Sean’s Random Thoughts for the Week of September 9, 2013 – Jenna’s Big Return, NFL Predictions and Mussolini

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

* Testing AND condoms….It’s a safety issue. Don’t you fucking get it?

* At least Benito Mussolini [pictured] had the trains running on time.

* With four confirmed HIV cases in the last month TMZ refuses to report this but once again they are Johnny on the spot for yet another D-list celebrity sex tape.

RadarOnLine has been all over this story although like most of the mainstream press their coverage could be better.

Can you guess which company has connections to Steve ‘Papa Smurf’ Hirsch?

* Rob Black on his Monday afternoon show made a pretty convincing argument that the timing of the most recent industry moratorium was very convenient to Vivid’s out of state shoot in Las Vegas.

“The problem with the business is Vivid,” declared Black.

“There’s no way to put on a good face no matter which side you take on this issue. Vivid has been shooting during the moratorium. If you look at what Vivid has been doing, their time line has been structured between moratoriums.

Remember people, companies don’t care about your health.

* Jenna Jameson has returned to porn appearing in live cam shows.

Dana DeArmond ™ ‏@danadearmond tweets: “remember when jenna jameson said “i’ll never spread my legs for this business ever again”? well, shes spreading ’em on myfreecams right now”

Let’s take a moment to recap what propelled Jenna’s return to porn –

On June 22, 2006, Playboy announced that it had bought ClubJenna Inc. Apparently in seven years that money is gone.

Who can forget this gem – In better days Jameson endorsed Mitt Romney to CBS News on August 2, 2012, stating, “I’m very looking forward to a Republican being back in office. When you’re rich, you want a Republican in office.”

April 26, 2010 – Amid accusations by both parties against each other, with Ortiz accusing Jameson of being erratic and addicted to OxyContin, while she alleged that he was abusive. Since the incident occurred, both parties have recanted these allegations that were made toward one another, though as of April 29, 2010, the investigation by the police department remains open.

On May 25, 2012, Jameson was arrested in Westminster, California and charged with three misdemeanor counts for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving with a blood-alcohol level over the state legal limit, and driving on a suspended license after her Range Rover struck a light pole. She initially pleaded not guilty to the charges, but later changed her plea to guilty.

On April 6, 2013, Jameson was arrested for battery in Newport Beach, California after she assaulted her assistant Britney Markham with a brass knuckle iPhone case.

April 14, 2013 – After allegedly beating her assistant Britney Markham with a brass knuckle iPhone accessory, Jenna Jameson lost custody of her 4-year-old twin boys.

The boys were taken from Jameson’s care on Sunday and handed over to their father, Tito Ortiz.

Tito requested sole custody of the children after fearing that their mother may have become too unstable to care for them any longer.

Oh and let’s not forget that lawsuit filed by two DuPage County movie theaters in Chicago who sued Jameson for breach of contract. Just like Mr. Marcus, Jameson failed to mount a defense and Judge Patrick Leston issued a default judgment of $92,000. Wonder if she ever paid that? If not, the process servers knew how to reach her- at the XBiz Show awards in January.

Welcome home, Sugar.

*NFL Predictions – Last week closed with a respectable 11 wins and 5 teams not showing up. This crazy NFL is becoming harder to predict every week but fortunately for you, my loyal readers, you have me, Mr. Pick’em, to guide you to a profitable season.

Thursday

New England over Jets – Pats need to improve their wide receiver play if they want any shot of going deep into the playoffs.

Sunday

KC over Dallas – Everything is leaning toward Dallas in this game after their opening win against the Giants. Romo has sore ribs and just when fans think the Cowboys have turned the corner they screw the pooch. Chieftains will pull it out in a close one.

Houston over Tennessee – Somebody break up the Titans. After last week’s surprise win against the Steelers they are riding high but reality sinks in when the Texans give them a Texas-sized beating.

Green Bay over Washington – All signs point to a shootout put the Packers have too many weapons to lose to the Skins in Lambeau Field on the Pack’s opening home game.

Chicago over Minnesota – The Monsters of the Midway must contain Adrian Peterson [Duh] and wait for Christian Ponder to screw up [he will]. The Bears also must prevent Jared Allen from using Jay Cultler’s head as a seat cushion.

Atlanta over St. Louis – Sam Bradford is slowly morphing into Tony Romo. The Falcons will win with ease.

Philadelphia over San Diego – Do the Chargers still have Philip Rivers at quarterback? Eagles in a cake walk.

Indianapolis over Miami – This could be the best game of the week but with apologies to Wankus, Andrew Luck will be the difference late.

Baltimore over Cleveland – The Ravens were embarrassed last week when Peyton Manning lit them up for a couple of dozen touchdown passes. I expect a very long day for the Brownies.

Carolina over Buffalo – The Panthers couldn’t get their offense going last week but Cam Newton should be able to find better success this week.

Detroit over Arizona – Carson Palmer should have his affairs in order as Ndamukong Suh and a solid Lions defense help secure their second win of the season.

New Orleans over Tampa – The Bucs struggled offensively last week against the Jets. Drew Brees and the Saints should have an enjoyable Sunday afternoon.

Oakland over Jacksonville – The Jaguars are this year’s favorite homecoming opponent. Even the Raiders can’t screw this up.

Giants over Denver – The Giants played like hot garbage against the Cowboys last week so I suspect Tom Coughlin will intensify preparation resulting in this round of the Manning Bowl going to Eli.

San Francisco over Seattle – This NFC West blockbuster will be a great game to end a football filled Sunday. Seahawks’ fans will be jacked but the 49ers will win this close game.

Monday

Cincinnati over Pittsburgh – Speaking of hot garbage, what the hell happened to the Steelers? Lucky for Pittsburgh fans it appears the Pirates will make the playoffs. If the Bengals prevent the turnovers they’ll win easily.

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