Posted: January 1st, 2012 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Not Porn, NSFW R18, Social Network Sites, Socially Engineered | Tags: Adult Industry, Adult Industry Actors, Facebook, Myspace, NSFW!, Porn, Pornstars, Social Media, social network sites, twitter | Comments Off on Facebook Ignores New Sex Revolution? Pornstars Are People Too!?
WARNING! NSFW! CONTAINS NUDITY AND ADULT THEMES!
Twitter jumps on humping bandwagon, come-on Facebook Pornstars are people too. Talk to any baby boomer and they will say the sexual revolution happened in the sixties, the real truth is that it never really stopped with each new generation pushing the revolution a little further.
The big shift in the 60’s can be boiled down to thinking sex was only a reproductive activity to now enjoying sex as a social activity. If you still think the 60’s was the sexual revolution, go on twitter and follow a Pornstar, nothing is out of bounds, these people are unshockable. The real sexual revolution is happening now more than ever, it’s been driven by how people interact online.
2010 was the year that established Pornstars on social media sites. Facebook continued removing accounts of people showing too much flesh throughout 2011, Twitter and MySpace were revelling in the dispelled traffic. MySpace had its share of dirt but it never really made it mainstream enough to be more than a sideline. Twitter on the other hand was the ground breaking site. Their hand’s off approach allowed Pornstars and their fans to interact with-out boundaries, which they do.
However, Facebook’s flesh ban wasn’t only limited to pornstars, many sexting teenagers have also been removed. As per usual, Facebook gave no reason and no appeal is possible, the accounts simply disappear. Ironically if you wanted to remove every trace of yourself from the social network site, you’d find it next to impossible. So the new strategy for removing your profile from Facebook has to be Photoshop a picture of yourself, include porn in the title or tag, and post the picture in your Facebook album.
Posted: October 26th, 2011 | Author: M.Aaron Silverman | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: Blip, china, Cult of Celebrity, Dear Leader, Facebook, Favorite New Thought, Kim Han Sol, Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong Nam, Kim Jong Un, Kim Jong-il, M.Aaron Silverman, Myspace, North Korea, Social Media, Socially Engineered, Song Hye-Rim, That Human Condition, They Said What?, Tokyo Disneyland, twitter, YouTube, Yuri Irsenovich Kim | Comments Off on Midweek Meltdown: Kim Jong il's Family Matters
Our favorite dicator, North Korean leader Kim Jong-il – aka Yuri Irsenovich Kim aka Dear Leader – has been in absolute power now for 18 years. Forbes ranks the Supreme Leader as 31st in it’s List of The World’s Most Powerful People. Don’t let his iron-fisted power fool you though. It seems the Genral has as much trouble as the next man keeping his family in-line. A quick rundown on our favorite dictator reveals some astounding facts: 1. Soviet records show that Kim Jong-il was born in the village of Vyatskoye, near Khabarovsk, in 1941, where his father, Kim Il-sung, commanded the 1st Battalion of the Soviet 88th Brigade, made up of Chinese and Korean exiles. Kim Jong-il’s official biography states that he was born in a secret military camp on Baekdu Mountain in Japanese Korea on 16 February 1942. Official biographers claim that his birth at Baekdu Mountain was foretold by a swallow, and heralded by the appearance of a double rainbow over the mountain and a new star in the heavens. There are more of these nuggets in the wiki at the end of this post. Back to those family problems! M★S READ MORE
Posted: July 1st, 2011 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: Blip, Diana Detaux, Diana Detox, Facebook, Facebook, Justin Timberlake, Kiss My . . ., Myspace, Newscorp, Rupert Murdoch, Tec Ass, Technoid Computer News | Comments Off on Newscorp Sells Myspace for Chump-Change!?
News Corp has bit the brass bullet and sold Myspace copping a wopping loss of $US545 Million – Not including Operating Losses – Rupert Murdoch’s dream of his very own Facebook has come to a crashing close. Myspace was purchased by Murdoch in 2005 for $US580 Million. Myspace was picked up Yesterday by Specific Media for $US35 Million, the deal includes slashing about half of Myspace’s 500 staff. Specific Media is owned by Justin – yes that Justin – Timberlake! Just to rub Murdoch’s nose in more poo, Myspace was sold via a non-cash deal , Newscorp will retain 5% of Myspace D★D Ouch