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Ken Bone, the undecided voter who became an Internet sensation after Sunday night's presidential debate, has been offered $100,000 to appear on an adult webcam site.According to a letter tweeted out by Buzzfeed News' Sara Yasin, "adult entertainment webcam platform" Cam Soda reached out to Bone in order to persuade him to participate in a "live show." "The show can cater to your specifities but we were think you can take us all to the Bone Zone and tell/show us what you're all about," the letter reads.
These 13 episodes are primarily about the nature of the relationships, the shift that happens, the loss of trust and the rebuilding of a family dynamic. I can’t say for a fact that we’ll never talk about sex, because we talk about a lot of stuff on this show I wasn’t expecting to.For a few sites, if you stop paying for the service, the site cuts ties fairly quickly. Even after you follow all the required steps, some sites never quite leave you alone, with vestiges of your relationship around forever.No matter what you call it—deleting, canceling, removing—when you want to be rid of an online account, many sites don't make it easy.Whether Bone has taken Cam Soda up on its offer or not remains unclear.follows a 13-year-old girl named Andi (played by Peyton Elizabeth Lee) who receives life-changing news from her cooler, older, motorcycle-riding sister Bex (Lilan Bowden), who returns home in the premiere after traveling the world. It turns out that Bex isn’t really Andi’s older sister, she’s her book or something. Explains Minsky, “There’s a ‘next on…’ at the end of every episode and a ‘previously on…’ at the beginning of the next.Sadly, not all websites and social networks and online retailers are created equal when it comes to breaking up.
With some, it takes only a couple of clicks to say goodbye.
You can even pretend to be a completely different person.
This means it can be hard to tell the difference between someone genuine and someone dangerous.
The Internet latched on to Bone, his mustache and his red sweater when he asked a question of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. After the debate, #Ken Bone was trending nationally on Twitter, which also seemed to get a kick out of his use of a disposable camera as Trump and Clinton exited the debate stage.
In addition to the $100K, Cam Soda also offered Bone "25 throw-away cameras to use at your disposal." "Who knows, maybe you'll decide to announce you're running for president," the letter reads.
How long before they turn from an online ‘friend’ into a real friend?