Happy 3rd Birthday Butter!

June 29, 2010 at 11:43 pm (doggie, Los Angeles, New York, personal, pets)

Butter as a puppy in our old apartment in LA

Butter sleeping May 2010
 
As you have most likely figured out, Butter is my dog.  He is my 2nd Miniature Pinture.  Parker my first was lost in a quasi high-profile custody battle with my ex Andrew  in 2006. (http://adultfyi.com/read.php?ID=17172 )  I was told to “just get another dog.”  In my opinion, you cannot replace a dog any more than you can replace a person.
 
So a year goes by before I felt ready to get another dog.  I didn’t want a puppy so I looked into rescue groups.  I looked into other breeds.  I looked at dogs for six months.  Then, one day I wasn’t looking.  I was vacationing at The Capri in The Hamptons where somebody told me they knew someone with Miniature Pincher puppies  I didn’t want a puppy but I looked anyway.
 
It was a large litter with some of the puppies being two-toned brown and the rest being black and brown.  He was the one that resembled the one I lost the most.  I held him on my lap and he cuddled into my leg.  He had the same personality as my other dog.  I was sold.  I wish they didn’t dock his tail, but it’s cute anyway. I had an earcrop option.  I said no.  He has the cutest ears, like a pig.  And I wasn’t going to breed or show him. 
 
Buzzkill: Butter was paid for with money from a Max Hardcore scene!
 
I picked him up from LAX about a week later.   I took 10 days off work to train him.   He was housebroken in 4 days.  Crate training was easy.  He hardly ever barked.  And this is considered a difficult breed.  I either did a good job or was very fortunate.
 
The only names that fit him were these really feminine names.  He was nameless for about 2 weeks and I was told by people his name would come to him.  I was at the Mondrian Hotel pool with him and a random stranger said his name is either Butter or Carmel.  Butter was the less girlish of the two.  It was supposed to be a temporary name  until I came up with a better name.  He responds to Butter so it stuck. 
 
At times like these it feels like he is my only real friend.  I’m out-of-town and can’t be with him.  I left his presents with me roommate:)  He won’t know the difference, but still….
 
 

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Going Away For a While

June 28, 2010 at 1:34 pm (Heather Pink, personal, Travel, Uncategorized)

Will be away for a couple of months to deal with my health and personal issues.  I do not wish to disclose my whereabouts but may talk about it later.  I am working on a few entries that I will try post during this time.

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Another Personal Appearance At Beth Israel Medical Center

June 25, 2010 at 7:23 pm (Health, Heather Pink, New York, personal)

I was brought in for stomach pains and dehydration.  This is not the first time this year.  I am finally getting better though.  Follow up story coming soon.

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Your Hair Can Save The Gulf Coast

June 21, 2010 at 7:16 pm (Uncategorized)

For some reason I remember this fact from the Exxon oil spill.  There was also a major oil spill in Mexico some time ago and when a large storm came, being a tropical storm or hurricane, they could no longer find the oil.  I don’t hear the media talking about it now though.  I have my own theories, however I have no intention of ever getting into politics on the blog.

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Youre A Pornstar?!? OMG, Do You Know (insert name here)

June 19, 2010 at 7:35 pm (adult, Heather Pink, Los Angeles)

This question is usually followed by the roster of girls the asker has met  feature dancing or at a Porno Dan party.  There is a common misconception that the porn industry is a big happy family and we all hang out and have slumber parties together.  Ten years ago when the industry was smaller this may have been true.  I retired from porn in October 2007.  The current popular girls in the business were either just starting, or not in the business yet.  Besides Bree Olsen, I have never met most of the newer girls.   Even on sets the previous girl that shot before you that day is usually just leaving as you are getting there so there is no time to get acquainted.  Not to mention for the last year and a half I’ve lived 3,000 miles away from Porn Valley.

If you go to an industry event such as a party, awards show, or signing girls tend to divide themselves into cliques.  If you talk to someone they almost evaluate whether or not they want their friends to see them talking to you, like middle school.  Seemingly, from my observation, whatever agent you are signed with would determine your group.  Age is another factor.  How much common interest would I have with someone who is 18-20 years old?   That is the majority of girls now.  I don’t fault them, I just can’t relate to them.

Reading the porn gossip sites such as adutltfyi.com, or the former Luke Ford site, girls are often stealing from each other, getting into fistfights, crashing each other cars, sleeping with each others boyfriends etc.  It seems as if a good portion of so-called good friendships in porn get  seriously tarnished.  I feel better not getting involved in the melee, I have enough of my own problems.  There were a couple of industry girls I was friends with.  They are retired now also.

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Found While Googling Myself….

June 15, 2010 at 8:47 pm (adult, Heather Pink, Los Angeles)

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Iran Permits Brothels Through Tempoary Marrages

June 12, 2010 at 1:30 am (Travel)

Twenty to fifty dollars?  For the WHOLE NIGHT?? No thanks. 

From Al Bawaba:

Iranian authorities have allocated funds for prostitution houses under the guise of temporary marriage, Al-Osboa has reported. According to the report, the government of Iran has granted one-day, temporary marriages in certain neighborhoods to “eliminate the problem of rape and sexual repression suffered by the Iranian youth.”

Under the terms of the license, it would be legal for any Iranian or foreigner frequenting a designated house to have sex with a girl if she agrees to temporarily marry him. In Iran, sex outside of marriage is a crime, in some cases punishable with up to one hundred lashes, or in the case of adultery, the death sentence. When a temporary marriage is instituted in Shia Islam, a man and woman contract a mut’a for a limited period of time and for a specific amount of money that the man must pay to the woman.

According to the official announcement in the cities of Qom and Mashad, the price per night is between twenty and fifty dollars, depending on whether the girl is a virgin or not in addition to her beauty. Critics, however, have said that this is just an excuse to bypass restrictions on prostitution. According to the Kuwait Times, the “homes have become a breeding to the whims and desires of some officials and Shiite clerics.”

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Where Should Heather Pink Move To Next?

June 7, 2010 at 10:24 am (Heather Pink, personal, Travel)

I am outgrowing the NYC club and party scene and the people who live for it.  I have maybe 8 drinks a year and can’t stand drug people.  I am not impressed by celebrities, I think Tinsley Mortimer is the ugliest name I’ve ever heard in my life and don’t care who she  is.  I am sick of people whose entire lives take place in a 10 block radius and they think that they are international superstars because Page 6 talked to them that day.  Meanwhile, the rest of the world doesn’t know or care who they are, BUT THEY NEVER WOULD KNOW THIS BECAUSE THEY NEVER LEAVE THAT 10 BLOCK RADIUS!  AND GUESS WHAT?? PAGE 6 HAS TALKED TO ME A FEW TIMES, ALSO!

My lease is almost up, (Yay!) Why should I pay $2,350 a month for 700 square feet of aggravation?

These are the areas that have been recommended to me recently.  Some of these are even places I have lived in the past.

Atlanta, GA- I lived for a year after college.  It had great shopping, restaurants and nightlife.  I had a good job and quality friends here.  I also remember horrendous traffic, and the slowness of the south being extremely frustrating for most native New Yorkers.

South  Florida(Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale) With Miami being the exact type of place I am trying to get away from, these two close areas might be a better fit for now.  My first home purchase was in nearby Boca Raton, which is about halfway between these two cities.  I had a beautiful waterfront apartment in my early 20’s in Palm Beach, which was my most favorite place I have ever lived.  My favorite Italian restaurant is  Cafe Maderado in Fort Lauderdale.  I wouldn’t mind living by the water off Bayview somewhere.

New Orleans, LA- I have a mainstream job offer here!  I have only been once in my whole life- for my 21st birthday.  I had a friend who was attending Tulane University and bartending in the French Quarter.  I don’t remember being sober once the whole trip, however I do remember eating some greasy, spicy food along with my alcohol and getting sick.  Does anyone know anything else to do in this area?

Hilton Head, SC- A writer friend of mine who has lived in both Los Angeles and New York moved to this area.  She says most of her neighbors are from LA or NYC anyway, but it’s clean and quiet, which would be great.  I love how it looks in pictures, I may have to take a trip soon.

Phoenix, AZ- I used to come here when I was younger with my parents.  I used to know a lot of people who used to frequent this area years ago,  it was supposed to be the next South Beach.  Now I hardly hear of anyone coming here.  beautiful properties  in Scottsdale and Glendale are next to nothing.  What happened?

Las Vegas, NV- Besides drinking, another thing I don’t like to do is gamble.  I’m just too paranoid with money.  This may give me an advantage here.  Like New York, it has great restaurants and shopping.  Also everything is open late which I have also grown accustomed to.  I just wish I knew the good residential areas better.

I’m still open to other suggestions.  I’m just not sold on living here anymore.

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Rue McClanahan Dies

June 4, 2010 at 4:54 am (mainstream)

From People:

Golden Girl Rue McClanahan has died at the age of 76. “She passed away at 1 a.m. this morning,” her manager, Barbara Lawrence, tells PEOPLE. “She had a massive stroke.”

 McClanahan, who played man-happy Blanche Devereaux on the still-popular ’80s sitcom Golden Girls, had suffered a minor stroke earlier this year while recovering from bypass surgery. Lawrence adds that at the time of her death Thursday, McClanahan “had her family with her. She went in peace.”

Golden Girls ran on NBC from 1985 to 1992. Only last year, McClanahan’s costar, Beatrice Arthur, died from cancer. Estelle Getty died in 2008. Surviving star Betty White, 88, is currently enjoying a remarkable resurgence in her career, having recently hosted Saturday Night Live.

 Born in Healdton, Okla., Rue lived in six towns by the time she was 8. Her father was a road builder who moved from one project to another. She found solace in acting (“the only thing I ever wanted to do”) and after four years at the University of Tulsa moved to New York, where she worked as a part-time file clerk while trying to find jobs in the theater.

  Her first job was off Broadway, in 1957, and she finally hit Broadway in 1969. TV work came from soap operas, until she made it on CBS’s Maude, starring Beatrice Arthur, starting in 1972. She played Maude’s best friend Vivian.

But it was Golden Girls that put her on the map and led to fame, fortune – and several husbands. In all, she had six, including actor Morrow Wilson, whom she wed in 1997 and who survives her, as does a son, Mark Bish, from her first marriage.

 As McClanahan told PEOPLE in 1986: “I’ve always been lucky enough to marry good cooks. One cooked Greek. One cooked Tex-Mex – chili and stuff.” Then, with a laugh, she added, “True, one needed a recipe to make a peanut butter sandwich …”

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RIP NYC Event Photographer Richard Brill

June 2, 2010 at 5:13 am (Heather Pink, mainstream, New York, Noel Ashman, Richard Brill)

A set of images from my 2009 birthday party.

Event photographer Richard Brill passed away of a massive heart attack on May 14, 2010.  He was a wonderful person and friend.  He will be missed dearly by many among the nightlife scene.

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