Issue: 20140401

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INTERVIEW: '. STAN LEE ,
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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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Dear Playboy
ORAL REPORT CARD
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Sex: A Very Oral Report (January/ February) has to be one of the best pieces I've ever read. At 29, I'm able to person­ally identify with almost all the opinions expressed. I too am disappointed with the juvenile nature of guys my age. I'm disgusted by the political regression of our reproductive rights. Women live in an age of infinite choices, and it can be incredibly overwhelming. In an effort to sort through those choices, we compare ourselves and our experiences with those of others, but discussion of our sexuality remains relatively superficial because the details are still taboo. To accentuate my point about this lingering taboo, I'm not signing my real name in case someone I know reads this. Oh well, baby steps. Olivia McDowell Sacramento, California
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PAGING DAVID MAMET
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As a longtime fan of David Mamet's, I approached his essay Entropy (January/ February) with high anticipation. How­ever, after reading it, I have a question: What does it say?
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SIXTY NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD
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What a beautifully crafted and clas­sic pijwboy pictorial {Love on the Rocks, January/February). Alejandra Guilmant's interaction with David Bellemere's lens drew me into the scene. Bravo to all par­ties involved. The 60th anniversary issue is a treat, but these pages are a surprise gem to be savored.
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PAY TO PLAY
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Does BuzzFeed's Ben Smith really think sites such as Longform.org and Longreads.com are the future of high-quality long-form journalism (Tweet Victory, January/February)? Both rely heavily on repurposed content from such ink-on-paper institutions as New York, Wired and PI.AYBOY. What will they do when their print sources cease to exist? As far as I am concerned, the biggest strategic error the print media have made is conditioning a
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Kiss Us, Kate
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The Immaculate Kate Moss (January/ February): Once again piayboy restores my faith in the exquisite potential of the females of our species.
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THE TIME IS NOW
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Alex Hall's essay (Time to Adapt, January/February) is a welcome dose of reality on the subject of climate change. His cogent, matter-of-fact points remind us that, despite the naysayers' best efforts, the science is undeniable and the problem will only get worse with time. It is indeed high time we got started.
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SEX DRIVE
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Regarding Joel Stein's January/February Men column, I don't see how self-driving cars would castrate any man. I am a cyclist, and I personally hate cars. They pollute the air and take up space. But I would ride in a car that drove itself and was totally electric. A self-driving car means I could leave the club drunk and have sex with a woman at 60 mph. That seems like the ultimate expression of testosterone. Jared Fontaine Wheeling, West Virginia
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HUNGRY LIKE THE WOLF
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I am awestruck by your amazing Miss January shoot (Into the Wild). Roos van Montfort is beyond gorgeous, and the photography is captivating. It is a spec­tacular representation of true beauty and captures a wonderful seasonal atmo­sphere. It also marks the first time I have ever been envious of wolves.
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MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD
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The Battle for Picasso's Mind by John Meroney (November) is a fascinating look into the CIA's covert operations to win a true culture war in Europe during the 1950s. This story was my first exposure to Tom Braden's role in steering the art community away from the repression of communism by promoting modern art in France and Germany. The result was an explosion of artistic fervor that overwhelmed the Soviet realism movement. It is truly a bright spot in the CIA's portfolio.
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ELUSIVE PARTY GUESTS
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In Hangin' With Hef (January/ February), I found the absence of Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley very surprising. Didn't the Chairman or the King ever visit the Mansion?
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THE BUD LIGHT
THE BUD LIGHT
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TASCHEN
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Playboy Afterhours April 2014
CATHY BARON
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• "IF I HAVE TO cause trouble to be loved, I'm going to do it," says actress Cathy Baron about playing Teri, the "hooker with a heart of gold" on FX's Justified. What's it like to play the most desirable prostitute on TV? "I don't often wear a lot of clothes," she tells us. "Plus, I get creative with Pop Rocks and ice cubes in the bedroom." Consider our hearts melted.
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VIDEO SAVANT
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Tyler Trykowski
THE CATCHY, IRRITATING AND DOWNRIGHT WEIRD WORLD OF YOUTUBE'S HOTTEST MUSIC PRODUCER
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Q+A LINA ESCO
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Nora O'Donnell
THE ACTRESS AND ACTIVIST GETS SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT TOPLESS EQUALITY OFF HER CHEST
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Playboy Afterhours April 2014
PASSION PLAY
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Rachel Khona
STUDIES SHOW MUSIC IS ONE OF THE BEST WAYS TO SET THE MOOD. SO WHY ARE MEN SO BAD AT IT? ONE WOMAN'S PLEA FOR BETTER PLAYLISTS
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LIGHTEN UP
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OUR FAVORITE NEW LAMP DESIGNER DOES IT WITH THE LIGHTS ON
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TAYLOR SWIFT IS BREAKING UP WITH EVERYONE
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David Roth
A LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF AMERICA'S BIGGEST BROKEN HEART
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RESPECT YOUR ROOTS
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ANY GUY CAN COOK A STEAK; CHEFS TRAIN THEIR SIGHTS ON THE CARROT. HERE'S HOW TO KICK IT UP
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HARD CORE
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THINK ALL HARD CIDERS ARE WEAK AND CLOYING? THINK AGAIN. THESE FIVE SOPHISTICATED BOTTLES BLOW THE TOP OFF THIS DIVISIVE DRINK
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TIME PAYS
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ACTIVITY-SPECIFIC SPORTS WATCHES ARE DIALED IN TO GIVE YOU THE EDGE
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SUCKER PUNCH
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COOL NEW SEERSUCKER
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ALL THE PRETTY HORSES
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THE 50TH-ANNIVERSARY MUSTANG COMES OUT KICKING
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FUTURE CLASSICS
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HICH OF TODAY'S CARS WILL BE THE HOT VINTAGE RIDES OF TOMORROW?
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COACHELLA CLASS
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PALM SPRINGS ROCKS DURING THE WORLD-FAMOUS MUSIC FESTIVAL. HERE'S HOW TO PARTY RIGHT IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY
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PURITY VODKA
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BEST BUDS
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William O'Neal
THE EARBUD IS BETTER THAN EVER, SO LISTEN UP
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TRANSCENDENCE
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Stephen Rebello
ays Wally Pfister, "I set my focus on story and performance. There was no point in my becom- ing a director if this movie was just going to be about visuals." That may sound odd com­ing from the cinematographer for Moneyball, Inception and The Dark
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TEASE FRAME
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VEEP: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON
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Greg Fagan
• There is more to the premise of HBO's political satire Veep than just having Seinfeld's Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the vice president of the United States. The West Wing-meets-The Office vibe established in Veep's first season still wears well in season two. While Louis-Dreyfus remains the focus, the writers up the stakes with story lines involving a hostage crisis that turns politically ugly and builds toward a prospective impeachment. It may not have the cinematic swag­ger of House of Cards, but Veep's hilariously profane dialogue and satire more frequently hit their tar­get. (BD) Best extra: Deleted scenes and four commentary tracks. VVV/2
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FLIGHT OF THE FALCON
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S.R.
Captain America's Anthony Mackie earns his super­hero stripes
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FARGO
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Josef Adalian
• FX's small-screen spin-off of the Coen brothers' popular 1996 film is not the stinker most cinephiles assumed it would be. In fact, it's actually a stunner. Writer Noah Hawley (Bones) takes an interesting and highly original approach, wisely choosing not to bring back any of the main characters from the original, borrowing only the Coens' dark comic tone as a backdrop to explore another set of twisted homicides in a self-contained 10-episode season. Billy Bob Thornton (right), who's been keeping a low profile lately, returns to TV in an Emmy-worthy turn, playing Lome Malvo, a manipulative, malevolent misfit who crosses paths with sad-sack insurance salesman Lester Nygaard (Sherlock's Martin Freeman). Their encounter has tragic consequences and leads to much work for police deputy Molly Solverson (newcomer Allison Tolman). Should you set your DVR to record the whole series? You betcha. VVVV
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METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES
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Jason Buhrmester
• It has been 27 years since the first appearance of Snake and we still don't know the whole truth about gaming's most enigmatic character. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (360, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) finds Snake circa 1975 as he sets out to infiltrate a covert U.S. base in Cuba. No series does stealth as well as Metal Gear, helped here by nonlinear play that lets you take out a guard from a distance or sneak up close and use a knife. Sure, it's only a prequel to the upcoming Metal Gear: Phantom Pain, but it's still a solid chapter in the book of Snake. VVVV
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HOME SWEET OFFICE
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Joel Stein
(Jfate you/i cube?' Jtcould
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The Nancy Drew Syndrome
THE NANCY DREW SYNDROME
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HILLARY WINSTON
WHTBOMEN LOVE TRUE-CRIME SHOWS AND WHY THEY THINK KEITH MORRISON IS SUCH A STUD
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Playboy Advisor
PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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Is there such a thing as an anti-fetish? By that I mean something most people find attractive and sexy, or at the very least innocu­ous, that has the opposite effect on other folks? For me it's high heels. I can't stand them. Any other type of footwear—sandals, boots, flats—or no footwear at all is fine with me. But when I see a woman in heels, whether it's on the street, on TV or in your magazine, I immediately lose interest. A good percentage of the porn out there does noth­ing for me because of the prev­alence of heels in many of the scenes. Strippers? Forget about it. The biggest problem is that I don't understand what's behind my dislike. Have you ever heard of something like this?—CD., Murfreesboro, Tennessee
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BORN TO LOSE
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RACHEL R. WHITE
Having a baby in prison need not be the brutal experience it so often is
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Forum Apr. 2014
IPHONES MAKE US WEAK
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In "The New 9/11" (November) Chip Rowe points out that Amer­ica is vulnerable to cyber attack. Many vital systems—electricity, clean water, telecommunications— depend on networking. Should these be compromised, we'd be in trouble. But thinking about how we'd survive without such resources revealed for me some­thing much more elementary: Many people don't know how to live without modern conveniences. Think about electricity in con­junction with food preparation and storage. Now remove electric­ity from the picture. How would I
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Forum Apr. 2014
HOT IN HERE
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Letter writers Joseph Kutch, Tom Hawksworth and Burr Passen-heim (Reader Response, January/ February) would have us believe the crap they spew is real sci­ence. But one would have to buy into the science put out by fossil-fuel-industry-funded think tanks such as the Cato Insti­tute and the Heartland Institute to believe global warming has stopped over the past 15 years and that the sun—not man-made CO,, emissions—is responsible for warming over the past 40 years.
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Forum Apr. 2014
DEATH: A LIVELY TOPIC
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Reading Donald Hall's medita­tion on death ("Buying the Farm," January/February), I'm reminded
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STILL SAYING NO
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TYLER TRYKOWSKI
Psychedelic drugs can help patients, but the feds remain stuck in the past
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PREDATORY MARKETING
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ike Seay of Lindenhurst, Illinois lost
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COPS WHO LIKE GETTING THE FINGER
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CHIP ROWE
NewDNA science changes the game for law enforcement
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Forum Apr. 2014
SAY IT WITH A
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Personally, I think human communication on the whole is going downhill thanks to texting, e-mail, instant messaging and social media ("The Smiley Face That Ate America," November). It's so much easier to be nasty
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TURNOFFS
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How to achieve total online privacy
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Forum Apr. 2014
BUILT TO SPILL?
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Dean Kuipers's article on the growing conservative sentiment against tar-sands oil ("Don't Drill on Me," December) is excellent.._ Thanks so much to playboy for covering such an important topic. Recent oil spills— from the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico to the ExxonMobil spill in Arkansas—have caused dire health problems for humans.;.' and the ecosystem. It's ^\ important for people out­side the green community to know about these facts.
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Stan Lee
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David Hochman
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Stauer
Stauer
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How The Central Park Five Still Haunt America
HOW THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE STILL HAUNT AMERICA
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TOURE
In 1989 a brutal attack against a female jogger
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damn right I'm angry! I was leading by three strokes when it started to rain!"
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The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden
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HAD THE POET ROBERT FROST LIVED NEXT DOOR TO SOUTH AFRICAN MODEL SHANE, HE
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Playboy's 2014 Music Guide
PLAYBOY'S 2014 MUSIC GUIDE
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Rob Tannenbaum
PLAYBOYS
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on my luck, ladies. Can I bum a screw?"
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The Sound Of Revolution
The Sound of REVOLUTION
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DANIEL C. BRITT
BETWEEN THE BOMBS AND THE GUNFIRE,
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Boogie Nights
Shanice Jordyn, Miss April
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<p>WITH OLD-SCHOOL SKATES ON HER FEET, MISS APRIL LETS THE GOOD TIMES ROLL</p>
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Playboy's Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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Why do blondes look so hot when they drive? They don't understand how to work the car's air conditioner.
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sweetie, I'm not free tonight."
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Back Down Home
BACK DOWN Home
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CHRIS OFFUTT
tolliver wanted to return to kentucky in style,
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Iggy Pop
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Cartoon
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thought, let's forget the great big smile!"
200050_20140401_000079.xml
article
94
94,95,96,97
Article
20 Greatest Songs With Swearing
20 GREATEST SONGS WITH SWEARING
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Craig Marks
Rob Tannenbaum
TO HEAR THESE SONGS, GO TO:
200050_20140401_000080.xml
article
99
99,98,100,101,130,132,133
Article
To Live & Die In Chiraq
TO LIVE & DIE IN CHIRAQ
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[no value]
ETHAN BROWN
CHICHGD'S HIP-HOP STHRS llJILL REDEFinE THE GRP1E IF THE STREETS DDn'T GET THEP1 FIRST. THE UIDLEriCE. THE P1USIC RnD LUHHT IT PIEHnS
200050_20140401_000081.xml
article
103
103,102,104,105,106,107
Article
Kurt Vile On Main Street
KURT VILE ON Main Street
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[no value]
[no value]
Tyler Trykowski
Mute and^idA/o/i can 6efickfe t/U/wA. But t/iBpjwdipjc 4//iae/i- i Aon/uuttitefi kee/QA ktA mubto arid hiA &tu£e chAAla andcoot
200050_20140401_000082.xml
article
108
108,109,110,111,112
Article
So You Think You Can Deejay?
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DEEJAY?
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[no value]
[no value]
DAN HYMAN
Everybody s a DJ these days. Or so they say. A guide to making it (or at least faking it) in the world s coolest profession
200050_20140401_000083.xml
article
113
113
Cartoon
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Cartoon
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just having sex! It's not like we're seeing each other."
200050_20140401_000084.xml
article
114
114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121
Article
Back Stage Pass
Back Stage Pass
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[no value]
[no value]
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200050_20140401_000085.xml
article
123
123
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Cartoon
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[no value]
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200050_20140401_000086.xml
article
124
124
Cartoon
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Cartoon
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[no value]
[no value]
think it's too country?"
200050_20140401_000087.xml
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125
125
Display Ad
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SINCLAIR Institute
SINCLAIR Institute
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[no value]
200050_20140401_000088.xml
article
126
126
Cartoon
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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of advice: When you make your move, don't open with 'I'm the fastest man on Earth!'"
200050_20140401_000089.xml
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127
127
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liberator
liberator
[no value]
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200050_20140401_000090.xml
article
128
128
Cartoon
Cartoons
Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
going to send you back, but I was just watching a few episodes
200050_20140401_000091.xml
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129
129
Display Ad
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E-CIGARETTE
E-CIGARETTE
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200050_20140401_000092.xml
advertisement
131
131
Display Ad
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T-RELEASE
T-RELEASE
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[no value]
200050_20140401_000093.xml
article
132
132
Cartoon
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Cartoon
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lonely. Pass it on."
200050_20140401_000094.xml
article
133
133
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Cartoon
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
they've gone too far!"
200050_20140401_000095.xml
article
135
135
Cartoon
Cartoons
Dirty Duck
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Bobby London
[no value]
200050_20140401_000096.xml
article
136
136
Cartoon
Cartoons
MEaTY Myths
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000097.xml
article
137
137
Cartoon
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Cartoon
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out of salted nuts."
200050_20140401_000098.xml
article
138
138
Cartoon
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Cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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200050_20140401_000099.xml
article
140
140
Cartoon
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Cartoon
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are based on merit. And who gives me the best hand job."
200050_20140401_000100.xml
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141
141
Display Ad
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appliednutrition
appliednutrition
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000101.xml
article
143
143,144
Article
Playmate News
PLAYMATE NEWS
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
ttention, gamers: The next time you find yourself immersed 1 in an MMORPG, fantasizing that the sultry voice on the other end of the headset belongs to a Playmate, you just may be right. Miss June 2012 Amel spends much of her gaming and even has YouTube and Twitch.itv channels devoted to her prowess. She finds geeks "*xy,. j)ossibly more so
200050_20140401_000102.xml
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145
145
Display Ad
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HARBOR FREIGHT
HARBOR FREIGHT
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000103.xml
article
146
146
Article
Next Month
NEXT MONTH
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[no value]
[no value]
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IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT-TAKE TO THE SKIES WITH YOUR FAVORITE PLAYMATES, INCLUDING VAL KEIL AND ALYSSA ARCE, IN AN ETHEREAL PICTORIAL BY TONY KELLY THAT CELEBRATES THE LURE AND LUXURY OF FLYING IN STYLE.
200050_20140401_000104.xml
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CV3
CV3
Display Ad
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[no value]
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NATURAL AMERICAN SPIRIT
NATURAL AMERICAN SPIRIT
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000105.xml
advertisement
148
148,149
Display Ad
[no value]
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THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE
THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000106.xml
advertisement
150
150,151
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
DIRECTV
DIRECTV
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000107.xml
advertisement
CV4
CV4
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Miller FORTUNE
Miller FORTUNE
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000108.xml
advertisement
CV4
CV4
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Miller FORTUNE
Miller FORTUNE
[no value]
[no value]
200050_20140401_000109.xml