Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Uh, sure Larry, that's the ticket

In a story about the 23rd annual Adult Video Awards in Las Vegas, we find out that Larry Flynt was given yet another award for "free speech related to the industry" (Warning: link may not be safe for work because of some graphic content):
"Adult (entertainment) has gone to a $10 billion business, and it happened because it's a business that everybody cares about and takes seriously and I think we ought to remind the rest of the country about that," the wheelchair-bound Flynt said.
That's funny, because I could've sworn the adult entertainment business became hugely successful because horny people really rather enjoy looking at pictures and/or video of naked people doing...uh, things...nakedly. So very, very nakedly.

Huh. You learn something new every day.

1 comment:

Muslihoon said...

Heh. Interesting. Good points you make. Although I understand their apprehension. Media - magazines, movies, TV shows - are increasingly encroaching on their industry. How are we to know what is, you know, adult entertainment and what's mainstream entertainment? Poor adult entertainment stars.