Issue: 20141101

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THE EROTIC I WORLD OF SALVADOR DAU BRIAN SCHWEITZER THE $100,000 WATCHDOG DROGSIN HOLLYWOOD VIDEOGAME ROCK STARS /
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W e all have a primal urge that drives us, day by day, to raise our fists and stand up to the things that chal­lenge us. We call it our fighting spirit, and our November issue unearths enough of it to win a world war. We kick off with Neal Gabler's
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CO N T E N 80 MISS NOVEMBER GIA MARIE A FEATURES 60 HOLLYWOOD HIGH I What drives stars into addiction? i NEAL GABLER uncovers answers in I darker corners than you'd think. 70 I ATTACK! GOOD BOY I Enter the world of the deadliest, I best-trained prot
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES 2014 MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Playboy's world-famous pajama party ruled one August evening, to the delight of Playmates, invitees and Instagram users who were privy to the action behind the Mansion w
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KING OF SPADERS
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Thank you for chatting with James Spader (Playboy Interview, September). He comes from a time when actors were able to behave as they wanted without the risk of being taken down by TMZ or someone's cell phone cam­era. I wonder what it was like to be
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GIRL POWER
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I'm sensing a theme in Septem­ber's Talk: women who take charge in their (spy) careers ("The Spies Who Loved Us") and their (casual) sex lives ("Hooking Up"). Women don't need to wait for men to approach them, and they don't need to put on a bikini
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE
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Lukas I. Alpert's look at Steven Seagal (Steven Seagal's Fight for Mother Russia, September) proves the "actor" is nothing but an enterprising though entertaining buffoon. Still, I'm impressed that Seagal is trying his hand at international diplo­ma
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PUNTERS ARE PEOPLE TOO
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I enjoyed this year's Pigskin Preview (September), but I believe you forgot some players for your All America Team. What about a punter, a placekicker, a kick returner and an Anson Mount Scholar? Darrell Hancock Winnipeg, Manitoba Here are writer Br
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Blind Justice
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In 2000, my father, Salvatore Piazza, was arrested as a central fig­ure in a Wall Street mafia bust that the then U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White called "the largest securities-fraud takedown in history." There was no lack of spurious, so-called journal
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HONEST SCOUNDRELS
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Joel Stein's column "Selfie Mad­ness" (Men, July/August) is proof that men who claim to read playboy "for the articles" aren't entirely dishonest scoundrels. Please continue to let your writers report on what men are think­ing, and we'll continue to
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SEPTEMBER SIZZLES--OR FIZZLES?
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Miss September Stephanie Branton is a total knockout—from her pure angelic face down to her little toes. Aris Estupinian Milwaukie, Oregon First, let me state that Stephanie Branton is very pretty, but your pictures of her are dull. The cover promis
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BLOODY HELL
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The secret to a good bloody mary (Drink, September) isn't in the spice—it's in replacing the vodka with gin. David Spahr Gettysburg, Pennsylvania We love that variation, which is called a red snapper. It has been around since at least the 1930s, and
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LADIES' CHOICE
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As a woman who thoroughly enjoys reading puvbov, I want to thank you for the excellent articles month after month. When I tell people that pijwboy is one of my favorite magazines and Hugh Hefner is one of my heroes, they look at me quizzically. It's
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SEEKING A "SAVE THE DATE"
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Hilary Winston makes some great points in her "Wedding Party!" column (Women, September). It is enlightening to learn that the women at these spe­cial events are just as eager to hook up as the men. Now that I'm aware of this, I have just one questi
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TAKING A HIT FOR THE TEAM
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I liked your September Gear story on how to up your game so you can "kick like Cristiano Ronaldo" and "swing like Tiger Woods." You left one out: You can hit like Alex Rodriguez with performance-enhancing drugs. Fred Thompson St. Louis, Missouri
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PUNKY BOOSTER
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Bill Donahue's exposure of the punk rock scene in Iran makes the people and the environment more relatable to me (Iran Punk, June). A counterculture in an unbearably oppressive region makes complete sense. Youth and the desire for independence from
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COMIC ART
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Many men say they read ihayboy for the articles; others say they subscribe for the pictorials of beautiful women. Me? I love both the stories and the pictures—but oh, the cartoons. Rare is the publication that devotes an entire page to a full-color
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WRONG FOR REBUTTAL
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I just received my September issue, and I'm disappointed with playboy for running a response to Gary Oldman's Playboy Inter­view (July/August) from Abe Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League (Dear Playboy). Foxman has a history of employing the word a
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SKEPTICAL OF SPECTACLES
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I have a minor complaint: In Miss July Emily Agnes's pictorial, why is she wear­ing eyeglasses that cover up her beautiful face and make her look like a female Clark Kent? Keith Finley Brooklyn, New York We find women wearing eyeglasses to be incred
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CORRECTION
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The photographer for the October 2014 Playboy Interview with David Fincher was Marius Bugge.
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NATALIE LOREN
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• "IT IS MY JOB to create a fan­tasy," says model-actress Natalie Loren. She does her job well. Born in London, the half-English, half-Mauritian beauty has appeared in campaigns for Elizabeth Arden and in a music video for Jared Leto's band, Thirty
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CAN I BUY ANYONE A DRINK?
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Aaron Goldfarb
ONE MAN'S LAMENTATION ON THE DEATH OF THE BAR PICKUP L ast week I found myself drinking alone at a bar while waiting for a friend. Beside me sat a group of four women, friends ostensibly, though you wouldn't have known that, because they never made
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CHELSEA PERETTI
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Shane Michael Singh
BROOKLYN NINE-NINES BREAKOUT STAR ON COMEDY, HUMMUS AND COSBY • Chelsea Peretti's career is a flight of fancy. Her first gig in L. A. was writing for Sarah Silverman, the fruits of which led to a Comedy Central special, scribing for Parks and Recrea
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PLEA FOR A SIDEKICK
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Matthew Kredell
IS THIS THE END FOR OUR FAVORITE SEXUALLY DEVIANT ROBOT SKELETON? J osh Robert Thompson has a job description that has never before appeared on a resume: gay robot skele­ton sidekick on a late-night talk show. But after four years as the voice of ra
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BREAST IN CLASS
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Kate Moss delivers a glass worth celebrating -» To honor her 40th birthday and 25 years of model­ing, Kate Moss has collaborated with London-based 34 restaurant to produce a limited-edition champagne glass molded from her left breast. It isn't the f
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CUTTING EDGE
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Will Butler
FOR SILICON VALLEY'S BIGGEST PLAYERS, YOUR BODY IS A WONDER-LAND-AND THEY'RE DIVING IN T he body has potential. At the intersection of doc­tors who repair it, tech­nologists who improve its surroundings and businesspeople who profit from it, a host
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SIX MIXALOT
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YES, A BLENDER CAN BE BADASS. THE POWERFUL KITCHEN TOOL FVFRY MAN SHOULD OWN hile much has been said about the virtues of a sharp chefs knife, the blender remains a secret, high-powered weapon in the manly culinary arsenal. Step into a professional
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FLASK FORWARD
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WHY PORTABLE COCKTAILS SHOULD BE YOUR GO-TO TO-GO DRINK ure. you could fill a flask with your favorite spirit, but that's not much different from drinking straight out of the bottle. Pour in a fine cocktail, and suddenly you have a mixological speak
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BAG MAN
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DITCH THE MURSE FOR ONE OF THESE PURPOSE-BUILT BAGS T otes, back­packs and murses abound, but carrying a bag that looks like you mean business is a more badass way to lug your gear. Whether you're anoutdoorsman (or dream of being one), a bibulous bo
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STRUT YOUR STACHE
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IF YOU'RE GOING TO GROW A MUSTACHE IN MOVEMBER, YOU MAY AS WELL DO IT WITH STYLE L et other men cultivate unkempt face caterpillars this Movember. If you're going to go hirsute to raise awareness of men's health issues, this is your best chance to e
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JOBURG IS JUMPING
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Jeralyn Gerba
A YOUTHFUL CULTURAL RENAIS­SANCE MAKES JOHANNESBURG SOUTH AFRICA'S COOLEST CITY • There's a party rumbling in Johannesburg (a.k.a. Joburg or Jozi), the sprawling South African city known for being rough, graffitied and weighed down by years of posta
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UNCOMMON SENSE
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William K. Gock
MERCEDES-BENZ GIVES THE CROSSOVER A STYLE MAKEOVER • Crossovers are the most logical con­sumer vehicles on the road. From solid fuel efficiency to decent cargo space, the CUV is designed for utility. Unfortunately, no man wants to be remembered for
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TAKE A CUE
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Stan Horaczek
RUNNING THE TABLE IS JUST-A': <■/ MATTER Of HAVING THE RIGHTTOOC i the wall of the local dive bar are about as good for billiards as an old broomstick. Luckily, you don't need to invest thousands of dollars in a handmade Balabushka to become the
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INTERSTELLAR
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Stephen Rebello
irector Christopher Nolan's massive—and massively hyped— dystopian futuristic epic Interstellar hurls Matthew McConaughey and , Anne Hathaway into a deep-space, last-ditch mission to save human­ ity from widespread famine and drought. Expect trippy
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TEASE FRAME
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-» Danish actress Sonja Richter cleans up in The Woman Who Dreamed About a Man (pictured). See her get dusty in the Western The Homesman.
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NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR'S CUT
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Greg Fagan
• When Clive Barker adapted his novella Cabal into 1990's Nightbreed, he delivered a faithful film that was more than two hours long. The studio then butch­ered the movie, and it flopped. In an unlikely turn of events, the miss­ing elements were fou
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THE FARRELLY BROTHERS
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S. R.
A CHAT WITH THE CREATORS Of DUMB AND DUMBER TO PLAYBOY: Dumb and Dumber To takes place 20 years after the first movie. How different was it working with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels this time? PETER: Jim and Jeff get along so great—because of Jeff. B
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KILLER MIKE OF RUN THE JEWELS
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Rob Tannenbaum
Q: Your partner El-P tweeted that you two consumed two ounces of sat/va, an ounce of mushrooms and four grams of hash while recording the new Run the Jewels album, RTJ2. True? A: For the whole album, I'd say we had almost a pound of weed and 21 gram
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ASCENSION
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Josef Adalian
• Haifa century ago, scientists were working on a supersized ship capable of transporting hun­dreds deep into space in a fraction of the time it would take traditional rockets. The upshot: It would be powered by nuclear bombs set off behind the craf
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NBA 2K15
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Jason Buhrmester
• Go easy on Kobe's knee. The updated injury mechanics of NBA 2K15 (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) break down a player's body into 16 parts, each with its own dura­bility rating. Take Kobe hard to the hoop too many times and he'll end up riding the be
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NO COUNTRY FOR TOUGH MEN
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JOEL STEIN
HOW CAN POLITICIANS ACT SO HATEFUL AND MEAN WHEN IN TRUTH THEY'RE JUST WIMPS? W e are experiencing our coun­try's angriest political division since the Civil War, yet our poli­ticians have never been softer. Senators should be challenging each other
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THE ART OF WAR
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HILARY WINSTON
SOME WOMEN WANT A MAN WHO KNOWS HOW TO ARGUE, EVEN IN PUBLIC O ne summer my boyfriend and I went on vacation with another couple. We'd all known each other a long time but had never traveled together before. The four of us rented a cabin at a ranch
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PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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I recently discovered my 43-year-old boyfriend of one year pays for "erotic massages," which is code for seeing a pros­titute. He has an enormous penis, but he has trouble main­taining an erection. Sex with him is difficult, but since we began sleep
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SURRENDERING TO GLOBAL WARMING
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ERIC KLINENBERG
Can we win by losing? T here is, and has always been, a bold American way to respond to major disasters: We don't merely rebuild; we build big­ger and stronger than before. We do this regardless of what hits us. Chicago, incinerated by the great fir
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OF MARKETS AND MANATEES
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I agree with Curtis White that the top one percent are robbing us, but that has little to do with capitalism in a true free market ("Designated Suffering," Septem­ber). It has everything to do with government working hand in glove with giant corpora
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DECODING THE MONEYMEN
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JEREMY REPANICH
Economist and writer John Lanchester translates how Wall Street talks I n the wake of the 2008 economic crisis, writer John Lanchester set out to understand how the entire financial system col­lapsed. In his 2010 book I.O.V.: Why Everyone Owes Every
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HOME OF THE INCARCERATED
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Thank you for "Cruel and Unusual" (June). Take it from me, prison sucks. Mandatory mini­mum sentencing, such as Oregon's Measure 11, has destroyed due process and favors the prosecution so heavily that a fair trial is a thing of the past. Please pub
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AMERICAN DREAMING
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Is equality possible in a democracy ("All Men Are Created Unequal," September)? I don't think it's achievable today, and I don't think it was in the past. Edward Tenner's article brings to mind a clas­sic of American literature, Upton Sinclair's The
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HOLLYWOOD HIGH
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NEAL GABLER
THE NEWS IS FULL OF CELEBRITIES AND THEIR DRUG PROBLEMS. ARE STARS REALLY MORE PRONE TO ADDICTION? THE ANSWER IS YES, AND THE REASONS MAY SURPRISE YOU So here is what everyone knows about Hollywood: People there often behave badly—sometimes so badly
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our song. You know what I want to hear..
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RISE & SHINE
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THERE'S SOMETHING TO BE SAID FOR BASKING IN THE SUNRISE IN AN UNMADE BED. JUST ASK POLISH MODEL ANITA SIKORSKA
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ATTACK! GOOD BOY
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ADAM SKOLNICK
I I FOR $100,000 MAN'S BEST FRIEND CAN BECOME MAN'S BEST WEAPON. INSIDE THE BIZARRE WORLD OF THE EXECUTIVE-PROTECTION DOG INDUSTRY W e're parked in front of our target, a two-story house perched on a cor­ner lot, fringed with flowers and set on the
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know about her spirit guide, but you're sure getting through to me!"
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wants to know how much I would charge to take off my skin and dance around in my bones."
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Gia Marie, Miss November, 2014
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<p>THERE'S NO BETTER EXCUSE TO STAY INSIDE THAN HANGING WITH MISS NOVEMBER AT A MODERNIST LOS ANGELES MANSION ould there be a more subjective word than bad? Take Miss November Gia Marie's "bad girl" tale, for example. "Growing up in Calabasas, Californ</p>
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PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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If Ray Rice and Chris Brown were both on fire and you had only one fire extinguisher, where would you hide it? A maid of honor mistakenly invited the bride-to-be's grandmother to the bachelor-ette party. After hours of champagne, one of the bridesma
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my shoes and my belt. If you want me to remove anything else, you'll have to buy me dinner first."
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The Bullet
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Michael Connelly
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PLAYBOY PLAYBOOK
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BRING YOUR A-GAME TO LIVING WELL WITH THESE WINNING STRATEGIES FOR THE MODERN GENTLEMAN the perfect season to take stock iafs in your closet, in your garage, )ur itinerary and in your glass. It's .t-paced world and chances are .hings have changed a
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WINNERS, LOSERS AND LEGENDS
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HAROLD GOLDBERG
II vJ J i ore people watched wiese ys play a video game tl tched tne highest-rated games of tjwe NBA finals, *' the NHL finals or Sunw Nisbt Footkatl. Welcome toBt of sports.. If, Wooli. WooOHH. Woooohlih! This Paris crowd of 5,000 is going wild, wi
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we landed on the planet, I understand they were a pretty big deal."
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The EROTIC WORLD of SALVADOR DALI
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FORTY YEARS AGO THE MASTER SURREALIST ^g LIFE BROUGHT SOME OF HIS UNIQUE FANTASIES TO LIFE IN OUR PAGES. REVISIT THE RESULTS, ALONG WITH PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED BEHIND-THE-SCENES PHOTOS ,„„„„., limp clocks and moonlit deserts. Having commissioned Dal
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Harriet. Some stupid cop is trying to flirt with me."
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immigrants!"
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Once you've seen one flying fish, you've seen them all."
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Sinclair Institute
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MEaTY Myths
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LIBIDO-MAX
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one, think your wife is very nice."
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Are you trying to tell me that you can eat this stuff too?"
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wasn't her first choice, but he was the only one who didn't leave town when she got pregnant."
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panties
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HARBOR FREIGHT
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screwed—the women just invented something called a 'headache.'"
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SECOND SKIN DANI MATHERS GETS COMFORTABLE IN NEW SWIMWEAR LINE hen she's not donning her birthday suit in the pages of playboy, Miss May 2014 Dani Mathers pre­fers a different kind of suit. "Lezard Swim designs swimsuits that make you feel next to n
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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LEGALSTANDING-WHETHER YOU CALL HIM A WHISTLE-BLOWER, A BULLY OR JUST ANOTHER LAWYER, MICHAEL HAUSFELD IS THE MOST VICIOUS MAN IN THE COURTROOM. HE HAS SUED OIL COMPANIES, DRUG DEALERS, THE NCAA AND EVEN GERMANY, TAKING ON CASES WORTH BILLIONS OF DOL
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