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Features Power to the People Get your motors running. James R. Petersen selects the bikes of the year. Fiction The Orphan Master's Son Jun Do labored with a band of orphans in North Korea until he got a special assignment - kidnapping Japanese talent. Adam Johnson takes you inside the strangest country in the world. Cover Story As is his habit, the Rabbit has chosen a perch that gives him an unobstructed view - in this case, of the Octagon, where UFC ring girl Brittney Palmer appears every five minutes to remind fans of the current round of battle. Our bunny is a lover, of course, so he stays above the fray. Gotta protect those million-dollar ears. Pictorials Red-Hot Rio Let's party - it's time for Carnival, and to celebrate we de-costumed some of the hottest women in Brazil. Columns Where Can I Get Some More? Jonathan Ames falls of the wagon with Richard Pryor. When Enough Is Enough Women can be particular about sex. Lisa Lampanelli talks compromise.
News & Notes The World of Playboy Hef is honored by the LA Press Club; Playmates invade Glamourcon; Leeann Tweeden energizes the troops; Cooper Hefner gives a tour of his childhood home. Plus: Playboy at Art Basel Miami. Hangin' with Hef James Caan, Jesse Jackson and Hef remember how Playboy changed the world; Paul Stanley of Kiss and Lita Ford at Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp; talking up LA writers; the Hefner family gives thanks. Playmate News Pam Anderson plays a virgin; betting on Anna Nicole; Bunnies 4 the Cure; Dalene Kurtis and her golden tan; remembering Cynthia Myers. Playboy Forum The Inequality Machine What is America good at? Through the process of elimination, David Rothkopf concludes we are particularly skilled at making sure some people are lifted up and others are held down. Managing Despair Liberals deserve more credit, argues Curtis White, for helping the rich and powerful stop worrying about social unrest and unstable markets so they can make loads of money. Reader Response Drones at the door; an economic genius; have the terrorists won? Newsfront Stripping for freedom in Cairo; the "indendiary" American flag; where to find work; coed locker rooms; sex ed in Iran; no more sex at Yale.

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