Sean’s Random Thoughts for the Week of August 19, 2013 – It’s All About the Money and Liability

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Sean writes – We don’t make the news, we just exploit it.

* Wow, Cameron Bay caught the industry’s supper bug this week…so glad the industry’s health insurance and workman’s comp plans will help her. Oh, that’s right, she’s on her own.

Yet in the eyes of some she’ll at least walk away from the industry with The Badge of Honor.

* Monthly HIV treatment regimens range from $2,000 to $5,000 — much of it for drugs. With the life expectancy for HIV patients increasing, the lifetime cost of treatment in today’s terms is estimated at more than half-million dollars.

And with every industry related STD case the likes of Diane Duke and Christian Mann try to push the story that the individual caught the disease outside the industry.

It’s all about money and liability, people. You understand?

* According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, negative test results within the first three months of exposure to HIV could be false.

* When will athletes [ahem Mike Napoli] and other celebrities learn that porn stars can’t keep their mouths shut?

* A day after adult-film studios halted production because a Cameron Bay tested positive for HIV, Vivid Entertainment and two actors said Thursday they want their appeal of a recent U.S. District Court’s decision regarding condoms on movie shoots to be heard quickly.

“We will continue our First Amendment fight for as long as it takes,” said Papa Smurf. “We look forward to presenting our case and strongly believe that we will ultimately prevail.”

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported that since 2004, they have received reports of 2,396 cases of chlamydia, 1,389 cases of gonorrhea and five instances of syphilis among adult-film performers.

Always remember, it’s a money issue. Smurf and the rest of the overlords are only concerned about their own revenue. You, the actor, can be replaced.

* Gawker reported that Vivid celebrity sex tape star Sydney Leathers may have been exposed to HIV while shooting her porn debut. I wonder if she thinks the porn industry is still exciting.

Update posted on Radar Online: Anthony Weiner’s former sexting buddy Sydney Leathers has released a statement to RadarOnline.com in the wake of reports she was exposed to the HIV virus while filming her sex tape, Weiner and Me. Sydney said she was not contacted by authorities in the adult industry to re-test in the wake of another performer’s recent HIV-positive test; and that she has tested HIV negative three times since shooting the Vivid film Aug. 10.

“I do not have HIV and have not been exposed to HIV regardless of the reports out there saying otherwise,” Leathers said. “I was not contacted by the Free Speech Coalition to re test, I reached out to them to see if I should re test and was told I did not need to. I took all the necessary precautions before and after my scene for Vivid and acted responsibly and therefore was able to protect myself from exposure to anything. As an added precaution I retested 2 days after my shoot and again yesterday and all tests were negative.”

Cough, cough….. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, negative test results within the first three months of exposure to HIV could be false. Couch, cough…don’t worry about that hamburger lesion on your ass, Syd.

* ABC, Huffington Post, LA Times, New York Daily News, Fox News, NBC along with the Associated Press and Radar Online has all reported on this week’s HIV story. Noticeably absent is Harvey’s crew over at TMZ. Oh, but be sure if Papa Smurf has some trumped up celebrity sex tape to shill for TMZ will be Johnny on the spot.

Love you, Harvey, put you’re an overload ass kisser.

* Did you hear the news? Farrah Abraham is reportedly being considered for the new cast of “Dancing With the Stars.” Yeah, sure …. Christ, Rob Black has a better chance of getting invited over to Diane Duke’s house for Thanksgiving dinner.

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