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We Want Anderson Cooper For His First On Camera Solo

I will openly admit that Anderson Cooper was my first man crush. When I was younger, I would stay up late (sometimes all night) with a bottle of lotion and a box of Kleenex, to watch him on ABC’s World News Now and even followed his career move over to CNN. I was probably the only high schooler that was up-to-date on current events, but performed poorly in class, do to my insomnia-tic behaviors.

Today it gives me great pleasure to announce our studio’s intent to offer award-winning, gay journalist Anderson Cooper $1,000,000 for the exclusive rights to his first on camera jerk-off session. If Anderson has learned anything from other main stream, fame-hungry entertainers, then he knows that his first sex tape will do great things for his ratings.

Our casting team has made several attempts to reach the appropriate parties responsible for Mr. Coopers public relations and remain optimistic that he will see this as a career defining opportunity.

T.I.M. founder and creative head, Paul Morris endorses this deal, calling it a win-win for both Cooper and our loyal fans.

We will keep you posted as this develops.

Mitch Mason – Treasure Island Media – San Francisco, California

 

 

13 thoughts on “We Want Anderson Cooper For His First On Camera Solo

  1. bobbyjizz Reply

    Oh hell yeah. Get Anderson to show us his style of jacking off. He has a HOT ripped body and what self respecting gay man doesn’t want other guys jacking off to images of him? Oh to be a porn star…..

  2. Tigerstripesxxx Reply

    I am friend of Anderson Cooper and have been for 10 years. He does come from “Vanderbilt” money. What that has to do with anything, I am not sure. If you are serious about this, then “One of You,” might want to contact me.

  3. Max Sohl Reply

    True story:  The night we were filming the huge double gang bang of Cory Koons and Lucas everyone was upstairs waiting and I ran back to the office to pick up a light we had forgot to bring.  As I was entering the building where we were filming I ran into Cooper on the street (turns out he lives on the block).  I often wonder what might have happened if I had invited him up to watch the scene being shot.

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