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More Playboy's party jokes

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NSQF ELECTRICAL syllabus

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A PLAYBOY PRESS BOOK

HMH Publishing Co. Inc. All rights
reserved. From PLAYBOY magazine: Copyright ® 1963,
1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 by HMH
Publishing Co. Inc.

Copyright ® 1971 by

Published simultaneously in the United States and Canada
by Playboy Press, Chicago, Illinois. Printed in the
United States of America. Library of Congress Catalog
Card Number: 73-136572. First edition.

PLAYBOY® and Rabbit Head design® registered
trademarks, marca registrada, marque d6pos6e by
Publishing Co. Inc., 919 North Michigan Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois (U.S.A.)

HMH

"You're fortunate to grow up in these exciting
times— the breakup of the atom, the breakthrough
"

of space exploration, the

breakdown

of morals.

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just

doing

my

thing.

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'Just

what

is it

that you people want,

anyway?"

"But, gee, Howard, there must be more to
sexual freedom than this!"

"Making
does

it

love is all very well, but
stimulate the old economy?"

'You were on Madison Avenue once. How would
you convince them we're winning?"

"Fm glad you young people

have seen

nonviolently It shows
Now get out"
.

jit

to protest

you're civilized.

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just

adore animals, too!

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'Can't you people understand that my generation
isn't interested in material values? Besides
which, I'm making a fortune pushing acid,"
11

'How

long do we have to have a relationship
before you take off your shades?"

12

"Thirty cents a bottle— five cents a

sniff.

13

"I say we must oppose the subversives in
the market place of ideas > and only after failing to
win there should we throw them in jail."

14

15

mm

'What I mean, the cops

16

in this

town are tough !'

^
'How

long h; ave you had these feelings of
inadequacy and frustration, boy?"

17

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19

'On the surface,

ifs just another hip pie -nudie -rockdrugs-antiwar , theater-of-the-absurd thing; but
deep down, it's a gay, lighthearted Thirties

musical"

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sorry, Senator, it's some more
crackpot conservationists."
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of twenty-jive qualify?"

'Forgive me, Cesar Chavez, but I've gotta have

a grape."

27

"Since you've been showing these underground
movies and having wild jazz concerts and freewheeling discussions on LSD, the members of
the congregation, after careful deliberation, have
decided that church is not a proper place to send
our children''

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"I guess I steal to indulge a childish fantasy that
people are giving me presents. Now can I ask you
something? Why do you fellows hit people

on the head?"

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Remember— daddy

trusts

you!"

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one. If you get a haircut, Vll raise your
allowance twenty dollars a month"

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me

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heart-warming to see a father
and son smoking pot together"

I think

it's

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was raped by a willowy blonde from the
women's liberation movement."

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"For the record, Senator, it would be helpful
you would agree to use the terminology 'bilateral
3

reduction of ballistic-missile systems, rather than
3
'catching Uncle Sam with his pants down "

41

'Do you really want me to brush my hair back?
I have an obscenity painted on my forehead"

42

'Damn

it, Conrad, I'm for peace,
too—but not as an end in itself"

43

'This 'black power' thing, now.

do you make of

it,

What

George?"

the devil

'Guess who's been to her

last protest rally!"

45

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'Sure, there's

but

46

it is

still

discrimination,

getting better

"

'I've

put some money in trust for you. You will be
able to collect it when you are thirty if,
in the opinion of the trustees, you
have sold out to the establishment"

47

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"Mother had mailed the invitations, booked a
Meyer Davis orchestra, engaged the caterer and
written up the announcement for the Times. Then
I

woke up one morning and said to
man, who needs it?'

myself, 'Like,

49

50

"Same here-being kept under surveillance
for my own protection/'

"You've had your little fling in suburbia,
Isn't it time you came back to the East
Village and lived like a normal, decent
human being?"

Norma.

51

52

'Are you publishing an underground

newspaper

in

my air-raid shelter?"

53

"We're living in a sick society
where the traditional values have
the
become practically worthless
"
dollar.
the
pound, the franc,
.

.

.

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.

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in the

bigger voice

running of the army,

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"^4£ £/z£ rate you're going, you'll never get an
education, and if you want to participate in student
demonstrations, it will have to be as a policeman."

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"LSD! And we

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only gave

them

pot.

*m
'Now

that we're engaged, shouldn't you stop

wearing your

HAD ANY LATELY

button?"

61

"Here's our written consent. Are you joining the
army? Getting married? Leaving the country?

Or what?"

62

been pretty hectic— pompon
pledge to political activist to
dropout all in one semester."

"It's

girl to sorority

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\

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'Hell— I've torn up

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my

relief

check by mistake.

CW-

'Now, get this straight, because we're tired of being
misquoted in ike press. We authorize
only accidental flights over

Communist China"

65

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"Think of it, gentlemen— not only do we
cease polluting our lakes and rivers but we produce
eighty million gallons a year of the best darn soft
drink you've ever tasted!"

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'Well, I guess that answers

my

next question.

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"No, it was not I who brought down your great
screaming bird— someone else must have thrown
the rock!"

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there's 'outside agitation'!

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of

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estate I leave to

my son,

Fitzhugh Canfield Clomton III, in the hope that
after completing his education, he will return home
to take the

helm

of the firm that bears his

name"

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think

war

is

nature's

way!"

you say, the free-enterprise profits
system makes you want to throw up, there may not
be a great deal the placement office can do
"If, as

for you!'

75

want to make any social blunders. What
are you people calling yourselves these days?"

7 don't

76

'Had I thought my health stood in jeopardy,
Officer, I never would have lit one!"
77

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"Remember,

military targets only!

Be sure you

hit

nothing except bases, dumps, roads, factories,
bridges, trains, ships, houses, fields, forests,
buildings, vehicles or anything else that

may

look

suspicious."

81

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see creeping socialism, chiselers on relief and
the erosion of fiscal integrity in government!"

'I

83

Vm not that kind of girl.
Ym interested in sex!'

'Turn on? Get high?

What

84

is

"As we look back over the course
years,

we

realize that the university

of four
is

a living,

growing entity— never stagnant, forever
transition.

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morality

is

that

the new
we didn't get in on it.'

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more girls are graduating"

pills-

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'Frankly, Doctor, don't you think it's time to get
off this civil rights kick and get back to the
fundamental teachings of Christianity?"

92

'Our

were exceedingly cordial and
In other words, we are at war"

talks

fruitful.

93

you kids hadn't hipped me
that new mouthwash, I wouldn't have been

'The way I see

it, if

invited to that party,

and I wouldn't be

pregnant now."

94

to

You want bread, go into the kitchen; you
want money, ask for it!"

95

7 think the next four years we should
try

96

it

with no president !"

(

Erosion of civilian authority' is a fine phrase,
but I'm sure you wouldn't want anyone
telling you how to run your business."

97

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"Just one little thing. In the ideal city of
the future, I don't think we want the main
shopping center quite so close to the ghetto.'

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'They've shot twenty-nine of our braves, polluted
the rivers, killed most of the game and raped
the chiefs sister. Now he wants us to drop over
next Thursday for turkey dinner with all
the fixin's."

all

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" 'Math: Mr, Keller is poorly informed and
establishment-oriented. English: Miss Peachum is
parochial and hopelessly middle-class'— say! What
kind of a report card is this?"

103

"When she says she
a
104

loves you, you're

really trust white
people because you're a Negro, get it?"

little

skeptical.

You don't

^ifilhrt
"I'd refuse to pay that portion of my taxes that
goes to pay for war, too, but, unfortunately, I'm
one of those millionaires who manage not to pay
any income tax."

105

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"It's easy. First

we have

to

determine

soldier or a guerrilla or a civilian.

if

he's a

Then we have

to

on their side or our side. Then,
if
just to play it safe, if he's on our side, we have to
determine how he feels about Americans."
determine

106

he's

'Disgusting! I bet they're having an orgasm
right

now"

107

'Last night

Jerome said he loved me and he

wasn't on

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pills

or anything!!"

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"In one easy operation, you dial the
correct postage and print your crackpot slogan
directly on the envelope"

109

'Now, here's a company offering excellent starting
salary and benefits, and they swear they're not
making a thin dime off Vietnam''

110

'Sure,

my name is Tom and you're my nephew.
to call me

But that doesn't give you a right
Uncle Tom!"

111

'When's your birthday, Rigney? November 28th?
Fine, that makes it 281 1 enemy casualties for
the week."

112

"Guess Fm just an old-fashioned gal, but I want to
ask your blessing before I move into Bernie's pad"

113

"Don't be discouraged too soon, dear. Perhaps
President Nixon will strip the welfare rolls and
restore a laissez faire economy next week"

114

"Violence! Unrest! Predictions of more
disturbances!

And

that was only the weather
report!"

115

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remember when the only thing he was
against was boiled carrotsi"

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I move that the Ethics Committee be abolished
on the grounds that they have been conducting
unauthorized wire taps"

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to flout the hypocritical values of our degenerate
society, but the salesclerk was a lady."

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filthy,

'Peace Corps. Job Corps. Youth Mobilizationwhatever happened to looking for a job?"

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open housing and black power??"

integration,

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see. Due to your corrupt mismanagement,
the people of your country are starving and
rebellious, and you urgently require American aid.
Right. How many machine guns?"

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"As dean of one of our most exclusive women's
would you say there is any truth to the
rumor of a new sense of sexual freedom among

colleges,

the nation's college

girls,

Mrs. Birdwhistle?"

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it

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Denton, since you're our spiritual leader"

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7 call it a 'social protest.

142

'No, Stanley! I didn't raise our son to be a
soldier!"

143

"Heavens, don't worry about the trains!

Marie and Jeff can drop you off in the ghetto
on their way back to Westchester."

144

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&?*-**<*,

warmonger , but then

won't find

me

at

again, you

any peace talks!"

145

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from Bryn

146

when my daughter came home

Mawr and offered to turn me on."

147

"You see, darling, your dad and I have always
considered ourselves rebels. That's why it doesn't

make any sense

148

for

you

to rebel against

us"

"

And in accordance with the Uniform Code
Military
Justice, you are to be divested of
of
your rank, dishonorably discharged and sent home
with a note to your mother!"
.

.

.

149

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were no Negro Vikings. I

want Leif Ericson's ship integrated."

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to diagnose your case as
a military-industrial complex."

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'Say,

you are worried about Vietnam.'

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'Gee, fellas, this

is

really a great

honeymoon!"

155

Your tank registration seems to be in order and
you're not hippies or anything dangerous
like that"

156

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the

Zmrz problem

—but

if

Zmrz would just remember their place,
everything would be

As for the Qzxns
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of

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all right.
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why,
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Qzxns!

my best friends are

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