Consider what Stormy does to make a living

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion After viewing the interview of Stormy Daniels by Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes,” I was shaking my head trying to understand what I had just seen. It reminded me of the ridiculousness of Sen. Orin Hatch grilling Clarence Thomas during his confirmation hearings talking about Long John Dong.This entire situation is entirely out of context. There should have been images all over the set of what she does for a living, albeit with a lot of black censor marks to cover up the images. Then we would have a better idea of what we are dealing with than some “poor me” dumbstruck blonde who is the victim of being taken advantage of by a big bad lawyer and his rich client.  Quite frankly it was like one boob asking another boob stupid questions about consenting adults having sex. Has 60 Minutes gone to the level of Jerry Springer?I’m going out on a limb here because I believe most people have no idea what goes on in the porn, oops, adult entertainment industry. It can be quite overwhelming to an individual experiencing it for the first time on DVD or the Internet. Having been in the video rental business for 24 years, and yes, we rented adult video movies, I know firsthand all about the business. First and foremost, it’s a money-making industry. If anyone on their right mind doesn’t believe that Stormy Daniels isn’t looking for a larger payday, then we weren’t watching the same interview.Do any of us really believe that a man, yes of the Donald Trump stature and reputation, could resist the temptation being alone in a hotel suite with a porn star? Oops, I meant to say adult film actress.Bob BeliveGlenvilleMore from The Daily Gazette:Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristslast_img read more

Return of Troy

first_imgRalf Cheung | Daily Trojan Interim head coach Ed Orgeron made his USC coaching debut on Thursday at the Coliseum in a 38-31 victory over the University of Arizona Wildcats. The game was the Trojans’ fourth victory of the season. Read the full game recap on page 12.last_img

Chelsea’s impressive possible 2016/17 starting XI with three major signings

first_img 11 11 Wing back: Cesar Azpilicueta – The Spaniard always seems to put in 100 per cent wherever he plays. Wing back: Kenedy – Kenedy’s versatility helped him gain minutes last season and could thrive a little further forward. Wide forward: Eden Hazard – The playmaker says he is not looking to join PSG and intends to stay at Chelsea. Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois – How will Chelsea line up under new manager Antonio Conte? There are a number of formations attributed to the Italian such as 3-5-2 and 3-4-3 and here, talkSPORT looks at 3-4-3 beginning at the back with Courtois, one of football’s best goalies. 11 11 Centre back: Kurt Zouma – If he can remain clear of the dreaded anterior cruciate ligament injury, then the imposing 21-year-old stopper is definitely one to keep. His development would also be aided playing with experienced players like Bonucci and John Terry. 11 Centre midfield: Cesc Fabregas – Fabregas’ position in the team is likely to provoke debate, but he certainly has the technical qualities to prosper in a Conte team. Centre back: Gary Cahill – Conte has a number of options at the back with John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic, Matt Miazga also competing with Cahill. Striker: Christian Benteke – A number of strikers have been linked with Chelsea and Liverpool man Benteke is the latest. Centre midfield: Radja Nainggolan – The Roma midfielder has revealed Chelsea are interested in signing him. Centre back: Leonardo Bonucci – The Juventus and Italy defender is repeatedly being linked with Chelsea and a reunion with Conte. 11 11 11 11 11 11 There are a number of formations attributed to new Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and here, talkSPORT looks at a possible 3-4-3.Players have continued to be linked with transfers to Stamford Bridge, so here is one way the Blues could line up next season.Click the arrow above, right, to see the XI and let us know how YOU think Chelsea will look when the 2016/17 campaign gets going.For more Chelsea news, click here. Wide forward: Pedro – Pedro has explained he is keen to make his second season at Chelsea better than his first and is looking forward to working under Conte.last_img read more