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TheWeekholeview: To Porn or not to Porn Yourself, That Is the Question

Here, each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week, in more than one way or day:

On Wednesday, March 5, Belle Knox, the Duke educated porn star explained her actions:

“My decision to do porn was a private one I made. Yes, my seven (7) movies were for public consumption and anybody could see my face, though not that well from the angles it was filmed. I was outed to my university classmates by another Duke student who I had known from back home, and who later had seen me on the Internet a few months ago. But no one is asking the right question: It costs a lot of money to see me on the Internet, how does an undergraduate Duke student have that much money to spend on a porn movie, when he could do porn for a living, or as I tell myself “to pay for college”? I know the guy quite well, and I am sure he could get a 3 figure-offer to use it,” Knox wrote on the XO Jane website. “Then Frank, that’s his name, proceeded to reveal who I was to the entire online Duke community. You can imagine the offers I started to receive. And he wanted a percent of everything I made after the outing. The nerve he has.”

On Thursday, March 6, the NSA got together to watch Belle Knox’s movies and compare notes on her identity. The NSA remained baffled by the outing. They never knew her real identity, or they never cared to learn it.

Friday, March 7, Obama called Putin and talked for about one hour about the Belle Knox phenomenon. They wondered whether they could do some porn together and pay for Ukraine’s debt. The Weinstein’s MIRAMAX is looking into how to make the porn palatable to the masses.

On Saturday, March 8, people forgot to celebrate the International Day of Women, in the same way they forgot Belle Knox.

On Sunday, March 9, New Yorkers enjoyed the weather. As expected, it proved to be temporary.

On Monday, March 10, Liam Neeson rallied against Mayor de Blasio’s decision to to ban equine carriages from New York City’s streets.

“I’ve been walking in the streets of Central Park for a few hours, five days a week, for 20 years,” Neeson said via his NYC agent. Neeson was talking in his agent’s ear piece directly from Dublin where he would celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

“I know some of the drivers, too. They are my stunts in my many movies shot all over the world.” The agent continued without blushing. He was just reading a well-paid script.

On Tuesday, March 11, 2014, Robert Redford met his younger, European “mail” wife, whom he married in 2009 at Sundance via Skype. The rendez-vous, one in many to follow, TPV learned, was called “The Way of the Rain Miami,” and it would cost attendees $500 for the first 5 minutes of uncomfortable watching how human relations are made.

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