Playboy Magazine, March 2004

Aug. 2, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 2004

Playboy's March 2004 issue combines riveting articles, insightful interviews, and compelling fiction to provide the classic Playboy experience.

"A Dog's Tale" by Kent Black explores the thrilling journey of world-renowned bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, who tracked down Max Factor heir Andrew Luster in Mexico.

"The Agony and Ecstasy of Alexander Shulgin" by Mark Boal uncovers the life of the reclusive chemistry wizard who brought ecstasy to America. Despite government raids, Shulgin continues his pursuit of inventing and testing serotonin-enhancing drugs and offers his views on the future of human evolution.

"Last-Ditch Stunt Politics" offers a humorous look at the 2004 presidential campaign, providing satirical suggestions for attention-grabbing events.

Christi Shake stars in "Centerfolds on Sex," sharing her insight into the art of kissing a woman just right.

"Mud Warriors" by James R. Petersen provides a thrilling test of the latest off-road cars, bikes, and motorcycles on the toughest terrains in the country.

"The Holy Grail" by David Pfister takes a deep dive into the world of unique collectors, those who fill their garages with barf bags, empty beer cans, and serial-killer artwork.

In "20Q," William Petersen, the star of CSI, reveals he's nothing like his character on the show, discussing everything from reincarnation to his own brushes with the law.

Chuck Palahniuk's "Guts" offers a vivid and excruciating story of one man's self-gratification adventures, making Fight Club seem tame in comparison.

Jim Carrey is featured in this month's Playboy Interview. The comedian talks about his ascetic lifestyle, the prophetic nature of The Truman Show, his approach to sex, and the message he'd inscribe on a bomb.

From the world of bounty hunting to the future of psychedelic drugs, the March 2004 issue of Playboy continues the tradition of combining deep and thought-provoking content with tantalizing visual treats.

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