2006 Playboys

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Contents - Features - 2006: A Myspace Odyssey (Parents fear it, at least one college has considered banning it, and Rupert Murdoch likes it so much he paid $580 million for it. More than 64 million members hook up, make friends and gawk at sexy profiles on MySpace.com, but others call this virtual playground a time-wasting cyberdumpster. Our man hunts for identity and a few meaningful "adds" deep inside this controversial community); Fairway To Heaven (He's a seasoned golf pro and an accomplished writer, with one of the sharpest minds in the game. We ask the experienced CBS commentator to pick the world's 20 most extraordinary golf destinations - from Ireland to New Zealand - in an effort to turn you green with envy); Rosebud (It was only a matter of time before the cosmetic-surgery industry turned its talent to the female sexual organ. The list of procedures available to women today includes lifts, snips, G-spot collagen injections and even hymenoplasty, a surgery that transforms the most active women into veritable virgins. Our intrepid female reporter takes a closer look at the quest to create the perfect pussy); The Wit And Wisdom Of John Kruk (Whether he's debating strategy on ESPN's Baseball Tonight or inadvertently keeping David Letterman's audience in stitches, everybody loves Krukker - rants and all. The former Phillie talks without a filter, so his deadpan stories about personal hurdles and the state of the game are always hits) Fiction - Proactive Keller (A professional hit man, Keller breaks protocol by offering his services to a hapless guy sitting next to him on a plane who would like to ice his business partner. In the business of killing, however, sometimes the hunter gets captured by the game) The Playboy Forum - Don't Spy On Me (A member of the 9/11 Commission spells out why we should be seriously concerned that the Department of Defense is gathering vast amouonts of information on American citizens) 20Q - Jason Lee (On NBC's hilarious My Name Is Earl, Lee plays a former petty criminal who discovers karma. Now the skateboarder turned actor rates other celebrities' mustaches, defends naming his son Pilot Inspektor and speaks frankly about his fascination with Burt Reynolds) Interview - Shepard Smith (Having covered inaugurations, executions, wars and national disasters for Fox News Channel, Smith has emerged as one of the most influential anchormen in the post-Jennings, Brokaw and Rather era. The irreverent newscaster who helped make Fox Report the number one cable news program in its time slot gets candid about why verbs are optional, the Hurricane Katrina wake-up call and the infamous time he blurted out "blow job" on live TV) Pictorials - The Women Of MySpace (Here are hands down (and clothes off) the nine sexiest girls in the hottest neighborhood in cyberspace); Playmate: Stephanie Larimore (Midwestern beauty Miss June outsweet cotton candy as she frolics at a small-town carnival); PMOY: Kara Monaco (Striking a blow for Miss Junes everywhere, Kara becomes the first of her month to win Playmate of the Year) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (E! renews The Girls Next Door; Playboy opens a concept boutique in Hong Kong); Super Bowl Super Bash (Playboy revved up the Motor City with a Super Bowl party full of Bunnies, as well as celebrities such as Kanya West, Usher, Josh Lucas and Jaime Pressly); Playmate News (Forget Warren Buffett and Jim Cramer: Stock-picking Centerfolds are taking over Wall Street. Miss February 1986 Julie McCullough wants to tickle your funny bone) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Polo Country (Brioni unveils a new polo-inspired line of shirts and jackets); Solar Flair (Sporty shades that look hip and block UV rays); Metal Bands (These steel watches will rock your wrist) Reviews - Movies (New and familiar mutants clash in X-Men: The Last Stand; cracking The Da Vinci Code is an unholy mess for Tom Hanks); DVDs (Six new-to-DVD titles from iconic director John Ford; Ashley shows off her Judds in Norma Jean And Marilyn); Music (Gotan Project keeps it chill on its sophomore album; recycled reggae riddims are going to get you on two new compilations); Games (A streetball showdown between NBA Ballers and AND 1; Hitman makes a bald and bloody return); Books (Donald Antrim's down-to-earth memoir; hoops maven and man of letters Will Blythe picks his favorite sporting books)