Articles by George Gurley

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September 2011, Sex, Drugs and Guns in the Heart of Moose Country

The 19-year-old Mercede Johnston, known as “Sadie” to her friends, sat down with Playboy contributing editor George Gurley to dish about the famous Alaskan family that nearly became her brother’s in-laws.

June 2005, Road Trip!

Fueled by testosterone, alcohol, and God knows what else, the 200-odd drivers in the sixth annual Gumball 3000 raced their Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Porsches, and other assorted vehicles out of Paris on May 5, 2004, headed for Cannes via Madrid, Marbella, and Casablanca. The object: to drive as fast—and party as hard—as humanly possible. In the ensuing 3,000-mile mêlée of arrests, mangled cars, and shattered bones, the author experiences the insane camaraderie of the Gumball, with playboys, jet-setters, and eccentrics of every stripe sharing a week of living dangerously.

March 2001, Pleasures of the Fur

Welcome to the world of “furries”: the thousands of Americans who’ve gotten in touch with their inner raccoon, or wolf, or fox. Judging from the Midwest FurFest, this is no hobby. It’s sex; it’s religion; it’s a whole new way of life.

2/24/09, The New York World:  Gurley Walks Manhattan

6/03/08, George Gurley’s Thoughts on Turning 40:  Mmmh. . . .FreshDirect Better Than Sex!

5/20/08, Chasing Girls, Fleeing Sin:  Me and My Mentor!

1/29/08, Gurley’s Bucket List

10/23/07, On the Tram

January 2006, It Isn’t Easy Being the Sexy Bin Laden

What’s in a name? Plenty. Especially if you’re trying to become a sultry little pop star and you just happen to be the niece of public enemy number one

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