• Andy Roddick auctioned off a nude private tennis lesson at Elton John's Advanta World Team Tennis Smash Hits AIDS Benefit over the weekend. The winning bid? $15,000. • Speaking of nudes, Playboy is unveiling the Playboy Wine Collection, a limited series of wines that range from $90 to $320/bottle and feature different Playboy covers. • Meanwhile, Playboy Enterprises Inc is shutting down its DVD operations to free up more resources for making online porn. • The recently unveiled 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines recommends at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity for women during pregnancy and the postpartum period. •• In Florida, a man is seeking $15,000 in damages from a strip club after he was allegedly injured when a stripper's shoe flew off her foot and broke a mirrored ceiling above his head. • Find out how to make cocaine. Hint: The secret ingredient is gasoline! • A new rock opera titled Lovelace: A Rock Opera focuses on the late Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace's life with help from the Go-Go's Charlotte Caffey. • A recent study of prairie voles suggests that a brain chemical related to depression is found in the brain of grieving voles or voles that are separated from their female partners. • Today, a British couple were sentenced to 3 months in jail for having sex on a beach in Dubai. The couple maintain that they did not have sex and plan on appealing the case. • Matchmaking agencies that offer Singapore businessmen foreign brides are seeing business dwindle as the financial meltdown forces male clients to scale back on lavish spending. • The American Cancer Society reports that it is seeing a decline in women over 40 getting yearly mammograms, possibly due to the pain during the process. • Pregnant Japanese women visit Shinto shrines on the Day of the Dog because the Japanese believe that dogs have easy births. • A poll-dancing fitness instructor reached a settlement on Wednesday with the Adams Township in Pennsylvania, allowing her to open up a pole-dancing studio for women. • Mattel denied claims today that the Little Mommy Cuddle N' Coo doll says "Islam is the light" as part of its pre-recorded cooing sounds. • Parents are pulling their children out of a music class at Foxboro Elementary School in Vacaville, California because of the teacher's recent gender reassignment surgery. • A Japanese study claims that high levels of soy consumption can reduce the risk of estrogen receptor-positive tumors and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2-negative tumors, two types of breast cancer. • A 76-year-old woman who is charged in the death of one of her five dead husbands posted bond and was released from jail today in North Carolina. • Doctors say that the Bee Gees song "Stayin' Alive" is the ideal beat (103 beats per minute) to follow while performing chest compressions as part of CPR on a heart attack victim. • A new study links decreased dopamine activity, a neurotransmitter typically released in response to a pleasure experience, with obese women when they eat "pleasurable" foods like chocolate milkshakes. •
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I totally LOL'd at that stripper story.
And who the fuck wants to buy Playboy wine?