Conservative Groups ask FBI to Watch Hotel Porn
Thursday, August 24, 2006
(SNN Some Seedy Hotel) A coalition of thirteen conservative groups, including the Concerned Women for America and the Family Research Council, took out full page ads in USA Today asking the Justice Department and FBI to investigate pay-per-view movies in hotels.
The coalition had a secondary goal in its full page ad. They wanted to promote the website called "Clean Hotels" that lists hotels and motels nationwide that have pledged not to show adult in-room entertainment. It is not known if they will also have to ban HBO, another hotel staple, for showing such borderline pornographic offerings as Real Sex, Deadwood, and Real Sports with Bryant Gumble. In addition, there is no guarantee that your Clean Hotel will not have large semen stains all over the carpet and bedspread.
However, these conservative groups may be fighting an uphill battle, hotels offering adult movies rely on pay-per-view sales for 60 to 80 percent of their revenue. This is especially true of hotels that add on a charge for an adult movie even though you didn't watch it and just accidently flipped to that channel. Isn't that right, Opryland Hotel?
The USA Today is a daily paper filled with fluffy stories and large pictures that appeals to the lowest common denominator. This makes USA Today the perfect place for conservatives to contact upper ranking members of the Justice Department.
Porn is now cheaply and readily accessible on the Internet, and through many other outlets. If you want to know more about porn ask your librarian to show you her tits.
Methinks those FBI agents were doing a bit much of, err, PERSONAL research... and now they get to watch dirty movies in hotels too! Man, being an FBI agent must be nirvana for the perverts of the nation...
-- Badtux the Snarky Penguin
I know what is real, the tits on my local librarian. Ok so shes not local but they are real.