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METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 2 more photos at..... http://www.facebook.com/DV8photo METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 3 Go Daddy to sell .xxx domains Go Daddy, the largest seller of internet domain names, has become the latest registrar to sign up to sell .xxx addresses. The company joins about 50 other registrars that have so far been approved by .xxx manager ICM Registry and accredited by ICANN to sell the names. "A large number of our customers have spoken... and there is a demand for the controversial new domain name extension for both brand protection purposes and for new names," Go Daddy CEO Bob Parsons said in a statement. Commanding about half the market for new domain registrations, Go Daddy is a critical partner for any new top-level domain that launches. Its prominent marketing of Colombia's .co domains was a big help in enabling the registry, .CO Internet, to sell over one million names in less than a year. The company has not yet announced pricing, but other registrars have started advertising .xxx domains for a minimum of $75 per name per year � about ten times the price of the cheapest .com domain rates. Go Daddy is best known in the US for its saucy TV commercials, particularly those it airs during the Super Bowl. Most recently, it put millions of red-blooded American males off their stroke when it used CGI to splice the head of 78-year-old comedienne Joan Rivers onto the scantily clad body of a voluptuous young glamour model. There's arguably some synergy here. ICM currently plans to launch a 30-day "sunrise" period, during which trademark holders can protect their brands by paying a one-time fee to block their brands in .xxx, in early September. Prices as high as $650 for these blocks have caused some large trademark owners to cry foul, fearing a shakedown, but ICM also plans to put some of the strongest post-launch trademark protection mechanisms in place of any domain registry. General registration in the new pornonly extension is expected to begin in the fourth quarter. Some in the porn business, led by the California-based trade group the Free Speech Coalition, intend to boycott the addresses, or to buy their .xxx names purely for defensive purposes. `3D Sex and Zen' to Hit the U.S. HONG KONG -- The 3D porn film "3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" will soon be available in North America after it was purchased for U.S. distribution. The film was bought by China Lion Film Distribution, though a release date hasn't yet been confirmed. "3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" has created a buzz in China because of its 3D technology and graphic sex. It made $351,000 on the first day it was released and sold out in theaters the entire first week. The plot of the fantasystyle film revolves around the Ming dynasty of ancient China and is based on the classic Chinese erotic text, "The Carnal Prayer Mat." The story follows a young man as he befriends a duke and enters a world of royal orgies and other sexual peccadilloes. The film is a reworking of "Sex and Zen," a 1991 Chinese movie. "We're looking at as wide as possible a release for this groundbreaking film in North America and are currently working with our theatrical partners AMC for the U.S. and Toronto, Cineplex for Vancouver and Consolidated in Hawaii," China Lion CEO Milt Barlow said. "Announcements are expected in the next few weeks." According to a recent XBIZ poll on 3D, many in the adult industry aren't quite sold on the idea. XBIZ found 52 percent of respondents said "there will be limited consumer demand, select producers will profit." Another 29 percent said "there will be little to no demand," and 19 percent said "it will usher in a new era of great profits for the industry." METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 4 Kimberly Kupps Faces Obscenity Counts Over Web Content LAKE WALES, Fla. -- Kimberly Kupps, who co-operates namesake site KimberlyKupps. com with her husband, was charged late Friday with 13 obscenity counts for content distributed over the Internet. The 5' 10" 55-year-old performer specializes in the bigboobs niche and had been on the burned them to CDs and asked Judge Reinaldo Ojeda to review them. Ojeda, according to the police report, said the videos were obscene material under state law. Taylor, Kupps` husband, said he filmed the videos downloaded by the deputy and uploaded them for sale on Clips4Sale.com. radar of the Polk County Sheriffs Department for three months. The Sheriff's Department booked her under statute 847.5 on 13 counts of "wholesale promotion of obscene material." Kupps, whose real name is Theresa Taylor, started in the biz in March 1990 and currently lives in Lake Wales, Fla. She frequently comes to California for porn and photo shoots, according to her website. Kupps was jailed along with her husband, Warren Taylor, who remains locked up; Kupps was released Saturday night after posting $7,500 bail. According to the police report, a deputy paid an initial $19.95 membership fee to her website, where he found videos of Kupps having sex with men and women. The deputy downloaded six videos, Taylor said the couple made an average of $700 monthly for the past four months. Industry attorney Lawrence Walters said that the arrests over alleged obscenity is "more evidence of the erotophobia that is pervasive in the Polk County Sheriff's Office." "While we've not the reviewed the material charged as obscene, the KimberlyKupps.com site does not have a reputation as being extreme or fringe content,". "I hope that these recent victims of the Sheriff's anti-sex campaign are victorious in their upcoming 1st Amendment battle. "Without exception, the taxpayers of Polk County don't want their tax money going to this kind of nonsense prosecution, and many are questioning how two adults creating adult material in their home could possibly be illegal." Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 5 METRO ANE MAGAZINE Pole Dancing Colombian Women Take To The Streets Now that pole dancing has moved out of strip clubs and into gyms, it seems only natural that it would end up in the streets. That's what happened recently in Medellin, Colombia, when some of the South American country's most accomplished dancers took the street to promote the activity by swinging, twirl- founder of the United States Pole Dance Federation, which is working to make pole dancing a recognized sport similar to ice skating, "street pole" is a spontaneous activity usually practiced by students after they have built up strength in their upper bodies. "Their bodies are changing and they are getting addicted to climbing and swinging," she said. "It feels like you're going back to your younger days playing on the monkey bars. You'll see people flipping themselves off of street signs ing and climbing up every street sign and scaffold available. The mass pole dance featured students and instructors based in Medellin. It was designed to promote pole dancing in Colombia as well as Miss Pole Dance Medellin, an event taking place July 2, and "Miss Pole Dance Colombia," an event taking place July 30. Organizer Alejandra Santamaria said the street-smart campaign is crucial to getting her fellow Colombians to recognize pole dancing as a great form of fitness. "We wanted to promote what pole dance can be: a great deal of gymnastics, lots of technique and fun," she told AOL Weird News. "Pole dance has still lots of space to grow. As of today, it is not even understood. In Latin America, many still think it is related to striptease and they have no clue about the challenge it represents." But as difficult as pole dancing can be in a gym or on a stage with a shiny brass pole, the techniques are even more difficult when practiced on wooden stakes or metal street signs, according to Ingrid Tsai, Santamaria's partner in pole dance promotion. "The hardest part in urban pole dancing is finding a structure with a good caliber," Tsai said. "Usually, dancing poles have a diameter of 1.75 to two inches. Apart from the caliber, the material in street structures can make the job harder. Dancing poles are made from stainless steel or brass, which facilitates the friction you need to have between your skin and the surface." "So, it may appear to be easy, but urban pole dancing can be much harder that what people think," she said. According to Wendy Traskos, the or climbing scaffolding." Traskos understands the enthusiasm, but warns that "street pole" is something that shouldn't be attempted without serious training. "You have to walk before you run," she said. "You learn to do a somersault on the ground before you do it in the air. The problem is -- and what we're trying to do -- is establish a structure on training. There is some bad instruction out there. You don't want to see a woman who is 30 pounds overweight trying to lift their hips over their head on their third day of lessons." Traskos, who offers classes to pole dancing teachers, says the key thing that street pole dancers need to remember is to check out the pole or scaffold before attempting the trick, because the texture can make a difference. "These moves are even more physical than the ones in classes," she said. And that's part of the appeal according to Kelly Blake, a pole dancing instructor in Sarasota, Fla. who once "street poled" on the airport terminal shuttle at Charles DeGaulle Airport in France. "It's a natural part of pole dancing," she admitted. "Soon as you start to get that strong, it's hard not to use it." Blake recommends "street polers" use gloves when attempting their stunts outside of clubs or gyms, and she says never drink beforehand. Although "street pole" is different from traditional pole dancing, Blake sees it as being a good way to take away the strip bar stigma. "It's fun to do it at a busy intersection and get people to look at you and they don't look at you trashy," she said. ....continued on page 15 Page 6 METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com INVASION of DEEP ELLUM: a I am 5th event Invasion of Deep Ellum brings together Music, Performers, Art and people who consider themselves 5th or "different" than the general American society. We welcome people from all walks and lifestyles to come out and share their 5th element with us, Dallas( Deep Ellum),Texas, July, 30th, 2011 -- I am 5th will be invading the Deep Ellum Community and sharing and showing our city our 5th element through our outfits, music, art and actions. I am 5th is a non profit movement that promotes freedom to be different and 5th Artists and an area to make your own 5th Postcard that we will share with everyone and then ship them off to PostSecret. We hope you come out and invade Deep Ellum in your costumes, fetish clothing and as who you truly are. Let's make this a night to remember. About I am 5th: I am 5th was founded by Hoodman Blind, who has been involved with promotion of local music/clubs/live events since 2008 in the DFW area. Please contact us if you like to volunteer your time, resources or be one of our sponsors. You can find us here: Check out our fan page http://www.facebook.com/pages/I-am5th/363407454373 acceptance from not only our communities but other 5th folk as well. Just because 4 out of 5 dentists choose a gum, does not make the 5th dentist wrong, just different. We are 5th. We are Kinky, Tattooed, Pierced, Costumed, Extreme, Wild, Furry, Extroverted, Introverted, and Perverted. Currently our Invaders includes Shund, Drag Kings, Frausun, Responsible Johnny, Exploder!, Cadillac to Mexico, Pagan Assassin, Gloryhole Productions, Wicked Angels and Mojo Dolls. We will also have Art & Live Art from Twitter http://twitter.com/iam5th Youtube http://www.youtube.com/iamfifth want to help out with our event? Join our group & share with us your 5th events as well. http://www.facebook.com/home. php?sk=group_190825847619644 You can also e-mail us at iam5th@ facebook.com Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 7 METRO ANE MAGAZINE THE HARD SCORE.com Miami couldn't stop Dallas's JET, and time isn't gonna cool yours until after the parade. Now you've had a couple of days to let all the hoopla run rampant and you're starting to wind down, but instead of letting all that buzz just slowly ooze away, let's see if we can't keep `er goin' a tad. We gotta talk some basketball, we need to yak about the Mav's. And about the Heat, well, I don't have to be all that spin city correct and you know I'm not gonna be. Sometimes a situation is so big or complex that it's difficult to find a starting point. That isn't the case here. Any place you wanna kick off from's a good `un, and we're gonna start from the doubt. There are rabid fans out there that'll tell you that they never had any doubts about this team, and just knew this was OUR season, as they like to say. Yeah, well, those are the people the pharmaceutical companies make money off of. Too old, too slow, and too many different head trips goin' on. An owner that fans thought was great because he took on the NBA and didn't blink at the fines. An owner that got the players on the bad side of the ref's who blew the whistle on them more often than not. Doubt? Oh hell yeah. I sure did and made no bones about it in this column. Am I gonna eat crow? No. And I don't think anybody else should, either. Why? Because that doubt added to the season and probably added to the players. That doubt was rightfully earned by previous successes and failures, and could only be driven away by grit, tenacity, and wins. It was never more prevalent than during the regular season when injuries and losses began piling up. It was at its highest during the round one playoff series with Portland. And it was tied into knots with edgy desperate conflict during the Miami run. In sports, what you want and what you hope for are always tinted with an edge. For some it's not quite as bad if the teams are better than average performers, but for those teams below that, the fans live with stomachs knotted in doubt. All season long. The poet William Blake once said, "what now is proved was once only imagined". Hopes, dreams, doubt, conflict, setbacks, and struggle all make up what we once only imagined. How many of you out there are getting all teary eyed and feeling compassionate for LeBron James? I'm not. In fact, and in deed, all's he's goin' through is a case of life catching up with his mouth and attitude. If he's got the true character of a man inside of him, he'll not just weather this storm but grow from it and come out on the other side a better guy. So far, it doesn't seem like it. What's the bigger question to come out of these NBA Finals? I'd say it goes back to the issue of: can two or more super stars successfully exist on the same team? I guess that might also be written, can a team be successful with two or more super stars? Well, it does happen in baseball, but that's because you've got a game that's so different from the others because the teams aren't competing out on the field simultaneously. Football's next and that's because your offense and defense aren't on the field at the same time. Hockey's got to have superstar goalies who're chained to the net, while super star scorers and defenders run up and down the ice. Basketball is the more difficult to pull off two or more super stars because of the limited number of players on each team, who, hopefully, are pulling both offensive and defensive duties that can change within seconds. People are saying that Dallas only has Dirk as the one true star and the rest are a strong supporting cast. Actually I disagree with that. I think that Tyson Chandler is a super star center, it's how he goes about his business in Carlisle's sets. Did Dwayne Wade and LeBron James and Chris Bosh pull off the "three super stars" season? Oh, hell no. Bosh was moved out of the Big 3 only a third of the way in, both on the court and eased out of the postgame news conferences. So the question out there is, did Wade and James have a successful season? Well, if you go by number of games won and they made it to the Finals, then you'd have to say yes, obviously. If you go by what happened in the Finals, you'd have to say no. Why? Because after training camp, the preseason games, plus 82 regular season games and 14 playoff games, you'd think they'd have had enough working together to overcome problems. Was LeBron James the reason they lost? Unless you subscribe to the theory that he buckles in big games, then no, he wasn't the only reason. But he sure was a main component of that loss. Why'd James help orchestrate this Miami team? Because he needs to have someone on the floor that is so talented that they pull the double teams off him, that's what Wade and Bosh were meant for. What failed? Essentially the Mav's refused to play the way that LeBron likes. Here's how stopping a great player works: The basic fan says, "put a strong defender in front of him". The average fan says, "find out what his best move is and force him to go away from it". The smart fan says, "find out what the player likes then change the game from For several years the Mav's would be one of the top Western Conference teams during the regular season then blow it in the playoffs. For fans it wasn't any better this year. And the further they advanced into the postseason the more precarious the perch doubt was sitting on. Me, I'd rather have a different kind of drama to keep me on the edge of my couch, but hey, you gotta roll with the tread on the tires you got. Sometimes they got a little low on air, but there weren't any flats. If you weren't wrenched tight after each game then you must've been watching baseball. What've the Mav's been saying about the Heat? Great players and very tough defense. What are the Heat saying about the Mav's? "They are who we thought they were" (they must've hired Dennis Green for the PR work). METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 8 : TheHardScore.com : TheHardScore.com : TheHardScore.com : him". Look, James likes the transition game better than the half court, he doesn't like to be closely defended, likes to peel to his right, and he doesn't like to be kept from the paint where he can attack the rim. Dallas didn't just guard James they changed the game around him. Can teams successfully defend a better Miami Heat team? Yeah, they sure can. Don't think for a second that coaches all over the NBA aren't going to be looking at the film of ALL of Dallas's and Miami's postseason games and see what they did. Those coaches are going to adjust their game plans to do the same things to take away LeBron's game that Dallas did, and that's what Miami is facing, a full year of teams doing to them what Dallas did. For those believing that Miami's the odds on favorite to win it all next year, you might want to call Vegas and take a side bet that the Heat don't make it to the Finals. And the Mav's? Look for them to try and trade backup center Haywood which `ll dump a bad contract and player. Can they otherwise keep the team intact? Caron Butler should be healed and take over some of Kidd's minutes, and they need to dump Beaubois and Stojakovic. If getting to the NBA Finals is tough, and winning it is even tougher, then repeating's like trying to ride the full eleven day Iron Butt race on a mo-ped. NHL Stanley Cup Finals What a mess. Ok, I said right up front that the Vancouver Canucks were going to so dominate the game that the Boston Bruins wouldn't know what puck hit them where. Man, was I and about every hockey nut not living in Boston ever wrong. Each team so far has won their home games, but the difference between those contests is almost night and day. Vancouver won their first two by one point each, a 1-0 and an OT 3-2. Boston won their first two in knockouts, 8-1 and 4-0. Game five back in Vancouver was another low affair, 1-0. Game six in Boston gave plenty of bruises and another punch to the guts with a 5-2 victory. TV ratings have been down for this series, a shame, but true. Locally the Mav's have been grabbing most of the attention, but the Rangers have been getting 40,000 to their weeknight games and solid tv ratings. When you combine those it doesn't leave much attention to a game that doesn't have a local team in it, and has had a hard time getting fans back in the seats since that strike took out the whole season. The series has been both interesting and, well, not so. I'd like to know what the heck happened to Vancouver's offense and defense, and I'd like to know where Boston's offense and defense came from? The Canucks dominated the NHL for the entire regular season. Boston backed into the playoffs. Vancouver worked through its opponents and Boston survived them. Where did this series come from? In three games in Canada the Bruins are shutout two times and lose the third in OT. Back in Boston they put 17 goals up in three games. Vancouver's scored 5 goals at home and 3 goals at Boston. Boston's racked up 19 total goals while Vancouver's tallied 8. Vancouver's goalie, Loungo, is tough as nails at home and couldn't stop a five year old from scoring at Boston. Bruins goalie, Tim Thomas, guards his net like he's got the only girl at the dance. For the sixth time in the last ten years the Stanley Cup has come down to a Game 7, and in this one Boston's got the momentum of a steam roller. Readers Response: Two Dogs: It never looked like the Heat respected the Mavericks team or Dirk Nowitzki during the games or press conferences. ARE YOU A HIP, AND TRENDY SPORTS BAR or just a good place for a beer and sports? Call and find out how you can become THE OFFICIAL SPONSOR of the award winning "THE HARD SCORE" sports column. Get premium print ad placement and become the Official Sponsor on TheHardScore.com web blog. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-638-6397. What's their problem, did they think their names were going to win the trophy? They look more classless than like winners. Rachel Dallas Rachel: Its one thing to celebrate after a play or game, but it was quite obvious that Wade and James were doing a lot to mock and deride the Mav's and Dirk. I've watched each of the games several times and can't see just what it was that gave them the idea they were dominating the games. At least from the fans view their images are tarnished, even if the national media want to make excuses for them. TD Two Dogs: Mark Cuban's still a owner that needs to butt out and thinks of himself over the players. George Miami George: For anybody that thinks he has any gripes about Mark Cuban, this is a man who brought the original owner of the Mav's, Donald Carter, and his wife, down to Miami with the team. Mark's owned the team since 2000, but he let Mr. Carter be the first Maverick to receive and hoist the trophy. That's class. TD Two Dogs: The list the International Boxing Hall of Fame is bringing in this year includes Mike Tyson, Sylvester Stallone, and referee Joe Cortez. Do you agree that this is odd? Jack Ft Worth Jack: As far as Tyson goes, I've always felt an athlete's behavior both during his sport and away from it should both be evaluated. Tyson bit off an ear in the ring, spent time in prison, alleged rape, alleged spousal abuse, blah blah blah. No, I don't think he deserves to be. So what if Stallone made Rocky movies? If that's the case, what about the porn movies he starred in before those? This is more bogus than Tyson. Even though Cortez was a good referee, I don't believe that any non-player of a sport should be in a hall of fame, and that includes game officials, broadcasters, general managers, etc. TD Two Dogs: Plaxico Burress paid a worse price than Vick did for a much less serious offense, and now everybody's against him. None of you are right. He's a changed man and is going to help children stay away from guns, which the world needs. He's a changed man. Ken Duncanville Ken: Let's see, I doubt if I ever think of Burress as Ghandi. And when he speaks of his incarceration time, his reflection is, "why did all this happen to me"? I hate to tell you this, but nothing "happened" to Burress, he brought it all down upon himself, and he still refuses to accept that responsibility. And he's got ESPN and NFL channel analysts all touting his greatness. Pardon me if I don't. TD Curiosity can hurt, but it also got us to the moon. Pat "Two Dogs" Snow email@example.com METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 9 orilla gadgets odd : cool : interesting : insane stuff! cools a single beer in a custom coozy. FUN IN THE SUN Ready to hit the beach? Brooklynbased designer Andrew Schneider is now taking orders for his solar-powered bikini. Capable of charging your cellphone or MP3 player, the high-tech swimsuit comprises thin, flexible photovoltaic film strips and USB connectors, woven together with conductive thread. Each bikini, coming in at just under $200, is entirely handstitched, requiring an average of 80 hours to make. No need to worry about your iPod running out of juice; the solar bikini will charge your favorite gadgets while you soak up the rays. Don't worry guys! The male version of the Solar Bikini (coming soon) called the iDrink, features a greater surface area which equals more output voltage. 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Phoenix rebuild classic cars, enjoyed two Harleys, a dirt bike, and loved outdoor and extreme sports. She had plenty of sexual ideas, but didn't date. She did read a lot, though. Her career began back in 2006, when she went out with some friends one night, and was approached by the bouncer of a nightclub in the Los Angeles area. He happened to be familiar with a local talent agent. Things related to sex, men and porn, she felt that being in the movies helps me develop parts of her personality that were stunted during adolescence. For example, how to socialize, how to be at a party, how to interact with members of the opposite sex, how to be a social being, how to be empathetic and caring. A guy's shoulders and height are big turn ons for her. Phoenix loves going to the beach and playing soccer, baseball and hockey. Among her accomplishments are: Best Anal Sex Scene, "Ass Worship 11" (2009) with Criss Strokes, Web Starlet of the Year, 2010 Fans of Adult Media and Entertainment Award - Best Ass and 2010 Fans of Adult Media and Entertainment Award - Best Anal starlet. To find out MORE about Phoenix Marie at: www.phoenixmarie.com twitter.com/pmarizzle myspace.com/therealphoenixmarie METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 11 METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 12 METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 13 It's all a bit tattoo much! Great-grandfather, 69, is Britain's most inked man Great-grandfather Tommy Wells has been hailed the most tattooed man in Britain after having an incredible 1,000 tattoos etched across every inch of his body. The 69-year-old has spent 52 years indulging in his bizarre hobby and now has tattoos not only across his arms, hands, legs, torso and back but also on the soles of his feet, bottom, entire head, lips and even his genitals. The widower's last tattoo, which reads `I love you always, love Tommy', was etched on the back of his head in honour of his late wife Sandra who died seven years ago aged 61, after 44 years together. Pensioner Tommy Wells, from Worsley, Greater Manchester, has an incredible 1,000 tattoos covering every inch of his body. The design broke a promise the retired coach driver made to his wife before she passed away - assuring her he would keep his face and head designfree. But it meant he could no longer get more tattoos done - because he has no more room left for further markings which already include various designs of skulls, daggers, flowers and the names of family members. Sandra had no tattoos done during her life. Mr Wells, from Worsley, Greater Manchester, said: `My tattooing days are probably over now because of all the tattoos that I have now. `I did have some space left on my head after Sandra died but although I did promise I wouldn't have any done there, I was so upset at her passing that the only thing that I could do to make me feel better was have the tattoo. `I just so hope that she can forgive me but I do have that feeling that heaven will be hell for me in the years to come. `When she died she was cremated and her ashes went into an urn. I did say to my daughter, "Put me in there with her in a brown paper bag" because I know if Sandra sees me she will kill me!"' Mr Wells has tattoos not only across his arms, hands, legs, torso and back but also on the soles of his feet, bottom, entire head, lips and even his genitals. Mr Wells met his wife at secondary school and they started dating when they were just 13. Since he was 17 he has spent thousands of pounds on tattoos after getting his first while they were on holiday together in Blackpool as teenage sweethearts. The couple had been for a picnic with friends and some of them were getting tattoos at a parlour there when Sandra dared Tommy to get one. He added: `We used to go on a picnic to Blackpool every year and this year, when we were 17, Sandra said to me, "Why don't you have one?" `I had one on my arm, it was agony but I kind of loved the pain and it became a bit of a drug after then, so I got all my body covered except my head and face. `She never had any tattoos herself but she didn't mind that I had them. She did at first but she stopped noticing that I had them after a while because I was so covered in them!' Once he had covered all parts of his body aside from his head and face, his wife implored him to stop. Mr Wells said: `I told (Sandra) there was always my face and head, and she was not happy about that! She said, "You're not getting your head and face tattooed! Promise me you won't." `I did promise at the time, but after she died I was so devastated that the only thing that I could do to make me feel better was have a tattoo tribute to her - and my face and head were the only places I had left. Mrs Wells died from a diabetic coma while in Lanzarote seven years ago. Mr Wells appears to have passed on the tattooing tradition to his children - but he doesn't believe they will go as far as he has done. `A couple of my children have started to get tattoos but there's no way that they will have as many as me as they won't live long enough to get them done! `It's taken me 52 years to get all my body covered. I still live them and I would do the same if I had my time again.' Tattoos and Body Anomalies Tattoo by Valio Ska That tattoo normally costs an arm and a leg, but it was half off. He did it on porpoise. METRO ANE MAGAZINE Voted America's #1 Adult Weekly www.METROANE.com Page 14 from page 6.... But "Charley" Crystal Harris, a pole dance instructor in Pontiac, Mich., warns would-be "street polers" that they could get some strange looks. "It can go both ways," she said. "Some people will give you funny looks and assume we're strippers Boyleston Street around 2 a.m.," she said. "After some girls have had a drink, they will show off their skills by doing them on scaffolding. However, it's hard to twirl around on stop signs because the poles are square." As for Kurz, she is most likely to "street pole" on sunny days, but she says it's best to take precautions before doing any "street poling." who just don't have a pole. But, really, we're just doing tricks. It's not like we're bringing music to the park." "On the other hand," she said, "little kids think it's cool. They don't know about strip clubs and just think I'm, like, doing a handstand across the park." 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So here, without further adieu, is the official scoop on Killer Klowns 2 straight from the source. - You've been the main source of information regarding this sequel. What's your involvement with the project? Killer Klowns From Outer Space 2 !! A sequel to The Chiodo Bros. are involved in a huge way. The original was their baby and though this one is a little bit more collaborative than the first being that I'm writing and producing with them, it's still their brainchild and I wouldn't have dreamed of doing it without them. Stephen will be directing, Ed producing and Charlie bringing all his wonderful creative genius as he always does. The Chiodo's are good friends as well! - Can you share any plot details with us in regards to the film? Will it be a totally new story or will it be connected to the first? Well, I don't want to say too much about the story at this early juncture but I will say that it is connected to the first movie and my character will be the mentor to the two new young leads that have to try save the world from the Klowns when they return. They're also trying to save themselves because the bad stuff the Klowns do at first gets blamed on them. -Will the original Klowns be returning or will we be treated to a new batch this time around? Definitely we'll have a whole new batch of Klowns. I just left the Chiodo Bros' studio and they are dreaming up some great new Klown faces as we speak. - What's the current status of this project? We have a script and a commitment for all our funding but the money can't be spent until we have a distribution deal in place so that's where we are � talking to distributors. As soon as that final piece comes into place we should be pretty much good to go. - One of the things that made the first film so iconic was the catchy score. 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