labman: My hometown had a drive up porn theater that was clearly visible from the overpass of a pretty busy road. Eventually, they put up super bright lights to wash out the screen from the road because too many people were setting up lawn chairs in the emergency lane to watch the movies. (Plus really slow driving cars rubbernecking)
Generation_D: Nobody thought of the children.Or they did, and nobody cared,
downstairs: #32, for those who care./Not subby
Generation_D: Or they did, and nobody cared, because every downtown had a crappy porno, quite often a legacy studio theater like this one is here, in the 70s and 80s until vhs put them out of business.
Ex-Texan: Thought, at least for the "older" students, it was to the theatre.Ah, remember the old days in Austin, late 70s before it became a largely commercial venue, there'd be numerous adult magazine stores, windows painted black, but the doors open to the public. The patrons would just blithely walk in/out. I was too young. If I remember correctly, it was 1979 or 1980. I moved there in 1978.
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