Mike Edison has a sure-fire hook for his memoir: sex, drugs and journalism. Edison, former High Times editor and publisher and now the editor in chief of the revived Screw magazine, says his book will feature “more strippers, prowrestlers, porn stars, pranksters, potheads and punk rockers than have ever been assembled in one place.” So far, the list of well-known folks whose names will appear include Evel Knievel, Al Goldstein, Keith Richards and Snoop Dogg.


from www.theoympian.com

“Don’t talk to strangers” is one of the first rules most parents teach their children.

But that rule is rarely followed on the World Wide Web.
The anonymity of the Internet often gives stalkers, sex offenders, scam artists and other criminals easier access to children, authorities say.

Here are some questions and answers about online safety.

Q: What are some signs that my child might be at risk for an online predator?

A: There are several signs to watch for. Among them:

• He or she spends large amounts of time on the Internet, especially at night. While predators are online around the clock, most work during the day and spend their evenings online trying to locate and lure children or seeking pornography, authorities say.

• You find pornography on your child’s computer.Sex offenders often supply porn as a way to strike up a conversation and seduce potential victims. Report any online child pornography to your Internet service provider and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 800-843-5678.

• Your child is receiving telephone calls from adults you don’t know, or is making calls, sometimes long distance, to numbers you don’t recognize. Online predators often engage in “phone sex” with children, or use the phone to set up an actual meeting for sex.

Some predators obtain toll-free 800 numbers so their potential victims can call without their parents finding out. Others tell children to call them collect.

• Your child tuns off the computer monitor or quickly changes the screen when you enter a room — a sign that he or she might be viewing or posting inappropriate material.

Q: What should you do if you suspect your child is communicating with a sex predator online?

A: Consider talking openly about your concerns and suspicions. Review the material on your child’s computer for pornographic or sexual communication. Monitor your child’s access to all types of electronic communications, including chat rooms, instant messaging, text messages on cell phones. Sex offenders usually meet potential victims in chat rooms, but continue to chat with them via e-mail or other form of private communication, authorities say.

Q: How can you minimize the chances of a predator or scam artist victimizing your child?

A: It’s all about communication.

Teach your child about the potential of online danger: Let them know that it’s important to never give out personal information over the Internet, such as their real name, address, telephone number, school, workplace and hometown. Tell them never to agree to a face-to-face meeting with an online friend without your permission. If they plan to meet an online friend, they should take a friend, and arrange the meeting in a public place.

Other suggestions:

• Ask your child to show you his or her favorite Web sites.
• Get to know your children’s online friends, just as you would their regular friends.
• Use parental controls provided by your internet service provider, and find out what online safeguards are in your child’s school, library and friends’ computers, places outside your normal supervision.
• Monitor chat room use.
• Maintain access to your children’s e-mail accounts, and randomly check their messages.
• Consider asking your child to sign an Internet safety pledge, an agreement between the two of you about what’s OK and what’s not in cyberspace.

“As long as the parents and child have an open communication, put the computer in a common area and follow some common sense tips …they shouldn’t have a problem,” said Detective Jason Glantz, with the Washington State Patrol’s Missing and Exploited Children Task Force.


The AVN Pre-Noms are out… and there’s QUITE a bit of competition this year in MANY categories.

But something really interesting has come up when I called a performer to get a quote about her nomination!! This will be a Lukeford.com exclusive.

It’s going to be a BLOCKBUSTER of an announcement, having to do with someone up for a major AVN Award.

Stay tuned for this exclusive story!!!

(ok ok already….. I’ve had over 300 emails about WHAT’S THE SCOOP???…. all I will say is this. The exclusive breaking news story INVOLVES and will be written by Taylor Rain herself.)



Fayner Posts: You know that porno actor Damian? I guess it don’t matter unless you’re me and tell him every opportunity that not only have I fired off numerous knuckle-children (great quote from the Family Guy movie) to his sister Sondra Hall I also enjoy sharing with the whole world the things I would do with her if only she’d be mine. Things like shopping for vegetables and watching her drink my polluted semen.

So Damian came by the house on Sunday night ’cause he’s part of TR’s yet-to-be-named Glamis Posse, and obviously the first thing I asked about was Sondra. She’s the kind of chick I dig: gorgeous and whore-like with a real figure, one that looks like it enjoys a good steak and not crack cocaine.

Where was I? Oh, yeah. Damian tells me he now lives in Pennsylvania, as does his sister, one Sondra Hall.

So basically after I asked him about her he told me she’s opening a bar. Good for her. I’d drink there if I was allowed in Pennsylvania. But I’m not.

Not sure if she’s implemating her mouth’s “no last call…always open” policy at her drinking saloon. We’ll keep you posted.



Literary porn star Jenna Jameson has launched a very odd online crusade against her blog designer, claiming the poor fellow – whose Web moniker is AmoreItaliano – has been exploiting her and her friends for fame and fortune.

The 31-year-old Jameson, author of the 2004 best-seller "How to Make Love Like a Porn Star," as well as the female lead in such classics as "I Love Lesbians" and "Blown Away," has posted warnings on her myspace.com profile about the Web designer, whom she identifies as "A.J."

"I have been having major issues with this guy," she wrote last week. "[He’s] asking all of my friends to add him [to their myspace.com profiles], and mooching money from friends of mine."

Jameson – who notes in her own myspace.com profile that she’s "married," "bi" and makes an annual salary of "$250,000 and higher" – also posted an E-mail from a friend who claims that A.J. is trying to use his Jenna connections to break into the hard-core industry.

Jameson’s pal warned: "My friends and I have been receiving messages from him for over two weeks now about how he’d love us to become Adult Stars … and that you would be willing to sponsor the costs of getting our faces out there. … Who knows how many other people he’s made promises to under your name?"

Reached over AOL Instant Messenger, the notorious A.J. attributed the spat to a "technological misunderstanding." "Jenna and I have talked things out and have resolved all misunderstandings," he messaged, refusing to give his name. "A post like that, promising money from [Jameson’s Internet porn company] Club Jenna, or sponsorships was never made by me and Jenna knows this."

Jameson’s agent didn’t return detailed messages.


These are two stunners!!! And it’s amazing how similar they are in so many ways! Kendra was always known for her sexual energy and her willingness to do anything, plus she’s a petite stick of dynamite and when she gets behind the whgeel of a car (or truck) watch out.

Well, Roxy is every bit as energetic as Kendra sexually, she is quickly becoming one of the top 10 requested performers in the biz, and she can’t drive a lick either!!!


See more exclusive photos and videos of Roxy and kendra Jade at PORNSTAR.com


Source: Life & Style Weekly, 28 November, 2005

Angelina’s Ex Says She’s Cheating On Brad!

Angie’s always been close to first husband Jonny Lee Miller — and now he says they’re still together!

The U2 concert in Las Vegas was a hot ticket. But the real entertainment at the MGM Grand on Nov. 5 was in the audience, where actor Jonny Lee Miller, 33, was overheard telling an insider that he and ex-wife Angelina Jolie, 30, are much more than friends.

“Mr. Pitt has no idea who Angie really is,” Jonny says, according to a witness. “We love each other deeply, and Mr. Pitt, I’m sure, doesn’t know how much we love each other — or how often!”

Still together
Hold on. Back up. How often? “Jonny says he and Angie were still very much lovers, that they had many secret rendezvous that Brad was completely unaware of and that when Brad found out, he’d be destroyed,” says the eyewitness. “And Jonny didn’t care. He doesn’t seem to like Brad much at all.”

A rep for Jonny declined to comment, and Angelina’s manager didn’t respond to a request for a comment. Brad’s publicist denies the story.

How Brad’s coping
It appears that Brad, 41, distrusts Jonny as much as Jonny seems to dislike him. Brad “wants to be everything to Angelina,” says a longtime friend of the Pitt family. “He loves her. He wants to marry her. He wants to be the one she turns to when she’s troubled. So he gets sad and tense when Angelina seeks solace with Jonny. He knows what Jonny means to her.”

But if Brad does intend to walk down the aisle with Angie, he may have to get used to sharing her. After all, she’s been open about her preference for multiple lovers. In a June Vanity Fair interview, she says she has met them in hotel rooms. In that same interview she called those relationships “so healthy and so honest, the most honest relationships I’ve ever had.”

Can they make it?
Though Jonny — who was married to Angelina from 1996 to 1999 — brought a girlfriend with him to the U2 concert, his focus was clearly on someone else. “Angie believes in what she calls ‘freedom of love’” he says. “She believes you should always be free to share your love with whomever you wish. That was something I had to learn to deal with, and it’s certainly going to become an issue for Mr. Pitt.”

And soon. Jonny also revealed that he’s planning to spend Christmas with Brad and Angelina in London. “It’s the first husband meeting the next husband,” he said. “I don’t think Brad’s going to like it, but Angie and I have only become closer since our divorce.”

He also offered an early prediction for the New Year: “If Angie and Brad marry, he’s in for one hell of a ride,” he said. “But when it fails, I’ll be there to help her pick up the pieces.”


from PerezHilton.com message board

THE already shaky marriage between Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey is about to hit another big speedbump.

Jessica Jaymes, a porn star who performed raunchy sex acts with another woman in front of Lachey and pals at a bachelor party last year, is trying to sell a story to the tabs about what she claims really happened that night — and it isn’t pretty.

Last year, Star magazine reported in a story where no one was on the record that Lachey and his crew met up with Jaymes and two female friends ["an Asian and a blonde"] at an L.A. club. The crew later went back to a Hollywood Hills home where the women gave a sexual performance, which included "whipped cream and sex toys." Also with the group was a male friend of Jaymes.

At one point, Lachey got on the bed with the girls and seemed "in a trance." Eventually, Jaymes’ male pal became "so concerned" about something that Star doesn’t specify, he "intervened," pulling Jaymes away from the bed — to Lachey’s "dismay."

Now, we hear, Jaymes and her business manager Gordon Yugovich are asking $1 million plus syndication rights to the "entire story" with steamy details that are sure to make Simpson’s hair stand on end. This time, not only will Jaymes be on the record, but her two girlfriends as well as the man who pulled her from the bed are supposedly going to talk — all confirming Jaymes’ story.

Both Jaymes and Yugovich refused to "confirm or deny" details to PAGE SIX, although both noted something was being shopped around.

We also hear Jaymes is going to shop a book about the incident. But so far, there have been no takers. The deal has gone out to Life & Style and In Touch, as well as Us Weekly, National Enquirer and Star.

Maybe no one is buying because Jaymes has already gone on the record with Howard Stern saying "nothing happened," according to Lachey’s attorney, Martin Singer. And she told PAGE SIX last year, "Everything’s been exaggerated."

A rep for AMI said: "The National Enquirer was contacted about a story and isn’t interested" — a sentiment echoed by Us Weekly.

But in an ominous sign, Simpson is no longer repped by Hollywood stalwart Brad Cafarelli, but by Rob Shuter at Dan Klores Communications — known to many as a "crisis management" firm.