The February 2000 issue of Playboy Magazine brings a mix of political, entrepreneurial, and entertainment insights, coupled with the magazine's signature erotic imagery.
'Don't Cross John McCain' by Amy Silverman provides a thorough profile of the man who could be the Republican presidential candidate, detailing his temper, his enemies, and his potential future in politics.
In 'The Erotic Spirit', readers are presented with a collection of the best in sex and erotica from the German publisher Taschen. This selection of offbeat yet stirring photos is a must-see for any connoisseur of the erotic arts.
'Robert Schimmel's Money Shot' by Christopher Napolitano introduces readers to the comic world's potential next big thing. With his HBO comedy special, Schimmel is poised to make a significant splash in the comedy industry.
Steven Van Zandt, a multifaceted artist known for his contributions to music and television, is the subject of '20Q Steven Van Zandt'. John Rezek dives into Van Zandt's career, from Springsteen to the Sopranos, providing a detailed look into his creative mind.
In the 'Fiction' section, Terry Bisson presents 'Lucy', a story about a seductive woman with fantastic investment advice who has one significant flaw - she isn't human.
The issue's highlight is the 'Interview' with Jeff Bezos. The founder of Amazon.com talks about his customer-first philosophy and the journey that has made him wealthier than Ross Perot and Rupert Murdoch.
The 'Reviews' section includes commentary on Paul McCartney's 'Run Devil Run', the new Counting Crows album, silent movies, and more. 'Andy Kaufmania' provides a look at ten seminal scenes from the comic's very weird life.
Additionally, the 'Books' section reviews Carl Hiaasen's 'Kick Ass' collection and Jesse Jackson's insights on wealth.