banquets, the whole thing.
For some reason my ad blocker isn't suppressing things as well as it used to. I don't know why. I've recently started seeing some of the teasers at the top of the CNET web pages. Just for grins I clicked one a while ago about how the Porn industry is struggling. My immediate reaction was 'yeah, right'. The actual article was called: "Porn Industry Hits Limits of the "Freemium" Model". I suppose they have a point in the article when they claim that for most media the model of giving away content to attract eyeballs is not sustainable but 'Freemium'? That's an odd word.
I've always wondered how media companies expect to survive if they give away on the web the same content for which they charge in print. It doesn't make sense to me. Maybe I'm missing something. And I'd never heard of porn sites giving away anything except viruses and driveby downloads and infinite numbers of popups.
I did learn something though. I didn't realize that there are 'Porn Stars' who apparently have loyal audiences. I suppose that the next thing somebody is going to claim is that the movies actually have plots and they watch them because of the story and the quality of the acting.