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well, being bored, i sometimes use Wikepdia to look stuff up and kill time

sometimes, i look up random shit, one of which is pornstars

you wouldn't believe some of the gems ive come across

let me share

also, feel free to post any other hileriously funny bio's about people that some of us may not know about

 

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Gia Paloma (born June 27, 1984) is an American pornographic actress.

 

Paloma grew up in Walnut, California and is of Italian ancestry.[1] Her stage name comes from Gia, a 1998 movie in which Angelina Jolie played model Gia Carangi, and Paloma, the Spanish word for dove as well as the name of Pablo Picasso's daughter.[2]

 

Paloma originally worked at a Starbucks before doing porn. [3] She got into the business because she needed money and also to get back at an ex-boyfriend.[1] Known for her aggressive double penetrations and edgy sex scenes, Paloma has made her mark for her willingness to try anything in her videos.[2] She has often performed in rough sex scenes including deep throating, gagging and choking scenes. In 2004 she had the somewhat dubious honor of being the first known recipient of a previously urban legend sex act known as a Donkey Punch in a commercial production when Alex Sanders punched her in the back of the head in "Gutter Mouths 30."[citation needed]

 

Paloma overdosed on cocaine in January 2005 in which her pulse increased to over three times a "normal" rate. She recovered quickly and returned to signing autographs at an Anabolic booth the next day, followed by an appearance at the AVN Awards (where she received a trophy for "Best All-Girl Sex Scene").[4]

 

Paloma was a contract director for a company called New Boundaries.[1] She signed a performing contract with Extreme Associates while still in the middle of her directing contract.[5] She ended her contract with Extreme Associates in May of 2006.[6]

 

Paloma has directed four titles so far, three were included in her series, "Nasty, Hard Sex" and the collaborative title with her ex-husband, Coffee Ron, entitled "Domestic Disturbance

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Gag Factor is a series of pornographic films made by JM Productions featuring rough deep throating. Most scenes in the films have a female actor who hangs her head over the side of a bed or stool, and a male actor who vigorously and repeatedly thrusts his penis through her open mouth and into her throat. The goal is to make the actress gag and thereby coat her face in mucus, semen, and occasionally vomit in order to degrade her while simultaneously sexually arousing the actor to the point of ejaculation by both the actress's degradation and submission to the actor's dominance, and the stimulation that the actor receives from having the actress perform oral sex on him.

 

The makers of the films refer to the women participants as "victims" and force them to respond to the name "Head". The series has won various AVN awards for best oral themed series. The makers of the series regularly claimed they have changed the way sex is viewed in America and made more men ask their wives for gag-sex. Their motto is "The best throatfucking ever lensed". The movies also feature some of their female "victims" wearing black tape over their eyes in the shape of X's.

 

This series is responsible for one of the most controversial moments in porn. In Gag Factor 13 actress Soma stops an act mid-scene and says she does not want to continue. The producer tells Soma that she must continue if she wants her money, and she eventually walks off the set distraught. The producer then says "Sorry you had to see that." and begins laughing. On at least one version of "Gag Factor 13", however, "Soma" is seen completing the scene. At no point does she say she wants to stop or walks off the set. However, the scene was obviously shot in 2 separate segments because the edit is clearly visible when she goes from having smeared blue eye makeup to no eye makeup at all in the closing minutes of the scene.[citation needed]

 

In October 2007, a Phoenix jury found Gag Factor distributors, Five Star DVD, guilty of transporting obscene materials, Gag Factor 18, across state lines

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hahaha sadly, i am in the middle of writing a term paper

so i cant really leave untill im done

and it just so happens i am also on a computer

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Mac Minister (born Andre Dow, 1971, San Francisco, California) is an American rapper, currently under indictment for the murder of Kansas City rappers Anthony "Fat Tone" Watkins and Jermaine "Cowboy" Akins in Las Vegas, Nevada in May 2005.

 

Mac Minister was profiled on an episode of America's Most Wanted, allegedly for retaliating for the murder of Bay Area hip-hop legend Mac Dre in Kansas City, Missouri. After a 10-month manhunt, Mac was apprehended by the FBI on the evening of March 2, 2006 while hiding out in a San Francisco apartment. Mac Minister is set to go on trial for the murder of Fat Tone. He worked with many artists such as E-40, Too Short, Mac Dre, DJ Quik and Snoop Dogg and Moises Rosales.

 

 

that real bay area rap funk bitch.

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i hope that shit is squashed now.

 

kc and the bay had a good relationship beforehand, which goes back in history to the train lines and shit, and i think it's cool again, but i don't know.

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The apostrophe ( ’ or ' ) is a punctuation mark, and sometimes a diacritic mark, in languages written in the Latin alphabet. In English, it has two main functions: it marks omissions, and it assists in marking the possessives of all nouns and many pronouns. (In strictly limited cases, it is allowed to assist in marking plurals, but most authorities now disapprove of such usage; see below.) According to the OED, the word comes ultimately from Greek ἡ ἀπόστροφος [προσῳδία] (hē apóstrophos [prosōidía], the [accent of] "turning away", or elision), through Latin and French.[1]

 

The apostrophe is different from the closing single quotation mark (usually rendered identically but serving a quite different purpose), and from the similar-looking prime (which is used to indicate measurement in feet or arcminutes, and for various mathematical purposes).

 

 

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so is there any available video we can see of said donkeypunching?

 

if someone can find the movie where she got hit then yes

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