out after. VVV
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Songs to Sell By
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Sure, the music in that TV commercial sounds familiar. Almost every artist is happily shilling for cash and exposure, no matter what the product. Our current favorites:
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NATURAL AMERICAN SPIRIT
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FRIENDS, BENEFITS AND THE ART OF THE BOOTY CALL
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MANTRACK
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PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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I told my wife I fantasize about seeing her with a black man. She allowed me to buy her a black dildo and we've made plans to go to bars so I can watch her flirt with a black man, but she always changes her mind. Is there any hope of my fantasy becoming hers?—J.H., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Failed States
Failed States
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How to Save Civilization
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. o one can argue that we lack the resources to rescue civilization. The scale and urgency Df the changes we must make can seem overwhelming, but considerwhat the U.S. did during World War II. In his State of the Unian address on January 6,1942-one month after the bombing of Pearl Harbor-President Franklin D. Roosevelt called for the manufacture of45,ODD tanks, GD.DOO planes and several thousand ships. "Let no man say it cannot be done," FDR said. He realized thatthe world's largest concentration of indus­trial power was in the U.S. automobile industry, which-even during the Depression-produced 3 million or more cars a year. The auto industry expected to continue making cars and simply add on the production of armaments. But
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Camp Playboy
CAMP PLAYBOY
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W6LCOM6 TO TH€ SUMM6R CflMP OF VOUR DR6RMS—
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ROMANCE
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AS BRITNEY SPEARS.
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AN AFRO IN THE COSMOS
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Cartoons
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this picture on your driver's license, you can be sure you'll never get a ticket."
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article
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64,65,66,67
Article
Golden Eye
GOLDEN EYE
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A sojourn at Ian Fleming's jama beach estate—now a refurbished luxury hotel—where lames Bond was born
200050_20110801_000072.xml
article
68
68,69,70,71,72,73,76,77
Playmate
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Iryna Ivanova, Miss August, 2011
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<p>(travel the globe with miss august]</p>
200050_20110801_000073.xml
article
78
78
Article
Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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One evening a woman and her husband were sitting on their front porch enjoying a bottle of wine together when the woman suddenly said, "I love you."
200050_20110801_000074.xml
article
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79
Cartoon
Cartoons
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doesn't come with batteries and I guarantee she won't without them.'
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article
81
81,80,110,111,112
20Q
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Bryan Cranston
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Eric Spitznagel
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200050_20110801_000076.xml
article
83
83,82,84,116,118,119
Article
Shock Value
SHOCK VALUE
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JASON ZINOMAN
WES CRAVEN created films that became the bloody heart of
200050_20110801_000077.xml
article
85
85
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
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doing everything we can for your husband, Mrs. Carter."
200050_20110801_000078.xml
article
86
86,87,88,89
Article
After Midnight
AFTER Midnight
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Leopold Froehlich
THE SUN'S
200050_20110801_000079.xml
article
90
90,91
Article
Ante Up
ANTE UP
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WHEN YOU HAVE AN ACE IN THE HOLE, YOU SHOULD BET EVERYTHING BUT YOUR INTEGRITY.
200050_20110801_000080.xml
article
92
92,93,94,112,114
Article
Live Nude Models
LIVE NUDE Models
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JONATHAN LETHEM
sax*
200050_20110801_000081.xml
article
95
95
Cartoon
Cartoons
HI-TECH HUSBAND
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200050_20110801_000082.xml
article
97
97,96,98,99,100,101,102,103
Article
Charlie Sheen's Goddess has left the Building
Charlie Sheen's GOODESS has left the BUILDING
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GAVIN EDWARDS
THE SECRET LIFE OF "GODDESS"
200050_20110801_000083.xml
article
105
105
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
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is off today. Could I interest you in a waitress's surprise?"
200050_20110801_000084.xml
article
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106
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
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worry about the dragon. We have separate caves."
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advertisement
107
107
Display Ad
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Playboy
Playboy
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advertisement
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107
Display Ad
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PLAYBOY
PLAYBOY
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article
108
108
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Cartoons
[cartoon]
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sorry, guys. I'm moving on to bigger things.'
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109
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LUNAZUL
LUNAZUL
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article
110
110
Cartoon
Cartoons
[cartoon]
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relationship is loosely based on true events."
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article
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111
Cartoon
Cartoons
Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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article
112
112
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Cartoons
[cartoon]
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have a passenger on board.. .she's giving me a blow job."
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SINCLAIR Institute
SINCLAIR Institute
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article
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114
Cartoon
Cartoons
Meaty MYTHS
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advertisement
115
115
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pantygift
pantygift
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advertisement
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115
Display Ad
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DR
DR
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article
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Cartoons
[cartoon]
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you at least give me a chance to grow tired of her?"
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117
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Vitali-T-Aid
Vitali-T-Aid
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article
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118
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Cartoons
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reminder, folks! Don't forget our traditional after-marathon orgy!"
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LIBERATOR
LIBERATOR
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HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
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123
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applied nutrition
applied nutrition
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article
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124
Article
Playmate News
PLAYMATE PHILANTHROPISTS
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With great power (and beauty) comes great respon­sibility, and we are pleased that so many of our Playmates use their fame and status to help others. There is no shortage of generous souls in the . Playmate sorority—in fact, as in an award
200050_20110801_000104.xml
article
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124
Article
Playmate News
YOU TOO CAN LOOK THIS DAHM GOOD
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The Dahm triplets, Misses December 1998 Erica, Jaclyn and Nicole Dahm, all had babies in 2010 but promptly whipped their bodies back into amazing shape
200050_20110801_000105.xml
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124
Article
Playmate News
FLASHBACK
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Ten years ago this month we found Miss August 2001 Jennifer Walcott. The pride of Youngstown, Ohio, Jennifer moved to Hollywood and found herself in high demand. She appeared on "Weakest Link and Howard Stern, in the film American Pie Presents Band Camp and a handful of music videos as well as several Playboy videos. Carmen Electra even selected Jennifer for her celebrity photogra­pher pictorial on Playboy .com. Jennifer is married to former NFL player Adam Archuleta, and the couple has a son named Jett James.
200050_20110801_000106.xml
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124
Article
Playmate News
DID YOU KNOW?
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Miss February 1976 Laura Lyons's
200050_20110801_000107.xml
article
125
125
Article
Playmate News
MY FAVORITE PLAYMATE
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JOHN SCHNEIDER
—actor, Smollville and the indie film Doonby
200050_20110801_000108.xml
article
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125
Article
Playmate News
PLAYMATE GOSSIP
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Miss February 2010 Heather Rae Young dropped by Jimmy Kimmel L/VeS to help th« late-night hos withaBudLigl promo. "I didn get to see what I was going t say beforehan
200050_20110801_000109.xml
article
125
125
Article
Playmate News
TERI IS ONE TOUGH MUDDER
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The Georgia Tough Mudder is a grueling 12.4-mile race that requires con­testants to crawl through mud, run through fire and sprint through a field of live wires and other freakish obstacles. "To me getting dirty means burn­ing calories, sweating and breaking physical boundaries," says Miss October 2002 Teri Harrison, who survived the event. "It was the most physically challenging experience of my life. I recommend it to anyone who wants to
200050_20110801_000110.xml
article
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125
Article
Playmate News
IS THERE HOPE FOR YOU? GET A PRO RATING ON YOUR PHYSICAL APPEAL
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"Wow, that's a face I wouldn't mind wak­ing up to." That's something you might hear PMOY 2010 Hope Dworaczyk say to you in her app, The Rating Game. Sim­ply submit your photo, and Hope shares her opinion. Not into honesty? You can set it to a mode in which she pans your friends' looks and swoons over yours.
200050_20110801_000111.xml
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125
Article
Playmate News
DID YOU KNOW?
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Miss August 2000 Summer Altice spun records at the Playboy afterparty during the Cannes International Film Festival.
200050_20110801_000112.xml
article
127
127,128,129
Article
Playboy Forum
DO SOMETHING
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RACHEL SHTEIR
ON COMING TO TERMS WITH BEING SAVED BY A MAN
200050_20110801_000113.xml
article
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130
Letters to the Editor
Playboy Forum
PLAYBOY AND FEMINISM
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I have never agreed with denunciations of pi ay boy as antifemale pornography ("The Bunny Mystique," June). The magazine challenged the 1950s dogma that getting married was the only way to achieve the good life and insisted the "girl next door" enjoyed sex, especially with a man sophisticated enough to set the mood with a tastefully decorated apartment, great music and a refined selection of food and drink, playboy was a staunch defender of women's right to explore their (hetero)sexuality and control their reproductive decisions. But the vision of liberation that Hugh Hefner presented had more in com­mon with the outlook of Helen Gurley Brown—whose 1962 best-seller Sex and the Single Girl taught women to use sex to get access to the good things in life before settling into domesticity—than the view put forward by Betty Friedan, who argued that men and women need sources of meaning beyond consumer­ism and in addition to sex. Both Hefner and Brown encouraged a certain objec-tification of the other gender, focusing on a few secondary sexual characteristics
200050_20110801_000114.xml
article
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130
Letters to the Editor
Playboy Forum
INKING FOR A FIGHT
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In response to "It's the Ink, Not the Canvas," (Newsfront, April), about the art­ist who fought authorities in Hermosa Beach to open a tattoo parlor, I thought I'd share a typically idiotic letter to the editor published by our local rag: "Tat­toos are low class. Tattoo parlors should be in the ghetto where the people who wear them live. You don't see many tattoos at yacht clubs; they are for con­victs, drug addicts and criminals. Keep them east of the Pacific Coast Highway, beyond the city gates!" Though I love a good tattoo, I of course realize beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. But just because some people have no fashion sense, are we going to ban stores that sell ugly clothes?
200050_20110801_000115.xml
article
130
130
Letters to the Editor
Playboy Forum
VICTORY OVER LUST
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I agree with David Lentz's assessment in Reader Response (May) that Christians are not hypocrites for reading playboy, because Jesus only forbade lusting after married women. The word lust is often misunderstood. In Matthew, Chapter 5, Jesus states that desiring to do something sinful (such as committing murder or adultery) is likewise a sin. If a Christian reads the magazine but does not wish to do anything sinful with the models, I see no harm.
200050_20110801_000116.xml
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130
Letters to the Editor
Playboy Forum
MISSING OUT
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The letters you've published about prisoner education (Reader Response, April and June) are interesting. I have
200050_20110801_000117.xml
article
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131
Article
Playboy Forum
NEWS FRONT
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I Spy...Hypocrisy
200050_20110801_000118.xml
article
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132,133
Article
Grapevine
GRAPEVINE
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Topsider
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article
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134
Article
Next Month
NEXT MONTH
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AMBER HEARD-IN 20O THE ACTRESS TALKS TO ERIC SPITZNAGEL ABOUT HER RECKLESS DRIVING HABITS, HER LOVE AFFAIR WITH AMERICAN MUSCLE CARS AND HER NEW ROLE ON THE PLAYBOY CLUB ON NBC.
200050_20110801_000120.xml
advertisement
135
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Display Ad
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Newport
Newport
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200050_20110801_000121.xml
advertisement
136
136
Display Ad
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PINNACLE VODKA
PINNACLE VODKA
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200050_20110801_000122.xml
advertisement
136
136
Display Ad
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PINNACLE VODKA
PINNACLE VODKA
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200050_20110801_000123.xml