WHY MY LOWRIDER IS FOR SALE!!!!!!!!!!!

My lowrider is for sale because it’s too much maintenance and guys hate that I have a cooler truck than them. I can’t help the fact that I have good taste in cars. I am over it and I would like to sell it to some rich dude that loves my movies. It’s a fun truck and i will show you how to cruise in it!

VALUE: $38,000 – SELL PRICE $28,000

Here are some features of the truck:

It’s a 2001 ford F-150. Has only 30,000 miles!!!!!! That’s less than 10,0000 a year. Holla!

Also it has four switches, two compressors, two batteries, nas tank, brand new tail-lights, its silver with custom suede interior (its sick), bass knobs so you can lower the bass or increase the bass, also, custom grill, custom mirrors, chrome knobs on everything, tons of amp power and 3 – 12’s in the back! It’s sick! Will have pictures soon! Hit me up on my e mail! Holla!

More info when you e mail me!

TMFR
Owner, writer, and editor

PEOPLE IN HOUSTON ARE TRYING TO HARD!!!!!

(Last weekend I signed at Zone D Erotica in Houston, Texas… this is how it went – TMFR)

After a long day of work and making people smile the last thing we wanted to do was go out with a bunch of texans that don’t know how to really party! But Ellie and i said fuck it! Lets do this! Lets see what these people about!

What I learned about texans: first off they are not original. They all wear the same strip button down shirts (lame).

Also they were asking me where I’m originally from. I said “the OC”. Oh like the show the OC. You can’t compare are hood to the OC. Then someone else said to me. When you say the “valley” that reminds me of clueless the movie. How lame!!!!!! So I asked this guy that is from Austin. Does the real world Austin, show the real Austin or are we missing stuff. He said it’s not all about just getting drunk in bars and clubs. We have great national forests, and natural hot springs and we go off-roadin. What a loser!!!!!

This other guy thought he was a baller dancing with hookers and drinkin champagne out of the bottle. The owner of the club told me he was a billionaire. I was like duh! You don’t think i can point this shit out. I think texans try to hard to impress people and that’s not hot to me.
 
This other guys name was Dallas and his brothers name was Houston. Oh how original is that? So i asked him if there was anybody in his family called austin. He said “no” but its on reserve for when he has a child. 

Everybody had the treo or the flat cingular phone. Dallas did and so did Houston.

The lady that took care of us was even trying to impress us. We have a VIP table and only certain people can roll thru. And kept repeating that we have a VIP table. Big fuckin deal!

The only cool person was the owner of the club. His name was Jonathan and club was called Joya! He was also a Jew. That was the first Jew i met in Texas. He showed us a good time and made sure we were drunk and stupid. And we were getting high in the office. That was rad!!!!!

Oh yeah Houston people don’t really like potheads!!!!!!!! So many people said no to me! Whatever!

LA IS HARD!!!!!! HOUSTON IS WHACK!!!!!!!

I guess what I’m trying to say is that we are not trying to be cool we just are and Houston people were always trying to be cool and that’s whack!!!!!!! Sorry Houston dudes! You guys will always suck unless you move to la!

TAYLOR RAIN
OWNER, WRITER, EDITOR

MALE TALENT SUCKS AND GIRL TALENT ROCKS!!!

On the set with Roxy Jezel all day, who did the first scene for Vincent Voss’ yet-untitled new ANAL masterpiece, a blistering DP with Anthony Hardwood and Sascha. There was no problem with those guys, and if I were a guy I would have been beating like Finch was.

Third scene was for my movie ”IN THE PINK” and was suppose to be with Roxy Jezel and Mr. Pete and HE CANCELED!!!! I thought we were all professional in the porn industry.   I’m pissed that Mr. Pete would cancel for MY MOVIE! However, Alex sanders showed up and did amazing scene with roxy jezel. She pucked a few times from being throat fucked upside down! That’s some good shit! HOLLA!

The point of this fuckin story is that girls are being more professional than the males are. What’s up with that????? As a director it’s very frustrating when people cancel last minute! Please try to be more professional. Thanks!

TMFR
OWNER, WRITER AND EDITOR

NOT THE MOST RECENT GOSSIP, BUT GOSSIP NONETHELESS…

You’re young, you’re drunk, you’re in bed, you have knives; shit happens…"

-Angelina Jolie

Fayner Posts: A former Vivid Girl, recently angered that her ex-boyfriend wasn’t paying enough attention to her, decided to stab him with a knife. It did get his attention, although it was hardly of the kissing and smooching variety. The knife wound needed stitches, while the chick needs help.

And there you have it…

DESPITE STRICT LAWS AGAINST IT, VP CHENEY SEEKS TO GRANT CIA LICENSE TO TORTURE WITHOUT PROSECUTION!

"WITH MY NEW PLAN, ANY CIA PERSON IS FREE TO TORTURE AS THEY SEE FIT. ME PERSONALLY, I LIKE THE TORTURE WHERE YOU TAKE THE PRISONER AND PUT YOUR HANDS LIKE SO, AND…"

 
THE LAW
(c) Conspiracy.— A person who conspires to commit an offense under this section shall be subject to the same penalties (other than the penalty of death) as the penalties prescribed for the offense, the commission of which was the object of the conspiracy.

www.washingtonpost.com   The Bush administration has proposed exempting employees of the Central Intelligence Agency from a legislative measure endorsed earlier this month by 90 members of the Senate that would bar cruel and degrading treatment of any prisoners in U.S. custody.

The proposal, which two sources said Vice President Cheney handed last Thursday to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) in the company of CIA Director Porter J. Goss, states that the measure barring inhumane treatment shall not apply to counterterrorism operations conducted abroad or to operations conducted by "an element of the United States government" other than the Defense Department.

Although most detainees in U.S. custody in the war on terrorism are held by the U.S. military, the CIA is said by former intelligence officials and others to be holding several dozen detainees of particular intelligence interest at locations overseas — including senior al Qaeda figures Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Abu Zubaida.

Cheney’s proposal is drafted in such a way that the exemption from the rule barring ill treatment could require a presidential finding that "such operations are vital to the protection of the United States or its citizens from terrorist attack." But the precise applicability of this section is not clear, and none of those involved in last week’s discussions would discuss it openly yesterday.

McCain, the principal sponsor of the legislation, rejected the proposed exemption at the meeting with Cheney, according to a government source who spoke without authorization and on the condition of anonymity. McCain spokeswoman Eileen McMenamin declined to comment. But the exemption has been assailed by human rights experts critical of the administration’s handling of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan.

"This is the first time they’ve said explicitly that the intelligence community should be allowed to treat prisoners inhumanely," said Tom Malinowski, the Washington advocacy director for Human Rights Watch. "In the past, they’ve only said that the law does not forbid inhumane treatment." Now, he said, the administration is saying more concretely that it cannot be forbidden.

The provision in question — which the Senate on Oct. 5 voted 90 to 9 to attach to its version of the pending defense appropriations bill over the administration’s opposition — essentially proscribes harsh treatment of any detainees in U.S. custody or control anywhere in the world. It was specifically drafted to close what its backers say is a loophole in the administration’s policy of generally barring torture, namely its legal contention that these constraints do not apply to treatment of foreigners on foreign soil.

The House version of the appropriations bill contains no similar provision on detainee treatment, and lawmakers are to meet later this week to begin reconciling the conflict.

Cheney’s meeting with McCain last week was his third attempt to persuade the lawmaker, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam, to accept a less broad legislative bar against inhumane treatment. Cheney spokeswoman Lea Anne McBride declined to comment, saying, "the vice president does not discuss private conversations that he has with members [of Congress] . . . or information that may be exchanged with members."

She added that the intent of such meetings is usually "to build consensus on legislative issues, still in the policymaking process." CIA spokeswoman Jennifer Millerwise Dyck, a former Cheney aide, said the agency does not comment on the director’s meetings.

Other sources said the vice president is also still fighting a second provision of the Senate-passed legislation, which requires that detainees in Defense Department custody anywhere in the world may be subjected only to interrogation techniques approved and listed in the Army’s Field Manual.

The manual is undergoing revision, and McCain has contended that this process will give the military sufficient flexibility to respond to terrorist countermeasures. But Cheney’s office has argued in talking points being circulated on Capitol Hill that the manual "will be inapplicable in certain instances" because of such countermeasures.

The CIA has been implicated in a number of alleged abuses in Iraq and has been linked to at least a few cases in which detainees have died during interrogations at separate military bases throughout the country. So far, no CIA operatives have been charged in connection with the abuse, although a single CIA contract employee is on trial for involvement in the death of an Afghanistan detainee, and sources have indicated that a grand jury may be looking at other allegations involving the CIA.

A report by the CIA inspector general’s office on the agency’s role in the handling of detainees is classified. It has been shown to the Justice Department and briefed only to a few lawmakers. Several military investigations have already blamed the CIA for leading a program in Iraq that essentially made detainees disappear within the military’s detention system with no record of their captivity — a practice that human rights groups have said violated international laws of war.

In a particularly infamous case, a detainee at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq named Manadel Jamadi was photographed after his death, packed in ice, by military police soldiers at the facility. He allegedly died in a shower room during interrogation by CIA officers after being brought there by Navy Seal team members. A high-level CIA operative allegedly helped conceal Jamadi’s death after Army officers found his body.

But the extent of the CIA’s direct involvement in torture is unclear, partly because the agency has been reluctant to help the Defense Department’s many investigations into abuse and has refused to provide Army officers with documents deemed relevant to the probes.

ARIZONA RAPE VICTIM DENIED “MORNING AFTER” PILL FROM PHARMACIST BECAUSE OF RELIGIOUS AND MORAL OBJECTIONS!

APPARENTLY THE 143 MILLION UNWANTED CHILDREN IN THE WORLD NEED A NEW PLAYMATE

THE MOST SHOCKING PART OF THIS STORY IS THAT ALTHOUGH IT WAS VETOED, MANY TUCSON DRUGSTORE CHAINS ALLOW AS POLICY A PHARMACIST’S RIGHT TO REFUSE EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION ON RELIGIOUS AND MORAL GROUNDS

IS THE STATE WHICH ONLY RECOGNIZED MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY FOLLOWING A TOURISM-BOYCOTT THREAT NOW CHALLENGING A WOMAN’S RIGHT TO CHOOSE?

YOU BE THE JUDGE

http://www.dailystar.com Although it is safe, effective and legal, emergency contraception – the "morning after" pill – can be hard to find in Tucson.

After a sexual assault one recent weekend, a young Tucson woman spent three frantic days trying to obtain the drug to prevent a pregnancy, knowing that each passing day lowered the chance the drug would work.

While calling dozens of Tucson pharmacies trying to fill a prescription for emergency contraception, she found that most did not stock the drug.

When she finally did find a pharmacy with it, she said she was told the pharmacist on duty would not dispense it because of religious and moral objections.

"I was so shocked," said the 20-year-old woman, who, as a victim of sexual assault, is not being named by the Star. "I just did not understand how they could legally refuse to do this."

But many stores are. A 2004 survey of more than 900 Arizona pharmacies found less than half keep emergency contraception drugs in stock, with most saying there is too little demand, but some cite moral reasons, according to the Arizona Family Planning Council.

Yet, family-planning agencies say they’ve seen a 60 percent increase in demand for the drug in recent years. The statistics are creating what advocates say is a frightening situation for some women. But others are glad pharmacists have a choice.

Women who report sexual assaults to police receive treatment, examination and the immediate offer of emergency contraception at a local emergency room, according to the policy of most Tucson hospitals.

But, like many sexual assault victims, the 20-year-old woman did not report the assault because she felt traumatized and guilty she had put herself in a situation that left her vulnerable. She was mistakenly locked outside a gathering at a friend’s house and accepted the offer of a neighbor to stay at his place.

"This (sex) was with someone I did not even know and did not want to have intercourse with, and I am in no place now to have children," she said. "I just don’t think this should be the pharmacist’s decision."

The manager of the Fry’s pharmacy at 3920 E. Grant Road, where the refusal occurred, offered to find another location where the prescription could be filled, according to a Fry’s spokeswoman. But the young woman said she was offered no other options.

Although emergency contraception drugs have been around in one form or another for more than two decades, they remain highly controversial, with anti-abortionists and religious conservatives saying they can abort a fertilized egg.

To be taken within three to five days of unprotected intercourse, emergency contraception – also known as "Plan B" – prevents pregnancy by stopping ovulation, fertilization or implantation of a fertilized egg. The sooner the emergency contraception is taken after intercourse, the more effective it is.

More widespread use of emergency contraception could prevent as many as 800,000 surgical abortions a year, according to family-planning groups such as Planned Parenthood.

Controversy over emergency contraception is roiling now at the national level, with FDA scientists resigning over the agency’s refusal to allow emergency contraception to be sold over the counter, without a prescription.

The issue surfaced in Arizona last winter, when Gov. Janet Napolitano vetoed a bill that would have permitted pharmacists to refuse to dispense it on moral or religious grounds.

But her veto was essentially meaningless, as most of the drugstore chains that dominate Tucson already allow that as a matter of corporate policy. Most also require that the customer be immediately referred to another pharmacist or drugstore willing to fill the prescription.

"The idea is, if our pharmacist won’t dispense it, the patient will know where to go to get it," said Michael Polzin, a national Walgreens spokesman.

That same policy is in effect at all Fry’s Food Store pharmacies, said Fry’s spokeswoman Kendra Doyel.

On the night three weeks ago when an on-duty Fry’s pharmacist refused to fill the emergency contraception prescription, the pharmacy manager offered to find another pharmacy that would, according to Doyel.

"He felt he was making every attempt to help her get what she needed. A pharmacist would never just say ‘you’re out of luck,’ " said Doyel, who would not allow any of the Fry’s employees involved in the incident to be interviewed.

But a friend with the sexual assault victim that night strongly disputed that account.

"He (the manager) said he would fill it himself if we could get there before his shift ended, within 10 minutes," said Sabrina Fladness, a University of Arizona student and owner of a computer service business.

"But we were more than 10 minutes away, so that was impossible. So he said we would have to come back the next morning" – after the shift of the refusing pharmacist ended.

"He made no provision for getting it that night," she said.

The two also attempted to obtain the drug at a Planned Parenthood clinic, but could not afford the $70 cost and apparently were not informed that Planned Parenthood will work out payment on a sliding scale fee.

"We have all kinds of compassion for a rape victim – in that case, Plan B is OK, the church has no problem with it," said Ron Johnson, with the Arizona Catholic Conference, which supports the right of any health-care worker to refuse to dispense emergency contraception and lobbied hard for passage of the Arizona law to allow it.

But the biggest roadblock to obtaining emergency contraception was that most pharmacies simply do not stock it, Fladness said. She said she called nearly 50, before finding two that had it and agreed to dispense it.

The Fry’s spokeswoman could not immediately say how many of its stores had emergency contraception in stock. Polzin, the national Walgreens spokesman, said only one of the 50 Walgreens in the Tucson area did not have the drug on the shelves last week.

But that somewhat contradicts the formal Arizona Family Planning Council survey that found only 43 percent of Arizona pharmacies keep it in stock, with most that don’t – nearly 60 percent – citing lack of demand as the reason. Another 10 percent cited moral reasons.

At the same time, officials at Planned Parenthood say they have seen a dramatic rise in demand for emergency contraception in recent years – filling more than 5,000 prescriptions for it this year, compared with 3,000 last year.