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O ctober means many of us have gone back to school (or are having nightmares about when we used to). Livers are tested. Grades are earned (or unearned, if your Adderall dealer is around). Boys and girls are forged into men and women through the time
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CONTENTS FEATURES REBOOT CAMP Can a nine-week course land you atop job (andsalary) in Silicon VaUey? WILL BUTLER enters the battleground for tech talent. ACROSS INDIA ON THREE WHEELS SCOTT YORKO embarks on the greatest half-baked, death-defying, dru
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEFSIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES STARS CHECK IN TO BATES MOTEL PARTY To cap off a day of booth hopping and autograph sign­ing, we teamed with A&E to transform a 40,000-square-foot space into the Bates Motel for a Friday soiree a
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COLORADO, CANNABIS AND CASH
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Aft or reading Chronic Insecurity (July/ August), I have one suggestion: I'm not a financial export, nor do I play one on Fox News, but perhaps a state-run banking system would solve the money problem for marijuana businesses, fust model it after th
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CULTURE CLUB
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The club-kid scone Rachel R. White depicts in Rave New World (July/August) is a jaw-dropping wasteland of self-absorbed ubernarcissists. White's pro­file confirmed for me that if I ever visit Los Angeles, I'll need a spacesuit to deal with the alien
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WE'RE NOT SORRY EITHER
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I have boon enjoying playboy since the mid-1970s, and I would liko to say I am not even remotely sorry for hav­ing road Gilbert Gottfried's The Apology Epidemic (July/August). It is one ofyour best articles ever. Barry Ahlbrandt Oak Point, Texas
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RESPECT THINE ELDERS
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I know a comedian's personal life is fodder for jokes, but at what cost to his or her loved ones? I was disappointed by Marc Maron's flippant response to outing his father as bipolar {20Q_, July/ August). "To him it was a betrayal," Maron says. "Bei
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UP HILL, DOWN HILL
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High-five? for the' Playboy Interview with Jonah Hill (June1). I can't de'cide if I have a crush on him or if he's filling a void left by Philip Se'yinour Hoffman's de'ath. Maybe both. Hill has serious range and de'pth. I hope1 it's only a matter of
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DO GO ON
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Does playboy have a new art direc­tor? The pictorials and overall layout of the magazine have been absolutely incredible lately. You're knocking it out of the park month after month. Each issue is like a work of art, and I can't bear to throw my cop
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The Real Hunter S. Thompson Revealed
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Thank goodness Craig Vetter's memories have stayed intact, despite the passage of time—and the occasional indulgence in ille­gal substances (Surviving Hunter S. Thompson, July/August), playboy deserves props not only lor run­ning Vetter's remembranc
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MOTIVATIONAL MATERIAL
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I hank you lor your pictorial ol Miss July Emily Agnes. The beautiful Brit would improve any office. Tony Kelly's photos are stellar, especially the image in which Emily dangles nearly nude from the Playboy sign, wearing only climb­ing gloves and re
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LESSONS FROM URUGUAY
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I enjoyed reading Sean Manning's first­hand account of the Uruguayan horse races (They Call It El Raid, May), which was almost anthropological in its dissec­tion of the sport's energetic culture. I was surprised to read how progressive (he country i
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EXTREME PRAISE
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Thank you for publisliing Don Winslow's story Extreme (May, Juno, July/August). When my July/August issue arrived, I went straight to the third installment in the series. I can't wait for the movie. Mark Judah Louisville, Kentucky Read all three par
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BAD NEIGHBOR
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I am thoroughly disgusted that "Good Neighbors" (Men, June) was deemed fit. to print. To recap, Joel Stein blames manipulative women for causing and perpetuating battles between neighbors. Men are powerless to refuse to engage in the insane behavior
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BOND GALORE
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I was impressed with Kevin West's text and Taryn Simon's artwork in Birds of the West Indies (July/August). It is the kind of high-caliber, total-package deal—beautiful women, so­phistication, cutting-edge art, worldly ideas—I have come to expect fr
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A MORE NATURAL AU NATUREL
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As a woman and an avid reader of playboy, I find it surprising that some of your models have tattoos. Ladies, you were born witli a perfectly pleasing piece of art. By all means, share it with us, but leave it unadorned. Rachel Ilerron Park Ridge, N
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GARY, SO CONTRARY
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The Playboy Interview with Gary Olclman (July/August) is one of the most candid I have ever read in your maga­zine. Even though I disagree with how he states his opinions, I found his com­ments to be refreshing, especially those on Mel Gibson, Alec
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JENA SIMS
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• "MEN ARE intimidated by me," says Jena Sims, the sultry Southern-born actress who bares all in the political thriller Kill the Messenger. Chalk it up to her resume. A former beauty queen, Jena has also made it as a country music video babe *or Luk
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MILLIONAIRE MATCHMAKER
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Will Levith
BRIGHT LIGHTS, LOADS OF CASH AND A PLAN TO TURN CHESS INTO THE NEXT BIG THING T he next high roller you see in Las Vegas could be a professional chess player. That's the goal of Maurice Ashley, who broke the chess color barrier in 1999 by becoming t
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FOUL PLAYERS
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Nora O'Donnell
FEMALE COMEDIANS ARE FILTHIER AND FUNNIER THAN EVER. DEAL WITH IT hen Christopher Hitchens wrote his infamous essay "Why Women Aren't Funny," he resurrected a worn- out and false assumption. But the ever divisive intellectual did have a point: Women
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DAN HARMON
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Nora O'Donnell
THE COMMUNITY CREATOR ON BREAKING IN AND OUT OF HOLLYWOOD • The turbulent journey of Dan Harmon, creator of NBC's critically acclaimed com­edy Community, went something like this: He was fired, rehired and canceled, and miraculously escaped with his
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BARE FACTS
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Cat Auer
TWO NEW BOOKS EXPOSE THE NAKED TRUTHS ABOUT OUR BODIES • Readers of this magazine maybe forgiven for thinking they know a thing or two about body parts. But with two new volumes, Cultural Encyclopedia of the Breast and its companion. Cultural Encycl
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A MAN WITH A CAN
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YES, THERE IS SUCH A THING AS PREMIUM PACKAGED TUNA. HERE'S HOW TO HACK THE CAN • A tin of tuna can be an MRE for foodies (in college or otherwise). The first step to nearly instant culinary supremacy is to banish all traumatic memories of tuna cass
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ROSE RISING
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IF YOU THINK DRINKING PINK IS UNMANLY, IT'S TIME TO REVISIT ROSE i F or decades, cheap pink "white" zinfandels dominated the Ameri­can wine market, sadly sallying the reputation of rose for most men. But with the top-quality versions avail­able toda
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FULL-DENIM JACKET
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WHETHER YOU'RE A COWBOY. A TRUCKER OR A ROCKER. THE DENIM JACKET IS ALWAYS IN STYLE • There isn't a single type of man who hasn't claimed the denim jacket as his own: cowboys, of both the Western and urban varieties; construction workers; musicians
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THE BRIT BIKE INVASION
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STREET STYLE INSPIRED BY 1960S BRITISH MOTORCYCLE CULTURE IS REVVING UP. WELCOME TO A CAFE RACER REVIVAL • If you've noticed dudes on vintage Nortons or low-slung Honda CBs tearing up the road in style, you can thank the motorcycle-obsessed rockers
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DTLA CONFIDENTIAL
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Crystal Meers
THE DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES RENAISSANCE HAS ARRIVED. HERE'S HOW TO DIVE INTO THE CITY'S HOTTEST NEIGHBORHOOD • Until recently, if you asked most Angelenos about downtown they would say it was on the verge of a renaissance— or so they'd heard, because t
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SPARTACUS
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POWER PLAY
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William K. Gock
UNMASKING JAGUAR'S NEW SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION • Jaguar's "Good to Be Bad" campaign was a randy acknowledgment of some­thing we already knew—Brits make the best cinematic villains. Now the cats from Coventry are plotting to take on rivals Audi a
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BEHIND THE SCREEN
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FOUR WAYS YOUR TELEVISION IS SMARTER THAN EVER 1. MUST-WATCH —> Streaming-TV players such as Roku changed how wo watch televi­sion. Good-bye, channel surfing. Hello, binge watching. Roku's first TV (S599, roku.com) is a 48-inch, 1080p high-def se
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GONE GIRL
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Stephen Rebello
• "David and I call it the date movie that will break up couples across the land," says author-screenwriter Gillian Flynn about director David Fincher's movie version of her best-seller Gone Girl (Fincher is the subject of this month's Playboy Inter
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TEASE FRAME
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—» Spanish actress Paz Vega is muy caliente in Carmen (pictured). Vega next spices up the action in Kill the Messenger.
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HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION
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Robert B. DeSalvo
• Director John Carpenter's 1978 seminal slasher film, Halloiveen— about unstoppable masked psycho Michael Myers, who returns to his hometown to terrorize babysit­ter Laurie Strode (scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis)— spawned seven scary sequels, plus a
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GAHAN WILSON: BORN DEAD, STILL WEIRD
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THE LONG­TIME PLAYBOY CARTOONIST GETSTHE DOCUMENTARY TREATMENT PLAYBOY: How did you react when you saw director Steven-Charles Jaffe's documentary (on iTunes), in which people such as Stephen Colbert and Randy Newman praise your work? WILSON: I felt
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ANGELS & DEVILS
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Rob Tannenbaum
• Kevin Martin, a.k.a. the Bug, isn't one of those electronic pro­ducers who want their music to sound like a beach party—he'd rather it sound like an itch that's bleeding or a broken-down car sputtering in a dim alley. "Ugh! Sick­ness!" shouts MC R
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THE AFFAIR
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Josef Adalian
• Sex and secrets are at the center of The Affair, but Showtime's excellent new drama from House of Cards vet Sarah Treem isn't your standard soap opera. The stoiy chroni­cles what happens when happily married Noah (Dominic West), spending a summer
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FULL MEASURE
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Cat Auer
• In T. Jefferson Parker's latest novel, machine gunner Pat­rick Norris returns to Fallbrook, California after surviving an Afghanistan deploy­ment many fellow marines did not. He's happy to be home from a war he didn't believe in but aches for the
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THE EVIL WITHIN
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Jason Buhrmester
• The horror genre went stiff around the time shooters such as Call of Duty took over. Aresurrec-tion is happening with The Evil Within (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One), developed by legendary Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami. The stoiy line, about
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PLEASE, SIR MAY I HAVE A BROTHER?
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JOEL STEIN
FRAT GUYS CONTROL THE WORLD, AND NON-FRAT GUYS ARE USED TO THAT. BUT ARE OUTSIDERS GETTING REVENGE? hen the Sigma Alpha Epsilon national fraternity announced it was going to ban hazing, it broke a sacred agreement. The deal was that frat mem­bers go
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BUT THEY'RE MY DUMB THINGS
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HILARY WINSTON
YES, EVEN THROW PILLOWS MEAN SOMETHING TO HER. GET USED TO IT H ave you ever dated a woman who has a bed covered with a million pillows? Not just the pillows you use for sleeping but decorative pillows that have to be painstak­ingly removed every si
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PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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I recently worked on a project with a female colleague. It was just the two of us sitting side by side in a conference room. At one point, as she was talking, I was Listening and looking at the paperwork in front of us. She obviously thought I was l
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HOW NOT TO FIX THE CAMPUS RAPE CRISIS
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ERIN GLORIA RYAN
With colleges across America bungling sexual-assault cases, academia can no longer hide its skeletons A merica's universities are in the throes of an unre­lenting crisis. Amid rising rates of reported sexual assaults, we've been inun­dated with stor
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WRITE TO REFUSE
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Witli characteristic wit, Ilija liojanow's tongue-in-cheek letter to the National Security Agency's agony aunt ("Ask Zelda," June) describes the insidious impact of mass surveillance on society: As distrust and suspicion spread, citizens begin to se
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WE CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH
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LUKE O'NEIL
Monster tarantulas, supermodel felons, extreme stalkers. Where is journalism headed? T his June, a man named Jer­emy Meeks bewitched the world. You may know him better by his media-dubbed nickname the Hot Felon. Meeks is attractive enough that his p
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TRAINING DAYS
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Donald Hall is fortunate to have lived to see an age when the vocation of "trainer" is a legiti­mate career pursuit ("Physical Malfitness," July/August). I'm old enough to remember a time, before fitness became a profession, when junior high schools
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DON'T JUDGE A FACEBOOK BY ITS COVER PHOTO
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Jeremy Repanich
A surprising study reveals our biases against sex in social media C heck out these two photographs. Honestly-and let's just keep this between us-I'm not really sold on the woman in the top image. Something tells me she's not par- ticuiariy smart or
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PLUGGING IN
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Shane Michael Singh's arti­cle ("Free-Market Hypocrisy," June) about New Jersey's ban on Tesla sales in the state accurately describes New Jersey governor Chris Christie's approach to deal­ing with those outside his fold: Make them squirm. It's the
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HEADWORK
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I have a private therapy practice. "Treatment Complex" (May) got my attention because I recognize the pseudoscience and fraudulent diagnoses some psychologists use to line their pockets via unknow­ing taxpayers. One of the best ways to treat sex off
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REBOOT CAMP
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WILL BUTLER
//:_[ CAN A NINE-WEEK CRASH COURSE CHANGE YOUR LIFE AND TURN YOU INTO THE NEXT SILICON VALLEY SUPERSTAR? ]_>: e a.m. on a c Monday ing, 20 jit-students 1 in a stair-waiting for ! first day of Bootcamp. 've arrived d the world, to attend the so-
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ALONG FOR THE RIDE
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COME WITH US BACK TO 1984 AS WE REVISIT THE MASTFRFl II WORK OF PHOTOGRAPHER RICHARD FEGLEYAND THE DAY HE SPENT WITH PLAYMATES SUZI SCHOTT, JULIE MCCULLOUGH AND DEVIN DEVASQUEZ TO CREATE THE SEXIEST SHOOT ON TWO WHEELS
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ACROSS INDIA ON THREE WHEELS
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Scott Yorko
Tlxrmaa. : A 2.210-MILE RACE I* miWa Uie ulea oj mmlcrva Lrumc£ /sL AS. ^\ >V /<X ^/i&^S. A A A A A The city of Jaisalmer protrudes from the Thai' Desert like a dirty iceberg encircled by herds of wild camels. The desert sandstone city, an
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me where it hurts. I'll kiss it and make it better."
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SPRECHEN SIE DOUCHE?
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CHRISTOPHER TENNANT
OUCHE ¥ WITH SO MANY MEN BEHAVING DOUCHILY, PRESENT THE DEFINITIVE FIELD GUIDE TO MODERN AMERICAN 2014 FORGET THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE. There's an even more terrifying menace assaulting our species—and it's real. Witness the ascen­dance of the modern A
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problems, buddy! They don't even weave this part anymore!"
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Roxanna June, Miss October, 2014
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<p>WITH YOUTHFUL BRAVADO, THIS SELF-DESCRIBED "HIPSTER WITH A VINTAGE TWIST" EMBRACES ALL OF LIFE'S GLORIES, FROM ART TO TRAVEL TO BUSINESS TO SEX. CAN YOU KEEP UP WITH MISS OCTOBER? Y ou gotta do what you gotta do," says our jet-setting Miss October R</p>
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PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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A prostitute approached a man at a bar. "This is your lucky night," she said. "I have a special game for you. I'll do anything you want for $30 as long as you can say it in three words." He pulled out his wallet, carefully laid three $10 bills on th
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Hold it right there and think."
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Rob Corddry
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Eric Spitznagel
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agreed when I retired I could pursue any hobby I wanted."
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Playboy's TOP PARTY SCHOOLS
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WE'VE CRUNCHED THE NUMBERS AND TALLIED THE EMPTIES. HERE ARE THET0P10C0LLEGES FOR GETTING AN ADVANCED DEGREE lencan tradillUIIUI hitting the books and the bars equally hard has evolved in re­cent years. Yes, an institution worthy of inclusion on our
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SOMETHING ANCIENT WELLING UP
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NOLAN TURNER
MAX WAS HAVING YET ANOTHER UNEVENTFUL DAY AT HIS ROADSIDE TOURIST TRAP. THEN THE MYSTERIOUS METAL BOX ARRIVED RSflY OF CALIFORNIA. IRVINE i he shack was silent except for the hum and flicker of the i neon sign that lured delirious drivers off the hi
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The Weird World of Gahan Wilson
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"As my late husband here used to say...." "I'm so glad you've called to offer me this investment opportunity because it gives me a chance to test my new telephonic death ray." "I've just had the most horrible dream!" "/ don't like the looks of this!
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GIRLS OF THE ACC
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A LITTLE BEAUTY AND BRAINS TO BREAK OUT OF THE SCHOOL ~ DAZE Any college hoops fan knows that the route to the title usually makes a stop somewhere on Tobacco Road. And as of this year, the Atlantic Coast Conference also counts 2013 national basketb
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okay, I'm convinced! There is no fool like an old fool...!"
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we ever do something I want to do ?"
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LIBIDO-MAX
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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going to quit smoking this way."
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THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE JEWELRY
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Nobody said anything about 'happily ever after' I'm just not ready for that sort of commitment. '
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art thou, Romeo ? "
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Tom's wife and the mother of his children, and if you ever have some free time, I'm also hot as hell in the sack."
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CIGARS INTERNATIONAL
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50 long since I've been laid I hardly remember how to fake an orgasm."
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PLAYBOY COLLEGE FICTION CONTEST
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liberator
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MEATY Myths
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The Bradford Exchange
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9 Up!'
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FAMILY MATTERS IRYNAIVANOVA WORRIES ABOUT LOVED ONES IN CRIMEA A s international ambassadors of the good life, piayboy and our Playmates reach all areas of the globe, includ­ing those roiled by con­flict. Miss August 2011 Iryna Ivanova was born and
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SINCLAIR Institute
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POLITICAL GEYSER-THE LAST TIME A NOTABLE POLITICIAN SHOT OUT OF MONTANA WAS, WELL, NEVER. BRIAN SCHWEITZER WANTS TO CHANGE THAT. THE FORMER GOVERNOR IS A RISING STAR IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, AND HE CARRIES A BRAND­ING IRON INSTEAD OF A BIG STICK. JE
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