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Playboy Interview: Chuck Palahniuk
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Chuck Palahniuk David Sheff
A candid conversation with one of America's most talented and shocking writers on his twisted mind, his strange childhood and watching his fans pass out
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A War Of Speed A.j. Baime
What began as a rivalry between two powerful industralists turned into a no-holds-barred battle for international speed supremacy. A look back at the Ford vs. Ferrari duel at Le Mans in the 1960s, automobile racing's golden age
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Women Of Wall Street Conor Hogan
Think of the next pages as a different kind of stimulus plan
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Paradise Lost John Bowe
A tropical island with more beautiful women than you can imagine-it sounds like Heaven, doesn't it?
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The Drinking Man's Guide To Cinema
In 1916 Charlie Chaplin stumbled home soused in the short film One A.M. and spent the next 30 minutes drunkenly trying to make it into his bed. Audiences loved it, and thus was drinking movie born. Here are the ones we watch when we're sipping our favorite libations.
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Playboy's 2009 Baseball Preview Tracy Ringolsby
Unless you play in the Bronx, the days of building a team with free agents are gone. Teams now have to rely on Homegrown talent-and keeping that talent is more important than ever
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Playmate: Crystal Mccahill Stephen Wayda And Barry Fontenot
It's Crystal clear For Miss May, the centerfold is a family affair
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Minotaur Jim Shepard
There's no greater rush than working for the military's Black Ops-the power, the secrecy, the casualties. As long as you don't think about it. As long as you don't think about it.
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Playboy's Top Party Schools
For more than 20 years playboy's list of top party schools has fueled debate on campuses across the country.
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High-Tech Hi-Fi Scott Alexander
We're not sure why most Ipod docks look like props from a Sci-Fi epic, but we're not complaining. Here are six to help pass the time on your next trip to the horsehead nebula
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Zachary Quinto David Rensin
The best villain on TV and the most logical guy in Star Trek discusses evil, Mister Rogers, Carl Jung, crossword puzzles and why he's called Rex at Starbucks
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Loving Lisa Deborah Anderson
An homage to Mrs. Robinson, starring Lisa Rinna
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