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Hefner's schoolwork improved and he took to drawing with new vigor.He mainly drew semi-autobiographical cartoons about a boy he called “Goo Heffer” who attended “Stinkmuch High.” At Steinmetz High School, he emerged from his shell to become president of the student council and vice president of the literary club. Bill and majored in psychology while contributing articles and cartoons to the campus paper.He was the personification of the Playboy ideal, the pajama-loving lord of the grandest bachelor pad on Earth.“If you don't swing, don't ring,” read a brass doorplate at the original Playboy Mansion in Chicago, a 48-room abode where Hefner reveled with bevies of Playmates on a rotating, circular bed.Later, he moved the party to Playboy Mansion West, a six-acre compound above Beverly Hills with 30 rooms, an underground grotto, a staff of 70 and a round-the-clock kitchen attuned to his unconventional schedule — scrambled eggs at, say, 5 p.m., or fried chicken at midnight.He entered the new millennium with a harem of blonde, buxom lovelies all young enough to be his granddaughters.The aging swinger seemed delighted, boasting to a reporter that he had sex “one way or another” everyday, but some observers smirked.The 1980s brought AIDS, the end of the Playboy clubs, the rise of the religious right, the Meese Commission on Pornography, all of which had a deleterious impact on circulation.

“If you were still a boy, in almost a Peter Pan kind of way, and could have just the perfect life that you wanted to have, that's the life I invented for myself.”As Hefner often told the story, most of the credit — or blame — belonged to his parents, Grace and Glenn Hefner.His worried mother took him to a psychologist, whose tests showed that young Hefner had an IQ of 152 — far above average — but was emotionally immature.The psychologist told Grace Hefner that she could help her son by acting more warmly and sympathetically toward him.“He took the old-fashioned, shame-thumbed girlie magazines, stripped off the plain wrapper, added gloss, class and culture.It proved to be a sure-fire formula.”The magazine reflected Hefner himself — or at least the invention that became known the world over as Hefner, or simply Hef.

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