Friday, August 28, 2015

Did Ashley Madison Accounts Extend To Bay Area Media?



Of course I heard the rumors and have received a few of your tips.

(Many of them are quite delicious)

I'm referring to the whole Ashley Madison accounts that apparently has extended to the Bay Area media world. We'll, maybe, maybe not.

I'm investigating and will report soon if there's any meat and potatoes --or not.

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25 comments:

  1. I saw Christine's name on the site & shit my pants.

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    1. If Christine's name was on the site it was just as a form of "salt peter", whereby any man would lose his sexual urges upon meeting her.

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  2. Stay classy Rich.

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  3. You're investigating? Start with your credit card bill.

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  4. I should care because why?

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  5. Maybe 415 Media should peek into the bedrooms of local media personalities and report what these people do in bed.

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  6. This world is sick. Technology has passed the point of improving our lives and now worsens it. What business is it of anyone else's who was or was not using Ashley Madison, other than their spouses? Why the hell should I or anyone care whether a media personality is cheating on their spouse or not? People started freely giving up privacy over the last 15 years or so, frequently with the thinking that "the end justifies the means", and this is where its lead to. I'm against people cheating on their spouse. But it's a PERSONAL matter. Who the hell doesn't have personal things in their background that they'd rather the world not know? We now live in a world where everything is apparently everyone's business, and it's just plain sick.

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  7. Oh, and of course, just because someone's name/email appears on that list does not even mean they cheated. Maybe they had a weak moment and looked but never acted. Or from what I understand, email address were not verified on that site, so they may not even be aware their email address was used. I hope everyone who is so thrilled with this leak has their dirty laundry published for all the world to seek. (And no, I have not used the site and am in no way condoning cheating. I'm just terrified of what this world has come to and where it's going as privacy becomes a forgotten relic of the past.)

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  8. Please don't be Henry. Please don't be Henry. *crosses fingers*

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    1. Drunk Henry TannenbaumAugust 28, 2015 at 5:40 PM

      Surprise, Goddamit!! Here's a free drink; drink it & shut your hole, bitch!! Let's Dance!! DANCE!!!

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  9. Hmph...I'll bet Jan Wahl's name is on the list. Lard-Ass.

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  10. I can think of at least one Bay Area ND who's probably sweating right now. Both his wife and his girlfriend are going to be pissed.

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    1. The girlfriend will not care, as she is still employed.

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  11. Funniest thing is there were no women on the site according to the published subscriber list.

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  12. I would bet that Gary Radnich is on that list!!!

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  13. Those bitching the loudest are probably on the list. Publish it. It's called free choice. If you don't want to read it then go watch something intellectually stimulating on KRON News.

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    1. I'm bitching and I can guarantee I'm not on the list, unless someone used my email address without my knowledge or permission, which is another problem with this list. It's free choice whether to read it or not obviously since someone has published it. But that doesn't make it right for this information to have been published. Whether you or I condone the behavior, the fact is no one committed a crime by signing up for that site and they had reasonable expectation that their information would be kept private. Would you feel so cavalier if, for instance, you were a gay man who was not "out" and you walked into a gay bar, and without your knowledge or consent, a list of people entering that bar was published on the internet? Or, if you were facing some medical condition that you didn't necessarily want the world to know about (perhaps your employer), and someone published a list of people with that condition? In your ideal world, is there no privacy for anyone about anything?

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  14. Aren't there supposed to be women's names on that list, too? And you say they aren't there? I wonder why not...

    ..checking on my squeeze, you know.

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  15. I wonder how many were on MYREDBOOK.COM

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    1. I wonder where they all went when it was shut down. Whatever happened to the owners that were charged? Did they do jail time?

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    2. How gross can people get? MyRedbook sounds as classless as Ashley Madison. What has technology done to people?

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    3. Backpage.com, lovings.com, Eros Guide...the list goes on and on...

      What made Redbook different - and before you ask I worked in marketing for the adult entertainment industry for a decade - was that it provided a forum not only for clients but for the providers as well. Yes, there were ads for "escorts" of every imaginable kind but there were also boards for TVTS, BDSM and other enthusiasms. It was a safe forum for open and honest discussion. Plus they also had Pinkbook which was reserved strictly for the girls. The Feds taking down Redbook only accomplished one thing really - making it difficult and less safe for some folks to earn a living.

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  16. Consenting adults? No one's fucking business then.

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  17. It is a scam. 30 million men and less than 2000 women, plus a lot of fakes. 30 million horny men!

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  18. Please be Vicki Liviakis!

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