opinion

The Boogie Man

Gram Ponante
This fellow Boogie, if you want to know, represents a Fuck You, libertarian attitude that is very representative of the Internet side of porn. I know from personal experience that spending too much time in front of a computer all day makes one really cognizant of personal freedoms.

That is why he is thumbing his nose at the amended 2257 regs and at the Free Speech Coalition's ("We're not having a membership drive") membership drive. Whenever I'm not having a membership drive, I contract out a call center, too.

While I have reason to believe that many adult webmasters would much rather be having standoffs with the WTF at their compounds, one can't help but hear the rising chorus of "this is bullshit" directed at the FSC.

Still, many readers of GramPonante.com became FSC members today (and you only have until June 27), just as they have purchased .XXX domains.

I hope Boogie doesn't get arrested. But he makes a heartbreaking point: "Bring it on," he wrote the Department of Justice. "I could use that free health care you deny me. You give more health care to prisoners than your poor and your sick."

Remember, Boogie, the last time our President said Bring It On the casualty rate went up 55 percent.

(The last time I saw Bring It On I was at my friend Sarah's house. That movie's right up there with Blue Crush and Wild Things.)

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