Playboy Magazine, September 2004

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

Playboy Magazine, September 2004

Playboy's September 2004 issue offers an engaging mix of social commentary, lifestyle guidance, sports previews, and intimate interviews with significant figures of the time.

"Machine Politics" by Dan Baum critically examines the switch from punch-card ballots to touch screen computers in three Florida counties, raising important questions about the security and reliability of electronic voting as it becomes more widespread.

"Liquid Romance" by A.J. Baime provides readers with an intriguing guide to romantic mixology. The feature also includes The Playboy Bar, a guide to top-shelf liquors, barware, and more.

In "Playboy's 2004 Pigskin Preview", Gary Cole presents a comprehensive guide to the upcoming college football season, including predictions for the winners and losers, introductions to the Playboy All America team, and a spotlight on the 2004 Anson Mount Scholar/Athlete.

"You're Killing Me! The Playboy Compendium of Outlaw Humor" by Jamie Malanowski is a tribute to the edgy comedians like Lenny Bruce, Bill Maher, Richard Pryor, and the Sex Pistols who have shaped the comedic landscape over the past 50 years.

"Centerfolds on Sex: Peggy McIntaggart" features candid insights about intimacy from Peggy McIntaggart.

The 20Q interview spotlights Terrell Owens, the outspoken wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles. He discusses his tumultuous history with the San Francisco 49ers, his touchdown celebrations, and his stance on openly gay teammates.

The fiction section features "Are Dreams Faster Than the Speed of Light" by John Edgar Wideman, a gripping story about a man with a fatal disease planning to kill his dying, pain-ridden war veteran father.

The Playboy Interview features Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founders of the internet giant Google. The conversation covers their innovative office culture, company ethos, and the state of electronic privacy.

Pictorials in this issue feature Playmate Scarlett Keegan, a collection of 'painted ladies', and a celebration of the best bodies competing in the Athens Games. As usual, Playboy's September 2004 issue provides an engaging blend of social commentary, sports, lifestyle, humor, and intimate conversations.

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