Saturday, December 8, 2007

naked twister

DUNCANVILLE, Texas (AP) - One popular address in Duncanville -- for adults -- is Jim Trulock's split-level home.

The Associated Press reports the house has a group sex room and attracts as many as 100 people to swinger parties featuring "Naked Twister" nights.

But the festivities could soon be over.

In response to neighbor complaints, the Dallas-area city has outlawed sex clubs in residential areas.

Citations have been issued. Search warrants may be next.

Neighbors have complained of noise, traffic and parking problems on Friday and Saturday nights, when Trulock's home becomes "The Cherry Pit."

Duncanville officials say Trulock is operating a business featuring live sex acts.

But attorneys for Trulock say the Cherry Pit is nothing more than a private residence where friends get together to socialize in whatever way they prefer.

Guests are encouraged to make "voluntary donations" to cover the cost of food and refreshments. Organizers deny that anyone is charged admission.

On the Net:

Just wanted to give you an update on the ongoing writers strike, before you head off to your glorious weekends of skiing, Christmas shopping, Naked Twister parties and whatever else you folks do on Saturdays and Sundays.

Talks broke off between producers and the writers on Friday, after four days of talks that at first seemed to be productive and then ... well, not so much. In fact, the Writers Guild of America sent out a letter Friday afternoon that pretty much said that the producers were dragging their heels in the talks and even accused them of trying to sabotage the talks. Of course, the Alliance of Motion Picture And Television Producers also sent out their own letter on Friday to explain their side.

As 2007 is about to turn into 2008, it really doesn't look like we're going to see that many new scripted shows for the rest of the season (besides what is already in the can and will be seen in January and February). This could last for months.

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