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The owner, Allen McNulty, stated, "When we launched our site in July 1997, the internet was a different animal. It was fairly calm, spam was rare, and porn sites were few. Fortunately, we had the foresight to carve out our niche early. Of course, now the internet is a massive beast and we are now just one of an astronomical amount of porn sites. Thinking back, I remember that we started out as a mail order business, because using credit cards online didn't really exist yet. Customers would print out an online order form and then mail it to us with their check or money order. After we were able to accept credit cards online, our business exploded."
McNulty continued, "We constantly had to adapt our business. We moved from mail order to online orders. We moved from VHS to DVD. Although we still carry DVD's, we expanded to online downloads and Pay-Per-View at HelloPenis.com. Then, we had to expand that to allow for mobile content. I don't know what the next generation of porn will be, but we'll be ready…as we always have been."
"We are so proud, happy, and very thankful for our loyal customers over the many years and hope to continue providing the best customer service and products that they've come to know and depend on.", McNulty added.
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LONDON (Reuters) – Up to 200 strip poker players will compete Saturday to see who will lose their shirts — and more — and who will scoop 10,000 pounds by retaining their clothes and modesty.
Organized by Irish bookmaker Paddy Power, the inaugural World Strip Poker Championship takes place at the prestigious Cafe Royal in central London with players battling it out in games of “No Limit Texas Hold ’em.”
“We are holding the competition because we got so much interest from our spoof April Fool this year about a strip poker competition that we thought, ‘why not? let’s do it for real,” Paddy Power’s Darren Haines told Reuters Friday.
He said players of both sexes from over 12 countries would battle it out for the “Gold Fig Leaf” trophy and the right to revel in the title of World Strip Poker Champion.
Aside from strict rules governing the poker play, Paddy Power has laid down clear guidelines on the stripping element — most importantly that each player starts the match by wearing five items of clothing supplied by the organizers.
Each contestant will be given a towel to sit on and to cover themselves when naked, but only after they have stripped completely.
“Inappropriate behavior,” will not be tolerated, said Paddy Power.
A federal judge today ruled that the U.S. government’s domestic eavesdropping program is unconstitutional and ordered it ended immediately.
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said the Bush Administration disagrees with the ruling and has appealed.