Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition on the Racks (Pun Intended)

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Lost in the uproar of tomorrow's Clemens/McNamee Congressional cage match is the fact that today is one of the most important days for heterosexual males in North America. Yep, it's

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition

day. This year's lovely cover model is one

Marisa Miller


And inside, along with all of the professional swimsuit models, are NFL Cheerleaders (including Larisa and Marisa Coy of the Houston Texans), Indy Car driver Danica Patrick, and the wives of athletes, including Mrs. Jeff Garcia, a former Playmate, Mrs. Jeff Gordon (are car drivers really athletes?), and Mrs. Johnny Damon.

So have at it. And don't feel guilty for staring. I think that's what Sports Illustrated intends to happen.

And, in about two weeks, we'll have some of the fun aftermath when SI runs some of the letters from outraged mothers, wives, girlfriends and high school librarians. – John Royal

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