Some of these are collector items
Try to finding the issue with Claudia Christian. I wish you luck. The nerds have stolen it from the local library even if it was there in the first place.
Iconic lads' mag Playboy is suing oddball internet culture website Boing Boing for linking to an Imgur archive featuring scans of centrefold models from over the years – a move described by the US Electronic Frontier Foundation as "frankly mystifying". Playboy Entertainment Group filed suit against the business behind Boing …
Well, if I recall correctly Playboy also once opted to stop using nude models in order to "get with the modern times". Read that in the news and I don't know if this was a global decision or only from the local brand in my country, but yeah: probably needless to say that it didn't go well and a few months later I read that it had been reversed. Gee, I wonder why? ;)
But about those interviews... Seriously though. they have printed some really good articles and interesting interviews over the years (those I'm aware off). When I was a kid I bought a few Playboys myself (2 years worth in total, still have some of those) and I recall one of the issues even containing an interview with Khadaffi. That's something you don't get to read everyday. Heck, the (Dutch) May issue from 1990 even has an interview with Donald Trump, something which recently became a lot more interesting (the only reason I recall that is because I looked this up not too long ago).
Of course I'm not trying to claim that the interviews were the main reason I bought those of course :)
In the UK in the Nineties all the rag media decided to drop the naked female form.
It only took them a few weeks to realise their profits were down. So, they started by having male models. Just to prove they weren't sexist.
The following month it was back to square one and the female models could breath a sigh of relief and get back to paying off their mortgages...
Sir! You can search for ISBN 1452161038 if you prefer to look slightly more innocent.
Until you actually find the book, then your URL history will be mildly tainted. OK, that is "mild" compared to some of the sordid stuff that I allegedly look for...
Unfortunately my favourite purveyor of books (abebooks) seems to be throwing odd web site errors just now. Probably knows my disgusting intentions...
Having no search history looks suspicious.
Since my Nigerian uncle gave up being a prince he now sells themed search histories that you can import to your browser: Trainspotting, gardening and weather themes are selling well currently.
His dark web portal sells some filthy ones. Great if someone at work annoys you - upload one to their laptop and tell HR how depraved they are.
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