Thoughts Over The Morning’s Coffee: You Think Reputation Might Have Something to Do with Porn Bank Loans?

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When I was a young lad out of college I got my first job as a newspaper reporter.

Oddly, I was able to buy my first car. I remember the salesman, Ivan Yacker. Ivan didn’t seem to have a problem with me being a newsman, but when it came time to applying for credit cards and store accounts it was a different story.

Stung by the rebuke of Sears I was talking to one of the newsroom old guard, his name was Dan, and Dan told me there was a long standing prejudice against newsmen.

“Huh?”

“It goes back to the Twenties and Thirties,” he said. “Newsmen had the reputation for being drunks.”

I can’t tell you for a fact that drunken newsmen were profiled in such manner, but the story about Michelle Braun, the former porn star madam, and her fall from grace is intriguing. www.adultfyi.com/read.php?ID=58711

As I went through the story and its trail of bounced checks, compromised Playboy playmates and the fact that prostitution has yet to be legalized other than in certain areas of Nevada, I figure why shouldn’t banks be leery of applicants in stilettos and tight red dresses?

Honestly? If you put webcamming down as your source of revenue, I’d be a little leery too. Bank execs read the news and exchange gossip like the rest of us. So if you don’t think the word is out that porn is toxic right now, you’re living in the bubble Rob Black has been talking about.

Porn and porn performers aren’t being serviced by the happy talk propaganda served up by The Free Speech Coalition, and City National Bank just proved it, hard line, with Chanel Preston.

It appears this lending institution could do just as well without the industry’s business. And they aren’t the only ones in the Valley with this kind of policy. Then, again, Diane Duke should be telling you that.

And, please, this is not a Free Speech issue. It’s a common sense issue.

As a postscript to the Sears story, when I changed occupations and became a PR man, I got a store account, no problem.

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