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A 53-year-old New Yorker named Mike Itkis is running for Congress as an Independent, and basically has no chance.  So he’s trying a very strange way to win more votes.

He actually is trying to get votes by releasing a SEX TAPE on Pornhub! The 53-year-old Army cyber operations officer posted a 13 minute video of him having sex with porn performer Nicole Sage to highlight his “sex positive” platform.

Issues he is running under include legalizing sex work, and making sexual rights explicit, cyber security and ending the war in Ukriane. He also seems to take aim at child support payments, saying “men shouldn’t be required to support biological children without prior agreement.”

This porn is the first time that Itkis has had sex on camera and claims to be an introvert and not seeking attention like this, but also felt that he needed to take action greater then just words to prove his commitment to his “sex positive” portion of his platform.

If you’re interested in finding his video you can search this “Bucket List Bonanza” on the BIG, WELL KNOWN, Free porn site.

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30 Rock/Pop Music Videos with Over 1 Billion Views on YouTube

Since MTV doesn’t really show music videos anymore, YouTube is the place for those who want to watch music videos to their heart’s content.

Some music videos — both classic and recently released — have caught on more than others and have racked up 1 billion views and more.

For your viewing pleasure, here are 30 rock/pop music videos with at least 1 billion views on YouTube.

(Note: View numbers listed are as of October 12, 2022.)

  • Audioslave - 'Like a Stone' (1 billion views)

  • Evanescence - 'Bring Me To Life' (1.09 billion views)

  • Cyndi Lauper - 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun' (1.10 billion views)

  • Metallica - 'Nothing Else Matters' (1.17 billion views)

  • Whitney Houston - 'I Will Always Love You' (1.30 billion views)

  • AC/DC - 'Thunderstruck' (1.17 billion views)

  • Rick Astley - 'Never Gonna Give You Up' (1.29 billion views)

  • Bon Jovi - 'It's My Life' (1.17 billion views)

  • The Cranberries - 'Zombie' (1.27 billion views)

  • a-ha - 'Take On Me' (1.53 billion views)

  • Guns N' Roses - 'November Rain' (1.94 billion views)

  • Nirvana - 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' (1.55 billion views)

  • Queen - 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (1.53 billion views)

  • Linkin Park - 'In The End' (1.43 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'Paradise' (1.62 billion views)

  • Imagine Dragons - 'Radioactive' (1.40 billion views)

  • 4 Non Blondes - 'What's Up' (1.40 billion views)

  • twenty one pilots - 'Heathens' (1.92 billion views)

  • Guns N' Roses - 'Sweet Child O' Mine' (1.43 billion views)

  • Linkin Park - 'Numb' (1.86 billion views)

  • Imagine Dragons - 'Believer' (2.30 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'Hymn For the Weekend' (1.76 billion views)

  • Imagine Dragons - 'Thunder' (1.88 billion views)

  • Europe - 'The Final Countdown' (1.04 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'The Scientist' (1.05 billion views)

  • Michael Jackson - 'Billie Jean' (1.24 billion views)

  • System of a Down - 'Chop Suey!' (1.20 billion views)

  • twenty one pilots - 'Ride' (1.31 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'Adventure of a Lifetime' (1.35 billion views)

  • twenty one pilots - 'Stressed Out' (2.57 billion views)