September 29, 2010 01:10pm
Myles' Weekend Adventures
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. I had intended to go to the Galaxy Theater, in Santa Ana, Thursday evening, September 9Th, to see the Boozies Floozies Burlesque Review once again. So much for that idea.
Southern California Edison treated me to an unannounced power outage that afternoon. By the time I had gone out to pay a couple of bills and had returned, the power was back on. However, while I had all three lights on my DSL modem brightly lit, I could not connect to the Internet.
By the time I finished a phone conversation with a support technician, after a very long time on hold, and I was again connected to the Internet, I couldn't have made it down to the Galaxy in time for the start of the show even if I ran out the door without cleaning up or changing clothes.
Friday, September 10Th, I drove my executive-vice-president-in-charge-of-backseat-driving to Chandler, Arizona to attend a Michael Bolton concert. (that included a stop to pig out at Pancho's Mexican Buffet in Phoenix of course.)
That killed my chance to see McKenzie Lee perform at the downtown Los Angeles Spearmint Rhino needless-to-say.
Surprisingly enough, even though it wasn't country, Cajun, or Zydeco music, I enjoyed Mr. Bolton's concert much more than I thought I would.
Saturday evening, September 11Th, I drove out to the Rialto Spearmint Rhino to spend some time with Courtney Cummz and to observe both of her shows.
For her first show of the evening, Courtney wore a lavender and silver bustier with a pair of matching bikini bottoms. Her footwear was a pair of knee-length, white, high-heeled boots with platform soles of moderate height.
Courtney performed this show to, ''Turnin' Me On,'' by Keri Hilson, ''Cooler Than Me,'' by Mike Posner, ''Best I Ever Had,'' by Drake, and, ''Say Aah,'' by Trey Sonz.
At the start of her final show of the weekend, Courtney wore a black and white midriff top and a very small pair of black and white shorts. The shorts had, ''Cummz,'' spelled out across the back in big black letters. The letters were highlighted with fair-sized silver sequins. On her feet, Courtney wore what appeared to be the same pair of boots.
This show was performed to, ''We Run LA,'' by Ya Boy, ''Cooler Than Me,'' by Mike Posner, ''Single Ladies,'' by Beyonce, and, ''Teenage Dream,'' by Katy Perry.
Courtney ended both shows with a game of cooter ball.
When Courtney plays a game of cooter ball, she makes it so easy, and gives the customers so much help, anybody that can't win a Courtney poster on the first shot couldn't hit a bull in the butt with a bass fiddle!
Courtney's interaction with the denizens of the tip rail was excellent, as always. If fact, during one of the shows, I believe it was the first one, if I remember correctly, a nice looking young female fan climbed up onto the stage for some fun and games with Courtney. I swear, if the lady had removed her clothes, and had there been a good camera crew on hand, the two ladies could have shot a hot girl/girl scene. The applause went wild of course.
Regarding Courtney’s interaction with the customers, she has a habit of occasionally leaving the stage and giving mini-lap dances to some of the people in the cheap seats.
The beautiful Courtney is an intelligent, very well spoken and extremely friendly lady. She also has a great sense of humor, plus she loves meeting and chatting with her fans!
Courtney stands five feet six and one half inches tall, weighs in at one hundred twenty-seven pounds, and she measures 34D-26-36. Courtney has hazel eyes, and her hair is generally brown with lots of blonde streaks and highlights.
I highly recommend that no one should ever pass up an opportunity to get out to a club to see Courtney perform and to meet her in person. I just don’t see how anybody could possibly not enjoy the experience.
Pay Courtney a visit at: CourtneyCummz.com
Vette Nation Army
Sunday evening, September 12Th, I went into Los Angeles to spend some time at the Score Gentlemen's Club.
When I arrived and entered the club, in addition to the friendly staff and the lovely house dancers, the original Tommy Gunn, Elizabeth Starr, Brandi Aniston, California Slim, Vicky Vette, Sara Jay, Sunny Lane, Francesca Le, Deauxma, Carmen Valentina and Gaby Quinteros were also there hanging out and having lots of fun.
At one point in the evening, Vicky Vette, Sara Jay, Sunny Lane, Francesca Le, Deauxma, Carmen Valentina and Gabby Quinteros went onto the stage to perform together and things got a bit wild!
Carmen Valentina's website is currently under construction. Once it is finished and officially launched, people will be able to check Carmen out at: CarmenValentina.com
At this time, Gabby Quinteros is an honorary Vette Nation Army girl until such time as she has enough content to start a website.
Pay the other ladies a visit at: Deauxma.com SaraJay.com SunnyLaneLive.com and VickyAtHome.com
If a person joins one website, they get all of the Vette Nation Army girls websites for the price of one!
And that's a wrap! Let's all meet back here the next time to continue discussing hot, gorgeous, women. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,