Playboy Magazine, August 2007

Aug. 5, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, August 2007

The August 2007 issue of Playboy Magazine offers insightful articles, exclusive interviews, and engaging pictorials, capturing the essence of contemporary culture and politics.

"Building the Perfect President" by Jeff Greenfield looks into the possibility of a perfect president, with an in-depth examination of the virtues required for a perfect candidate amidst the 2008 elections.

In "No Fare No Well," Southern Gothic literature veteran Barry Hannah offers an introspective account of his relationship with Tuscaloosa, Alabama, a place that has been both his sanctuary and tormentor.

"Entertaining the Future" by Scott Alexander propels readers into the future of entertainment, outlining an era where your entire entertainment world can fit into your pocket and respond to your every command.

"The Greasecar War" by Seamus McGraw brings to light an unconventional energy source - used fry grease. The author embarks on a journey into the green frontier, challenging legal norms and exploring renewable energy possibilities.

The Playboy Forum features "Virtual People Power" by Tim Wu, which narrates the fight against the proposed Internet tolls by BellSouth and other large companies, a clear violation of the Internet's founding principle of non-discrimination.

The Playboy Interview brings forward the fast-talking Hollywood star Chris Tucker, who discusses his African activism adventures, while Paul Rudd reflects on his diverse career in a candid conversation.

Pictorials in this issue feature the Satterfield triplets, Playmate Tamara Sky, and screen siren Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, each offering a unique perspective on beauty and allure.

This issue, like all Playboy Magazine issues, is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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