He sounds insane - I highly doubt he went to Columbia. He would have made it into at least a decent law school and wouldn't have to do personal injury. Who willingly goes into personal injury after law school?
I love redheads and he's ugly
OMG I know him from Xtube!! At least I'm pretty sure it's him. He looks worse in his videos than in that pic, but I like watching him cum all over guys. It appears he has an entire room in his apartment devoted to sex (it's covered in plastic), and he just leaves all the dried cum stains everywhere.
He wants to do straight porn too. Look out ladies!
I wonder what his clients do with his cocky doody.
He needs to get those Dumbo ears pinned back.
[quote]He sounds insane - I highly doubt he went to Columbia. He would have made it into at least a decent law school and wouldn't have to do personal injury. Who willingly goes into personal injury after law school?
You'd be surprised. I live in Houston. The highest-profile lawyer in town these days was at the top of his class in law school, and landed a job after graduation at *the* top boutique law firm in Texas (Susman Godfrey). He stayed there three or four years before launching his own personal injury firm. He's since collected over $1 billion in claims for clients, with a focus on natural and manmade disasters -- and between Hurricanes Katrina & Ike and the BP explosion in the gulf, the region has had a fuckload of them. His name's Tony Buzbee and he's reportedly worth over $100 million - and he's probably 45 or so.
Anyway, just because the porn dude went to Columbia doesn't mean that he went to Columbia *Law* -- or, necessarily, any good law school. It's actually pretty unusual to be accepted into a law school on par with your undergraduate school, if only because law schools have such comparatively small student bodies. (Case in point: Yale Law has roughly 200 students per class, as opposed to 6,000 Yale undergrads at any given time.) Columbia Law and NYU Law are top-ten ranked, so undergrads from either school might have to settle for, say, Fordham or Cardozo (or St. John's or Seton Hall or even Brooklyn Law School) if they want to stay in the NYC area and can't get into their alma mater for professional studies.
"...so he dutifully ended up at law school. But that landed him a job at a personal injury firm, which he found extremely injurious. “The things you were expected to do were borderline criminal,” Peck told me, “like impersonate doctors and intimidate people, all done to make money.” In 2006, he left that position and did some legal consulting. So far, so bland.
But the next year, his partner was injured in an accident—they needed some REAL lawyers—and Peck became a full-time, NYC-based caregiver. "
LOL, obviously he was never a lawyer, a paralegal at most!
The fact that he bandies the Columbia name about when referring to his undergraduate studies yet makes no mention of where he went to law school makes it apparent that it was not a top-tier school. And I'll bet anything that his college degree is from the less competitive School of General Studies.
The only thing he didn't say is that he also makes jewelry dooty.
I heard about this on the radio today, NPR I think. A story like this would have never made the news 10 years ago.
[quote]makes it apparent that it was not a top-tier school.
and you are SURPRISED?
[quote]“It was wonderful being adored, showing off for these people, and being rewarded for it,” he told me. “It gave me an emotional high that I hadn’t had for years.” And he has a whole notebook full of anecdotes about it—like his encounters with guys who’ve asked him to speak German as he strangles them. (At least his Columbia degree finally came in handy.) “And it’s usually Jews who request that,” Peck added, laughing. Also, Peck is a boxer, so a lot of clients have wanted him to use them as punching bags, if he wouldn’t mind. And he doesn’t. “And there’s plenty of piss play,” he interjected. “I have one long-standing client who has a special chalice set aside for me. I walk in, we have a conversation, I unzip and piss in his chalice, and as we’re talking, he drinks it. None of this seems strange to me. I love being able to accommodate their deepest desires.” I’ve certainly been to worse open-bar parties.
How proud his mother must be!
she's probably happy he's earning a living.
[quote](Case in point: Yale Law has roughly 200 students per class, as opposed to 6,000 Yale undergrads at any given time.)
Well, you're comparing the number of people in just ONE year of law school to all FOUR years of Yale College. So really, the better comparison would be Yale Law School having 200 students per class while Yale College has 1200 students per class.
Also: don't many more people apply to Yale College than apply to its Law School?
He looks the banjo-playing kid on the porch from Deliverance.
Well at least he is moving up to a more dignified profession.
The article from Psychology Tomorrow says he went to Loyola University Chicago for law school.
He looks kind of hot in the article picture, but damn ugly and very trailer park trashy in his xtube profile. I think I'll pass...
He's got it ass backwards.
Think of them as [italic]blowjob[/italic] ears, R7.
Very unattractive face. Kills it for me.
Thanks for the link.
He is beautiful, I love his body, his face, his skinny white ass, his attitude, his spunk. I am so hot for him, want to tie him up and fuck his ass. I know he is a top, that's what makes it hot.
I love his vids, can't imagine what is wrong with you, the third one with an Asian kid is amazing.
Speaking as an attorney, is the escorting really so different? One saves some money on Hermes ties, of course....
Incidentally, if the guy got out of Columbia in 2000, then started working as a translator, even if he applied to law school immediately, he didn't start until 2001. Law schools, even diploma mills, take three years, which brings us to 2004. So his dazzling legal career lasted all of two years before he left the firm that had hired him and began consulting in 2006. Who would ask an attorney with two years' experience to consult?
I hope that he's more creative on film than he is on his resume -- or at least more convincing.
I'll bet he can receive Radio Free Europe with those ears.
Those are some ears he's got.
He sounds nuts. I've known plenty of people every bit as sexually forward as he is, and yet they manage to keep a grip on reality and not fancy themselves as professional sexual revolutionaries -- at age 35.
It's unclear from my reading of the two articles what became of the boyfriend "who always had money" for whom he was full-time caregiver. I gather the lawyer-turned-porn-star is living off money from the boyfriend, from the boyfriend's legal settlement, and maybe from an inheritance from his father.
In any case, the $100,000 in student loans he conveniently trots out when it suits him don't seem to weigh to heavily on our man who abandoned a law career to dabble in outcall whoring and a bit of amateur porn. But what do I care about where his money comes from (or who he fucks or how he fucks them), the money is only illustrative of an elaborate though perhaps not so carefully constructed tale. At 35 he sees himself as some unique self-creation, that rarest of snowflakes. It's the kind of defensive justification seen more often in 25 year olds with less advantage behind them.
From Columbia to Loyola of Chicago explains his career change. At least he started back up again when he switched careers.
pathetic waste of a life. I hate when people who are on the right track fall off. He'll come to regret his decision in a few years, if he's still alive by then.
He's a degenerate.
He's protesting too much about how much he loves it and how healthy it is for him.
Beautiful?? He is FUGLY and hairless except for blond eylashes.. yuck
[quote]Who would ask an attorney with two years' experience to consult?
"Consulting" means he probably just did doc review as a contract attorney.
Obviously he couldn't make it as a lawyer because his self-esteem depends on the approval of others. The idea of play-acting an advocates role and being hated was not his idea of success.
It was a wise career change.
Being a porn actor is far more dignified than being an ambulance chasing lawyer, not to mention a corporate one.
Isn't that the sort of thing lawyers do to their clients figuratively speaking anyway?
He's very verbal in his videos.
Trying to be positive, I guess if you're going to be a sleazy piss slut, it's better to be an unrepentant one.