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04-19-14  05:18pm - 2 hrs China is "Cleaning the Internet in 2014" (3 Posts) - #4
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No, they actually mean 3.4 million files. It's staggering how little that amounts to. What a great and effective use of the people's resources!

04-15-14  06:10pm - 4 days China is "Cleaning the Internet in 2014" (3 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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China is "Cleaning the Internet in 2014"

Yet another year in China's quest to "clean" the internet of porn. It's efforts are so appreciated. They boasted that in 2012 they deleted 3.4 million files, well that sounds like a lot, but it's not when you consider how much porn is actually online, and that most of the files they deleted probably were backed up many other places. My own collection alone has about 2 million when you count all images individually.

Here's the latest development in China's quest to clean the internet.

WARNING: This image is graphic and disturbing. It may be painful to look at. You say you're a seasoned porn afficionado and you've seen it all? Then this applies ESPECIALLY to you! Scroll down at your own risk.
















Yes, that is a mountain of porn DVD's being steamrolled. They could have just asked me, and I would have taken that off their hands. Oh well, maybe next time.

04-14-14  04:46pm - 5 days Name recognition in porn (11 Posts) - #11
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Oh, I'm totally with you. The only person I feel inclined to share porn with in person is my wife.

Then again, I have gone to strip clubs with friends and colleagues, and it's just been fun, not awkward at all. At the same time, strip clubs can't deliver on my personal tastes like porn can.

I'm not saying that the anonymity that the internet has given us is a bad thing at all - I love it. I'm just saying that the experience of finding your first Playboy or whatever and sharing it with your friends is not so relevant today with so much online porn, so therefore porn is making less of an impact on pop culture.

04-13-14  09:45am - 6 days Name recognition in porn (11 Posts) - #9
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I also think it was part of growing up in the pre-internet era that someone would find that legendary first Playboy, Penthouse, or Hustler, and show it off to all of their friends. Nowadays, looking at porn online isn't a shared experience, everyone usually does it alone. People are less apt to talk about their favorite sites, so there is less of an impact on pop culture.

04-11-14  05:36pm - 8 days There's a "pornography crisis in the lesbian community"? (4 Posts) - #4
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Women definitely do have their own tastes in porn. My wife just told me today she's getting into Hentai because of the story lines. I am intrigued.

04-11-14  05:20pm - 8 days What to do about the Heartbleed Virus? (2 Posts) - #3
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Damn, my credit card was already compromised. Fortunately, the bank caught it right away, and it seems for now that any harm has been averted.

They did ask me about that "ALS Scan" transaction showing up on my statement, and I was like, "Yeah, that's OK." They probably had no idea what it was anyway.

Once my new card comes, I'm definitely taking a break for a few days until things get patched.

04-10-14  06:04pm - 9 days Name recognition in porn (11 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Name recognition in porn

I was just thinking how the biggest names in porn today, such as Met Art and DDF, still don't seem to get the same name recognition among average guys as companies like Playboy, Penthouse, and Hustler. I imagine that if most of my friends were polled, they would sooner think that Met Art is a museum in New York and DDF a pesticide like DDT, rather than realize that they are giants in today's world of porn. Why so little name recognition in pop culture?

Also, I bet if you polled the same group, they would know porntube.com and xhamster.com right away.

04-06-14  02:51pm - 13 days Clara-G.com and LiveGonzo.com now closed (3 Posts) - #3
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Yup, no updates for a while. It's finally gone now though.

04-05-14  02:40pm - 14 days Clara-G.com and LiveGonzo.com now closed (3 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Clara-G.com and LiveGonzo.com now closed

These were the two sites owned by Raul Cristian's Cruel Media Productions, and it looks like they closed their entire operation and took their sites down in January. Glad I checked out Clara-G.com while it was still around, but it's too bad that this portion of her iconic work will no longer be available. Looks like it's time to de-list the two sites.

Those who missed out on Clara-G.com can find a very similar site at FistFlush.com. Clara G and friends with lots of fisting, squirting, and peeing was the theme of both sites.

04-02-14  07:55pm - 17 days Porn actresses in unexpected settings (20 Posts) - #15
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They must have known, it's on IMDB and her wiki page.

04-02-14  06:35pm - 17 days Porn actresses in unexpected settings (20 Posts) - #13
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Saeeda Vorajee aka Sahara Knite worked in porn and even did two scenes for wettingherpanties.com before moving on to acting to play the role of Armeca in HBO's Game of Thrones.

03-31-14  04:29pm - 19 days How Old Is This Stuff? (8 Posts) - #8
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SuzeClassics.com is good for having some of their earlier work, but they don't have all of it. It looks like they were updating by adding more old sets to their offerings up until 6 months ago, but then they stopped. I personally have a number of their old lost sets that were posted a long time ago on Suze.net and never offered on SuzeClassics.com. I emailed their webmaster to ask if they had any plans to resume updates, or if I could request particular shoots that hadn't been added yet, but I had no response. Too bad to think this great treasure trove of classic shoots is out there somewhere, yet it looks like it won't be posted again in its entirety.

03-31-14  04:03pm - 19 days Looking for a free file (bulk ) converter. (4 Posts) - #2
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I don't know of a free converter that works in bulk, but I have not looked either. My advice is to keep the original WMV's too. You may already know this, but unless file conversion is done with the utmost care, it results in loss of quality from re-sampling the original file.

03-23-14  07:11pm - 27 days Bonnie Rotten as the new 'Squirtwoman' (23 Posts) - #7
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Originally Posted by pat362:


^No it has never been released and since it's a couple of years old now than it likely never will.


My understanding is that it has been leaked.

03-23-14  05:37pm - 27 days Bonnie Rotten as the new 'Squirtwoman' (23 Posts) - #6
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OK, so I just checked back in at CrazyBabe.com, and they just put some fucked up clown shit on their landing page. If you can get beyond the weirdness, there are lots of good solo shoots inside.

03-23-14  05:27pm - 27 days Bonnie Rotten as the new 'Squirtwoman' (23 Posts) - #5
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So I definitely prefer the natural look because it's hard or often impossible to improve on it with surgery or procedures. If there are models who I'm really into, I consider it a travesty if they give up their natural breasts for implants or scrawl ink all over their bodies. So how is it that I still like Bonnie? The only thing that I like more than natural women is variety. I do want to see some totally tatted up ladies every now and then, and Bonnie does that well. If you are on the fence about enjoying tattooed women in the right context, check out CrazyBabe.com. Lots of their models are tatted up plus piercings with a very alt look. The settings are deliberately grungy, but they are photographed extremely well by Bob Coulter, producing very contrasty images full of highlights and shadows and popping with color. Total eye candy. Anyway, if you just look at the samples from that site, hopefully you might agree that tattoos can be good in the right context.

03-23-14  01:40pm - 27 days Porn actresses in unexpected settings (20 Posts) - #4
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Holy shit, you guys are going to think this is crazy, but I just saw one of my ex-girlfriends from high school in porn. She has a very distinctive and beautiful face, and the video was shot where she lives, so I have no doubt in my mind this was her. She's not a recognizable porn model, and I doubt many of you would have seen the video, but it's a relatively run of the mill solo peeing clip to be honest. I can't say the site though, because I would hate to blow her cover. I'm not a jerk like T Bag from Duke.

Anyway, this was really cool and totally unexpected. She peed for me a few times in high school, now she's taken to doing it for the camera. Unbelievable!

03-22-14  06:32pm - 28 days Bonnie Rotten as the new 'Squirtwoman' (23 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Bonnie Rotten as the new 'Squirtwoman'

So I just read that Bonnie Rotten is going to be the next Elegant Angels 'Squirtwoman', following Jada Fire and Cytherea. What do you guys think of the choice?

I know there are going to be a variety of reactions here, but I think it's awesome that they chose Bonnie Rotten. While the natural look is my favorite, I also love a woman with tattoos. I have actually thought for a while that it would be great if Bonnie did some peeing or squirting stuff, and now it is finally happening.

Cytherea was a tough act to top, so we'll see how Bonnie does, but I think she'll bring something new and exciting to the role.

02-13-14  05:00pm - 65 days Still saving and collecting downloads? Does it make sense anymore? (23 Posts) - #24
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I couldn't agree with you more. When I took an inventory of my collection and checked what was still around as of last year, I found that almost 300 sites that once featured peeing content have either removed some or all of it or closed. Almost 350 remain that either still have everything or I haven't had a chance to check them out yet. It's pretty cool that you're into this stuff too. It would be great to compare notes with you. You don't have private messages enabled on your PU account, but feel free to PM/email me if you like.

02-12-14  05:06pm - 66 days Anyone remember the first days of their internet porn usage? (28 Posts) - #8
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I remember the first video I ever saw of a woman peeing. Her stream was a tetris-like shower of very large white pixels. It was actually funny, and I wish I still had it!

02-12-14  03:45pm - 66 days Damnit! Now can't pay for porn with UK debit card!! (5 Posts) - #6
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Perhaps it is wise Pat, and I can only agree with you that you are right in wanting responsibility from the industry, especially when you think of family members.

My concern is that these regulations are not being created in good faith. There are certainly many elected officials in the UK and other countries who would like to ban porn outright, but they have to settle for these little victories instead. Was the permanent closure of two sites necessary? Couldn't they just have taken them offline for a day to send a message? These bureaucrats and politicians cite good reasons for introducing online safety controls, true. Unfortunately, many see no legitimacy in the industry whatsoever, and it is reflected in the heavy handed way in which they enforce their policies.

02-11-14  05:23pm - 67 days Anyone remember the first days of their internet porn usage? (28 Posts) - #4
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These were the early days of dial-up, and I still lived at home. I remember when we just got Windows 3.0 for the first time, and it was a totally different world from MS-DOS. I quickly found internet porn, and shared with my buddies. I'm going to share a totally embarrassing story here - especially embarrassing given the contrast between my tech novice at the time versus my understanding now as an engineer.

I was going through a bunch of photos that I found for free - right click, save, right click, save... I must have missed "save" once when clicking in the menu, and the results caught up with me later.

The next time I powered on the system, I was greeted with a 5 second showing of a full screen shot of a hot chick spreading her pussy for all to see! I thought, holy fuck, what just happened? It kept showing for 5 seconds every time I restarted the computer! Now what had really happened was that I had saved the picture as the background - so it showed for 5 seconds during start up before the wallpaper (which was different from the background in Windows 3.0) covered it over.

So I couldn't figure out for the life of me what the hell happened. Here's the best part. I played dumb, and when my sister found it and told my parents, I suggested that it might be a virus. And they bought it!! I was totally off the hook! Plus our PC was showing this spread pussy shot on start up for 4 months straight before I could figure out how to take it down!

Those were the days. Edited on Feb 11, 2014, 05:28pm

02-11-14  05:07pm - 67 days Still saving and collecting downloads? Does it make sense anymore? (23 Posts) - #22
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Originally Posted by RagingBuddhist:


Given how cheap drives are now, I really don't see a problem with saving anything and everything you have even the remotest interest in. I've been backing up my files every week or so for years now. I've even gone one step further by using older, smaller capacity drives to make a third copy of the "cream of the crop" site rips and other "gotta saves".


I agree with this too. When I say I might delete content outside of my folder for closed sites, I am referring to stuff that is totally off topic for me. I am generally looking for stuff within my favorite niche - peeing. If I find that I have stuff even outside my niche from a site that has closed, I tend to keep it too.

02-10-14  02:56pm - 68 days Damnit! Now can't pay for porn with UK debit card!! (5 Posts) - #3
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It's not a law, but a new administrative policy of Authority for Television on Demand (ATVOD) which regulates video on demand in the UK. Apparently they have broadened the definition of video on demand to include all online porn video. It's just another front in the UK war on porn. I can't believe that this hasn't gotten more publicity and stirred up more outrage, so I'm happy to elaborate on what's going on here.

ATVOD has adopted the policy that all providers of online porn video must ensure that all content including samples is behind a strict paywall. Because you can purchase debit cards under 18 years old in the UK, they require that UK sites not accept debit cards. Unfortunately, it ruins the business model of providing free samples to encourage conversions. They are also pressuring sites outside of the UK to disallow users at UK IP addresses from using debit cards. What influence can they exert on a site with no UK ties? They are discussing requesting the ISP's to block non-compliant sites with no ability opt out from the filter.

They had two sites taken down already by legally petitioning the hosting companies - jessicapressley.com and pleasuringherself.com. To quote their Chief Executive Pete Johnson, "The action taken in relation to the provider of the Jessica Pressley service is the first of its kind and demonstrates that the ATVOD rules that apply to UK video-on-demand services are backed by effective enforcement procedures." They also forced playboy.tv to relocate all servers outside the UK to avoid a takedown.

I am baffled by the lack of public debate on this. I have been aware of this for months. See this article from ynot.com: http://www.ynoteurope.com/regulatory-fir...re-uk-adult-website/ Edited on Feb 10, 2014, 03:30pm (LPee23: Re-read original post and better addressed some specific points.)

02-09-14  04:31pm - 69 days Porn actresses in unexpected settings (20 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Porn actresses in unexpected settings

Has anyone come across a porn model or actress in an unexpected setting? I'm sure some have seen them at industry conventions, but that's not what I'm getting at. Has anyone ever seen one walking down the street (maybe if you live in the valley?) Or in an unexpected non-porn related role in a TV show or video?

This just happened to me for the first time today. Yesterday I had an episode of COPS "Bad Girls" on - where they only feature clips of women having their run ins with the law. I saw a couple of women in their early 30's get arrested for driving in a stolen vehicle. They were both kind of cute, and the driver had distinctive makeup.

Then just now, I was looking for something in my collection, and what do you know, there she was... I am not kidding. I have a picture of the exact same woman, with the same unique makeup too, peeing in the woods. She's an amateur not a porn star, but still... What are the odds?

02-09-14  04:08pm - 69 days Still saving and collecting downloads? Does it make sense anymore? (23 Posts) - #17
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My two cents here are this - make sure the site is still around before you delete it. If you've been collecting for over 10 years, you'll be surprised how many are gone. In doing my own inventory of my collection, I found that of all the sites I have ever downloaded from, 40% have closed. Almost all of the big, high profile sites that are widely known are still there, but so many smaller, low budget sites have come and gone. I personally would have a hard time deleting anything from a site that has closed - actually there is a special kind of satisfaction in having something so exclusive. Anyway, that's just my advice. If you would still delete the stuff even after knowing the site is closed, then you can truly do without it, but my recommendation is to check first.

02-09-14  07:11am - 69 days Collector types (12 Posts) - #4
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I organize first by site and then by model name.

I also have a special folder for content from sites that have closed. I went through my entire collection early last year and identified a surprising number of them. I keep that stuff separate because it's irreplaceable, and keeping it separate ensures that I will not delete it.

02-06-14  05:16pm - 72 days ATK/Amkingdom.com?? (12 Posts) - #6
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Here's the low down on duplication on the ATK sites - I was a member of all of their sites just 4 months ago. Their ATKPetites site is the only one with duplication. About 1/4 of the content on that site is unique, but the rest is petite content pulled from their other sites. They don't make this a secret - the sets are labeled according to where they originated. Their other sites have content of a similar style of photography - which I like very much - but no duplications there.

02-05-14  06:34pm - 73 days ATK/Amkingdom.com?? (12 Posts) - #4
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Been a member a few times myself too at ATK Galleria and their other sites. Amkingdom.com seems to have once been one of their membership sites pre-2005, at least many of their older pics just have the watermark "amkingdom.com". Now amkingdom.com seems to be the main URL for the network, where you can find info about all of their sites, although of course memberships to the different sites are purchased individually.

Almost all of the old amkingdom.com pics have gone to either atkgalleria.com or atkarchives.com. There were a handful that were licensed, most notably from Denys Defrancesco as well as Mountain Glamour, and these are the rare ones that aren't available anymore. Edited on Feb 05, 2014, 06:43pm

02-04-14  03:09pm - 74 days Hard drive quality comparison (18 Posts) - #16
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Originally Posted by Marcus:


I could access files without Mionet, but had no write access.


Issues like this are why I think most of this proprietary backup software is actually bad for archiving data. It's OK if you want to restore your primary drive after a hardware failure and you don't have the inclination to do manual backups regularly. But imagine putting that drive on the shelf, letting 10+ years go by, and then trying to read it. The actual backup files will often consist of some unintelligible, obscure, proprietary format from a company that is long gone. That's why backing up manually still has its advantages - hopefully we can still read JPEG's and mp4's in the future.

01-31-14  03:03pm - 78 days Hard drive quality comparison (18 Posts) - #3
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Right on cue, my #2 Seagate 4Tb drive is starting to fail. Seems to be a problem with the USB interface not the drive itself. I'll pop it out of it's case soon and see how it does in my dock, once I've finished updating my backup copy.

Here's what I take away from this article - Seagate is cheaper but lower in quality. It is probably more economical to buy Seagate regardless, as long as you dutifully back up everything. If you don't back up, or if you have a primary drive under heavy use, consider investing in Western Digital.

01-27-14  07:40pm - 81 days Hard drive quality comparison (18 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Hard drive quality comparison

I appreciated this article, so I thought I'd share it here:

http://arstechnica.com/information-techn...all-disks-are-equal/

Here we have a rare, head-to-head comparison of consumer drives operated under server conditions. Apparently I got what I paid for with my three 4 TB and one 2 Tb Seagate drives. Actually, I suspected as much when they cut their warranty from 5 years to 1 year. Luckily I have everything backed up, and I did save a lot of money on the Seagates. In the future, I might switch to Western Digital for my primaries and just use Seagate for periodic backups.

In contrast, Western Digital also cut their warranty to 1 year, but their quality seems not to have declined. They are pricier though.

01-22-14  06:47pm - 87 days The Way You Get Internet Porn is About to Change (37 Posts) - #34
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Then again, I what I presented was a worst-case scenario, so maybe it won't be that bad. What's a best-case scenario? Maybe the tube sites will go, but the best paysites will remain? Regardless of what happens, there is a lot of uncertainty, and I am curious to hear what everyone thinks.

01-21-14  04:43pm - 88 days The Way You Get Internet Porn is About to Change (37 Posts) - #33
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You are right, it won't have a direct international impact.

I trust very few statistics that I see online regarding porn consumption, but there seems to be a consensus that the US is the world's largest consumer of online porn. I hope that if it gets really bad in the US, sites can move overseas and survive. At the same time, those with razor thin margins may be faced with some tough choices if or when their largest geographic market - the US - disappears.

01-21-14  03:21pm - 88 days The Way You Get Internet Porn is About to Change (37 Posts) - #31
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The overturning of Net Neutrality in the US is likely to be a bad development for online porn. It is also such a complex issue, that it is difficult to predict any of it's effects with certainty. It seems to me that it's effects can be grouped into two main categories: effects on free speech and effects on business models.

First, the effect on free speech. American porn online has been able to thrive online because of the protection afforded by the First Amendment. That is a weaker protection than most think though. We almost lost it all in 2012, and would have if Romney were elected. Remember the 2012 Republican Party Platform? It stated that "current laws on all forms of pornography and obscenity need to be vigorously enforced." They would have made examples by prosecuting some big providers, most of the rest would have taken the hint and closed shop or left the US, then prosecuted whoever was left. Now, with the loss of Net Neutrality, there are many ways to make an end run around the First Amendment. Now that the ISP's are legally recognized as having their own "First Amendment" rights as editors of the internet, they can block whatever they want. It seems ridiculous that they could be considered editors - just as ridiculous as giving a paper company editorial discretion over Hustler Magazine - but that was the outcome of the case. They may not choose to use this power right away, they may eventually use it to get more people in from of the TV paying $10 an hour for their heavily edited softcore video on demand. Equally important, they may no longer be able to justify continuing to provide online porn under the Net Neutrality principle. They are now open to civil lawsuits from social conservatives, feminists against porn, and the religious right just for providing content that may be objectionable to some. How much would the ISP's put up to defend online porn, when they would rather having you watch their video on demand anyway?

Second, there is the effect on the business models of various porn sites. What these business models all have in common is that they benefit from cheap bandwidth. I'll go through the different types of business model, and consider the effect on each one below.

1. Tube sites. Abundant, cheap bandwidth is the lifeblood of tube sites. Their business model is like this. They put up tons of free videos, many averaging 100 Mb, and try to get as much traffic as possible. They make all of their revenue off of ad's mostly for adult dating sites, cam sites, and adult toy sites. Even if they only get one click per 1,000 views, they still make money because bandwidth is cheap. So what will happen when bandwidth becomes artificially scarce and expensive? This is the easiest outcome of losing Net Neutrality to predict - the era of tube sites will be over. So maybe paysites should celebrate? Not so fast, we'll get to that eventually.

2. Free file hosting sites. These are the sites, like Kim Dotcom's Megaupload.com, that provide the bandwidth and hosting for pirate forums. Likes tubes, their business models will be totally shot when the cost of bandwidth goes up, and they will disappear too.

3. BitTorrent. While Verizon states that they do not intend to block any legal content, you can rest assured that they will be going after BitTorrent soon. During Verizon vs FCC, their lawyers mentioned BitTorrent specifically as the type of illegal traffic that they would like to block.

4. Paysites. Every single paysite will initially suffer without Net Neutrality. What the impact will ultimately be on specific types of paysites is extremely hard to predict. Maybe the large networks will fare best, and just pare down their offerings a bit to trim their costs. On the other hand, maybe some of the largest network owners will decide to get out at the top, and just close up shop. You know those old, small sites that haven't updated since the dial-up days? Maybe they will be the first to go when they see the higher bill. Then again, those old sites were built in days when bandwidth was scarce, and they get very little traffic as it is now, so maybe they are adapted for tougher times more than the big bandwidth hogs? Maybe paysites will see some benefit from the tube sites going away, but I think people will take up to a year to change their habits, and the big bills will start coming right away. Whichever sites remain at the end, I think we will see a shake up of the industry, and many site closings.

5. Brick and mortar porn shops. These guys are the only ones that I know besides the ISP's that are gleeful about the loss of Net Neutrality. It's money in the bank for them when online porn takes a hit.

So these are all hypothetical scenarios, and hopefully it is not as bad as I have envisioned here. In reality, the ISP's won't be making any changes right away. With Net Neutrality hitting the front page of the Wall Street Journal and other major news outlets, hopefully the public debate will start to pick up the way it did for PIPA and SOPA. I know that I personally could never see myself voting for a candidate that opposes Net Neutrality, and I think many people feel the same way, so I hope this becomes an issue of debate in the next round of elections. Finally, the last shred of hope is that Comcast is bound by the ruling of a previous case in court to respect the Net Neutrality principle up through 2017.

I hope this sparked some outrage. The impact of losing Net Neutrality is actually damaging far beyond the world of porn, but this is all I have time to discuss for now. Edited on Jan 21, 2014, 03:25pm

01-17-14  06:12pm - 92 days An alarming number of downloaded files are dissapearing from folders. Where did they go? (14 Posts) - #10
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This problem may be caused by a corrupt file system and/or a failing hard drive. Your files may be recoverable, but please try to minimize using the drive that contains them, since any activity can overwrite them until they are recovered. First, I would not wait to back up everything that remains. I understand you have a Dell, what model is it? Also, is this problem confined to one drive? Is it an external or your primary drive?

Let's say for example that the F: drive is affected. Please go through the following steps:

1. Open the start menu

2. Type "cmd" in the search box

3. Right click on the cmd icon and select "Run as administrator"

4. Type "chkdsk F:" and post any error messages here. Substitute the "F" for whatever drive is affected.

Let me know, and we'll go from there.

01-13-14  06:42pm - 96 days What's the right amount of "free"? (29 Posts) - #25
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Very well said. Quality over quantity is key. There are many out there who do surf porn looking for high quantity free material, but that is actually beside the point. Users in that crowd will still visit the highest quality free sites they know of first. When they are done there, they will always go on to whatever other free sites await, but wouldn't it be great if myporn.com were the first place they looked for that clip or photoset or two of amazing new material?

01-12-14  05:42pm - 97 days Advanced economics (26 Posts) - #26
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I'm going to take this thread off in a different direction, but still related to the economics of the porn industry. It's true that $30 a month seems to be the standard when it comes to subscriptions, but what is the value of digital porn when it becomes scarce? I can say a lot about this first hand, because I have been going to pretty significant lengths to recover some of the great porn that came before my time. By chance, I happened to get in touch recently with the producer of a really great site that went offline in 2006. This was a site that I was really kicking myself for not getting while it was still around. The content was not being offered for sale, so I knew I would have to make a significant bid. What was the price we agreed on? $1,500.00. For that price, he went to a storage unit and dug out the old computer, only to find that it didn't boot. So he mounted the hard drive in a new computer, and luckily all of the content was still there. This was honestly a price that we were both very happy with. Yeah, it's a lot more than $30 a month, but I would definitely never have seen this great content otherwise. So, this is how scarcity leads to a much higher price.

01-12-14  01:27pm - 97 days What's the right amount of "free"? (29 Posts) - #17
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As you said Rick, the problem with tube sites is too much quantity and not enough quality. Many casual surfers for porn never get beyond the tubes to realize that there is much better stuff out there. I think you are right in that the solution is higher quality content in a limited quantity.

I think a good analogy is like a tasting at a wine retailer. They bring out the high end stuff, but of course they don't let the customer drink their fill for the night. In keeping with this analogy, tube sites are like college keggers. You can drink your fill for next to nothing, but it's all crappy lite beer. We need to help porn consumers grow up and refine their tastes. I am definitely excited by what myporn.com will have to offer.

01-01-14  02:06pm - 108 days Ebina Models closed? (1 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Ebina Models closed?

It looks like EbinaModels.com is closed, or hopefully just down temporarily. If you try to visit their site, you will see a notice from GoDaddy:

NOTICE: This domain name expired on 12/30/2013 and is pending renewal or deletion. Renew It Now!

It just recently expired, so hopefully this was an oversight on their part, and they will renew it soon. I would really like to see them back.

Is anyone else really frustrated by these notices? It really kills me to think that all that great porn is still up on a server, but you can't get at it, and it will all be deleted in a month.

Was anyone lucky enough to have a membership at Ebina Models? How did you like their site?

12-12-13  07:38pm - 127 days Vintage porn lovers rejoice! Supreme Court OK's exchanging certain copyrighted material. (4 Posts) - #3
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I am very interested to research this, and I will definitely post again when I find out more. You may be right Khan, but then again, while consumers can claim ownership of the physical media of a DVD, they have no more ownership of the content on the DVD than if they just downloaded the content online.

12-12-13  06:41pm - 128 days Vintage porn lovers rejoice! Supreme Court OK's exchanging certain copyrighted material. (4 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Vintage porn lovers rejoice! Supreme Court OK's exchanging certain copyrighted material.

There was a ruling by the US Supreme Court in March of this year that we should all know about. They ruled that it is not a copyright violation to re-sell copyrighted works as long as 1) the original copy was obtained lawfully and 2) the seller does not keep a copy. This was termed the "First Sale Doctrine."

Here is a link to an article describing the ruling: http://smallbiztrends.com/2013/03/resale...-you-bought-own.html

Of course, this will not change anything in the world of file sharing and piracy because no one will really delete their original copies.

Here's a situation where the new ruling will come into play. Let's say I was a collector of vintage porn, and I had found someone looking to get rid of their old collection. Under the previous copyright law, it would technically be illegal to exchange that collection. It would only be legal for the owner to keep it or dispose of it. Now it is no longer proposing a copyright violation to ask for the trade, donation, or sale of old collections that the owners want to get rid of! This is a great day for collectors of vintage porn, since it opens up new channels for trading! If more people end up trading as a result of this, then the new ruling will help keep the vintage porn that many of us love alive!

12-11-13  08:55pm - 128 days Psychology Study!! Please help! (13 Posts) - #3
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Likewise, please feel free to contact me. I would like nothing more than to contribute to the understanding and acceptance of pee fetishism.

12-07-13  08:43pm - 132 days Nelson Mandela! (4 Posts) - #5
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Nelson fought the good fight. His memory will last forever. Apartheid never again!

11-19-13  01:59pm - 151 days Need help valuing adult site (5 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Need help valuing adult site

I was hoping to get some advice from the more experienced webmasters here. So, I am in touch with a producer who has a site up for sale. I cannot say the site, but it had an Alexa ranking of about 600,000 globally. I don't know their conversion ratio, but probably average. Apparently there are several companies interested in this site too. How would you value a site of this size (content and domain name)?

11-10-13  04:29pm - 160 days Recognizable Pussies (3 Posts) - #3
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The only recognizable pussy I've looked "straight in the eye" is my wife's! Of course I can easily recognize hers too!

11-08-13  01:58pm - 162 days Recognizable Pussies (3 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Recognizable Pussies

It occurred to me the other day that I can recognize a handful of porn stars just by their pussy. Have any of you come to the same realization?

Here are the ones that I can recognize. Some are models that focused on peeing porn, so you may or may not recognize them.

Idoia from magic-erotica.com

Her pussy is incredibly sexy, and I think she knows it. I don't know another model that rivals her large, mocha-colored pussy lips.

Amber Michaels

She's a really hot redhead model, with a scorpion tattoo near her pussy. If you see the tattoo, you know it's her.

These last two are a bit more obscure, but well known in peeing porn.

Verena

I don't know her last name, but she is an incredibly hot Romanian model. She was very prolific producing sets for many early peeing sites including pee4fun.com (closed), exxxhaust.com, peemotel.com, cafepee.com (closed), wetscape.com, and warmpee.com. Larger versions of her pics are still among my favorites on active sites like pissbank.com. She is one of those girls with just a perfect body and an exotic look. Her pussy is also very distinctive, with slightly darker lips. Maybe I have just seen it so much, but I can easily recognize her pussy without seeing her face!

Susy from susysdesperation.com (closed)

I would love to hear it if any of you actually remember this site. Susy was a hot MILF who made some very erotic peeing pictures in the late 1990's and early 2000's. Her site was way ahead of the times. While her competitors had pics in 350x550 (remember those days?), her pics were in the neighborhood of 700x800, sharp, and well composed. I can recognize her pussy from the way her pussy lips hang, and from a small mole on her middle left thigh.

I would be really curious to know who you all can recognize just by their pussy!

11-06-13  04:09pm - 164 days Anyone dealt with SQ-Pay? (6 Posts) - #6
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I was thinking of joining MyDirtyHobby.com soon. When I do, I'll let you know how it goes with SQ-Pay.

10-23-13  04:50pm - 178 days 12% Admit to Watching Online Porn; So Are the Rest Just Lying? (18 Posts) - #5
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Pew Research is conservative leaning, and they produce lots of bad statistics. Other groups have studies this topic, and the number generally comes out to be 33%. Also, one third of porn viewers online are women.

09-19-13  07:06pm - 212 days WHAT IS A REASONABLE PERCENTAGE FOR AFFILIATES TO CHARGE (20 Posts) - #8
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29.99 is common in affiliate marketing inside and outside the porn world. 20 is a good deal, but the best players will charge more. If you can't do the marketing in house, you will have to pay a decent price. Edited on Sep 19, 2013, 07:11pm

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