For a full transcript of one of these tapes. please see our book The Philosophy of Extremism. At the link or at Barnes & Noble.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
In our researches, Jennifer Chesler & i have encountered a challenge & a terrible dilemma. OMG, there are more tapes, where are the lost tapes? Our sex life, our mental health, our age play, & our literary development depend upon these tapes, detailing the exploits of the spanking judge (the Texan one, not the fictional Italian one). we cannot express strongly enough how this material excites us, & clearly others, as shown by the missing comments section on the YouTube version of the tape that we possess.
Friday, October 27, 2017
Finally! a dream come true. Today we received this:
Notice from Apple: Prohibited Explicit or Objectionable Content (Informational) This book contains prohibited explicit or objectionable content, which cannot be accepted on iBooks. Prohibited explicit or objectionable content includes but is not limited to: 1. Depiction (photo or drawing) of a child in a sexual situation, even without contact. 2. Photographs of penetrative sex, oral/genital contact, or genitals. 3. Textual encouragement to commit a crime (e.g. books supporting, encouraging or defending rape, pedophilia, incest, or bestiality or books detailing how to commit a sexual crime). 4. Photographic content intended for the sole purpose of sexual arousal. 5. Excessively objectionable or crude content.
This was about The Philosophy of Extremism. We do not feel that the book contained anything but material that was, morally speaking, in ship shop shape.
I think it was number five got us 😀😎
Anyway, we were accepted by Nook & Kobo.
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