Issue: 20150401

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DICK CHENEY A FIERY DISCUSSION WITH THE MOST POWERFUL VICE PRESIDENT IN HISTORY INSIDE THE DARK WORLD OF THE I SEX, LOVE & VIDEO GAMES FATHER JOHN MISTY THE NEW COUNTRY OUTLAWS 20Q: AUBREY PLAZA THE ART OF THE TRAMP STAMP BY ELLEN VON UNWERTH I
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moods of norway
moods of norway
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PLAYBILL
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T .S. Eliot's line "April is the cruelest month" is polite. April is bogus. Rain, gloom and taxes are what you get for surviving winter? Ban this month. That's why our annual Sex & Music issue blowout is stocked with stars, sensuality, crime sto
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moods of norway
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FE ■ WEB OF LIESl Anything goes and everyone's anonymous on the rW" ""»•■> h, do you police it? B;. THE NEW BAD BOYS OF COUNTRY MUSIC profiles country's new breed, who say and do what their daddies wouldn't. THE PEZ OUTLAW Steve Glew made $4 mill
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PLAYBOY
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HUGH M. HEFNER editor-in-chief JIMMY JELLINEK editorial director STEPHEN RANDALL deputy editor MAC LEWIS creative director JASON BUHRMESTER, HUGH GARVEY executive editors REBECCA H. BLACK photo director JARED EVANS managing editor EDITORIAL shane mi
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REVEAL Calvin Klein
REVEAL Calvin Klein
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES INTRODUCING THE PLAYBOY SESSIONS February marked the debut of the Playboy Sessions, an exciting new concert series showcasing some of today's most note­worthy musicians. Inspired by Playboy After Da
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SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
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Thank you for Tyler Graham's look at the low-testosterone "epidemic" (How Low T Became the Disease Du Jour, January/February). He lays out the facts in a straightforward way, including evidence for and against testosterone therapy. Now puvbov should
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THE YEAR COULD HAVE BEEN SEXIER
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How could you produce a Year in Sex feature (January/February) and fail to mention Korean pop idol Kim Hyuna? She has consistently been rated one of Asia's hottest artists, and several videos from her latest EP, A Talk, were banned in South Korea be
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SETTLING THE SCORE
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I was disappointed to read your ar­ticle about the 25th anniversary of the Mike Tyson-Buster Douglas fight (42 to 1, January/February). The writer, Eric Raskin, never discusses what I feel is the biggest fraud of the entire bout. Af­ter the fight, t
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The Perfect Forum
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I am a longtime fan of Dan Savage (Playboy Interview, January/February). Although I appreciated his voice, advice and political stands, I had ulti­mately tired of him a bit. However, your interview gives Savage the time and space to comment on his w
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ART IN THE ORDINARY
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Capturing the nuances of everyday human experience has always been a muse for creators of art. I believe it's most interesting when an artist finds a way to reveal something beautiful within the mundane. Artist Erin M. Riley seems to have done just
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THE GOLDEN AGE OF HOOPS
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In That '90s Show (December) Kevin Cook writes about "the first Air Jordan retros on your feet." In the 1990s these would not be retro. Nike began calling the Jordans "retro" years later, when the company rereleased them. In the time frame of this a
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CONFECTION AFFECTION
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Hilary Winston (Women, Decem­ber) could not be more right: Let us eat cake! Every woman does it. The four weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas are the darkest, coldest time of the year. They're also the end of the year, and let's be honest, ever
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GOOD EGG
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I have been guilty of immediately despising anyone who told me they were a lawyer. I would instantly write them off as a selfish snake, no matter how pleasant they seemed. But after reading Neal Gabler's profile of Michael Haus-feld {The Toughest La
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EVERYONE'S A WINNER
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From gorgeous beach bunny Dani Mathers to short-haired beauty Britt linn, the Playmates of 2014 are a sight to behold (Playmate Review, January/February). I can't decide which one will get my vote for Playmate of the Year. How does Hef do it? Andrew
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NOT READING IT FOR THE ARTICLES
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Holy moly! As a loyal subscriber, I was induced by your January/February cover to actually forgo the articles and head straight to page 144 for the Rachel Mortenson pictorial (Alone Again). She epitomizes the essence of what playboy is all about. Br
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TWO NEW CUSTOMERS
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Refinement dished out in a different package sounds good to me (Straight Outta Comptoir, December). The Ghetto Gastro three-man culinary collective looks to be challenging the snobbi-ness that often comes with elitist food events. After being flown
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WeatherTech
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blu CIGS
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Zella Day
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► "YOU CAN ALMOST hear the sex in my music," says songstress Zella Day. "Love is my favorite thing to talk about. I've always had an intense sexual energy." Born in the Arizona mountains and lamed after a mine ;ner's wife, Zella is ;pired by nature
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MASS SEXODUS
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Max Plenke
WRAPPED UP IN LEGISLATION, THE PORN INDUSTRY IS LEAVING CALIFORNIA FOR THE REAL SIN CITY here's a battle brewing over big-screen sex. The heat began with 2012's Mea­sure B, a law that criminalizes por­nography filmed without the use of a condom in L
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APOCALYPSE NOW-ISH
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Leah Sottile
THIS IS THE END. AT LEAST WE HOPE SO • Bill Young realized a long time ago that the path to the end of the world is one he walks alone. Back when he told his friends about Y2K, his reserves of dried food and the slice of Montana land where he planne
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SEX, LOVE AND VIDEO GAMES
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Jessica Ogilvie
ARE AMERICAN WOMEN READY FOR THE WEIRD WORLD OF JAPANESE ROMANCE GAMES? • The game begins with a princess-cut diamond engagement ring rotat­ing in hypnotic circles. A bouquet of white flowers hovers coquettishly to the right. With its soft pink glow
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GOT MILK PUNCH?
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DAIRY AND BOOZE PAIR PERFECTLY IN THE COOLEST DAY DRINK (NO, IT'S NOT A WHITE RUSSIAN) • Ever since man could milk a cow and run a pot still, he has likely been spik­ing his cereal with something strong. The latest version of boozy dairy drinks is m
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BONE THUGS
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A BRIEF HISTORY OF BONE BROTH'S MILLENNIA-LONG ROAD TO BECOMING THE HOT NEW THING IN FOOD • The cleverest Neander­thals figure out that boil­ing animal bones extracts the dietary fat crucial to the survival of the nascent human race. • Pho noodle so
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MORTAL KOMBAT X
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SPACE TIME
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Vincent Boucher
THE TOP THREE HIGH-END WATCHES FOR STYLISH CIVILIAN SPACE EXPLORERS ith space tourism firmly in sight, it's no wonder the coolest new wrist- watches take their styling schemes and tech specs from the idea of journeys to galaxies far, far away. This
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HOW SWEDE IT IS
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Jeralyn Gerba
IN STOCKHOLM, THE RITES OF SPRING INCLUDE GALLERY-HOPPING AND WATERFRONT DAY-DRINKING. WELCOME TO THE SCANDINAVIAN GOOD LIFE • Come spring, when the darkness of the Swedish winter recedes, the good people of Stockholm are more than ready to live it
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GRIZZLY LONG CUT
GRIZZLY LONG CUT
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FROM BRITAIN WITH LOVE
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William K. Gock
SIXTY YEARS IN THE MAKING, ASTON MARTIN'S VANQUISH IS AN UNDISPUTED MODERN CLASSIC • The most iconic car in Aston Martin history was born not in a James Bond laboratory but in the sleepy town of Newport Pagnell (population 15,000). Aston Martin intr
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OUT OF THIS WORLD
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WHAT CAN AN AUTOMAKER LEARN FROM NASA? -» The auto indus­try has seen some strange bedfellows but perhaps none more alien than the latest venture between Nissan and NASA. The two outfits recently announced plans to work together to deploy autonomous
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MINI
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MIND GAMES
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Katherine Brodsky
A NEW BATCH OF APPS CLAIM TO MAKE YOU SMARTER, BUT ARE THEY TRAINING OR DRAINING YOUR BRAINPOWER? • Forget biceps— brains are the muscle to train these days. The basis for exercis­ing your mind comes from the concept of plasticity, mean­ing the brai
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GOVMINT
GOVMINT
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FURIOUS 7
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Stephen Rebello
• The thirst for vengeance sparks a rescue mission, spectacular stunts and an emotional punch in Furious 7, the latest muscle-car action flick in the Fast and Furious franchise. The movie is the fifth in the series written by Chris Morgan but marks
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TEASE FRAME
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Melissa Benoist -* We sing the praises of Glee actress Melissa Benoist for baring all on Showtime's Homeland (pictured). See her next as Marcia in the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation, The Longest Ride. opposite Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood.
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UNBROKEN
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Bryan Reesman
• Angelina Jolie's ambitious period piece pits Olympic athlete turned World Wai- II bombardier Louis Zamperini (Jack O'Connell) against cruel fate as he copes with being a castaway and then a POW in Japan suffering under Sergeant Mutsuhiro "the Bird
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CHILD 44
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S.R.
Joel Kinnaman gets sociopathic in the movie of Tom Rob Smith's novel Q: You've acted in Safe House and the RoboCop remake, but most U.S. audiences know you best for four seasons on The Killing. How should fans prepare for you in Child 447 A: We took
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BLOODLINE
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Josef Adalian
• Before a single frame was shot, the presence of Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights) guaranteed Netflix's new family drama would be worth watch­ing for at least a few episodes. But Chandler (left) isn't the only reason to binge-watch Bloodline. Cre
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EAT, PRAY, THUG
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Rob Tannenbaum
• Is this rap's first PTSD album? In 2012, on two clever and hilarious mix-tapes, Heems described the multicultural sprawl he lived among in Queens, New York and his own conflicted life as the child of South Asian immigrants who wanted him to be a d
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AMERICAN WARLORD
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Cat Auer
1 Journalist Johnny Dwyer's deeply researched nonfiction work tells the twisted tale of Chucky Taylor, bom in Boston in 1977 to an American mother and Charles Taylor— who abandoned his son to beat a long, gory path to the Libe-rian presidency. In th
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PROJECT CARS
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Jason Buhrmester
• Most racing games start off in the slow lane, forcing you to hit the track in a pokey hatch­back to earn vehicles you actually want to drive. Not Project CARS (PC,PS4,Xbox0ne), which arrives with a garage overloaded with rides, from GT racers and
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RAW DATA
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DANIEL STEIGER
DANIEL STEIGER
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TEARDROPS AND TRAMP STAMPS
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JOEL STEIN
REMEMBER WHEN TATTOOS WERE MANLY? HOW DID WOMEN TAKE OVER OUR INK? A dmittedly, the reason I don't have tattoos is fear. Not just of pain and regret but also of having to admit to strangers that I've never actu­ally heard a Molly Hatchet song and ju
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BIG BABIES
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HILARY WINSTON
MEN ARE MADE OF STEEL. THEY'RE STRONG AND BRAVE, EXCEPT FOR ONE THING I once worked for a boss with whom I had a really up-and-down rela­tionship. He'd make us stay at the office sometimes until six o'clock in the morning, and during one of those ma
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PLAYBOY
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PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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For our third date, I recently invited a woman to have drinks and dinner with me at a popular private social club. The day of our date, she texted me, "What should I wear?" I had difficulty answering this question for several reasons: One, a quick i
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CHEAP AND CRUDE
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ROBERT LEVINE
Oil prices are plummeting. Gas is a bargain. But we're about to find out there's no such thing as a free lunch S ometimes, the difference be­tween experts and everyone else is that experts get to be wrong on television. Not long ago we were headed f
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AMENDING AMENDMENTS
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Mark Joseph Stern accuses Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of being a revi­sionist ("Clarence Thomas's Theocracy," December), but the opposite is true. Thomas is cor­rect in noting that the text of the First Amendment does not prohibit states f
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WHO'S THE MAN?
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JEFF BERCOVICI
It's unclear who holds the power in American life I entered college in 1995, a year that marked high tide for the movement then known, for better or worse, as political correctness. My school, Cornell University, was the site of one of the 1960s' mo
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FLAG THROWN
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I think it is an absolute dis­grace that while their colleges and universities make millions, NCAA football players (and bas­ketball players too) have to use food stamps to feed their fam­ilies ("Makers Into Takers," December). Something ought to be
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BULL'S-EYE
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I did a double take when I saw the photo accompanying "Gangsters, Gangstas and Get­ting Ahead," the letter from David Giordano-Steece (Reader Response, December). The image is of an early Thompson subma­chine gun, but it appears to be the first left
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TIME FOR THE REGULATOR
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The maxim "People who do not earn enough to live on should earn more" (Reader Response, December) would work fine, except for the exacerbating factors of human greed and law­lessness. The Wall Street crash of 2008 remains a prime exam­ple of greedy
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MIND THE GAP
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The rich get plenty of govern­ment handouts—just read some of the crap in the tax code. All kinds of corporate welfare exist in this country (Reader Response, November). If the gap between the rich and the poor keeps wid­ening, we won't to have to w
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Newport NON-MENTHOL
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Dick Cheney
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WEB OF LIES
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JOSHUA HUNT
AN UNDERGROUND, ANONYMOUS INTERNET— THE DEEP WEB—IS A HAVEN FDR LAWLESSNESS. BUT NOTHING COULD SAVE ITS KINGPINS FROM THE PAINFUL CONSEQUENCES OF HUMAN ERROR _ At 3:15 p.m. on October 1, 2013, Ross Ulbricht's career as a drug kingpin came to an end
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'em, cowboy...!"
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BEHIND THE Music
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TAKE A BEAT WITH OUR RESIDENT POP STAR, MISS FEBRUARY 2015 KAYSLEE COLLINS, AS SHE STRIPS DOWN AND SIZZLES IN A THROWBACK TO THE HEYDAY OF MTV, ONE-HIT WONDERS AND MUSIC-VIDEO BABES STYLING BY ALEXANDRA MANDELKORN: MAKEUP BY SHYANN SWISHER: HAIR BY
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THE NEW BAD BOYS OF COUNTRY MUSIC
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JESSICA OGILVIE
PTJTTTWCr NASHVILLE'S tomp your boots!" yells Dirty River Boys singer Marco Gutierrez into his mike. "Stomp your boots on this hardwood floor!" His band is playing Gruene Hall, a 137-year-old honky-tonk in a thick, green, swampy town near the southe
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there's someone else. I'm a prostitute."
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WINDOWS
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ETGAR KERET
Tech support says she's only an upgrade designed to keep Mickey company until his memory returns. She can disappear just as suddenly as she appeared TRHn5LHTED BY 5QnDRH 51LLIER5TDn he man in the brown suit told him that it's okay if he doesn't reme
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no sense, Mr. Gerson. Why wouldn't you want to be rescued?"
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Playmate
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Alexandra Tyler, Miss April, 2015
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<p>*A RLGHTMLNDED FORMER CffiffittEADER WLTH THST HOW BADASS A GOOD GLRL^AAIB* T ■^ TLLROES OF ROCK AND ROLL! 1 LucKy^HR^mgandra Tyler's road to becoming 6u^rock-star Miss April v, \ much quicker—an3 she's here to stay. Raised in suburban Saarajnentoy</p>
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PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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FATHER JOHN MISTY (A.K.A. JOSH TILLMAN) IS INDEPENDENT MUSICS SINGER-SONGWRITER-TRICKSTER EXTRAORDINAIRE. HERE HE WEARS SPRING'S SHARPEST SUITS WITH FLAIR FOR SEVERAL YEARS and seven albums there existed J. Tilhnan, a solo singer-songwriter prone to
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TMtSi DAYS. DRINKING LIKE A ROCK STAR (OR RAPPER OR COUNTRY SINGER) MEANS MORE THAN CHUGGING STRAIGHT FROM THE BOTTLE. MUSIC MEETS MIXOLOGY IN OUR SPRING DRINKING GUIDE —&gt;■ When you think about musicians and their relationship with booze, you mig
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HIP-HOP'S LATEST SENSATION CHANNELS FRANCE'S ICONIC LE CHAT NOIR In the video for "212," the dazzling and lascivious song that rocketed her to fame and acclaim in 2011, Azealia Banks smiles joyfully while rat-a-tat-tatting compound lyrics about how
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make a move without my focus group."
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Johnson is in. Oops! Now he's out...okay, now he's in."
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no raise, Jackson. But we're assigning you to test our new product line this weekend."
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is the life—a beautiful day, an open road, the top down...."
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