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ROBERT GANS Publisher

JONATHAN MAJAK Creative Director JONATHAN DELEEUW Art Director

EDITORIAL MERCEDES CORONA Editorial Director GREG RAMBO Contributing Editor

CORRESPONDENTS PAULIE K., SHIRLEY CHAN, KORY FRENCH

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS JEN ADAMS, CHRISTINE ALLETI, TARA BARNETT, AMBER COMINGORE, DESTIN DOUGLAS, CAROLINE FRITH, TRISH LAUREA, AARON LETRICK, RAJAN SEDALIA, LUIS VASQUEZ, FREDDY YAURI

ADVERTISING CARLA MALDONADO Advertising Sales Account Manager

CREDITS Jesse Jane (DigitalPlayground.com), Shauna Sand (Vivid.com), Roger Huerta (Bellator), Lupe Fuentes (Aziani.com, photo by Lisa Boyle, courtesy of RockStarPornStar.com, courtesy of ILOVELUPE.com)

© 2010 Scores/Entice Gentlemen’s Magazine, LTD., Scores Entertainment Magazine (June/July 2010). Scores Entertainment Magazine is a trademark of Scores/Entice Gentlemen’s Magazine, LTD. and is duly registered on the Principal Register of the Patent and Trademark Office. The Known Office of Publication is New York, NY. All persons appearing in this magazine were 18 years of age or at the time they were photographed. Scores Entertainment Magazine is published 6 times a year, every eight weeks by Scores/Entice Gentlemen’s Magazine, LTD., 617 Eleventh Avenue, New York, New York 10036. All unsolicited material must be accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope and should be addressed to: Customer Relations, Scores/Entice Gentlemen’s Magazine, LTD. 617 Eleventh Avenue, New York, New York 10036. All contributions, including transparencies, photographs, manuscripts and cartoons submitted to the magazine are sent at the owner’s risk, neither Scores/Entice Gentlemen’s Magazine, LTD., nor their agents accept liability for loss or damage. Scores/Entice Gentlemen’s Magazine, LTD. assumes no responsibility for the advertisements, nor any representations made therein. The Advertiser is solely responsible for all ad contents, photos and/or artwork submitted for their advertisements and the Advertiser shall hold harmless the Publisher from and against any legal actions due to copyright or trademark infrigement, lack of proper releases, unfair trade practices, slander, etc. The articles within this magazine are meant for entertainment purposes only. The publisher in no way offers any suggestions of any kind in regards to products, persons or services advertised, marketed, or cited within, therfore Scores Entertainment Magazine is not held responsible in any way for any actions resulting as a consequence of these advertisments and featured content.

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CONTENTS

June/July 2010

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BACHELOR PARTY - DAY AFTER

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FITNESS FASHION

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A SCORES EXPERIENCE

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DREAM CARS

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LOOKING UP LITTLE LUPE FUENTES

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EXOTIC GIFT GUIDE

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FEATURE / JESSE JANE

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SPORTS: MIXED MARTIAL ARTS

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NAILIN’ PALIN with LISA ANN

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TRAVEL: CAP CANA, D.R.

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EXPOSED: SHAUNA SAND

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SCORES NAUGHTYCAL PARTY

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SEX ADVICE

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GAMES

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ual is V k in P io d u St t n e m in a rt te Adult En te Si d e iz m ti p O d a iP w e N s e Launch

waiting for a site’s graphics to load,” Kysar said. “To that end, we’ve taken advantage of elements of the Safari engine and webkit standard to create a site that puts function first, but still has a sleek, attractive design to it.” Another aspect PinkVisualPad.com that the studio’s iPadusing fans will appreciate: the site offers access to videos from the full range of Pink Visual’s DVD lines and web content categories.

Company credits clever planning and diligent market research for ‘placing us ahead of the curve’

VAN NUYS, Calif. – Adult entertainment studio Pink Visual announced today the launch of PinkVisualPad.com (www.pinkvisualpad.com), a new website that is optimized for viewing on the much-anticipated iPad from Apple, which is due to hit shelves in the U.S. this Saturday, April 3. “We’re total Apple product nerds here at Pink Visual,” said Brand and Product Manager Kim Kysar. “As soon as Apple unveiled the iPad, we got to work on the site, even though we didn’t have much to go on at that point, other than the Safari engine. What we did know was that the iPad would sell like crazy, and that our customers and fans would expect Pink Visual to be at the forefront of the iPad erotica market; with the launch of PinkVisualPad.com, that’s exactly where we are.” Designed to adhere to webkit standards, PinkVisualPad.com makes extensive use of CSS, yielding a less graphic-heavy design and a faster loading site – crucial elements for iPad users with slower WiFi connections, Kysar said. “We know that our customers don’t want to spend their time

“In anticipation of advanced content delivery that would work seamlessly with emerging technologies, we’ve employed multiple codecs over the years,” Kysar said. “This practice has positioned us well; we were the first company to have such a high volume of content for the iPhone and now we’re ready to ‘flip the switch’ for the iPad as well. So, this won’t be some four-page-deep site with a few hundred clips; we’re talking about hours and hours of full-length scenes, including all of our most popular DVD titles.” It’s all part of a greater strategy for Pink Visual, Kysar said, which revolves around keeping a finger on the pulse of emerging media technologies, enabling the company to respond quickly to device-driven changes in the mobile market. “Thanks to the efforts we put into market research and optimizing our workflow, we’re in a position where we’re waiting on Apple and other device makers to create new platforms for our deep content delivery,” Kysar said. “It was that way with the iPhone, it is that way with the iPad, and the future looks no different.” About Pink Visual Mobile: Pink Visual is among the leaders in the mobile adult entertainment space, through its flagship mobile sites iPinkVisualPass.com, iMaleSpectrumPass.com and iPornoPass.com, which offer access to thousands of full-length sex scenes for a low monthly price. Pink Visual’s mobile products are available for promotion by webmasters through the TopBucks.com advertising program. For more information, call: 1.866.360.PINK or email: Kim@PinkVisual.com. Pink Visual: We Innovate, You Masturbate.

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As specialty classes continue to gain popularity, their variety keeps increasing. Zumba is a Latin dance exercise that combines movements from many dance styles, including salsa, flamenco, samba, belly dancing and even tango. Instruction is available via live classes as well as DVDs. Visit www.zumba.com for more information.

Two new applications of that bastion of childhood fun, the hula hoop, will help you work up a sweat. Hooping uses large, heavy hoops to give people more control. The motion of hooping strengthens core muscles and provides a vigorous cardiovascular workout. Hoopilates takes it one step further by integrating traditional Pilates elements with hooping. Learn more at www.hooping.org.

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ENTERTAINMENT

HUMOR

A guy walks into a bar... A guy walks into a bar and sees a horse tending bar, apron and all, wiping out a glass. He stares at the horse for a minute without saying a word. The horse returns the stare and breaks the silence by asking, "Hey buddy, what's the matter? You can't believe that a horse can tend bar?" "No", the guy says, "I can't believe that the ferret sold the place." A guy walks into a bar after a long day at work and orders a drink. After his first sip, he hears a high-pitched voice. "Hey mister! Nice pants!" it says. He looks around, doesn’t see anything, and quickly shrugs it off. After a little bit, he takes another sip and hears the voice again. “Hey mister! Sweet shoes!” Again, he looks around, sees nothing but a bartender who is busy attending to other customers. Shaking his head, he sips once more. “Hey mister! Cool shirt!” He puts down his drink, frustrated at this phantom voice, and signals to the bartender, who comes over. Hey barkeep,” he begins, “what is that high-pitched voice I keep hearing?” “Oh, those are the peanuts,” he replies. “They’re complimentary.” Three guys are drinking in a bar when a drunk comes in, staggers up to them, and points at the guy in the middle, shouting, "Your mom's the best sex in town!" Everyone expects a fight, but the guy ignores him, so the drunk wanders off and bellies up to the bar at the far end. Ten minutes later, the drunk comes back, points at the same guy, and says, "I just did your mom, and it was sw-e-et!" Again the guy refuses to take the bait, and the drunk goes back to the far end of the bar. Ten minutes later, he comes back and announces, "Your mom liked it!" Finally the guy interrupts. "Go home, Dad, you're drunk!" www.SCORESmagzine.com

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UP & COMING Featuring Jason Fiore-Ortiz

ason Fiore-Ortiz is about aspirations. He is currently pursuing two major fields which will culminate in 2010 with his debut album and newest film appearance in “MOB$STREET” written by Academy Award nominated actor and writer, Chazz Palminteri. Jason is an up and comer not unlike many others actors in the entertainment business. He has however made two significant inroads by appearing in Spiderman 2 as Henry Jackson, Peter Parker’s brother in 2004 and The Ministers in 2009 along with superstar performers John Leguizamo and Harvey Keitel. As a Ford model at the age of eight, the potential to do great things was apparent. Yet nothing is given in this business, it often has to be earned. Jason understood this from the beginning. Jason’s father left the family when he was nine forcing him to become the man of the family. “It was not any one role. It was working hard and going on auditions again and again. I can definitely say I’ve been back and forth to the city on auditions a thousand times.” Jason works at his craft on the screen and in the studio on his music. He also happens to be a full-time student at Ramapo College. Despite starting his freshman year, Jason often comes home to check on his family and make sure things are well.“It’s hard work and provides great motivation. You have to keep on top of yourself. I’m just a ball of energy.”

In 2009 Jason played in the Ministers opposite John Leguizamo. Jason took the experience for all it was worth by working with top actors, learning from them, watching them. Citing his favorite part of the film as when a man was set on fire gives one an idea that he was very excited to do this film. Adrenaline running he shined in another key role. “I was the main character’s brother. He was later a priest in the movie. I was his older brother. My scene was in the very beginning of the movie. It was the fire scene. I was outside with my brother while my parents actually died in the fire.” Jason has many interests. Music is definitely one of them. A fan of Hip-Hop who particularly enjoys Little Wayne, Jason is launching his debut album in July entitled “The Prince of Hip-Hop.” Jason tells us what to expect. “It is a Hip-Hop album. I have a website j-lou@enterprise.com that has released a few singles. One of them is called “The Dynasty”. It’s about the Yankees. No one has really rapped about the Yankees so I hope it gets big and people will like it.”It’s not a surprise as Jason was quite the athlete playing baseball and hockey. Jason also will be part of Chazz Palminteri’s project film called “Mobstreet”, a Wall-Street-Mafia thriller, which is filming in June and coming out at the end of the year. He is playing one of the young stockholders but it doesn’t stop there. He is also looking to push his sister, Suzanne, an aspiring singer, into the music industry as well. This goes back to their early days when he would always make time for her and his mom, compensating for what they lacked. Jason Fiore-Ortiz is going places. An avid skier, he is used to going fast forward but experienced in making those turns. Jason knows what he wants. “You have to start somewhere. I’m very energetic. I put smiles on everyone’s faces. I’m a performer and entertainer and that’s what I’m going to do.”

A desire to be where some of his favorite actors like Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino reside, one must take what is available. Jason did that by competing against other actors, something he claims is the hardest obstacle to movie success. Yet Jason believes in himself and it has made him a desirable talent. “Belief is everything. You have to have confidence-a swagger. It’s everything. I always go on auditions with a good attitude with script and being prepared. If I get it I get it, if not I’m going to run. “ It has served him well. First, as Peter Jackson in Spiderman Two, a bit part well placed can add to one’s notoriety. Having appeared on Howard Stern and Law and Order in the past, Jason specialized in making small moments count on screen. This role mirrored his real life love for his mother, Donna, who he is very close to.“I was helping our mom move stuff out of the house. It was sort of the climax of the movie. I made him become Spiderman again. That was really cool. It was a little part that was a key part.” ##

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Cocktail of the Month

Mojito Diablo Ingredients:

White Tequila Creme De Cassis Lime Mint 7-Up速 Soda Brown Sugar

Quantities for one drink:

1 1/2 White Tequila 1/2 Creme de Cassi s 2 Lime Wedges 12 Fresh Mint Leav es 3 - 6 oz 7-Up速 Sod a 1 tbsp Brown Suga r

Blending Instructions:

Muddle sugar, mi nt and squeezed lime we dges in mixing tin until mi xture smells like spearm int gum Fill with ice, add tequila and cassis, shake until the tin is icey to the tou ch Pour into a collin s glass, top with 7-up an d garnish with a sugarcane stick and fresh mint an d enjoy!

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GAMES

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