Issue: 20140601

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HERCULES
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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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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
AN HONEST WAR
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I was saddened to read Vince Beiser's article chronicling the death of War, West Virginia mayor Tom Hatcher (Prescrip­tion for Death, March). Beiser's earlier playboy article on Mayor Hatcher ("Over­dose County, USA," Forum, April 2012) detailed his struggle to maintain the health and safety of the citizens of this small Appalachian coal town beset by pov­erty, unemployment and drug use. The mayor's efforts ultimately ended with his own death at the hands of a family mem­ber. My father's family lived in War; I remember as a child spending summer vacations in this town with clean streets and welcoming people. The coal mines had not yet been shut down, and people lived a relatively content life. Unfortu­nately, my thoughts of a future visit for a nostalgic remembrance of my family roots have ended with Beiser's writings. John Murphy Alexandria, Virginia
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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
NO GETO BOYS? WTF?
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I know that top-20 lists (20 Greatest Songs With Swearing, April) are supposed to create discussion and debate, but how could Craig Marks and Rob Tannenbaum foil to mention the Geto Boys' "Gangsta of Love," a groundbreaking, expletive-filled and ridiculously catchy rap an­them? Its absence calls into question the credibility of the entire article.
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Dear Playboy
TRES SHEIK
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Great article about the Iron Sheik (/ Will Make You Humble!, March). As a lifelong wrestling fan, I know the Sheik refers to those he disdains as "jabronis," but I didn't know he refers to those he admires as being "Sheik class." Keith Elliot Greenberg's story shows that as far as being a character—both in and
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Dear Playboy
ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE?
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Thank you for the enlightening glimpse into OneTaste and orgasmic meditation (Pleasure Seekers, March). It has always surprised me that more wellness programs don't incorporate pleasure. We should all embrace the body's potential as wholeheartedly as these "OMing" practitioners do. As a woman, I was also
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Dear Playboy
Stan Lee's Due Credit
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April's Playboy Interview delighted me by uniting two American icons, Stan Lee and pijvyboy. But it irks me that although Lee gained fame for creating Hulk, the X-Men and other characters, it is the movie executives who get to swim in their Scrooge McDuck money bins, thanks to Marvel's House of Ideas. Mean­while, the folks responsible for these creations—especially Lee's cohorts, including artists Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby—are relegated to the shadows. At least Kirby is accus­tomed to being ripped off: Roy Lichtenstein cleverly appropriated Kirby's style, the same pop art your girlfriend raves about at museums despite chiding you for the juvenile nature of your comic-book collec­tion. In the end, Stan Lee's answers underscore that we should enjoy Lee while we can. "Who the hell is Ultron?" indeed.
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HORNITOS PLATA
HORNITOS PLATA
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MACK WELDON
MACK WELDON
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
KATHERINE BAILESS
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• "SOUTHERN women get what they want by using their charm," says Mississippi-born actress Katherine Bailess. On VHI's Hit the Floor, she plays a former stripper who joins a basketball team's dance squad. The role provides the sultry blonde with a chance to use the moves she learned as a competitive gymnast. "I can jump in the air and land in a split with a smile," Katherine says. "Who doesn't feel sexy making heads turn?"
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
FULL-COURT DEPRESSION
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Jeremy Gordon
THE NBA EXPANDED THE PLAYOFFS MORE THAN A DECADE AGO IN AN ATTEMPT TO PROVE BAD BASKETBALL IS BETTER THAN NONE AT ALL. THE NBA WAS WRONG
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
PUMP UP THE VOLUME
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Noah Davis
HOW TO BUILD A MILLION-DOLLAR SOUND SYSTEM-DJ NOT INCLUDED
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
DOES PORN HAVE A PROSTITUTION PROBLEM?
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Jessica Ogilvie
A NEW GENERATION OF PORN STARS IS MAKING MONEY ON-AND OFF-THE SCREEN
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HORNITOS
HORNITOS
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
NUMERO UNI
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Carolynn Carreno
SPINY AND SUBLIME SEA URCHIN IS THE SEAFOOD OF THE MOMENT
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paco rabanne
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nook
nook
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
PARTY IN A BOTTLE
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Charles Joly
BOTTLING COCKTAILS BEFORE THE BASH IS A BARTENDER'S TRICK EVERY HOST SHOULD KNOW
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
FLY BOYS
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LOOK SHARP THIS SUMMER IN COOL, COLORFUL AVIATORS
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
COLOGNE RANGERS
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HOW TO SMELL LIKE YOUR HEROES
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Blackheart
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
ROLLING THUNDER
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TEARING UP PAVEMENT ON THE NEW CROP OF COOL CRUISERS
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
THE WHISKEY TRAIL
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Jeralyn Gerba
DRINK IN AMERICA ON A SPIRITED TRIP THROUGH THE SOUTH
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LUMI NOX
LUMI NOX
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
TRAIL BLAZERS
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Stan Horaczek
HOLD ON AS MOUNTAIN BIKES MEET THEIR IDEAL SIZE
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Newport
Newport
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION
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Stephen Rebello
• Fans of the Transform­ers franchise can expect more of the same, only different, from director Michael Bay's Trans­formers: Age of Extinc­tion. MarkWahlberg tops a cast that includes newcomer Nicola Peltz.
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
TEASE FRAME
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Juno Temple
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
TRUE DETECTIVE
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Stacie Hougland
• HBO's lauded Southern Gothic crime series uses multiple timelines to chronicle two detectives' 17-year hunt for a serial killer in Louisiana. Investi­gating the occultish murder of a prosti­tute is loner cop Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and his partner, Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson), whom we meet in 2012 as they recount the facts of the 1995 case. Cohle is a real downer ("Maybe the honorable thing for our species to do is deny our programming, stop reproducing, walk hand in hand into extinction") who drives Marty nuts with his existential philoso­phizing; Marty drinks too much and cheats on his wife. The pulpy swamp
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
ON THE EDGE
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S.R.
Bill Paxton gets
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
NIKKI NACK
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Rob Tannenbaum
• Merrill Garbus is blunt about it: The oddball stylization she uses for the name of her music project, tUnE-yArDs, is
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
WINNING THE SKIES
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Cat Auer
Playboy Editor A.J. Baime on how Detroit did the impossible in WWII
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
WOLFENSTEIN: THE NEW ORDER
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Jason Buhrmester
• Call of Duty wasn't even in boot camp when Wolfenstein 3-D revolutionized shooter games forever upon its release in 1992. Wolfenstein: The New Order (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) reimagines the
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Playboy Afterhours June 2014
THE LEFTOVERS
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Josef Adalian
• Lost guru Damon Lindelof s new HBO series opens with two percent of the human population suddenly vanishing without warning or fanfare. Don't expect another take on the Rapture prophecy, however. Instead, The Leftovers—based on Tom Perrotta's novel of the same name—is as much mystery as thriller. After a low-key (yet wholly unnerving) depiction of the disappearances, the series jumps ahead three years to a world still unsure how or why millions were taken. Justin Theroux, Liv Tyler and the other residents of a small New York town become a microcosm of how those left behind are coping: Some join religious cults; most just seem numb. Despite the supernatural underpinnings, The Leftovers feels completely realistic. That makes it more frightening than any Bible story. VVVV
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RAW DATA
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Evan Williams
Evan Williams
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Men
GOOD NEIGHBORS
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JOEL STEIN
WHY YOUR GIRLFRIEND WANTS YOU TO PROTECT HER FROM THE JERK NEXT DOOR
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Women
THE SECRET CHARMS OF Europe
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HILARY WINSTON
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GOVMINT
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Playboy Advisor
PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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I have a problem as old as time—or at least as old as best friends and their girlfriends. A couple of months into his latest relationship, a buddy of mine is deeply embroiled in la-la land. I'm happy for him, but the problem is I can't stand being around his new girlfriend. Of course I know the important thing is how they feel about each other. Still, I can't help but wonder if there's an acceptable way to say to him, "I miss seeing you without her." Or do I just wait until the honeymoon phase is over and he rediscovers his need for time away from his girlfriend? I've pretty much resigned myself to the latter, but is there an appropriate alternative?—T.W., Denver, Colorado
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Hef's LITTLE BLACK BOOK
Hef's LITTLE BLACK BOOK
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PLAYBOY'S Greatest Covers
PLAYBOY'S Greatest Covers
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TASCHEN
TASCHEN
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Forum June 2014
ASK ZELDA
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ILIJA TROJANOW
The National Security Agency really does have an advice
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Letters to the Editor
Forum June 2014
TIPS ON SNIPS?
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Nancy L. Cohen cites some victories and defeats in "The War on Sex" (September), but she leaves out a significant continuing loss in the wider war on sex: circumcision. Most American men have suffered from this forced penile-reduction surgery, but one hears nothing about it from the erstwhile men's rights movement.
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Forum June 2014
DOULA RIGHT THING
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I was surprised to pick up my husband's April playboy and find a story on women's rights issues ("Born to Lose"). Thank you and Rachel R. White for the article on prison doulas. I had no idea women who give birth in U.S. prisons face these injustices. I hope Isis Rising can find the funding it needs to continue its work.
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Forum June 2014
THE FAILURE OF MODERN EROTICISM
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ur era has witnessed the demise of a cer­tain number of ridiculous taboos-which . before becoming ridiculous were very serious indeed-which had imposed a ban on sexual matters, on clothes that externalized sexual character­istics, on bodies, on nudity. And yet it still produces a shock whenever this ban is transgressed, as though it were still in force. Images with a (more or less explicit) erotic meaning, or simply the display of a woman's body, are violently attractive. The excessive use of such images in advertising has not yet exhausted the effect they have on us, and we may conclude that they correspond to something profound. Displays of sexu­ality and nudity break with everyday life and provide the sense of a break, which people look for in leisure: reading, shows, etc. On posters, in shop windows, on
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Forum June 2014
CIVIL LIBERTIES, CYBERWORRIES
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A cyberattack that shuts down or even just renders unreliable the U.S. power grid, transportation systems, banking network and more could create serious problems, at least until we (presumably) regained control ("The New 9/11," November). Unlike 9/11, the effects of such an attack would not necessarily be localized but could instead be
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Forum June 2014
TEMPERATURES RISING
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Climate change is real and happening. Publishing letters from people who deny it is not only damaging but also unethical (Reader Response, January/ February). Such opinions do not deserve space in one of the world's best magazines.
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Forum June 2014
FREE-MARKET HYPOCRISY
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SHANE MICHAEL SINGH
According to conservatives, government regulation is bad. But not when political donors are involved
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Forum June 2014
CRUEL AND UNUSUAL
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Thousands of people are serving life in prison without parolefor nonviolent offenses
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Forum June 2014
NIGHTLY HOLIDAYS
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Jonathan Crary considers sleep a casualty of modern life in a world ruled by capitalist ideology, and I can't disagree ("Sleepers Awake," March). In America especially, we scorn the (mostly European) nations where vacation days are plentiful, retirement is early and pensions aren't penurious. What is sleep but an unpaid daily holiday? Like the waxing and waning of daylight, all this is part of a cycle. Whatever DARPA has cooking to keep our soldiers alert and fighting fit for weeks on end—and however enthusiastically we guzzle energy drinks or pop Adderall—the chemical replacements for sleep are sure to remain, physiologically, pale imitations of the real thing. As with the workers who staged armed revolts in the 19th and early 20th centuries to win a 60-hour, six-day workweek (and then 40 hours and a two-day weekend), something will eventually have to give.
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SIMPLY PERFECT
SIMPLY PERFECT
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Playboy Interview
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Jonah Hill
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David Hochman
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Iran Punk
IRAN PUNK
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Bill DONAHUE
MUST the AYATOLIAH think
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to call you back, sweetheart. My hands are full."
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The Light Fantastic
THE LIGHT FANTASTIC
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IN THIS NOD TO
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Iceman Cometh
Iceman Cometh
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SCOTT CARNEY
M HOF
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Red Sox Nation An Oral History
RED SOX NATION An ORAL HISTORY
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KEVIN COOK
HOW A STORIED
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can write you a prescription for Viagra, I'm going to have to run a few tests."
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Fiction
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Extreme (Part 2)
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DON WINSLOW
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amazed at the paperwork you have to go through to get a license!"
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Playmate
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Jessica Ashley, Miss June, 2014
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<p>FROM HER LITERARY ADVENTURES TO HER PRIVATE "WILD SIDE," MISS JUNE INDULGES HER ARTISTIC FLAIR</p>
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Playboy Party Jokes
PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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Last night I went out with a girl who could
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wedding suite for half price. Of course, there's a catch."
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20Q
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Kevin Hart
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You produce guys fondle as if you're checking for ripeness."
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Mod Men
MOD MEN
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Nicholas Tamarin
THE BACHELOR PAD GETS A MANLY AND MODERN UPGRADE
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Pictorial
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Bathing Beauties
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The Legend Of Henry Paris
The LEGEND of HENRY PARIS
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TONI BENTLEY
PflRIJ
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2014 Playmate Of The Year
2014 PLAYMATE OF THE YEAR
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KENNEDY SUMMERS
200050_20140601_000082.xml
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Cartoon
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Momsy? I did shame-shame all night with a naked lady and my wee-wee didn't fall off."
200050_20140601_000083.xml
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THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE JEWELRY
THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE JEWELRY
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200050_20140601_000084.xml
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Cartoon
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heterosexual! I love that in a man!"
200050_20140601_000085.xml
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applied nutrition
applied nutrition
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200050_20140601_000086.xml
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here!"
200050_20140601_000087.xml
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Cartoon
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200050_20140601_000088.xml
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liberator
liberator
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200050_20140601_000089.xml
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Sinclair Institute
Sinclair Institute
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200050_20140601_000090.xml
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this wedding cake is going to be very popular...."
200050_20140601_000091.xml
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Cartoon
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to think of it as identifying; 'your son the killer'
200050_20140601_000092.xml
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Cartoon
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know what it means either, but let's turn!"
200050_20140601_000093.xml
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MEATY Myths
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200050_20140601_000094.xml
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CIGARS INTERNATIONAL
CIGARS INTERNATIONAL
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200050_20140601_000095.xml
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PLAYBOY
PLAYBOY
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200050_20140601_000096.xml
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Dirty Duck
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Bob London
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200050_20140601_000097.xml
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sexually harassed them, but I was hoping they would sexually harass me in return."
200050_20140601_000098.xml
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home wrecking...I do it all."
200050_20140601_000099.xml
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Playmate News
PLAYMATE NEWS
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ooooooooooooo
200050_20140601_000100.xml
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HARBOR FREIGHT
HARBOR FREIGHT
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200050_20140601_000101.xml
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Next Month
NEXT MONTH
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SURVIVING HUNTER S. THOMPSON-IN 1973, CRAIG VETTER
200050_20140601_000102.xml
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CV3
CV3
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BUD LIGHT
BUD LIGHT
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200050_20140601_000103.xml
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CV4
CV4
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GIVENCHY
GIVENCHY
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200050_20140601_000104.xml
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CV4
CV4
Display Ad
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GIVENCHY
GIVENCHY
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200050_20140601_000105.xml