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Mike lyson * Punched THE 25TH Out! ANNIVERSARY J OF BOXING'S MOST SHOCKING KNOCKOUT t The Low Debate IS A PRESCRIPTION BETTER THAN A PORSCHE? Wliol MARCIANO'S SEXY NEW FACE: RACHEL MORTENSO The Year in EVA GREEN, SCAR JO, RIHANNAANDA WHOLE LOT OF BO
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moods of norway
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VIKINGS
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PLAYBILL
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Say it with us: "2015." It sounds like the future. (Say "2016," however, and it sounds like a political nightmare.) With the decade half sunk, we have Siri and no HAL 9000, self-driving cars and less pri­vacy. Which makes us wonder: What does it mea
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MACK WELDON
MACK WELDON
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CONTENTS FEATURES HOW LOW T BECAME THE DISEASE DU JOUR Is testosterone—in cream, gel or other forms—a holy cure for all that ails males or just a Big Pharma scam? By TYLER GRAHAM 42TO1 On the 25th anniversary of the historic Tyson-Douglas boxing sho
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starz
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES HALLOWEEN AT THE MANSION Even on a normal day, stepping onto the grounds of the Playboy Mansion can cause an adrenaline spike. When the five-acre estate includes a 4,000-square-foot haunted house, t
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SPLIT VOTE
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I'm one lifelong Republican who could support a guy like Brian Schweitzer. What a breath of fresh air. He is exactly what this country needs right now. I believe we need a revolution at the ballot box be­fore we have one in the streets. We have just
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NEVER SAY NEVER
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October's Next Month includes this quote about your upcoming Brian Schweitzer interview: "The last time a no­table politician shot out of Montana was, well, never." I guess Mike Mansfield never showed up on your radar. Or maybe you broke your Google
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A SOBERING TRUTH
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I haven't seen so much wisdom about addiction (and, indirectly, alcoholism) in one place in a long time (Hollywood High, November). Neal Gabler has it right. I drank alcohol for 20 years and have been sober for a bit more than 30 years now. Kudos to
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SHE GOT GAME
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Props to Harold Goldberg for Winners, Losers and Legends (November). People put down gaming as a waste of time, but what's the difference between sitting on your couch playing a game and sitting on your couch while you scream at a player whose athle
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From One Pol to Another
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I know Brian Schweitzer (Playboy Interview, November). We don't agree on everything, but he's the real deal. The government on all lev­els desperately needs more people like him. Until lethargic voters real­ize government is a symptom of their own c
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TOUGH GUYS AND GALS DON'T FIGHT
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Joel Stein's column "No Country for Tough Men" (Men, November) points toward a worrying future. I remember when Ohio Republican representative John Boehner became Speaker of the House in 2011; the news ran stories about how sensitive he is and how h
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ROBOT LOVE
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Thank you so much for the article "Plea for a Sidekick" about Josh Robert Thompson, a.k.a. gay robot skeleton Geoff Peterson on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (Talk, November). I have enjoyed his character immensely. Maybe Ferguson should in
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PREMATURE CHANGE OF SOX
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As a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan, I was heartened to see October's Raw Data item about Harry Caray's 288-consecutive-day bar tab from 1972. But you goofed with the accompanying picture by featuring the Cubs logo. In 1972 Caray was in his second year a
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LOVE IN THE AGE OF TINDER
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I found the September article about Tinder particularly interesting ("Hooking Up," Talk). This whole idea of "dating" and matchmaking through technology and social media not only opens up a whole new avenue for casual sex but also shifts the way—not
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BEWITCHED
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Miss September Stephanie Branton is quite possibly the best-looking woman ever featured in pi.ayboy (Southern Com­fort). She has class, beauty and my vote for Playmate of the Year. Frank Lazzerini Barberton, Ohio
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GIA WHIZ!
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What a stunning redhead you found in Miss November Gia Marie (Home Body). As for her comment "I'm pretty sure some guy will see my pictorial here, and my red hair will resonate for him and give him a fetish for life"—yes, her mission has been accomp
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ZIPPO
ZIPPO
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playboy
playboy
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PLAYBOYMAGAZINESTORE
PLAYBOYMAGAZINESTORE
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NOUREEN DEWULF
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• 7 DON'TNEED to try so hard to stand out," says actress Noureen DeWulf. We cant argue. The doe-eyed Indian Ameri­can beauty plays a spitfire alongside Charlie Sheen on FX's Anger Man­agement, melding her striking fea­tures with perfect comedic timi
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FINAL FANTASY
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Noah Davis
FANTASY SPORTS HAVE A NEW PLAYBOOK TO USE AGAINST GAMBLING LAWS In March 2010, Chris Prince was obsessing over his fantasy baseball teams—a spring ritual in which he has indulged for nearly two decades—when an ad for FanDuel caught his eye. The new
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COMIC RELIEF
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Will Levith
FOUR COMIC BOOKS YOU NEED TO READ RIGHT NOW Screens both big and small are filled with comic books. The Walking Dead, based on a comics series by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore, and classic superhero the Flash dominate TV ratings, while
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FLYING LOTUS
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Scott Morrow
THE GENRE-BENDING PRODUCER ON STRAVINSKY, KENDRICK LAMAR AND THE NORMALITY OF DEATH • Flying Lotus may come from L. A.'s.experimental hip-hop scene, but he has jazz in his blood. As' grand nephew of pianist Alice Coltrane—whose second husbajid was j
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HOOKED ON A FEELING
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Cat Auer
WHAT THE BRAIN TELLS US ABOUT THE MYSTERIES OF TOUCH-FROM TICKLING TO ORGASM • Burning love, cold comfort, a prickly prob­lem. "When we talk about our emotions, we don't call them sightings or smellings," says neuroscientist David J. Linden. "Relati
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GANGSTA WRAPS
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IT'S TIME TO PUNCH UP YOUR LUNCH. LOSE THE BREAD AND LAYER THE FLAVOR WITH THESE EASY YET MANLY WRAPS THAT WILL BREAK YOU OUT OF YOUR CARB-HEAVY, LACKLUSTER SANDWICH RUT. IT'S HOW WE ROLL Roll Your Own Hoisin Pork Summer Roll A pork-centric take on
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HOP SCOTCH
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A GRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE GLORIOUSLY COMPLICATED WORLD OF SCOTCH WHISKEY Scotch has never been simple, which is probably why so many men happily dive into the depths of Scotland's national spirit with obsessive abandon. Now the modern whiskey boom has
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REBOOT
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STURDY AND STYLISH CLASSIC WORK BOOTS ARE BACK IN A BIG WAY ou can't argue with the perfect marriage of form and function that has kept these iconic boots in heavy rotation ever since they were intro­duced decades ago. The fashion focused will tell
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PARK CITY SLICKER
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Bradley Lincoln
UTAH'S NOT ALL SISTER WIVES AND COMPLICATED UNDERGARMENTS. VISIT PARK CITY FOR CINEMA, SNOW AND A CHILL NIGHTLIFE SCENE • Park City, Utah i U has morphed from Mormon community to miners' mecca to world-class skiing Valhalla with three major resorts.
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PLUGGED IN
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Harold Goldberg
A LOOK AHEAD AT THE HOLOGRAPHIC, SELF-DRIVING, HIGH-DEFINITION FUTURE A VIEW TO A THRILL THE NEW DEFINITION OF HIGH DEF The future of TV doesn't end with high defini­tion. The latest innova­tions are Ultra HD and 4K TVs, which deliver the clearest,
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GET REAL
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THE DOOR TO VIRTUAL REALITY IS FINALLY OPEN Ever since Tron, we've been begging to get into the game. We fi­nally can, thanks to a leap in virtual-reality technology. Pop on the Oculus Rift headset and you're im­mersed in games, movies and more in s
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ROBOTIC REVOLUTION
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DRIVERLESS CARS, DRONES AND OTHER AUTOMATONS ARE TAKING OVER Vour car drives you home while a drone delivers the latest microbrew to your doorstep: It could happen. The idea for driverless cars dates back to the Roaring Twenties, when the radio-cont
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Evan Williams
Evan Williams
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THE GAMBLER
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Stephen Rebello
• Don't bet that The Gambler, a new drama starring Mark Wahlberg, Brie Larson, Jessica Lange and John Goodman, will turn out to be exactly the movie you expect. Scripted by William Monahan, it's a remake of the gritty, well-remembered 1974 film—loos
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KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE
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S.R.
Comic book genius Mark Millar watches his work take on a new life Q: You've called the movies made from your graphic novels Wanted and Kick-Ass "$100 million ads for my books." Is Kingsman: The Secret Service another ad for the comic book on which i
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TEASE FRAME
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Jessica Chastain -» Jessica Chastain made an intoxicating addition to Lawless (pictured), in which she gets mixed up with moonshine in Prohibition-era Virginia. See the Oscar nominee next opposite Oscar Isaac in the crime drama A Most Violent Year.
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LUCY
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David Reddish
• As the titular character, Scarlett Johansson plays a woman exposed to a mind-expanding drug that enables her to read minds, move objects teleki- netically and mentally time travel. A worldwide chase involving the mob, Korean gangs and the ubiquito
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NETFLIX
NETFLIX
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EMPIRE
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Josef Adalian
• At one point in the first episode of Lee Daniels's spectacularly sudsy hip-hop soap opera, drug dealer turned music mogul Lucious Lyon (Terrence How­ard) takes his toddler son out­side and, literally, throws the kid in the trash. At this moment yo
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POM POM
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Rob Tannenbaum
• Making fun of Madonna stopped being clever around 1992, but Ariel Pink (pictured below) did it recently, claiming he'd been beseeched to write songs for her so she could be "edgy" again. Although Pink has proven him­self a douchebag and a troll, w
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SEX LIVES OF SIAMESE TWINS
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Cat Auer
• No one writes about unhealthy coping mechanisms with the same exuberant excess as Irvine Welsh, best known for Trainspotting. His latest novel, set in Miami's sleazy, sexy South Beach, has hard- ass fitness trainer Lucy Brennan conquering flesh—in
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CALL OF DUTY: ADVANCED WARFARE
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Jason Buhrmester
• Shooter games replayed World War II for years with no exit strategy in sight until Call of Duty: Modern Warfare took the fight to the future. The latest in the series, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) goes even fur
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iPLAYBOY
iPLAYBOY
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RAW DATA
RAW DATA
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PLAYBOYSTORE
PLAYBOYSTORE
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MADE-UP MAN
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JOEL STEIN
IS MALE VANITY ABOUT TO TAKE A BOLD NEW TURN? THE ANSWER MAY MAKE YOU BLUSH The second time I ever met my playboy editor over lunch he kept telling me how young I looked. It was deeply creepy—creepier even than his suggestion that I write a long art
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GOSSIP GIRLS
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HILARY WINSTON
THE ONLY THING WRONG WITH INCESSANT GOSSIP IS THAT MEN DON'T APPRECIATE IT Have you ever had this conversa­tion with your mother/aunt/sister/ grandmother? "So, do you re­member that girl from first grade/ our former neighbor/your old teacher?" You:
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PLAYBOY
PLAYBOY
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PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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My wife and I have been mar­ried for more than two decades, and she has had increasing trouble getting wet. We started to use lube during sex, which gave us a bonus thrill: I got into the habit of going down on her and using my tongue to spread the
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THE KIDS ARE (POLITICALLY) ALL RIGHT
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NOAH DAVIS
Millennials are a scourge, says everyone. But could they be what it takes to save America's political wasteland? Once a week, Patrick Lockhart finds 90 minutes for Google Hangouts. Chatting online with friends is typical mil­lennial behavior for the
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AFTER SANDY
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Eric Klinenberg's notion that "we win by losing" struck a chord ("Surrendering to Global Warm­ing," November). Oakwood Beach homeowners' quest for a buyout was emotional. Sandy's 14-foot storm surge not only destroyed most of the homes, erasing mem­
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OMNIVEILLANCE
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VINCE BEISER
Forget the NSA. The real spy is next to you in bed Any paranoia you have about the government and big corporations spying on you is well-founded. Thanks to Edward Snowden we now know the NSA surveils virtually every move we make on the internet. Goo
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Most people in the finance industry are honest, but finan­cial jargon is often used to create new products to justify a higher money-management fee ("Decod­ing the Moneymen," November). The vocabulary can be tricky, but I bet you wouldn't under­stan
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HOW THE GARY HART SCANDAL CHANGED EVERYTHING
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MattBai's new book, All the Truth Is Out: The Week Politics Went Tabloid, shows how political gossip hurts us all. Here's an excerpt As anyone alive during the 1980s knew, Gary Hart, the first serious presidential contender of the 1960s generation,
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ALWAYS PARTY SMARTLY
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Erin Gloria Ryan is rightfully appalled by the sexual assaults taking place on and off college campuses in the United States ("How Not to Fix the Campus Rape Crisis," October). Unfor- tunately, she fails to offer any solutions. Worse, playboy tells
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AGING GRACEFULLY
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Last year I broke my collarbone when I pushed myself past my limits while playing Ultimate Frisbee. I was trying to prove to myself that what I'd written in Reader Response about being past my prime was not true. But I'm not staying on the couch. Af
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WE WANT TO BELIEVE
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The reason "We Can't Handle the Truth," as the headline of Luke O'Neil's October article puts it, can be summed up in two words: Richie Ashburn. That's right, the former Phillies outfielder turned broadcaster is responsible for that unfortunately po
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Blackheart
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Playboy Interview
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David Sheff
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Stauer
Stauer
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How Low T Became the Disease Du Jour
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TYLER GRAHAM
IT UP. That's the slogan of AndroGel, jsterone gel that treats a condition T. If you've just woken up from a id yourself in a hospital bed, flipping new abundance of ESPNs—ESPN2, NU et al.—you're forgiven for won-erican men are suffering an epi­demi
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Bob, but Trevor and I have no clue where your new girlfriend went after we sang 'Auld Lang Syne.'"
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AU NATURAL
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™*. ~ YMATES DITCH THE GLAMOUR OF THE CITY AND POSH PHOTO SETS FOR THE GREAT OUTDOORS IN THIS PREVIEW OF CALIFORNIA DREAMIN', A PLAYBOY SPECIAL COLLECTOR'S EDITION BY FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER TERRY RICHARDSON, ON SALE FEBRUARY 17
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ERIC RASKIN
<p>FEW EXPECTED RUSTER DOUGLAS TO SURVIVE ONE ROUND WITH MIKE TYSON. NO ONE EXPECTED HIM TO WIN. THE INSIDE STORY OF THE UPSET OF THE CENTURY, IN HONOR OF THE FIGHT'S 25TH ANNIVERSARY nly in a sport like boxing and with an athlete like Mike Tyson could</p>
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that for a Super Bowl halftime show?"
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Brittny Ward, Miss January, 2015
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<p>Brittny Ward is a Gemini in the truest sense—and aren't we lucky for that. A northern California-raised model, our Miss January grew up spiking volleyballs and rocking out to Janis, the Stones and Zeppe-1 lin with her California Highway Patrol offi</p>
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PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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A man rushed into his son's room. "If you keep masturbating you're going to go blind!" he warned. His son said, "Dad, I'm over here." Twitter is like a woman's skirt: Tweets are long enough to cover the subject but short enough to keep it interestin
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Theft & Other Issues
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T.C. Boyle
After his car is stolen, James realizes more is missing than he thought THE DOG The dog was old, arthritic and fat, and she belonged to my live-in girlfriend, Leah, who'd had her for eight years before we met. The dog's name was Bidderbells (don't a
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. .they got fairies here!"
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THE RENEGADES PLAYBOY HALL OF FAME 2015
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DR.DRE he $3 Billion Man Three decades before Apple bid $3 billion for his company Beats Electronics. Dr. Dre (ne Andre Young) was already chang­ing the way we lis­ten to music. As a high school drop­out, the founding member of N.W.A built a career
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go out without my pussycats."
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2015 Cars of the Year
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WILLIAM K. GOCK
FROM NEW YORK TO L.A., MARRAKECH TO PUGLIA, WE RACKED UP MILES-AND TICKETS-IN THE NAME OF CROWNING THE YEAR'S BEST AUTOMOBILES ■ si:i&gt;a\s &amp; coupes Mercedes-Benz I S63 AMG 4MATIC COUPE MIOO.OOO Normally two separate categories, this division i
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Kayslee Collins, Miss February, 2015
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<p>Accomplished actress, model and up-and-coming musician, Miss February channels Marilyn and Anna Nicole in this captivating glimpse of the luxe life 1 blonde-haired, blue-eyed blur of busy, Kayslee Collins just can't stop the beat. "I'm a workaholic,</p>
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time, remember to start taking the pills a day before the full moon and we'll soon have your problem under control."
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HOSTILEMAN
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Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist and former playboy contributor Jules Feiffer's first noir graphic novel, Kill My Mother, draws inspiration from the Hostileman character created for and featured in these pages from 1964 to 1969. In honor of Feiffer
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who you sleep with on the way to the top. You may have to sleep with them again on the way down."
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SNOW PATROL
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THE MOUNTAINTOP JUST GOT A WHOLE LOT HOTTER. JOIN PLAYMATE AND SKI BUNtiy AUDREY ALEEN ALLEN ON THE SLOPES FORA PLUSJKJR TIPS TOR ACHIEVING PEAK' PERFORMANCE ' THIS SKIS WINTERWEEDLAND Droves of dazed 420- seeking tourists will descend on the Colora
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not the money for me.... I do it for the exposure!"
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Nick Kroll
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right, dear.. .to err is human. Shove over and let me err a little!"
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THE YEAR IN SEX
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NORA O'DONNELL
OUR PICKS FOR THE HOTTEST HEAD­LINES AND SPICIEST MOMENTS *tTtSNOTA SCANPAL. ITtS A SEX CRIME. Tf/E LAW NEE PS TO BE CMANGEP, ANP WE NEEP TO CHANGE." Jennifer Lawrence, responding to the acking and leaking of her personal nude photos ROCK HARD SMOKI
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Wishes
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PLAYMATE REVIEW
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WILL BB CROWNED AFTER A SEASON of ubiquitous campaign attack ads, isn't it comforting to know there's a fun election you can look forward to every year? Herewith, we present our annual Playmate of the Year campaign literature. Read up on the candida
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Dempseys Delights
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"Just what kind of a girl do you think I am—a contortionist?!" "Come on now, Cynthia, that isn't fair." "Who the hell did you think was straightening the kids' teeth for free—the tooth fairy?" "Goldang it, deputy, I asked you to round me up a little
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alone again
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WHEN THE BROTHERS BEHIND GUESS NEEDED THE PERFECT FACE FOR THEIR UPSCALE MARCIANO FASHION LINE. THEY Tl R.NEI) TO 1 VCIIEL MOKTENSOY AS ITTLR.NS OUT, MARCIANO PLLS MORTE.NSON EQUALS MAGIC
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MEATY Myths
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LIBIDO-MAX
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married, but I'm not a fanatic about it!"
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CIGARS INTERNATIONAL
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you to stop off on the way home and pick up some slinky lingerie?"
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know whether to listen to my personal trainer or my personal nutritionist. One wants me to leave my husband for him, the other just wants to have an affair."
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Sinclair Institute
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Dirty Duck
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Bob London
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two must be on your second date, huh, Gloria ? You told me you'd never blow me on our first date!"
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of us likes coffee."
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because I faked too many orgasms."
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the ad was for a different type of beaver."
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began with a security pat-down at the airport."
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HARBOR FREIGHT
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insisted on the small print."
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PLAYMATE NEWS
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SCHUSS DAZZLING ACCESSORY TO A SLOPE NEAR YOU ope Dworaczyk, 2010 Playmate of the Year, wants to look glamor­ous wherever she goes—even the ski slopes. "My fiance, Robert, told me I shouldn't ski in my cute fur hats, and he insisted I wear a hel­met
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panties
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INDIANA JEANS-IF YOU THINK ARCHAEOLOGISTS ARE ALL STUFFY ACADEMICS DIGGING FOR ANCIENT URNS, CON­SIDER BRIT EATON. HIRED BY AMERICA'S TOP DESIGNERS, EATON EXCAVATES GHOST TOWNS FOR VINTAGE JEANS LOST IN ABANDONED BARNS, MINE SHAFTS AND TRAIN DEPOTS.
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THE DANBURY MINT
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