To Save Magazine, Playboy Turns to Seth Rogen
It's not news that neither Playboy magazine, nor the Enterprise generally, is doing so hot. The entire New York editorial office was moved to Chicago recently, and longtime chief executive Christie Hefner stepped down suddenly a few months ago. Don't worry though, Hugh is managing to have a fairly good time.
So what is Playboy magazine, that sexy relic, doing to save itself? They're putting chubby stoner Seth Rogen on the cover!
The Daily News reports today that "The goofy 'Knocked Up' star will front the famed men's mag's April issue," alongside "NBA star Jason Kidd's stunning girlfriend and baby mama Hope Dworaczyk."
Less than ten guys have graced the Playboy cover, it turns out, but it's a club that includes Steve Martin and Jerry Seinfeld. Peter Sellers was the first—in April 1964.
I guess we can stop worrying about print magazines now. But what's Playboy's next online play? Here's ex-CEO Christie Hefner.
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- America's two political tribes have consolidated into 'red' and 'blue' nations, with seemingly irreconcilable differences.
- Perhaps the best way to stop the infighting is to go for a divorce and give the two nations a country each
- Based on the UN's partition plan for Israel/Palestine, this proposal provides territorial contiguity and sea access to both 'red' and 'blue' America
We know the dangers of too little sleep. Now for the other side of the story.
- Western University researchers found that sleeping over eight hours per night results in cognitive decline.
- Oversleepers suffer similar difficulties on certain cognitive tests as those who sleep under seven hours.
- Not all the news is bad: One night of oversleeping results in a cognitive boost.
The ability to speak clearly, succinctly, and powerfully is easier than you think
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