Issue: 20130701

Monday, July 1, 2013
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SUMMER DOUBLE ISSUE
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Calvin Klein
Calvin Klein
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JACK DANIEL
JACK DANIEL
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FALLINGSKIES
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KICK ASS
KICK ASS
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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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Hangin' With Hef
HANGIN' WITH HEF
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RAQUEL POMPLUN IS PLAYMATE OF THE YEAR
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PURITY VODKA
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B M W
B M W
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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
HOUSE OF CARDS
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Matthew Cox, the real estate fraudster, deserves a special place in con man hell (Sale of the Century, May). He is undoubt­edly gifted, but he also happens to be a sleazeball who took people's money and property and destroyed lives. And all because he'd been slighted by his father? The irony is that Cox's dad, while visiting Cox in prison, complimented him only on having "lived an incredible life."
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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
MUSIC NOTES
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In "Rock Relic" (After Hours, April), Adam Baer laments the dearth of new guitar gods. I recommend he listen to Orianthi's Heaven in This Hell, though technically it could be called blues. Orianthi is only 28, but Carlos Santana says he's ready to pass her the torch. Dave Smith Winston, Oregon
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Dear Playboy
THE GREATEST INTERVIEW
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I was one of those enthusiastic white college students Muhammad Ali spoke to (Playboy Classic, May). When he vis­ited Virginia Tech in 1971, he was well versed, told great stories, showed a great sense of humor and didn't preach. At the end of his talk, he took questions. Every­one wanted him to do the Ali shuffle, but he said he would need an opponent. The crowd started chanting, "Char­lie! Charlie!"—referring to a basketball
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Dear Playboy
THE GREATEST PHOTO
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The March cover photo of Liza Kei on a sheet, wearing a diamond choker and thigh-high stockings, is the epitome of, well, everything. It's the picture to end all pictures. It took pij\yboy 60 years to get this one, and I doubt you'll be able to top it in the next 60 years.
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Dear Playboy
ROUGH AND READY
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1 he columns by Joel Stein and Lisa Lam­panelli in April hit on an important trend, the pussification of America. Although I agree with Stein's confusion and disgust at being told by a supposed friend that his wine selection might get him punched in the testicles ("You Are What You Eat," Men), if a friend said that to me, he'd be the one in danger of injury. Anyone who thinks a wine is too dry or hasn't matured enough doesn't understand why a man drinks. I also like what Lampanelli says about what she would like a man to be ("Man Up!,"
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Dear Playboy
Diamonds Are Forever
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Thank you for the great pictorial of Tamara Ecdestone (The Diamond Heiress, May). Seeing the exquisite Tamara is just one of the many reasons I enjoy playboy month after month.
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PLAYBOYSTORE
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Dear Playboy
IN THE BEGINNING
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Thank you for James Franco's interview with filmmaker Sam Raimi (Francofile, April). Sam was a grade or two ahead of me, but I recall the morning talk show he and a classmate played over the intercom in the mid-1970s at West Maple Junior High in West Bloomfield, Michigan. It always began with a Bachman-Turner Overdrive song. Then we'd hear "Hi, Steve!" "Hi, Sam!" and laughter. And they were off. It was clear even then he was a talented guy.
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Dear Playboy
CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?
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John Gray's essay "Atheism Wars" (Forum, April), in which he argues there is little reason to think our world would be a better place if no one believed in God, is so full of non sequiturs and inanity it's difficult to know how to respond. Theists live in a fairy-tale world where, if they're good, they'll go on to "heaven" and spend eternity with the deity. What a riot. Pull the other one.
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Dear Playboy
BLACK AND WHITE
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I would have loved to study the plans for your urban bachelor pad (Retro Ren­ovation, May), but there were too many distractions, such as the chessboard set up the wrong way, with the black queen on a white square.
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Dear Playboy
WALL CANDY
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In your report on great barbershops (Fade In, March), you show a rack filled
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Dear Playboy
A MODEST PROPOSAL
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It seems to me that if players have only a 15-year window to get into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, sports-writers should have to give up their vote after 15 years as well ("What the Hall?," After Hours, May).
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TRAIL OF TEARS
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Leave it to Chuck Palahniuk, with his short story Cannibal (May), to ruin cun-nilingus for the rest of us.
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ORIS
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
VALERIE AZLYNN
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• "RUNNING AROUND your apartment in your underwear is a lot of fun," says Valerie Azlynn, lounging at home in Los Angeles. She plays Melanie, the smoking-hot beer-chugging paramedic in the tight uniform on TBS's Sullivan & Son. "I grew up a trombone-playing, opera-singing goofball," she says, "but I learned to love my body." Although she's "one of the guys" on TV, that's not the case off­screen. "In real life I'm a girlie girl."
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MAN OVERBOARD
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David Roth
THE PLAN TO RESCUE MEN FROM THE SUPER­MARKET IS AS DUMB AS IT SOUNDS
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
STRIKE A CHORD
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-» Picking up a guitar helps you pick up women, according to two recent studies. In a French study, a subject introduced him­self to 300 women; 31 percent gave him their number when he was carrying a guitar, compared with nine percent when he had a gym bag. Students at Tel Aviv University found 14 out of 50 people accepted a Facebook
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
HOW NOT TO GET ROBBED LIKE A CELEBRITY
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Jeremy Gordon
CELEBS FROM MEGAN FOX TO KANYE WEST HAVE BEEN CLEANED OUT BY CROOKS. HERE ARE TIPS FOR YOU-AND THEM-TO AVOID A POLICE REPORT
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
DEAD MAN TALKING
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Dan Dunn
STAYING SOCIAL FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
Best Summer Ever
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Nora O'Donnell
IF YOU SPENT
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INSIDER IBIZA
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Ruby Warrington
TOP TASTEMAKERS TELL HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF THE FANTASY ISLAND'S LUXE LIFE
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
NEVER SLEEP HOW TO DO IBIZA, FROM DUSK TO DAWN
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BAR 1805
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BUD LIGHT
BUD LIGHT
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PRAWN STAR
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PIMP YOUR SHRIMP WITH OUR SPICY GRILLED SPIN ON SHRIMP COCKTAIL
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HEARTLAND QUALITY OMAHA STEAKS
HEARTLAND QUALITY OMAHA STEAKS
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NICE CANS
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Lessley Anderson
BIGGER IS BETTER THIS SUMMER THANKS TO ARTISANAL TALL BOYS
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
CLIP ART
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THEY'RE BACK! GLASSES WITH CLIP-ON SHADES ARE A ONE-TWO PUNCH THIS SUMMER
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
BACK IN BLACK (AND WHITE)
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WELCOME TO THE CLASSIC-ROCK T-SHIRT RENAISSANCE
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
KNOCKED OFF
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-» The smart take on the rock T-shirt came from the streets. Fans with access to design software and silk screens took rock imagery and stripped it down to its most basic, graphic elements. A few classics (from left to right): The first names of the Ramones spelled out in Helvetica spawned countless imitators; pop ska legends the Specials' checkerboard design can't fail; Black Flag's four bars have become the punk rock aesthetic benchmark; the New York City tee says John Lennon without saying "John Lennon"; Joy Division's ethereal Unknown Pleasures album art is art in itself.
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PACIFIC RIM
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Stephen Rebello
• Huge destructive beasts called Kaiju rise from beneath the sea and spark an all-out war with human-piloted robots called Jaegers in the future envisioned by director Guillermo del Toro in Pacific Rim, his self-described "beautiful poem to giant monsters." Despite the presence of mega-robots, any comparisons to Trans­formers are way off the mark, says Ron Perlman, who stars in Pacific Rim along with Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi and Charlie Day. "Guillermo has taken something that
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THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES
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Greg Fagan
• Sins of fathers and the destinies of their sons play out in three successive stories to form this multi-generational drama that announces director Derek Cianfrance's arrival on the A-list. The opening seg­ment finds Ryan Gosling in Drive mode, in this case as a carnival-performing motorcyclist who turns to robbing banks to sup­port his ex-girlfriend (Eva Mendes) and kid. Bradley Cooper takes the lead in the second por­tion, tracing his journey from a young cop to a man compromised by years of rationalization. The third act picks up 15 years later, as the sons of these two men face choices that echo the earlier acts. At once a work of great restraint and nuanced performances, Pines plays with big arche­types. (BD) Best extra: Going to the Place Beyond the Pines, a making-of featurette. VVV Vi
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MORE SUMMER CINEMA
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SEVEN REASONS TO SIT IN THE DARK, EAT POPCORN AND ENJOY THE AIR-CONDITIONING
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REMEMBER ME
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Jason Buhrmester
• Forget Facebook. In 2084 memories aren't shared online, they're digitized to be bought, sold, traded and even sto­len. Remember Me (360, PC, PS3) really kicks off when former elite memory hunter Nilin wakes up in a coffin adrift in the sewers, her mind erased by authorities. In a smart mash-up of The Bourne Identity and Inception, Nilin scurries through a cyberpunk version of Paris while being pursued by robotic guards and Leapers, mutated humans who have tinkered too much with their memories. To survive, Nilin will need to remember the combat skills that made authorities fear her. Unlock­ing them leads to bigger combos in rapid-fire martial arts battles. Nilin's greatest weapon—and the game's
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COMPANY OF HEROES 2
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• Some of WWII's most savage battles took place on the Eastern Front, where the German and Soviet armies faced off in frozen conditions. Company of Heroes 2 (PC) puts Monday-morning military leaders in command of the Soviet army to strategize against Nazi forces in the war's most historic battles. Call in air strikes, maneuver sniper squads and order engi­neers to blow up a bridge. Resource management is key, especially in the heat of battle, when you need to reequip and realign your forces before a blizzard rolls in and kills all your exposed troops.
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NCAA FOOTBALL 14
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• Football games are always facing fourth and long. Fans demand improvements every season, but if the game is tweaked too much it isn't football anymore. The biggest improvements come when attention is paid to pigskin's toughest part—tackling. NCAA Football 14 (360, PS3) uses new physics mechan­ics to let you flatten receivers with savage tackles or stumble and recover as an agile running back. Thirty new options open up the playbook, and quarter­backs will highlight defenders to alert you when to hand off so they don't get crushed in the backfield.
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TEASE FRAME
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Mary-Louise Parker
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Playboy Afterhours July/August 2013
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE JOSH HOMME
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Rob Tannenbaum
Queens of the Stone Age badass Josh Homme (rhymes with "mommy") talks about his new album, stupidity, drugs and sandwiches.
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ADHD
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J. A.
• Saturday Night Live is in reruns all sum­mer, but that doesn't mean late-night TV is completely barren. Fox is launching ADHD, a 90-minute block of twisted toons designed to appeal to those who think Family Guy is too tame (or too tired). Four different ani­mated mini-shows will be spotlighted, includ­ing Axe Cop (pictured), in which a superhero lawman (who sounds a lot like Parks and Recre­ation's Nick Offerman) battles various villains. One of the bad guys is (literally) apiece of shit named Dr. Doo Doo. It's completely silly, totally immature and very,
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UNDER THE DOME
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Josef Adalian
• Television has a mixed track record when it comes to adapting Stephen King's novels, striking out (Bag of Bones, The Langoliers) far more than it has scored (The Stand). It's too soon to say whether CBS has found a winner with its take on King's 2009 Under the Dome, but the 13-part miniseries gets off to a promising start. The title gives away the central premise of the show: A small town suddenly finds itself shut off from the rest of the world after being enveloped by an invisible barrier. Neither the residents nor the audience knows whether it's the work of aliens, the Almighty or something else, but
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JAVIER MARIAS THE INFATUATIONS
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Leopold Froehlich
• Javier Marias is one of the world's great novelists. In his latest book-ably translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa—Marias investigates the seemingly random stabbing of a man on a sidewalk in Madrid. But the truth is more elusive. As we learn about the various parties involved, what at first appeared to have been random turns out to be part of an elaborate and entangling plot. Don't expect the typical whodunit; what Marias does here defies most of the conventions of the mystery genre. This is more a narrative work than a procedural one, and in the course of its telling we discover more about the elegance of the human soul than we do about the sordid crime itself. Infatuations is a murder mystery of a higher order. VVVV
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SUMMER READING
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SKINNER
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COLUM MCCANN
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THE NATIONAL BOOK
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RAW DATA
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MANTRACK
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RIDE
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New York Mint, LLC
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Francofile
Talking With Wim Wenders
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James Franco
One of the most celebrated German film directors working today, Wim Wenders is known for both fiction and documentaries, from his classic The American Friend to Pina, which uses 3-D technology to capture dance in a way never seen before. He talks with playboy Contributing Editor James Franco about how a cold apartment got him his start, how he inadvertently saved Dennis Hopper's life and what's next in his career.
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Men
THE CASE OF THE MISSING SHIRT
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Joel Stein
When did men start forgetting to dress from head to toe?
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Women
Why She Hates Your Gifts
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Deborah Schoeneman
IT'S GENETIC. MEN BUY BAD PRESENTS. LUCKILY, THERE'S A CURE
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Playboy Advisor
PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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My girlfriend wants to take me to a strip club for my birthday. I'm not sure it's the best idea to mix those two worlds. If I go, should I act like I normally do at strip clubs and risk making her jealous?—J.P., Columbus, Ohio Actually, your girlfriend wants you to lake her to a strip club for your birthday. See the difference? She'll be the center of attention, and the sex afterward will be great, so enjoy yourself. We do suggest, how­ever, that you find a place you don't normally frequent. Although most dancers know better than to greet a regular customer with a big hello if he shows up with a date, it will help you relax.
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FIN
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StarStreet
StarStreet
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Forum July/Aug. 2013
WHO'S NEXT?
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ISHMAEL REED
Are gays the new blacks?
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Forum July/Aug. 2013
THE RAP ON GOD
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John Gray claims in "Atheism Wars" (April) that "most of the leading Nazis" were atheists. This is highly suspect. Adolf Hitler repeatedly refers in Mein Kampf to his Catholic faith as a source of his views. He also received the support of most Protestant and Catholic churches in Germany. Many leading Nazis dabbled in paganism, but the Reagans dab­bled in astrology and were still
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Forum July/Aug. 2013
THE THINKING MACHINE
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CURTIS WHITE
We don't really know how our brains work
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Forum July/Aug. 2013
BULLET PROOF
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Why isn't there a law that requires all new guns to be stamped so they leave a distinct mark on the bullets they fire, allowing investigators to match casings to weapon ("Ammo Nation," March)? Casings could also be stamped with codes that
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Letters to the Editor
Forum July/Aug. 2013
TAKE YOUR PICK
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In March a reader argues that pot causes misery and should not be legalized. If people could some­day visit a convenience store and choose among alcohol, tobacco and weed for a little pick-me-up, which would be the best-seller?
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Forum July/Aug. 2013
BEHIND THE LINES
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We read with great interest your report "E-Searches and E-Seizures" (March), which points out the ease with which law enforcement can track anyone online. Our blog, BadPhoenixCops.com, has put a target on our backs. In 2009 the Phoenix Police Department raided our residence and seized computers based on trumped-up claims of "harassment." They kept the equipment for nearly three years, claiming the investigation was ongoing. It is true cops don't need warrants or subpoenas to get e-mail or IP information. We had been blogging anonymously, but
200050_20130701_000075.xml
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Article
Forum July/Aug. 2013
WHAT HAPPENED TO SCIENCE?
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TAFFY BRODESSER-AKNER
Scientists used to be viewed with respect. So why do we no longer believe what they say?
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Letters to the Editor
Forum July/Aug. 2013
DROP 'EM
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You ask if "professional penis inspectors" might be hired to ensure adult performers adhere to a new Los Angeles County law requiring condom use on sets ("Porn Police," March). When I was in the Navy, we referred to the hospital corpsmen assigned to look for signs of venereal disease as "pecker checkers."
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Playboy Interview
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Sean Hannity
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David Hochman
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RECTIFY
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DANIEL STEIGER
DANIEL STEIGER
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Article
Deported Warriors
Deported Warriors
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Luis Alberto Urrea
Erin Siegal McIntyre
(on can ftglit for your atopt^ country.
200050_20130701_000082.xml
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'em low and inside...!"
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Article
Playboy's Best Bars
PLAYBOY'S Best Bars
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Mi
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would you charge for listening to me talk dirty?"
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Article
Chasing The Dragon
CHASING THE DRAGON
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MATTHEW POLLY
ram ras iimi am mannmim open the uuur fur hctidn mcHs.
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Article
Secretary Of Stagecraft
SECRETARY of STAGECRAFT
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JAMES ROSEN
STAGEC
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forgotten more about blow jobs than you'll ever know."
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Article
Body Heat
Body Heat
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Brazilian Karen Kounrouzan— blazing hot and pretty in pink
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Article
The Still Life
THE STILL LIFE
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TODD PARKER
ON A FARM SOMEWHERE IN THE BACKWOODS OF THE DEEP SOUTH, PLAYBOY GOES UNDERCOVER TO REVEAL THE SECRET
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107,106,185,186,187,188,189
Fiction
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The Marlbane Manchester Musser Award
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T. C. Boyle
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20Q
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Armie Hammer
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Brantley Bardin
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if I ask what you're using for bait?"
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112,113,114,115,116,117-119,120,121
Playmate
Built For Speed
Alyssa Arcè, Miss July, 2013
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<p>^Ph love the freedom and independence of W H driving," says Miss July Alyssa Arce in her * H native South Carolina drawl. "Actually, the H truth is I'm a speed demon." Growing up H near a racetrack in Myrtle Beach, Alyssa ^ caught the need for speed at a young age. She rode go-karts, dirt bikes and four-wheelers as a kid. Then she got her driver's license. "My mom says I have a lead foot," she tells us. "She'll be sitting in the passenger seat, going, 'I wish I had a brake over here!' The fastest I've gone on a highway is 120 miles an hour. It felt fan­tastic. Such an adrenaline rush!" The past four years, however, Alyssa has been on the fast track in the modeling world, signing contracts with</p>
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Article
Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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Arly girlfriend is so ungrateful about orgasms," a guy told his buddy. "Whenever 1 give her one she jusi spits it out."
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Brewster's Ark
BREWSTER'S ARK
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Rob Magnuson Smith
An internet innovator is collecting a copy of every
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Article
Book Of Tomorrow
BOOKS OF TOMORROW
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Colin Dickey
HOW A NEW BREED OF PUBLISHER CRANKS OUT BOOKS THE PUBLIC WANTS TO READ
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like to thank you and Igor for going to all of this trouble!"
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Article
The Dice Man Recometh
The DICE MAN ReCOMETH
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NEAL GABLER
COMEDIAN ANDREW DICE CLAY KNOWS All ABOOT THE FICKLE NATORE OF SHOW BOSINESS
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Article
Show The Money
SHOW ME The MONEY
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JENNIFER RYAN JONES
IN THE
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134,135,136,137,138,139-141,142,143,144
Playmate
A Star Is Born
Val Keil, Miss August, 2013
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<p>AN HOMAGE TO THE GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD, FEATURING MISS AUGUST VAL KEIL</p>
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say this new professor's really strict!"
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Let's Get Small
LET'S GET small
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ZED I
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Delectable Dedini
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"/ was just passing by and happened to have an erection."
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Fast Eddie's Last Stand
FAST EDDIE'S LAST STAND
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CHAS SMITH
J=OR DECADES Ef>DIEvf?©THMANHAS FEROCIOUSLY ' DEFENDED THE NORTH SHORE OF OAHU WITH HIS -FlSTSrTODAY HE'S FACING BIOTECH GIANT MONSANTO AND IT'S TURNING OUT TO BE THE FIGHT OF fl|s LIFE
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Cover Story
COVER STORY
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FOR SEVEN DECADES, PLAYBOY MS PRINTED SOME OF THE MOST ICONIC COVERS IN MAGAZINE HISTORY
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La Beaute
LA BEAUTE
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A MYSTERIOUS FRENCH MODEL IN A FAMED PIECE OF ARCHITECTURE. CISTMAGHIFIQUE
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i like to hear the menu again, press one."
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it's you!'
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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applied nutrition
applied nutrition
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: another one of your little signs I'm supposed to pick up on, isn't it?"
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Cigar
Cigar
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SINCLAIR Institute
SINCLAIR Institute
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LIBERATOR
LIBERATOR
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worry.. .this will go on overtime."
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may well ask what's up."
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App Store
App Store
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guy from the next building. He wants to know if we could stop while he freshens his drink."
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have you been?"
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magnarx
magnarx
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office-sharing thing just isn't working out."
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playboystore
playboystore
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really okay with your videotaping us, Michael, but must you also do a play-by-play?"
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is a very complex issue and is likely to require
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HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
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to give you credit, Muriel—no obstacle has been too great in your climb to the top!"
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MEATY Myths
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PLAYBOY
PLAYBOY
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Playmate News
PLAYMATE NEWS
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Miss April 2O13 tfaslyn Ome
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GROWTH Factor-9
GROWTH Factor-9
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Next Month
NEXT MONTH
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WORLD PREMIERE-ROSANNA DAVISON, THE FORMER MISS WORLD FROM IRELAND AND DAUGHTER OF SINGER CHRIS "THE LADY IN RED" DE BURGH, BECOMES THE FIRST WIN­NER OF THE 62-YEAR-OLD PAGEANT TO POSE FOR PLAYBOY. IT'S A PICTORIAL GUARANTEED TO SEND YOU INTO SPACE.
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CV3
CV3
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CIGARETTES
CIGARETTES
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THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE
THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE
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THE PLAYBOY CASINO
THE PLAYBOY CASINO
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advertisement
CV4
CV4
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HORNITOS PLATA
HORNITOS PLATA
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200050_20130701_000139.xml
advertisement
CV4
CV4
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HORNITOS PLATA
HORNITOS PLATA
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