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November 10, 2009 - Jim Smith
There are many things in the news that leave me shaking my head in frustration or confusion, and all the lawsuits and controversy over the unauthorized selling and Internet airing of celebrity sex videos is on that list.
If the celebrities are so offended by the sale and/or airing of the viedeos, why were they made in the first place?
The easiest way to guarantee such material never gets into the public domain is to not make the videos.
The latest video involves Jennifer Lopez seeking to prevent her ex-husband from making and selling a movie containing home video material of her in sexual situations, including during the 1997 honeymoon of their 11-month marriage.
Duh, why make such junk ... and more to the point is it merely an attempt to gain publicity for Lopez's ailing career or is she really offended? If she were really offended, why wasn't the material seized and destroyed when their marriage ended?
All in all, just more celebrity garbage!
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