Before you get those racy Temptation Island holiday photos developed, you might want to ask the guy behind the counter if he subscribes to the moral majority.Detroit record producer Jerome Almon was ticked off when Black's decided not to process photos of a female model for his CD art. Almon was in town recently producing a recording for the Motor City hiphop group BlakkAttak.
Black's says it won't print any image that shows vaginal, anal or oral intercourse, or masturbation; cruel or violent conduct in which physical pain is apparently inflicted in a sexual context.
OK, the snaps of the bikini-clad woman apparently scratching an itch made Upfront hearts beat a little faster. But they weren't hardcore and didn't show any explicit nudity.
But Black's claims that it's always at the discretion of the operators to print or not print any material that may be offensive to their eyes.