Not writing now

September 18, 2011 at 5:24 pm (personal)

I have not been in the mood to update my blog.  I am having personal issues.  Some bad, some good.  With my life being back on the east coast I have less involvement with the porn industry and may be abandoning those stories altogether.  It’s not my life anymore and I’m enjoying that.

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My 9/11/11

September 18, 2011 at 5:17 pm (New York, personal)

Ribbons on a fence across from Ground Zero

 

People were writing messages to those they knew who parished

 

Rebuilding WTC. I also had pictures of site that I was unable to upload

 

People were leaving flowers on the fence. This woman had picture of her mother. Caption on the picture said she was never found after the attacks

Uptown more in the Meatpacking District there were parties in the street and nightclubs were open at 2 pm in the afternoon for the occation

 

 

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9-11-01 10 Year Aniversery

September 11, 2011 at 5:21 pm (New York, personal, Uncategorized)

UPDATE: I took some great pictures today that really captured the mood within Manhattan.  I will add them in a post tomorrow.

Please remember the individuals that lost their lives in the 9-11 today.

Please also be respectful of people who lived through these events. I do not get political, but people particularly on the west coast who were to a large degree removed from the events would really push the conspiracy theory on us. If this is your opinion, fine but it is not respectful to the people who were here in New York or knew people in the buildings. Sometimes it’s best to learn how to not talk about subjects.

After the attacks we slept with the lights on for weeks because we thought more were coming. I was even contacted by the FBI because they thought I had met one of the hijackers. I vaguely remember the incident.

At least be respectful today.

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Religious temple prostitution bust in Arizona

September 10, 2011 at 1:16 pm (adult, Uncategorized)

Perhaps the most creative cover-up I’ve ever seen.
from http://www.abcnews.go.com – Arizona prosecutors have charged more than 30 people affiliated with the Phoenix Goddess Temple, a 10,000-square-foot alleged brothel that had been operating under the pretense of providing “religious” services for hundreds of dollars in cash “donations,” police said.

“They were committing crimes under the guise of religious freedom,” Phoenix police spokesman Steve Martos said.

“It’s a sad situation when people are trying to hide behind religion and church to commit a crime.”

The “temple” had been operating in Phoenix since 2009, but authorities didn’t become aware of it until residents began complaining. After a local newspaper visited the alleged brothel and published an in-depth story, police launched a six-month investigation culminating in the arrest of 18 people Wednesday. They are still hunting down the other 19.

It was the largest Arizona prostitution bust since authorities broke up the tri-state “Desert Divas” ring in 2008.

Four of those indicted are men, but none of them are johns. Charges include prostitution, pandering and conspiracy.

During the investigation, police discovered another alleged house of prostitution in Sedona, Ariz., which was also raided Wednesday.

Goddess Temple founder Tracy Elise, known within her business as “Mystic Mother,” was one of the 18 arrested Wednesday. She had also been allegedly involved with a similar brothel in Seattle, Wash., that had been shut down in 2009.

Goddess Temple founder Tracy Elise defended her organization years ago when speaking with ABC News’ Phoenix affiliate after neighbors alleged the “temple” was a sex club in disguise.

The Goddess Temple first started operating in 2007 in a residential home, but police were unable to get into that location, Martos said. The Temple eventually moved to Scottsdale, where authorities cited them for various permit issues before the organization finally settled in Phoenix and Sedona.

“I’m going to call it like I see it,” Maricopa county attorney Bill Montgomery said. “They had a brothel, they had a madam, they had prostitutes and they had johns. The johns were paying prostitutes for sex. That’s illegal. It’s a blight on the community and we took action to take it down.”

Police obtained a search warrant after initiating several undercover deals and determining that the Temple Goddess employees had been trained to use certain vocabulary.

“For example, ‘johns’ were not ‘johns.’ They were called ‘seekers.’ Sexual intercourse was called ‘sacred union,'” Martos said.

The “temple” featured themed rooms in spaces that had once been individual offices. Martos said one of the rooms had a “water theme” with a whirlpool and waves painted on the walls. Another had been decorated with Egyptian-themed artwork.

The organization’s website is no longer available online, but its teachings were described as “body centric” in an archived version from May.

The homepage “invites” customers to “relax deeply” in a “candle-lit Transformation Chamber,” and “feel the magnetic polarity between men and women.

“No part of you is ever left out when you are in the presence of the Mother, our Divine Creatrix of physical form,” the website proclaimed. “You can feel whole and happy again in your body, you can feel safe with or without a partner near by.”

First-time visitors were directed to an “orientation” page, suggesting that new clients choose a “secret Temple name” and need not give their real name at any point during their “journey of inner-knowing.” Also included, a checklist requiring participants to acknowledge, “I will not receive any type of sexual gratification in exchange for money during my session,” and that “all that unfolds is consensual exchange between self-sovereign beings for the purpose of expanding knowledge of life force.”

In addition to offering “sessions” claiming to heal sexual blockages, the “temple” offered Friday night sex-ed classes, featuring such topics as “Tantra 101” and “Toys for Big Girls and Boys.”

It suggested students “donate” between $6 and $33 per class. The sessions were much pricer, ranging from $204 to $650.

In a section called “testimonials,” the website featured an email from a client who called himself David, thanking a “gypsy goddess” named Iyata for a “state of extraordinary orgasm.”

The Phoenix Goddess Temple still has several advertisements on the adult entertainment section of classified ads website Backpage.com. An ad for Iyata dated Sept. 5 showed a woman in what appears to be a belly-dancing outfit. “I will ignite you with my touch, breath, and Love. We will Cultivate your ecstasy to it’s highest potential,” the ad says.

The Phoenix Goddess Temple did not immediately respond to an interview request from ABCNews.com.

Organization leaders had said in prior media interviews that they are not prostitutes, but religious healers focusing on “Root Chakra.”

“There’s no science and provability about this [healing system],” Elise told the Phoenix New Times in February. “But it works.”

The county attorney, however, isn’t buying it.

“We’re not viewing this in any way as somehow protected by the first amendment,” Montgomery said. “This is not religious expression. This is a criminal activity and those responsible thought they were being too clever by half by coming up with different terms.”

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Good-bye Los Angeles

September 4, 2011 at 2:09 am (Los Angeles, personal, Travel)

It’s true, I have spent the last 3 days in LA packing and throwing things out.  I came back to Los Angeles earlier this year because I took a commission based job and apartment here when it was proven the short stint I did in Las Vegas wasnt going to work out. Well at first the job and money here were okay but not great. Then, money started slipping.  I went from making decent income to around $135 a week of which $100 was spent on the gas it took to get to work.  When I went to New York last month I looked into other jobs and found one that paid 10 times more than what I was originally making here.  Therefore I’m leaving LA

I used to think I hated it here when I moved here in 2006.  I lived in Hollywood first.  My neighbors would take my to these “Off the chain industry parties!”.  I’d find no important people, no gift bags, and lots of aspiring actresses that would talk about how they are there to “network”.  I’d go back to New York sometimes 3 times a month and miss how my life was before LA.

But once I left Hollywood, I met some of the most genuine friends I’ve ever had in my life here.  I realized I didn’t hate LA, I hated the Hollywood scene.

I am moving back to New York tomorrow because I have an offer that will make 10 times more than what I was making here back in January when I was doing well.  I guess I will enjoy my vacations here someday in the future, but living here i don’t see working out again, unless there is a major economic comeback.  I don’t see that happening, unfortunately.

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Attention arrogant readers:

September 3, 2011 at 9:58 am (Heather Pink, personal, Uncategorized)

Please do not correct my blog entries or subject matters. I do not go around other peoples blogs doing that and it is rude, ESPECIALLY IF IT’S IN MY COMMENT AREA FOR OTHERS TO READ. If there is an issue just don’t read my blog or start your own blog that is written in a style you think is better.

Thank you.

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