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KB: The 32 questions

Based on some of his most recent rants on the GFY board including those aimed at AVN and Dave Cummings, Kevin Blatt is openly asked 32 questions by Sleazy Dream. Here he tackles question #2.

2. How does it feel to always be living in your brother’s [D$] shadow?

Kevin Blatt responds: I find this question hilarious-

My brother D$ is 2 yrs younger than I and It was I that brought him into the world of being a salesman back when he was waiting tables in Cleveland at a place called “Shooters”.

At that time I showed hm how to hustle pictures door to door and that he was a “natural” for sales-He ended up becoming not only one of the best salespeole I know in this biz- but in every other business he was ni he was the BEST.

5 Yrs later we find ourselves relocating to sunny Southern California- I had been awardd a judgement in a personal injury case an finally had enough money and balls to move out of dreary, cold , wet Cleveland.

I had $10,000 to my name , my BROTHER has $1200

I helped both of us get on our feet out here, and while I ventured off into selling Howard Stern radio spots here for 91 X ( a modern/alternative station ) my brother started an alarm company with my cousin Jonathon.

While he was out cold calling he met the Webside Story guys and left to go work for them.

My brother introduced me to the people in this business back in 98, and I was so envious of the $$$ these people were making at the ages they were.

People like Rich Botto, Mike Fold, and Janey and Steve Huntington were at the first party D took me to.

I found myself in a cubicle one day at AT&T an begged my brother to get me a job in the adult biz- it was then he introduced me to an 18 yr old kid named Tom who owend Blue Gravity Hosting- He hired me on, and D taught me a lot about this business-

It wasn’t until D introduced me to Rick from YNOT that I started to really understand the biz however- I knew nothing about hosting back then and didn’t know a mouse from a mouse pad.

After selling YNOT in 2000 for Rick, I went on to a myriad of jobs- all on my own. Ihaven’t worked alongside of my brother in over 7 yrs. 7 Yrs ago we were partnered with HOMEGROWN VIDEO on a project called amateurfootage.com

It was one of the first plug ins marketed back then and ironically Ron Levi was our first customer-

Anyway I am getting off track- long story short , we lived in a two bedroom, crowded apt in Pacific Beach, and nearly killed each other.

We decided at tha time we should do biz alongside of each other, but not WITH each other- Aside from helping my brother promote the The Players Ball ( which i have no finacial interest in) we do absolutely nothing together or share any corporate entities.

If you think I am in my brother’s shadow then that IS YOUR opinion Sleazy not everyone elses…

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