Porn Bailout ~ (.)($) 5billion ~

If this is a joke or not, it surly brings a smile… “So i declare it Good!” :}

Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis and publishing mogul Larry Flynt have penned a letter to Congress requesting a $5 billion bailout. Not that the industry is at the edge of collapsing, they explain, but since the government is handing out money, one would be a fool not to get in line! And I agree: if the trend is to get nationalized as much of the industry as possible, why be selective? :}

So here they come: “The government is handing out money, they’re moving toward a nationalized economy, and Larry and I felt we might as well be a part of it.” – Francis
People are too depressed to be sexually active. This is very unhealthy as a nation. Americans can do without cars and such but they cannot do without sex.” – Flynt

The pair have asked the 111th Congress, which convened on Tuesday with the economy at the top of its agenda, “to rejuvenate the sexual appetite of America” with a bailout.

For example, iPorn, a application meant to deliver porn to the Apple iPod, by AdultVest, has the potential to create a handful of jobs, not to mention the taxes and all that fallows an economical upraise.
I expect Al Gore to endorse this plan or idea. I mean, each dollar that is not spent on the ‘oil-burning’ industry, must be good for mother Earth. We’ve been talking about cutting down the emissions, and investing in green technology –to be honest, we’ve heard too much of this BS- for the good of our next generations and of course let’s not forget the polar bear.

Although it is not certain how much the porn industry actually makes, somewhere between 3 and 13 billions, we know for sure that the gasoline consumption was down 8% in August. Diesel consumption declined 14% in California… As a comparison, the decrease in gasoline and diesel transportation emissions in August alone was 40% larger than a year’s worth of greenhouse gas savings associated with building the high-speed rail system, as estimated in California’s adopted climate change plan for 2020. So, Yes We Can, without any dollar spent…
Overall, the Americans drove 3.5% less in Oct 08 than Oct 07, and Nov brought a 37% drop in national auto sales, even as the gas prices were well down, hitting a record 1.2$ per gallon. So why not invest in the ‘sit-at-home’ industry? Why spend billions on alternative fuel solutions, when all we need is a sexually stimulus? The math is simple, the data is unbiased: let’s get jiggly with it!


~ by durox on January 8, 2009.

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