Issue: 20130101

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Another year has flown by, full of laughter and heartbreak, dark­ness and light. To kick off 2013 we've assembled a wildly ambitious double issue. It starts with a look at the life of fic­tional character Dean Moriarty courtesy of the inimitable Jack Kerouac, who seared Moriarty's pathos into the American soul with his novel On the Road, which has finally made it to the big screen. Chasing Moriarty is excerpted from a Kerouac short story that originally appeared in this magazine in 1959. Follow that up with a terrific yarn by a mas­ter of American crime fiction, Lawrence Block. Keller at Sea is an excerpt from Block's forthcoming novel Hit Me, in which our main character, a hit man, joins his wife on a cruise so he can take care of a little busi­ness. Speaking of ships at sea, actor Scott Speedman is back starring in Last Resort, a TV series about life aboard a nuclear sub­marine. In this issue's 2OQ, Speedman dishes on fictional chemical warfare—the "weapons-grade hallucinogens" his charac­ter ingests on the show. "I'm tripping in prime time," he says. We've got a contact high!
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The World Of Playboy
THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEFSIGHTINGS,
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Hangin' With Hef
HANGIN' WITH HEF
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HALLOWEEN AT THE MANSION
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Dear Playboy
LESSONS FROM HISTORY
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Nancy L. Cohen's characterizations of Republican motives and her gener­alizations about conservative ideology are entirely off base (Screwed, Novem­ber). If playboy values liberty, including "sexual freedom," you should be pro­moting the party that does the most to limit government involvement in your life. Besides, it's not sexual activity that is under assault but economic freedom. In that department, history demon­strates that Democrats get it right only when they think like Republicans. Fur­ther, if progressives believe their values have prevailed over the past 40 years, they should welcome the opportunity to prove it by allowing the states to regulate abortion. Republicans are not trying to control anyone's sex life; they are promoting personal responsibility as a means of preventing consequences that liberals deal with after the fact. It's a shame to see playboy sacrifice gentle­manly flair for cheap punditry.
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Dear Playboy
FIFTY SHADES OF JOEL
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I was disappointed to read Joel Stein's essay "A Guy's Guide to Mommy Porn" (Men, September), in which he dismisses Fifty Shades of Grey, the first volume in the popular trilogy of BDSM novels, as too verbose. Despite Stein's misgivings, I encourage every man to have his girl­friend or wife read the books. My wife did, and the benefits have been amaz­ing. Now I'm encouraging her to read
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Britany Nola
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I have been reading playboy since 1959, but nothing has ever made me feel strongly enough to write until I saw Playmate Britany Nola (Where the Music Takes Her, November). Thank you for sharing this beautiful woman. One more tiny photo would be nice. Charles Turner San Antonio, Texas
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Dear Playboy
JACK REACHER, DOWNSIZED
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The Playboy Interview with Lee Child (October) reveals him as a wonder­fully intelligent, witty and perceptive writer. It's no wonder I marvel at his Jack Reacher novels. But shame on Paramount Pictures for casting five-foot-seven Tom Cruise to play the
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BOWS AND ARROWS
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1 am pleased to see your guide to the growing sport of archery ("High Strung," Mantrack, October). But if you want to become an archer, it is wise to give it a try before you invest in equipment. The best place to do that is an archery club, which can supply the gear as well as instruction on safety and technique. You will find archers to be friendly, helpful and always willing to lend a spare part. Most impor­tant, your report notes the bull's-eye is 70 meters away, but a novice will more likely start indoors with a bull's-eye that is 18 meters away, then move to ones at 30 meters and farther. For more infor­mation, visit the International Archery Federation at archery.org.
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Dear Playboy
HAIR APPARENT
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I always enjoy your editorials and articles. However, something has been noticeably lacking in the pictorials. My enthusiasm is restored by the model Anna (La Strada, November), who makes me want to rush out and invest in a Vespa scooter. She and the neatly trimmed Bri-tany Nola confirm my hunch that not all women have gone bald. Whew! You had me worried for a while.
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LETTING IT GO
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Stephen Colbert's fear of accidentally driving a boat into a channel marker is justified (Playboy Interview, November). In 2010 an intoxicated captain on the Rappahannock River hit a steel channel marker after dark at 35 miles an hour, killing one of his passengers and seri­ously injuring most of the rest. But since Colbert doesn't sound like a person who would drink and boat—in fact, he sounds reassuringly sane and responsible—he should put this fear aside. Plus, the 45 seconds it would have taken to reach the marker was plenty of time for him to have looked up and avoided it all by himself, without his wife alerting him. Bob Lazar Richmond, Virginia
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CROSSING THE BORDER
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If the CIA finds it hard to cross the North Korean border, as you suggest in the opening lines of The World's Most Dangerous 18 Holes (November), I would be happy to recommend travel agencies. That's how several other Americans and I made the trip. North Korea encour­ages Westerners to visit because the country is in dire need of hard cur­rency. Our guides were unfailingly polite and generally friendly, though we didn't agree on everything: One insisted that despite my admiration for Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steven Seagal is clearly cinema's best action star. For years journalists have sold wide-eyed and breathless accounts of how dangerous and impossible it is for people to visit North Korea, but I expect more from playboy. Your readers would be better served by a city guide to Pyongyang.
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GIRLS OF THE BIG TEN
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Rachel Rockefeller of the University of Iowa is a real stunner (Girls of the Big Ten, October). You have featured many other beautiful women in your magazine, but with her fantastic figure and looks to match, Rachel has my vote for Playmate of the Month, Year and Decade. What a smile!
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WHO WAS THERE?
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In "Point and Shoot" (After Hours, November), you describe Nick Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam war photo as show­ing "American soldiers ignoring a naked
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STILL FIGHTING
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We wanted to show our appreciation to Dean Yeagle, one of our favorite car­toonists, for sending us a custom Mandy pinup. Also, thanks to Hugh Hefner and the rest of the playboy staff for supporting
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PLAYBOY IS MY CO-PILOT
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My friend was pulled over by a state trooper while giving me a ride home. As it happens, I was looking through an issue of playboy. When the officer pointed his flashlight into the car, he spotted the Centerfold. He told us we should have been "looking out for police instead of looking at pornography," but I explained I was reading the articles and told him one of the Party Jokes. He laughed and let us off with a warning. Thanks, playboy!
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Playboy Afterhours January/February 2013
CLAIRE COFFEE
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• "I MUST EXUDE some sort of inno­cence." Actress Claire Coffee is discussing her Cali­fornia roots. "People always think I'm from the Midwest, like the innocent, sweet girl next door." That may be the case for her role as an assistant DA on Franklin & Bash but not for her part on Grimm, on which she plays Adalind, TV's sexiest demon. "Her confidence adds to the sexi­ness," Claire says. "She's not afraid to use all her wiles. I was in my under­wear on set today and will be again tomorrow night. I fully embrace that this is the naked character on the show." We do too.
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Playboy Afterhours January/February 2013
OFF THE ROPES
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STOP SAYING THE SWEET SCIENCE IS DEAD
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WAR GAMES
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IRAN TAKES A VIDEO GAME PROBLEM TO THE NEXT LEVEL
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FLASH FORWARD
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TWO NEW BOOKS PROVE THE ART OF THE PINUP STILL HAS LEGS
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Playboy Afterhours January/February 2013
UPTOWN NEW ORLEANS
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YOU'VE BEEN TO MARDI GRASAND JAZZFEST. NOW DO AMERICA'S MOST DECADENT CITY LIKE A GEN­TLEMAN: GO EARLY, GO ELEGANT
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Playboy Afterhours January/February 2013
TUNE UP
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WHERE THE MUSIC IS
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Playboy Afterhours January/February 2013
HAUTE WINGS
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Eric Steinman
Anyone who has consumed his weight in buffalo wings at a Super Bowl party knows there are wings eaten out of sheer hunger and there are wings that are devoured because they taste so good. Chef Michael Symon—restaurateur, co-host of ABC's The Chew and author of Michael Symon's Carnivore: 120 Reci­pes for Meat Lovers—knows a thing or two about doing chicken the right way. Case in point: these wings, spiked with the highly addictive Southeast Asian sriracha sauce. The fact that they're baked, not fried, means less time cooking and more time watching
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MODERN MOONSHINE
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Eric Steinman
WITH CRAFT DIST^LERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY GETTING IN ON THE ACT, AMERICA'S RENEGADE SOUTHERN SPIRIT GOES LEGIT
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THE FULL MONTY
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Adam Tschorn
KNOWN AS THE DUFFLE COAT, THE TOGGLE COAT OR THE MONTY, THIS IS THE COOLEST COAT FOR WINTER
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Playboy Afterhours January/February 2013
IN DEFENSE OF THE CARDIGAN
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Adam Tschorn
NO THANKS TO MR. ROGERS, THESE ARE THE THREE MEN WHO MADE THE CARDIGAN COOL
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LOOM LARGE
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HOW A $19 PAIR OF UNDERWEAR JUST MIGHT SAVE AMERICA
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JACK REACHER
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Stephen Rebello
• Oscar-winning writer-director Chris­topher McQuarrie (The Usual Suspects) returns with the bare-knuckled Jack Readier, based on one of Lee Child's 16 gritty best-selling crime-thriller adven­tures about the eponymous offbeat ex-military homicide investigator and loner. The trail of a phantom serial sniper leads Reacher (Tom Cruise) straight to Rosamund Pike, Robert Duvall, Werner Herzog and Richard Jenkins. "One of the reasons Tom Cruise and I get along so well is that he's absolutely tireless," says McQuarrie. "Lunch breaks, nights off, weekends don't really appeal to either of us while filming. The tone of the novel—the rust belt America setting, the alienation of Reacher, who rides buses rather than drive—these were our clear influences. Anyone who knows anything about me and my work knows you're going to come to the theater and feel respected." Tell that to the internet snip­ers who have slammed him and Child for casting Cruise in a role that calls for a six-foot-five, tough-as-nails bruiser built like a refrigerator. "We took extraordi­nary care and respect in choosing those dimensions I thought were most impor­tant to capturing the spirit of the novel," says McQuarrie. "Those who have com­mented [negatively] have made it clear that I've lost them, so I've written them off. But those people are not worthy of respect. I'm focused on those who are skeptical and cautiously optimistic."
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GAME CHANGE
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• Mocking the controversial John McCain- Sarah Palin campaign is easy, so HBO strives for (but doesn't totally achieve) balance in this original movie. Julianne Moore portrays a softer side of the prickly veep contender, though Palin's alleged catatonic meltdowns and prima donna antics helped doom the campaign. The ultimate problem is evident: She was in way over her head. Best extra: "Creating the Candidate" explores the commit­ment and ego that drive presidential nominees. VVV
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TEASE FRAME
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SINGING THE PRAISES OF LES MISERABLES
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Eddie Redmayne (My Week With Marilyn) plays Marius, the passionate young hero in the new film version of the popular stage musical based on the classic Victor Hugo novel. Q: How intense was the competition for Marius? A: When I heard they were making Les Miserables, I was in North Carolina playing a Texan cowboy in a film. I ran into a trailer, sang one of Marius's songs, recorded it with my phone and sent it to my agents. From there it was like a full-on X Factor-style audition in front of the producers, composer, lyricist, director, casting director. It was the most nerve-racking experience of my life.
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THE THREE BEST GAMES YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED IN 2012
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TV HITS THE RESET BUTTON
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• After a lackluster fall that brought just two new hits (.Revolution, Elemen­tary'), broadcasters begin regrouping in January with a slew of fresh offerings. The best of the bunch—hell, the best new show of the season—is Fox's The Fol­lowing. It stars Kevin Bacon as Ryan Hardy, an ex-FBI agent lured back on the job by serial killer and cult leader Joe Carroll (James Purefoy), a Poe-quoting monster whose gruesome handiwork makes Hannibal Lecter look like an under-achiever. Hardy put Carroll in jail a decade ago, but prison hasn't stopped the bloodshed: Instead, Carroll has used the internet to create a social network of disciples willing to kill for him. Filled with white-knuckle tension from start to finish, The Following is the best network-TV thriller since 24.
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Talking With Laurel Nakadate
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It's easy to feel unsettled by the work of artist Laurel Nakadate, whose photos and videos often feature herself, an attractive woman, doing strange things, such as crying in public or hosting fake birthday parties with older men. While provocative, her art is ultimately a tender comment on loneliness and the lives of young women. It earned her a retrospective at MoMA PS1 last year titled Only the Lonely, and her latest work, 365 Days: A Catalogue of Tears, is out now as a hardcover book, playboy Contributing Editor James Franco discusses with Naka­date how she approaches her work and finds inspiration for her controversial pieces.
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Men
Why Money Makes Us Squirm
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JOEL STEIN
ike all people who are getting divorced, my friend talked about loneliness, his sex life and the damage di­vorce would do to his kids. After five min­utes of this, he—like all people who are getting divorced—spent half an hour talking about money. My friend said he was lucky in that he had saved up "a pretty big chunk." When I gingerly asked him how much "a pretty big chunk" was, he gingerly said, "A lot more than you'd think." This went on for a few minutes. He said "quite a bit," "a good start" and "not nearly enough to re­tire." It was like playing The Price Is Right's Showcase Showdown with a car salesman. For the next few weeks I kept coming up with equations to try to figure out how much he had—approximating his salary, his mortgage and the number of times he eats out each week. I had no idea why this bothered me so much—especially since I spent no time whatsoever trying to figure out why he was getting divorced.
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SO YOU THINK YOU WANT TO HAVE A THREESOME? THINK AGAIN AND AGAIN
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IW WM"1| M Lampanelli, am nothing if not an I 11* /■ honest beyotch. So during my first I I ^^ / ^ telephone conversation with the I 11 ■ I l^k man who would eventually be-# M^M-mJJ- M. come my husband—the infamous Jimmy Big Balls—I told him what
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PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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I heard the term ruined orgasm and decided to do a web search. To my surprise my wife and I have been doing the most com­mon type, "abandoning" the cli­max, for years. I've asked her to thumb or palm my ejaculation, but she won't because she thinks there could be health risks asso­ciated with this form of denial. Can you settle this?—J.M., Phil­adelphia, Pennsylvania
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THE SUBURBS ARE DEAD
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APPLE PICKING
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Props for "How Apple Rules America" (October), which effec­tively portrays the company as an example of the current land­scape in which executives benefit from huge profits while pay­ing low wages and taxes. There is a solution. The government could mandate that all corpora­tions that dodge taxes by creating front companies or funneling profits through countries with lower rates will have a 50 per­cent sales tax imposed on their products in this country. I am pleased to say I own not a single Apple product. But I will shop at Walmart more frequently, since it appears to toe up to the tax line by paying a 24 percent rate.
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BIG GULP OF FREEDOM
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As a staunch libertarian who has dropped 50 pounds by counting calories, I am in nearly complete agreement with Melba Newsome's dismissal of New York mayor Michael Bloomberg's war on oversize soft drinks ("Hands Off My Big Gulp," October). I take issue, however, with her asser­tion that requiring restaurants
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HEF AND CHRISTIANS
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As an Orthodox Christian, I want to thank Hugh Hefner for pro­viding a forum to defend the faith in the wake of his Septem­ber editorial, Sexual Freedom, and the Playboy Interview with Richard Dawkins. Everyone should have
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65,64,66,181,182,183,184,185,186
Article
The Big Cigar
The BiG Cigar
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JOSHUAH BEARMAN
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200050_20130101_000067.xml
article
67
67
Cartoon
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Cartoon
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about it.. .two more wishes at this point would seem like overkill."
200050_20130101_000068.xml
article
68
68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75,76,77
Article
Paz De La Huerta
Paz De La Huerta
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[no value]
[no value]
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Wgijtig&ar of film
200050_20130101_000069.xml
article
78
78,79,80,168,169,170,171
Article
The Miami Zombie
THE MIAMI ZOMBIE
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[no value]
[no value]
FRANK OWEN
A GRUESOME CRIME SPARKS A GLOBAL PANIC OVER A DRUG THAT, POLICE SAY,
200050_20130101_000070.xml
article
81
81
Cartoon
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Cartoon
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don't mind, but my kimono is at the cleaner's...!"
200050_20130101_000071.xml
article
83
83,82,84,85,86,87,88,89
Article
The Playmate As Fine Art
The Playmate as Fine Art
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Seven famous contemporary
200050_20130101_000072.xml
article
90
90,91,92,171,172
Article
Chasing Moriarty
CHASING MORIARTY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
JACK KEROUAC
ean couldn't have been
200050_20130101_000073.xml
article
93
93
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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pretty obvious we're not the first to land on the planet Mars!"
200050_20130101_000074.xml
article
95
95,94,188,189
20Q
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Scott Speedman
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Kevin Cook
[no value]
200050_20130101_000075.xml
article
96
96,97,98,99,100,101-103,104,105
Playmate
[no value]
Karina Marie, Miss January 2013
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
<p>FROM SKI BUNNY TO PLAYBOY BUNNY, MISS JANUARY KARINA MARIE HITS THE SAUNA</p>
200050_20130101_000076.xml
article
106
106
Article
Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
A wife texted her husband on a cold winter morning, "Windows frozen."
200050_20130101_000077.xml
article
107
107
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Cartoons
Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
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for a midnight noisemaker?"
200050_20130101_000078.xml
article
108
108,109,110,111,112,113
Article
Cars Of The Year 2013
Cars of the Year 2013
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
A.J. BAIME
KEN GROSS
IF IT HAS WHEELS AND AN ENGINE, OUR TEAM OF AUTOMOTIVE
200050_20130101_000079.xml
article
114
114,115,116,162,164,165,166
Fiction
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KELLER AT SEA
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
LAWRENCE BLOCK
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200050_20130101_000080.xml
article
117
117
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Cartoon
[no value]
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anxious to meet the roommate I share everything with."
200050_20130101_000081.xml
article
118
118,119,120,121,122,123-125,126,127,128
Playmate
[no value]
Shawn Dillon, Miss February, 2013
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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<p>GRAB YOUR ROD AND REEL AND</p>
200050_20130101_000082.xml
article
129
129
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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need some accessories. You know—a townhouse, some beachfront property, a ski lodge...:
200050_20130101_000083.xml
article
130
130,131,132,133,134,135
Article
Playboy's Winter Fashion Special
HALL TO THE CHEF
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[no value]
[no value]
JENNIFER RYAN JONES
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200050_20130101_000084.xml
article
136
136,137
Cartoon
Cartoons
In Bed With Dedini
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[no value]
[no value]
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"Priscilla, the orchestra's playing our song."
200050_20130101_000085.xml
article
138
138,139,140,141,142,143
Article
The Year In Sex
THE YEAR IN SEX
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
RST BLUNDERS, KINKIEST SCANDALS, TTEST WOMEN AND WEIRDEST NEWS
200050_20130101_000086.xml
article
145
145,144,174,175,176,177
Playboy Interview
50 Years Of The Playboy's Interview
Salman Rushdie
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
David Sheff
[no value]
200050_20130101_000087.xml
article
146
146,147,148,150,177,178,179,180
Article
The Car Of The Future
THE CAR OF THE FUTURE
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[no value]
[no value]
NEAL GABLER
UKbb I bM HNU hUKU.
200050_20130101_000088.xml
article
149
149
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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and good head. This beer and I have a lot in common."
200050_20130101_000089.xml
article
151
151,152,153,154,155,156,157,158,159,160,161
Article
Playboy's From 2012
Playmate Review
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
TIME TO CAST YOUR VOTE IN THE SEASON'S SECOND-MOST-IMPORTANT ELECTION
200050_20130101_000090.xml
article
163
163
Cartoon
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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had the right idea for New Year's Eve—avoid the crowds, stay home and go to bed early."
200050_20130101_000091.xml
article
164
164
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
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catch you at a bad time?"
200050_20130101_000092.xml
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165
165
Display Ad
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[no value]
[no value]
Rimber-ley
Rimber-ley
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000093.xml
article
166
166
Cartoon
Cartoons
MEATY Myths
[no value]
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[no value]
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200050_20130101_000094.xml
advertisement
167
167
Display Ad
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SINCLAIR Institute
SINCLAIR Institute
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000095.xml
article
169
169
Cartoon
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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perfect just the way you are—your nose job, your lip
200050_20130101_000096.xml
article
172
172
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Cartoons
Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Stop making a pest of yourself!"
200050_20130101_000097.xml
article
173
173
Cartoon
Cartoons
Dirty Duck
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Bobby London
[no value]
200050_20130101_000098.xml
advertisement
175
175
Display Ad
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[no value]
[no value]
LIBIDO-MAX
LIBIDO-MAX
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000099.xml
article
179
179
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
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that I'm complaining, R.J., but I was hoping that once we were in the same room we might talk directly to one another."
200050_20130101_000100.xml
article
180
180
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Cartoon
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heard that the food is pretty good here, but the service is slow."
200050_20130101_000101.xml
article
182
182
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Cartoon
[no value]
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I'm seeing someone else!"
200050_20130101_000102.xml
article
184
184
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Cartoon
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[no value]
too!"
200050_20130101_000103.xml
advertisement
185
185
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PlusProMedical
PlusProMedical
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000104.xml
advertisement
187
187
Display Ad
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[no value]
[no value]
HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000105.xml
article
188
188
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
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you like to know what he's apologizing for!"
200050_20130101_000106.xml
article
189
189
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Cartoons
Cartoon
[no value]
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• you make any New Year's resolutions that deal with morality or abstinence, may I see you in the coat room?"
200050_20130101_000107.xml
article
190
190,191
Article
Playmate News
PLAYMATE NEWS
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Agnes Bruckner tvillplay
200050_20130101_000108.xml
article
192
192
Article
Next Month
NEXT MONTH
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[no value]
[no value]
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SHERLYN CHOPRA-THANKS TO TWITTER, IT'S NO SECRET THE BOLLYWOOD ACTRESS WILL BE THE FIRST INDIAN WOMAN TO APPEAR ON OUR COVER, BUT THE PHOTOS INSIDE ARE EVEN SEXIER THAN YOU'VE HEARD. MEET A CONFIDENT AND COU­RAGEOUS WOMAN IN A SIZZLING PICTORIAL.
200050_20130101_000109.xml
advertisement
CV3
CV3
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
B M W
B M W
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000110.xml
advertisement
CV4
CV4
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WOODFORD RESERVE
WOODFORD RESERVE
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000111.xml
advertisement
CV4
CV4
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
WOODFORD RESERVE
WOODFORD RESERVE
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20130101_000112.xml