Monthly Archives: February 2011

Bunnies of Dixie – Playboy Club Atlanta

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A tribute to the Land of Cotton’s cotton-tailed belles. When the Playboy Cub opened its doors in Atlanta in 1965, it provided Atlantans with a chic downtown party spot in which they could indulge their Hugh Hefner-fueled fantasies.  It was  … Continue reading

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Tuned-In Dropout

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A fair lass who likes life laissez-faire Elaine Morton (born 17 August 1949 in Wichita Falls, Texas) was top bunny in June of 1970. Elaine grew up with two brothers and a sister. Her father was a building contractor and her mother … Continue reading

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São Paulo, Brazil

This week I was in São Paulo Brazil.  I get down there about 3x per year. This week’s weather was extremely pleasant – it’s summer down there now.. so the days were long, with 88 degree, sunny and light breezy days. … Continue reading

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Panama la Vieja, Panama City

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Break an Egg

For breakfast, I have two raw beaten eggs in a glass of hot milk. I never eat dessert. My nail polish is transparent. I never wear stockings or underclothes because I think it is important to breathe freely. I wash … Continue reading

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Malibu Beachnik

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Lovely, petite and adorable brunette Karla Conway was born Karla Jo Musacchia on July 5, 1946 in Pasadena, California. An avid surfer, Karla was raised in Malibu and graduated from Canoga Park High School. She was discovered by Playboy magazine … Continue reading

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Born Free

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Aesthetically inclined Jennifer Liano discovers that — in San Francisco, at least — life imitates art Jennifer was born in San Diego, California on 24FEB, 1948.  She was the Rabbit’s playmate in May of 1970. Liano certainly played the part … Continue reading

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