Logging onto the site Saturday night to check the latest update, we’re greeted by the alluring face and body of the lovely Sativa Rose. She’s gracing the cover of First Date from the site’s hot new studio – DVSX. Surrounding Sativa on the cover are Kat, Jessica Sweet, and Brodi(e). We note there are six scenes on the DVD as Trista Post and Trinity Post are also on board. You immediately say to yourself, let me get at that Sativa scene. However, there is a problem.
Scrolling down the page. Brodie – check, Trista Post – check, Kat – check, Jessica Sweet – check, Trinity Post – check. Oh damn, in our excitement, we must have passed by Sativa. Scrolling up the page. Trinity Post – check, Jessica Sweet – check, Kat – check, Trista Post – check, Brodie – check. Oh, Good Lord. Maybe the page loaded incorrectly. We’ll just hit the refresh button and I’m sure the scene will appear. No dice. Clicking the review comments, we find we’re not alone. Everyone is asking, “Where’s Sativa?”
Yesterday I contacted the Content Manager of VideoBox, an individual I’ve always found to be helpful and accommodating. I explained the situation. After all, this was no ordinary run of the mill missing scene. It was a Sativa Rose missing scene. The content people were already aware of the problem. It had been discovered a few hours before the DVD went “live” and was too late to pull out of the queue. Turns out the DVD that was used to encode the scenes was damaged and the Sativa Rose track couldn’t be read by the system. Being the last scene on the disc, the issue went unnoticed until it was too late.
The Content Manager states, “We have since ordered a new copy of the DVD and are in the process of encoding the Sativa Rose scene. It will be uploaded to the site in the next several days.”
Wonderful news indeed. Our first date with Sativa may be a bit delayed, but will still take place.