May 2008

Table of Contents

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    Interview |

    Playboy Interview: Fareed Zakaria

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    Interview |

    Fareed Zakaria David Sheff

    A candid conversation with one of the smartest foreign-policy minds in the U.S. about the cost of Iraq, the upcoming election and the future of America

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    Feature |

    The Last Days Of Chris Farley Tom Farley Jr And Tanner Colby

    Fueled by drugs and insecurity, a relentless performer found the demands of success impossible to juggle

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    Pictorial |

    Strip Poker Arny Fretag

    Jennifer "Jennicide" Leigh is the hottest player at the table

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    Feature |

    The Best Seat In The House Steve Morgenstern

    The theatre in your home offers quality, choice and convenience. Better yet, it's clothing-optional. Here's to staying in tonight

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    20Q |

    Bob Saget Eric Spitznagel

    Want to discover your inner filthmonger? The host of 1 vs. 100 is happy to share stories and jokes so dirty he ends up shocking himself-and that's not easy

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    Fiction |

    In Old Moab Ron Carlson

    A desert roadhouse can be a little bit of Heaven in a world of Hell

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    Pictorial |

    Playmate: Aj Alexander Arny Fretag

    All-American AJ Indiana's speed-loving Miss May knows how to go slow

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    Feature |

    Playboy's 2008 Baseball Preview: A New Era Tracy Ringolsby

    It's time to stop worrying about Congressional hearings and Perjury charges. Baseball today has an amazing amount of great young talent

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    Feature |

    The Men Who Hate Hillary Laura Kipnis

    No woman in American politics has been more vilified than Senator Clinton. A look at her recent biographers reveals why she's the object of such scrutiny, scorn and scandal

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    Pictorial |

    The Women Of Putin's Russia

    We may not like the politics, but we love the women