Wasn't that a 70's movie? I'm from a time when people got to see movies for free on the telly over the weekend, before certain people figured out a way to squeeze every last penny out of them. Cultural enrichment of the masses still had some intrinsic value then.
Yes, I remember now. I LOVED the first Amber. I don't remember what she looked like all these years later. I just remember feeling let down when she was replaced by some other girl who didn't impress me.
WEBE, yes, I remember. Their content looks so tame today, but if I remember, they were based in places like Alabama at the height of the pedo McCarthy mindfuck scare. Florida too, if I remember. Not exactly the places to set up shop at that time.
Remember PJP? Paul Jones. Such beautiful girls in beautiful settings. Was it Idaho? I was just a pup when I emailed him telling him how wonderful his photos were of such beautiful girls. To my shock, he even replied, telling me how lucky he felt to be in the work he was in. I believe he, too, eventually got harassed by the authorities, and his photos were even more tame than WEBE. There was one girl named Kendall who I liked, but another who I can;t remember who I was head over heels for. I wonder if any of these classic girls are still known to the youngsters. It would be sad to lose our history of beauties.
I'll need to look up Lee, but I agree there's a whole lot of people spending ridiculous amounts of time incarcerated, not because of the specifics of their actions or harm inflicted, but because of the time and place where things occurred. We used to lament how murdering a kid seemed less of a crime than anything even vaguely sexual, and for a while it was true, at least in the court of public opinion and sentencing.
Yes, that org was some weird front. You had to follow the money to figure it out.
We must keep the Orca from breaching into the political spotlight. Her party is desperate. I see it coming already.