Lately, to myself I seem to have become the Perez Hilton of gay porn to some extent. What's troubling about that is the fact that I hate that lard-ass faggot with a passion for intruding upon people's privacy by outing them. I do however take solace in the fact that the people I spread gossip about are pricks that earned it. Such as Pierre Fitch, and now Jeff Burnside.
"Who is Jeff Burnside?", you ask.
He's the reporter who did the story that was featured on Dateline NBC called, "The House Next Door", that was originally aired on NBC's Miami affiliate station. The story was about how the house FlavaWorks uses to produce their Dorm Life DVD series, and videos featured on their website, CocoDorm.com was in a residential neighborhood.
Well, whatever Burnside and NBC's motives were for throwing those stones from his glass house, it seems karma has come back to bite them on their asses hard. Throwing stones back at them in a way that can make Jeff Burnside's glass house come crashing down.
You see, according to an article in the Miami Herald, last Sunday morning at 5:40 AM, Jeff Burnside was spotted by police driving with his headlights off. The officer noticed Burnside to have all the signs of being intoxicated. Everything from a flushed face to slurred speech. After the officer had Burnside try a few sobriety tests, and without a doubt failed - Burnside was charged with a DUI.
Is that a sign of karma doing justice or what? There was no reason for the reporters to make a big deal about what goes on in that house, because what goes on there is no different than what goes on in just about everyone else's. People are attracted to each other, and they have sex. It's nature, it happens. The difference is that the guys who live in that house make a money off of that attraction and the sex that follows.
And with that in mind, how many people do the same thing just to get ahead in business? Many women and men have used their attraction to fuck their way up the corporate ladder. And Jeff Burnside and NBC doing this story was nothing else but being the typical voice of people trying to cover up their own guilt of the things they've done by putting the spotlight on somebody else - even when that person has done nothing wrong.
And yes, I said it. FlavaWorks did nothing wrong, because (1) they actually do reside in that house, and (2) many porn websites are made from cameras being set up in the privacy of someone's home. Should their neighbors be complaining or should they be forced to moved from their home? NO, they should not, and neither should FlavaWorks. The guys had sex behind the closed doors of the house that they reside in, just like their neighbors, me and my neighbors, and you and your neighbors do. Now, if Breion Diamond takes one of the guys onto the front porch and fucks him like there's no tomorrow, while a married couple with a newborn in a stroller and holding the hand of their 6 year-old are walking past - THEN we have a problem. Especially, if it was a constant occurrence. BUT since that was never the case, nor is anyone underage, the situation with FlavaWorks was nothing more than Jeff Burnside and NBC playing the nosey neighbor.
I was most appalled by NBC's part in that report, because I have been a great admirer of Dateline NBC's "To Catch A Predator" series for some time now. So to see NBC make this turn was quite disappointing. But with this revelation about Jeff Burnside's DUI, I'm quickly getting over my disappointment. Maybe next time NBC will start checking the grass in their own backyard before trying to intrude upon the grass of someone else's.