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— MP: Does he arrange for all of the equipment, the cameraman, all that stuff?

AB: Yeah. I just basically show up on the set and tell them how to fuck.

MP: Okay. Now does he work out of here?

AB: He works out of L.A.

MP: You don't want to go back to all that other business stuff; you just want to be the creative guy?

AB: No, I'm pretty much semi-retired at this point. I think four days a month is pretty much retired.

MP: Isn't that kind of young to retire? Do you have other plans?

AB: How can I put this? I do other things to make money. I guess I'm pretty creative.

MP: You have other business ventures?

AB: Yeah. It keeps us busy.

MP: Like what?

AB: I'm actually interested in the whole motocross business, dirt-bike racing. I follow that and go to the races, have some ideas. That might pop up again somewhere. I've worked so hard over the last five years. I used to start seven or eight o'clock in the morning and work until one or two o'clock in the morning every day. I worked Christmas, New Year's...so I'm just kind of taking a break for a while. At one point I did everything from production to design to acting to the box covers, graphic arts, promotion. Now I'm just kind of relaxing.

MP: Do you live in a big mansion?

AB: No, I have a modest home. I mean, my car is my home. I do okay, better than most. I read a report in Forbes that said only one percent of Americans make over $1 million a year. I definitely make more than most people.

MP: Do you make over $1 million?

AB: I make more than most people. Taxes kill us, you know? If you think about it, if you make a million dollars, by the time you're done living, between rent, food, and taxes, it costs you $700,000 probably. The more money you make... I can put it this way: I remember when I first got into the business I was probably making $50, $60, or $70,000 a year. I was probably spending $100,000 a year. I had a new Mercedes, new Rolexes, renting a big house. That was fun and exciting. I wanted to be a big entrepreneur, big businessman, big actor, or whatever I thought I was.

Then when you start making a lot of money, you start cutting down on your expenses. You start getting rid of your cars, you start eating at home more. The more money you make, the cheaper you get. The point is, you don't need to impress anybody anymore. You've made the money; the money's sitting in the bank or you're investing it here and there. I guess I'm at the point to where I'm a lot more frugal now than I was before.

MP: Do you travel a lot?

AB: I do. I travel a lot, mostly for business. I hate traveling. I like staying at my house. I have a pool, a track by my house where I can ride my motorcycles. I prefer staying at home, eating at home, and sleeping in my own bed. I travel probably 15 days out of the month out of state, and a lot of times I'll fly out of here to another state, to the East Coast, fly back only to go home for six hours, then fly out again. It's hectic, but you've got to do it to make the money.

MP: You go to conventions?

AB: I go to conventions, I go to motocross events. Fifteen days out of the month I'm gone. Four days I'm shooting. So actually I'm still busy, but just busy doing other things.

MP: Are you married or single?

AB: I'm not married, but I have a girlfriend.

MP: Is she in the business too?

AB: No, I did that once, and it didn't work out. It worked out for three years. My girlfriend now wouldn't think about doing porn. People go, "What is she, better than that?" I'll say, "Actually, yes, she is better than that."

MP: What does she do?

AB: She just makes me happy.

MP: You used to be in videos, right?

AB: Yeah, I used to be in videos. Probably 25 or 30 videos.

MP: You don't do that anymore? Too old for that?

AB: Between myself and my girlfriend, I just decided not to do it. There are health factors you have to look at, and it's harder on a relationship. I don't need the money. I basically did it because the guys who are doing it just don't know how to do it. It sounds funny -- how can someone not know how to fuck? But fucking and fucking on video are two different things.

The people who rent my videos are perverts who just want to masturbate. They want to be able to see the girls getting fucked and have it shown to where they can see everything they want to see. A lot of these guys fall in love with the girls on the set; they think they're Don Juan. You just can't get the product you need. Therefore, I was doing the scenes, and I was a little rougher, more hard core, I guess you could say, than some of these actors, and I'd do well for us. I made a name for myself and the company. I have fans; I mean it sounds funny, but there are people who want your autograph, want to meet you, the wife wants to meet you.

It's kind of weird, but I decided not to do it anymore. I didn't make a last movie and say, "This is my retirement, and I'm not doing it anymore." I just stopped and if I wanted to I could start it again. If someone gives me a challenge; but I've won numerous awards -- for everything from packaging to best sex scene, most outrageous sex scene, best performance -- throughout the whole world. I think over the last four years I've put more of a mark on the industry than anybody. All the awards and articles and different publications that I've been in will prove that.

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