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Yesterday, the New York Post ran an exposť (pun intended!) entitled "City libraries say 'checking out' porn protected by First Amendment."
In the article, NYC Library officials repeatedly defended their stance that they will not censor what people look at on the libraries' public computers.
The Post also interviewed people on the scene:
"Library patron Daisy Nazario, 60, said she was grossed out when she discovered she was sitting next to an elderly porn watcher in the Brooklyn Central Library recently.
"The looker [blocked] the view of his screen — which was featuring a threesome at the time — 'but I could still hear the voices,' a disgusted Nazario said….
"Approached by The Post, the dirty old man skulked away, saying, 'I don't want to talk to you. Leave me alone.'"
Leave me alone, indeed.
Kudos to reporter Douglas Montero for having the balls to walk up and question a man in the middle of watching pornography, possible semen splatter be damned!† And then kudos again for being professional enough to later label his interviewee a "dirty old man."
For too long, the downtrodden in our society with little if anything to live for, devoid of all hope and pleasure, have been able to comfortably sit and view pornography in public — as is surely their preference — without being approached by reporters.
The Library says that patrons are protected by free speech.† Well you know what, reporters have free speech too.† Meaning they have the right to talk to whoever they want, even if that person has a massive, rock-hard boner.
I hope this article opens the eyes of New York's public officials and they take steps to change these policies.† Then sad old men can go back to masturbating where they belong: on crowded subway cars.
[via The Daily What]
And it's not that I have trouble respecting the brain of a man best known for his penis.
I've seen Ron Jeremy in person one time in my life.† It was in Los Angeles, backstage at a Tool concert (don't ask).† A number of recognizable faces were milling around, not a bad little scene.† And Ron Jeremy was the only person wearing sweatpants.
And that's it: I can't respect the opinions of a man who would wear sweatpants backstage to a concert.† Obviously, if you're wearing sweatpants in public after the age of 23, your sense of what's right and wrong has gone out the window at some point.
But, in case you have wondered what Ron Jeremy thinks about the Internet, Maggie Shiels of BBC News (the new organization that I most respected until this very moment) asks him in an article published earlier today.
"People can download stuff for free these days, so why the heck are they going to buy it?† The only ones making money out of porn are the novelty companies.† I just hate the internet in general."
So basically, according to Ron Jeremy, because of the Internet the porn industry is getting f***ed.
Hey, at least you got paid for it the first time around.
Pornography is no longer just for the Internet.
Thanks to technology, it's coming soon to the side of a building near you.
If you are like most Americans, you are probably upset that your pornography is not organized by color.
The Rainbow of Porn solves this problem.† Just go to their website where you will find the above image of a unicorn.† Click on any color in the image to bring up a collection of porn videos in that color.
Thing is, it doesn't match skin color or anything like that.† It literally matches the color of the video: things like the lighting and the background.
So if you get off to certain porn cinematography, this site is perfect for you.
Personally, I really get excited when the videographer uses a blue filter to enhance the melancholy mood of the pizza delivery man who just wants to bang.
Around a year ago (or so it appears), YouTube user Can't Cope, Won't Cope began posting videos deemed "Porn Negative Space."
As far as Internet ideas are concerned, the concept is kind of like Garfield Minus Garfield.† He takes porn videos and removes everything that is actually pornographic about them.† This process consists of zooming into surrounding scenery, chopping the picture into smaller pieces, removing or replacing the audio, etc.
The video above just got released a couple days ago.† It cuts the four sides of a bed together while removing the humans (doing whatever it is they are doing — use your imagination, or don't) all together.
Yes, it's just a bed shaking around.
What's the point of all this?† The whole thing is probably just some strange artistic statement.† And like all artistic statements, it's probably because the dude who created it is f*cked up in the head.
He's a sick, sick man.† Seriously, keep him away from your children, or they could disappear, just like the porn stars from these videos.
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