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FAST AND FURIOUS -FROM THE HEART OF HAVANA J"*"'' Resurrection FROM ANGOLA PRISON TO I; THE STREETS OF ■ FERGUSON. EVEL KNIEVEL i Has Unfinished Business PLUS ,\ THE DENIM HUNTE.R « THE INSIDER'S GUIDE TO TOKYO iTHEARTOFTHEBROHUG . &RING STYLE T
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PLAYBILL
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K eep your friends close (which reminds us: Thanks for subscrib­ing). You might not want to keep your enemies closer if they're anything like Hillar Moore, the Louisiana DA whom Southern rap legend Lil Boosie calls a "racist ass" for putting him on
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CONTENTS FEATURES THE RESURRECTION OF LIL BOOSIE If five years on death row doesn't kill a man's spirit, what will? ETHAN BROWN reports on how rapper Lil Boosie beat a false murder charge to become an icon in Ferguson and beyond. ENGINE TROUBLE WILL
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PLAYBOY
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES NEW YEAR'S EVE AT THE MANSION To close out an extraordi­nary anniversary year that kicked off with Kate Moss helping us celebrate six decades, Hef and Cooper invited a few of their clos­est friends
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MISSION FAIL?
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I am the co-manager of the ISEE-3 project, and I am disappointed in the way Pat Jordan describes it in his De­cember article, Mission Out of Control. Jordan simply does not understand what we were doing. It seems his ad­mitted lack of understanding
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HAUSFELD VS. NCAA
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In The Toughest Lawyer in America Is on Your Side (December), writer Neal Gabler reports that lawyer Michael Hausfeld won a court case in which he argued that the NCAA is "a cartel that denied current and former student ath­letes the rights to their
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50 SHADES OF MEH
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Concerning an item in Raw Data (January/February), were the women who reported having stronger sexual desires after reading Fifty Shades of Grey living in a nursing home? I read the first book after overhearing a couple of female co-workers cackling
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THE AGE OF LEBRON
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Kevin Cook suggests the best era of basketball has passed us by, but that's a load of nostalgic hooey (That '90s Show, December). If Twitter, TMZ and Gawker had existed back then, would Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson have fared as well in the publ
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Rise of the Phoenix
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Men today are under an enormous amount of pressure from conflicting angles. We are constantly barraged with guides on how to be strong yet sensitive, successful yet grounded. Joaquin Phoenix (Playboy Interview, December) handles these pressures perf
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REVENGE OF THE NERDS
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Joel Stein needs to cut nerds some slack ("When Nerds Go Bad," Men, December). They're no worse than any other oppressed group when they suddenly find themselves empowered. I learned this hard lesson in human nature back in the 1990s when I was the
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MONTANA PRIDE
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This has to be the first Playboy Inter­view (November) of a fellow Montana native. Thank you for Jeff Greenfield's interview with former governor Brian Schweitzer. Like him or hate him, any­body who vetoes stupid Republican bills is okay in my book.
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CAKE BOSS
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"There is a method to our fatness," says Hilary Winston at the end of her Women column (" 'Let Me Eat Cake,' " December). She talks about dieting for the sake of bingeing during the holi­days and getting angry at her boyfriend (rightfully so) for su
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CHILDHOOD CONFUSION
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When I realized that the Shel Silver-stein featured in December's Playboy Classic is the same guy who wrote the children's books I grew up with, I had the same kind of momentary confusion I had when I heard my mom cuss for the first time. Harold Coo
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MEMORIES OF HUNTER
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As a fellow journalist, I idolize Hunter S. Thompson. Your Surviving Hunter S. Thompson (July/August) article was great. Sadly he took suicide as his route, but Craig Vetter's relation with Thomp­son sounded crazy yet humorous. I give props to Vette
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ALL ABOUT THAT BASS
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November's Raw Data cites research­ers' findings that listening to music with a heavy bass line can increase a person's sense of power. I can personally attest to this phenomenon. Every time I have been on the way to a job interview over the past tw
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ALL-TIME FAVORITE
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Even at my age, wow! I have been reading playboy for 60 years, and I must say that Miss December Elizabeth Ostrander is one of the most beauti­ful women ever to titivate your pages. Kudos to photographer Josh Ryan for his excellent work. G.L. Zook C
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Christian Serratos
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» Tit NOT THE kind of girl who goes hiking on a first date," says actress Christian "Serratos. Can you blame her? As Rosita, a sexy and strong-willed zombie slayer on The Walking Dead, Christian traverses enough rough terrain in her day job. A vegan
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THE GREAT CAR BREAKDOWN
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Matt McCue
MEN ARE SUPPOSED TO LOVE EXPENSIVE SPORTS CARS. SO WHY DON'T THEY WANT THEM ANYMORE? ark Zuckerberg, a man worth $33 billion, drives a Volkswagen GTI hatchback with a price tag ofabout $30,000. The 30-year- old is no tightwad—he dropped $100 million
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BUZZ KILLER
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—> Time to rethink lighting up a joint next time you're in a hotel room or Airbnb rental. A new sensor developed by a Dartmouth College chem­istry professor can detect both cigarette and mari­juana smoke that previous smoke detec­tors would have
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PSYCHEDELIA'S SOFTER SIDE
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Rachel Rabbit White
A CROP OF YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHERS RUNS EROTIC ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH AN ACID WASH Shae DeTar New York, New York -» "Music inspires my painting and the colors I use," says Shae DeTar. Her ritual is to listen to her favorite sounds while hand paintin
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KUMAIL NANJIANI
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Nora O'Donnell
THE COMEDlAN*AND SILICON VALLEY STA"R TALKS fEOi ■ THE IMPENDING ROBOT APOCALYPCC" ' • Unless you've been living under a pile of unreturned Netflix DVDs for the past three years, chances are you've come across Kumail Nanjiani—perhaps as the scene-st
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SNAKE RIVER REDUX
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Leah Sottile
EVERYONE REMEMBERS EVEL KNIEVEL'S FLOPPED ROCKET RIDE. FOR ONE MAN, THOUGH, IT HAS DEFINED HIS LIFE T win Falls, Idaho is a God­fearing town, a place framed by long drags of strip malls, fast-food joints and tire centers, where semitrailers stacked
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RAISING THE STEAKS
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WITH CHEFS TAKING STEAK TARTARE TO NEW TERRITORY, IT'S TIME TO REBOOT THE BEEF J ust because steak tartare is having a renaissance in res­taurants doesn't mean it's out of reach for home cooks. The country-club classic is infinitely interpretable an
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NIGHT AND DAY
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THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COLOGNES IS THAT YOU ACTUALLY NEED TWO K nowing how to dress for the occa­sion is essential—and wearing the right cologne is no exception, especially in spring, when longer days and warmer nights revive social ca
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MARK NASON
MARK NASON
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CUBISM
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ICE IS THE FOUNDATION OF A GREAT COCKTAIL. HERE'S HOW TO FREEZE WITH EASE f you're serious about mak­ing a perfect drink, don't blow it with the ice. Bagged ice melts too fast, watering down a cocktail before you can finish it. Ice that has been sit
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TUNE IN TOKYO
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Mickey Rapkin
THE WORLD CAPITAL OF SPECTACLE IS THE ULTIMATE ESCAPE • Let's be real: There hasn't been a lot of good news lately. But there's noth­ing like a trip to Tokyo, the ultimate escapist metropolis, to clear the mind. When you're craving ossu (transla­tio
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DESIGNED FOR A COMEBACK
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William K. Gock
THE MUSCULAR RC F SUPER COUPE LURES US BACK TO LEXUS 2015 Lexus RC F Engine: Five-liter V8 Horsepower: 467 Torque: 389 ft.-lb. Zero to 60:4.4 seconds MPG: 16 city, 25 hwy. Price: $63,325 base • Lexus, the once dominant Japanese luxury offshoot of To
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TRUE BLUE
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THE BEST SPRING GEAR COMES IN LIVING COLOR PIECE BY PIECE: YOUR NEXT CELL PHONE The future of cell phones is being built one piece a^^ Advanced Technology and Projects divisioni^^^^^^^^ cell phone that will allow users to uDflMd^^Bffflems^Rffas the
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IN THE HEART OF THE SEA
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Stephen Rebello
• Based on a real-life 19th century sea adven­ture in which a giant whale struck and sank the Nantucket whal­ing ship Essex, In the Heart of the Sea stars Chris Hemsworth, Ben Whishaw, Cillian Murphy, Benjamin Walker and Tom Hol­land as sailors stra
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TEASE FRAME
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Christine Bently -» From Shark Night 3D to Ghost of Goodnight Lane (pictured), actress Christine Bently has a tendency to get wet and wild on-screen. Next, she's sure to get a good soaking along with Adam Scott and the guys in the time-travel comedy
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GAME OF THRONES: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON
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Stacie Hougland
• By now if s clear that any character on HBO's Game of Thrones, no matter how important, can get the ax (we're look­ing at you, Red Wedding). It stands to reason then that the tagline Valar mor-ghulis ("All men must die") perfectly describes season
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DAVID CRONENBERG
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S. R.
Could Maps to the Stars be the influential director's final film? Q: Maps to the Stars, with Julianne Moore, John Cusack and Robert Pattinson, presents Holly­wood as a creepy land infested with egomaniacal mon­sters. What made you want to direct Bru
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AMERICAN CRIME
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Josef Adalian
• ABC's latest Thursday night drama—from Oscar-winning 12 Yearn a Slave writer John Ridley—can't exactly be called entertaining. The grim story opens with a father (Timothy Hutton) identifying the brutalized body of his murdered son, a military vet
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TOO BAD TO DIE
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Cat Auer
• Before writing James Bond into existence, Ian Flem­ing was a desk-bound British intelligence officer in World War II.Inhis 1964 Playboy Intervieiv, he says he "couldn't possibly have had a more excit­ing or interesting war." But what if he'd been
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TRANS-FIXIATION
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Rob Tannenbaum
• Many people say the electric guitar, along with pay phones and Block­buster video stores, has been obliter­ated by better technologies. Oliver Ackermann, leader of the New York trio A Place to Bury Strangers, isn't ready to read the obituary. On t
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EVOLVE
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Jason Buhrmester
• It takes a village to kill a mega-monster. That's the concept behind Evolve (PC.PS4.XboxOne),a wild new multiplayer game that pits a squad of four players against a Godzilla-size beast controlled by another player. Build a team of hunters, from tr
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RAW DATA
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BOWFLEX
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BRO-HUG BUDDIES
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JOEL STEIN
WHY HAVE MEN EMBRACED THE EMBRACE? OUR WRITER MISSES THE HANDSHAKE I n 1994 my friend Ross picked me up from the airport and hugged me. I didn't know what to make of this. Was he gay? Did he have cancer? Did he think I was about to fall? Was he very
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EXES AND OOHS
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HILARY WINSTON
DEALING WITH A BOYFRIEND IS HARD ENOUGH. RUNNING INTO YOUR EX IS WORSE M y first instinct when I run into an ex-boyfriend is to hide. If there's an easy exit, a bathroom, a closet, an unlocked car—I'm gone. But no matter how crafty you are, sometime
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Newport
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PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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My husband and I have a great relationship. We're good friends and have had a healthy sex life. Lately, the friend thing is still going well, but not so much with the sex life. He wants something different but won't give me any insight into what exa
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YOU'RE NEVER GOING TO SPACE
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ALYSON SHEPPARD
Hollywood and bold new companies have made civilian space travel trendy. But don't be too quick to book your flight L et's be frank: Contempo­rary space travel is sexy. It's dangerous, alluring and domi­nated by dashing billionaires, from Tesla's El
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JURIS IMPRUDENCE
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Mark Joseph Stern is spot-on when he writes about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas's desire to see not only the states but also the federal govern­ment establish a national religion ("Clarence Thomas's Theocracy," December). What is even more s
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OF RISING IMPORTANCE
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"Surrendering to Global Warm­ing" (November) does your readers a service by drawing attention to sea-level rise—the most important issue that coastal communities will have to deal with in the immediate and not-so-immediate future. However, "Refugees
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THE FAILURE OF MERITOCRACY
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CHRIS LEHMANN
Elites think they've earned their spot at the top. If they only knew how wrong they are L ast year, former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke gave the commencement address at his alma mater, Princeton Univer­sity. Before his Ivied audience, he to
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BEYOND BIOLOGY?
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I beg to differ with Kaniksu Darwin (Reader Response, December), who says evolution explains biology alone and "is not meant to be applied to morals or ethics." Evolution is indeed the source of basic morality. Trust—for example, trust that one is s
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DRAGON DAYS
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Luke O'Neil's "We Can't Handle the Truth" (October) reminded me of columnist Bill Schneider's reflections from a few years ago. "When newspapers were first cir­culated in London in the 18th century, the impact was immedi- ate: Dragon sightings got f
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The RESURRECTION of LIL BOOSIE
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ETHAN BROWN
<p>IN LOUISIANA, HE'S A RAP LEGEND. IN FERGUSON, HIS LYRICS BECAME A BATTLE CRY. IF HE'D BEEN FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER, HE'D BE BEHIND BARS FOR LIFE t's a muggy October night in Louisiana, and the crowd at the 13,500-capacity Lafayette Cajundome is grow­</p>
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Engine Trouble
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WILLIAM WHEELER
handmade parts anddiesel engines transplantea from Soviet imports, half a century of world history and poli­tics coiled through the innards. e road from 1 ^^^ International Airpoi^^^Pffi through a landscape of lush g Ren and cinder-blotf gray, of pa
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STREET SMARTS 2015
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VINCENT BOUCHER
Text by PLAYBOY STAFF &amp; URBAN CASUAL IS BECOMING THE NEW COUTURE. HERE ARE 35 WAYS TO JOIN THE REFINED STREET-STYLE REVOLUTION L et us mourn the death of the man in the gray flannel suit. In a world where casual Fridays have taken over the entir
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The BULL You See The BULL You Don't
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Mark Jacobs
T he bull died. Alice had never really given the matter any thought. At Las Ventas bullring there was pageantry, and horns blared. She was able to recognize a kind of art in the ritual motion, the fancy foot­work, the strutting of courageous men. Th
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sleep together"? Not really. We were wide awake the whole time."
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Chelsie Aryn, Miss March, 2015
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<p>DRIVE OFF INTO THE DESERT SUNSET WITH MISS MARCH, AN INTERNET SENSATION FROM THE EAST WHOSE LEATHER-CLAD CURVES AND WILLFUL SPIRIT MAKE HER THE MOST WANTED GIRL THIS SIDE OF THE MISSISSIPPI C onsidering the unpredictable world we live in, it's nice</p>
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PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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After terrorist threats against the movie The Interview made headlines, we checked in with our buddy who lives in North Korea to see how he was doing. He responded, "I can't complain." Is it in?" asked the man. "Almost," answered the woman. "Does it
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son of a bitch, Henderson—and with my own secretary!"
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INTO THE BLUE
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MICKEY RAPKIN
When it comes to tracking down high-priced vintage denim, fashion can be a very dirty business. We hit the back roads of America with denim hunter Brit Eaton It's late on a Saturday night in April when I pull up to the East Wind Casino, the only pla
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a huge relief to know they're real, doctor!"
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Home Sweet Home
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Siegel, I'd say 'natural wonders' is a valid description."
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LIBIDO-MAX
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LIBERATOR
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things used to run the planet, once, but they blew it."
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generals got erections more easily, they wouldn't be so eager to go to war."
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Sinclair Institute
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here. Now what do you want?"
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MEATY Myths
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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BOWFLEX
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complaining—I'm just saying you seem to get more fun from you-time than you do from us-time."
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CIGARS INTERNATIONAL
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one hand, you have more than enough character references. But on the other hand, they're all hookers."
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of it as an investment."
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malpractice suits, the actual pelvic exam -will be performed by my colleague, Dr. Hand."
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PLAYMATE NEWS
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-* Every great horror movie needs a scantily clad damsel in distress, and who better to risk life and limb for than a Playmate? PMOY 2012 Jaclyn Swedberg makes her film debut running amok with monsters and madmen in the indie flick Muck, the first i
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HARBOR FREIGHT
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ALL ABOUT THAT BANKS-AZEALIA BANKS JUST RELEASED A GROUNDBREAKING DEBUT ALBUM. NOW THE BADASS RAPPER FROM HARLEM IS READY TO SHOW THE WORLD WHAT ELSE SHE'S GOT-LITERALLY-IN A FRISKY PLAYBOY PICTORIAL THAT'S SURE TO BREAK THE INTERNET. ROB TANNENBAUM
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