Skip to comments.ACTION! New Los Angeles ordinance likely to drive more porn industry producers to Las Vegas
Posted on 03/06/2012 7:46:57 AM PST by redreno
Angered by an ordinance requiring actors in pornographic productions to wear condoms, some in the adult industry are threatening to move their operations from the pornucopia of Los Angeles to Southern Nevada.
The news, first reported last month by the Los Angeles Times, has caused some to speculate on the industrys future in Las Vegas, which is already seen by many insiders as a welcoming second home.
(Excerpt) Read more at lasvegassun.com ...
how much of the industry is already gone?
heavy filming is done in canada.
disney fluff production is done in florida.
california is just committing a slow suicide.
nice weather is not enough to save the tax beast. (nor those absurd commercials)
It is simply unaffordable when regular Condoms cost $5 each and the extra large ones go for $10.
They have to close that Deficit one way or another.
If they all want to get AIDS and die, why should we stop them?
Call it community improvement
-——many people who work behind the camera on adult films——
The bill is a jobs creator. Every film crew will now need a rubber minder to dispense, observe, record usage and collect the used ones.
there will be union growth as there will certainly be a need for a United Rubber Minders of America trade union
Why bother with the costs of “porn actors and actresses”? Thanks to the NEA and other teacher unions, student behavior in unwatched rooms is likely to be suitable for the porn industry and the students are doing those things anyway. A bit of cash would always be appreciated by the Lil’ Darlins due to the high cost of recreational pharmaceuticals, Nikes, ad nauseam.
The educrats would turn a blind eye to the cameras recording the student behavior as they have avoided noticing the behavior for decades. Again, a bit of cash would be appreciated by the faculty, and for the same reasons.
OK just How did this “story” make it into the “banglist”...Oh I “get it” now...!
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So I missed a business opportunity when I was stationed in Las Vegas? Just Damn.
How exactly would such a law be enforced? Just curious.
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