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Old 05-27-2003, 02:12 PM
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"Playboy Magazine" has something for everybody.

PLAYBOY WEB CLUB EMPHASIZES PRIVACY

WASHINGTON (CBS.MW) -- Playboy Enterprises formally announced Tuesday
its new premium broadband service is being distributed by RealNetworks'
OpenPass service.

Playboy TV Club offers subscribers on-demand access to "naughty
amateurs," "the hottest adult programming from TV's steamiest network,"
and "clips from outrageous call-in shows."

The signup process for the TV Club
(http://www.real.com/partners/pbtv/index1.html?)
(PLA) promises "discrete billing," as well as new parental controls
that have been added to the RealOne Player. Subscribers must provide a credit card account as proof of age, and viewers will be challenged for passwords to get access to content deemed unsuitable for children under 18. RealNetworks provides customer registration and management, payment
processing and content security.

Playboy is one of 23 content providers using Real's (RNWK) OpenPass to establish digital media content subscription services. Other providers include "JFK: The Proof," in which retired FBI agent Zack Shelton shares the "first hard evidence of conspiracy," Motor Trend magazine road tests and auto features, and tips and strategies from the editors of In-Fisherman (http://www.in-fisherman.com/) magazine. :hehe:
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Old 05-28-2003, 03:06 AM
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Fred,

Have you been using magic mushrooms in your spaghetti sauce? Or perhaps I should ask, have you gotten any mushrooms from OC that you decided to put into your spaghetti sauce? PLAYBOY and IN-FISHERMAN, hmmmmmmm.......
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Old 05-28-2003, 11:36 AM
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Cool FT, I'm not admittin' to nuttin ... :>)

As Dupont likes to say: "better living through chemistry."
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Hey, Fred, you got that wrong. DuPont and Pfizer (make Viagra) got together and changed it. Now it's

"Better LOVING through chemistry!"

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Bob,

I like that saying,"Better loving through chemistry."

God, Just got to wonder at my age is that time coming? But not yet!

But you know we said that same thing at Woodstock too.

What next in chemistry and flyfishing, Guides who dole out Prozac before every float trip?
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Old 05-28-2003, 02:24 PM
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Bob, had to laugh when I saw your post.

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Hey, Fred, you got that wrong. DuPont and Pfizer (make Viagra) got together and changed it. Now it's

"Better LOVING through chemistry!"

BobK
Blurb on tv last night on 'brand names' world wide. Coke was the most known brand name .... Viagra was in second place. or should that be:
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Have a Coke and a Smile??

If the Coke folk are smart, they'll realize the marketing potential in this.

Coke with a Viagra chaser - you'll be smiling too~
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Keep those tips up!!

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Coke was the most known brand name .... Viagra was in second place.
With all the spam for "herbal Viagra" no wonder its in second place.
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OC,

The prozac could come in handy if the guide happened to take the wrong passageway in a certain spot on the Sauk this year.

Doublespey,

If this happened, we wouldn't be fishing nearly so much. But many would have a better and stronger set of rod hands from all the practicing.
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