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  1. #1291
    Quote Originally Posted by Dxddxd  [View Original Post]
    Fed and Treasurer said it's a short term and it will come back down. Let's hope.
    There vision of Short Term and our vision of it are years apart. I only see it continue to rise up to around 15%. All these stimulus checks and the FREE vaccines have to get paid for. Businesses are having to ay a lot more to get workers.

  2. #1290

    Inflation is coming for sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jibble1  [View Original Post]
    Seeing multiple providers increase their prices from 250 - 350 with more increases coming soon in the next couple months they said. I might as well book a trip to Asia at this point jfc.
    Fed and Treasurer said it's a short term and it will come back down. Let's hope.

  3. #1289

    Is inflation worries also hitting the industry?

    Seeing multiple providers increase their prices from 250 - 350 with more increases coming soon in the next couple months they said. I might as well book a trip to Asia at this point jfc.

  4. #1288
    But what is "reduction" as it stands in the system right now? If someone calls for a mental health disturbance, cops are being sent. There is no one else to send, so I'm not sure how they'd determine which calls aren't for police when there is nobody else to send.

    Ugh, last thing I wanted to do was argue politics on a pussy board, LOL. Do some research, find what speaks to you and vote for it. I can't change any of your minds, just look at the options and decide for yourselves. I'll be very interested to see how this race turns-out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael1967  [View Original Post]
    If the number of calls to the police are reduced THEN defund the police.

  5. #1287
    Quote Originally Posted by StreetTroller  [View Original Post]
    There has been a lot of misinformation around the term "defund the police". What that means is to hire more social workers and other professionals so that they are available to certain situations and people such as sex workers, homeless and issues with the mentally-ill. This actually frees police officers to go to calls regarding actual crime. Right now in most American cities, cops are called for all kinds of social issues and not necessarily criminal situations. There have been times when they are tied-up on those calls and not responding quickly to very serious calls. That what that means.

    All I know is this. We've had homeless for years, we've had drug and addiction issues for years, we've have issues with mentally-ill on our streets and of course issues with prostitution. It's safe to say here that for all of our lives these issues have all essentially been handled via law enforcement. Here's the thing - we still have issues and none of these things have declined. Law enforcement hasn't resolved any of it. I'm to the point of trying something different. I don't see a lot of the same issues we have here in other western nations. We need to take a look at other methods. It's time.
    I think the people that want to "defund the police" have it all wrong. If you want to send out all of these great social workers and other professionals to try and help, then do it this way.

    Find some money; hire those people put them to work.

    If the number of calls to the police are reduced THEN defund the police.

    We have a system that works somewhat. Defunding the police would dismantle that system and start a new one with no guarantee of success. When all hell breaks loose and the system fails, we will have no recourse (except vigilante justice, which we are pretty close to right now).

  6. #1286

    RE: Nicole Thomas-Kennedy

    Speaking of digging deeper, there has been a lot of misinformation around the term "defund the police". What that means is to hire more social workers and other professionals so that they are available to certain situations and people such as sex workers, homeless and issues with the mentally-ill. This actually frees police officers to go to calls regarding actual crime. Right now in most American cities, cops are sent on calls for all kinds of social issues and not necessarily criminal situations. There have been times when they are tied-up on those calls and not responding quickly to very serious calls. That's what that means. If your concern, as you stated in your post, is that you want police to be available when you call then this proposed method is actually what you should be looking at.

    All I know is this. We've had homeless for years, we've had drug and addiction issues for years, we've have issues with mentally-ill on our streets and of course issues with prostitution. It's safe to say here that for all of our lives these issues have all essentially been handled via law enforcement. Here's the thing - we still have issues and none of these things have declined over the years. Law enforcement and criminalization hasn't resolved any of it. I'm to the point of trying something different. I don't see a lot of the same issues we have here in other western nations. We need to take a look at other methods. It's time.

    But either way, vote your conscience. I'm but one person. This has been an interesting race and i'm starting to follow it closely and very interested to see how it turns out.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrtyHarry  [View Original Post]
    You and everybody that is voting should dig deeper and then make up your mind. She is ultra liberal and wants to decriminalize everything not just sex work. She also wants to defund the police by 50%. That sounds good in theory and is very good for story books. But the stark reality is that Seattle today is bursting at the seams with violet crimes. Seattle always had the reputation of a safe city to grow up in and raise your kids. That is not true today. I am all for police education, reform and accountability. But I am definitely not in favor of defunding the police in anyway shape or form. I am a common man. That wants to live in a safe neighborhood and call the cops when I need them. Defunding the police is counter-intuitive for me. I do not want to turn this into a political discussion. But since you brought it up, I want to urge all voters to PLEASE read up and dig deep on the candidates and do not vote based on color (blue / red). Please read the issues and policies of each candidate, then make the best decision for yourself, family and community. Just my 2 cents.

  7. #1285

    Nicole Thomas-Kennedy

    Quote Originally Posted by BKAllday  [View Original Post]
    Nicole Thomas-Kennedy wants to decriminalize sex work. Full stop. All of us who live in Seattle should be voting for her.
    You and everybody that is voting should dig deeper and then make up your mind. She is ultra liberal and wants to decriminalize everything not just sex work. She also wants to defund the police by 50%. That sounds good in theory and is very good for story books. But the stark reality is that Seattle today is bursting at the seams with violet crimes. Seattle always had the reputation of a safe city to grow up in and raise your kids. That is not true today. I am all for police education, reform and accountability. But I am definitely not in favor of defunding the police in anyway shape or form. I am a common man. That wants to live in a safe neighborhood and call the cops when I need them. Defunding the police is counter-intuitive for me. I do not want to turn this into a political discussion. But since you brought it up, I want to urge all voters to PLEASE read up and dig deep on the candidates and do not vote based on color (blue / red). Please read the issues and policies of each candidate, then make the best decision for yourself, family and community. Just my 2 cents.

  8. #1284

    RE: Nicole Thomas-Kennedy

    It's actually her opponent who wants to target buyers. That means you and I. She, like Kennedy, is still less-likely to target the SWs, so I'm not sure how they will differ in terms of pimps. One thing Kennedy stated is that it's the SWs out there who know who is trafficked but they never report because they are afraid of dealing with the criminal justice system. She wants to make that type of reporting easier for them to do. How, I have no idea, and we all know that a lot of SWs really do prefer their pimps, so I guess we'll see on that. But I honestly think that if Davison is elected, the stings will start back-up again and SPD will be going after all of us. With all of the talking through the window these girls out there right now have the guys conditioned to do, that will potentially be crazy.

    I guess we'll see how that turns out. One thing that seems odd is that de-criminalization will embolden the girls out there and they'll continue to act wild. That's one of the biggest complaints from around that area, soccer moms and their kids having to see hookers standing out there in their thongs, LOL. Just seems as though if de-criminalization happens, there should be some sort of zone where the girls can walk. I don't know, just a thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by EngrJoe  [View Original Post]
    Not a fucking chance. She wants to decriminalize everything. It's bad enough with the T-rones chasing off the independents and small operators, and then driving around in their new Maserati's with hyper tinted windows to show their girls how successful they are.

  9. #1283
    Quote Originally Posted by BKAllday  [View Original Post]
    Nicole Thomas-Kennedy wants to decriminalize sex work. Full stop. All of us who live in Seattle should be voting for her.
    Not a fucking chance. She wants to decriminalize everything. It's bad enough with the T-rones chasing off the independents and small operators, and then driving around in their new Maserati's with hyper tinted windows to show their girls how successful they are.

  10. #1282

    Police Activity??

    Quote Originally Posted by StreetTroller  [View Original Post]
    I've been watching police step-up on stopping men. That mostly hasn't been happening over this past summer. I've been seeing two girls who've been my regulars over the past month, they've both told me that money is coming much slower than it used to. One just bailed to Miami and the other said she'll leave in November. Not worth it to stand in the rain for limited return. They've both said that they'll relocate here "more permanently" depending upon how the City Attorney race turns-out. If Kennedy is elected, there could be some interesting changes out there.
    Why? Simple. They can't arrest minorities or druggies or homeless or anyone fleeing a crime scene. That leaves spousal abuse claims, speeding and prostitution. The prostitution looks good in the papers so it is "Game On" regarding erection based crimes.

  11. #1281

    RE: Police Pressure

    I've been watching police step-up on stopping men. That mostly hasn't been happening over this past summer. I've been seeing two girls who've been my regulars over the past month, they've both told me that money is coming much slower than it used to. One just bailed to Miami and the other said she'll leave in November. Not worth it to stand in the rain for limited return. They've both said that they'll relocate here "more permanently" depending upon how the City Attorney race turns-out. If Kennedy is elected, there could be some interesting changes out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by RexHughes  [View Original Post]
    Sounds like mounting pressure from Poppo! LOL!

  12. #1280

    Pressure

    Quote Originally Posted by ChampDaddy  [View Original Post]
    Drove around last night between 7-10 pm. SW from ihop to 145th. Police cruisers stationed every couple blocks, they even pulled over some people around the ihop blocks. Found this girl off Listcrawler, Kandi, 5'5' BSW spinner. Amazing body, about 25 in age, medium brown skin with tattoos. She's from AZ, here until end of month. She walks AA, she got a room at Nexus. Anyways called her up and she asked form $50 for HHR, then after I didn't respond she offered a "special" for just $. Service was all safety, she had a good attitude and she wasn't stuck up. Mission Accomplished! Her ad and number is in Listcrawler if you want it. These girls are facing mounting pressure from police activity, and with the weather changing I feel a swing in prices. Time to collect!
    Quote Originally Posted by RexHughes  [View Original Post]
    Sounds like mounting pressure from Poppo! LOL!
    Violent crime is on the rise not only in Seattle but globally and especially all over the US. With the complaints about how there aren't enough police to deal with the uptick. You have to question why this is happening and what the priorities are. Stay safe out there guys.

  13. #1279

    Pressure from Poppo!

    Quote Originally Posted by ChampDaddy  [View Original Post]
    Drove around last night between 7-10 pm. SW from ihop to 145th. Police cruisers stationed every couple blocks, they even pulled over some people around the ihop blocks. Found this girl off Listcrawler, Kandi, 5'5' BSW spinner. Amazing body, about 25 in age, medium brown skin with tattoos. She's from AZ, here until end of month. She walks AA, she got a room at Nexus. Anyways called her up and she asked form $50 for HHR, then after I didn't respond she offered a "special" for just $. Service was all safety, she had a good attitude and she wasn't stuck up. Mission Accomplished! Her ad and number is in Listcrawler if you want it. These girls are facing mounting pressure from police activity, and with the weather changing I feel a swing in prices. Time to collect!
    Sounds like mounting pressure from Poppo! LOL!

  14. #1278

    Vote Nicole Thomas-Kennedy

    Nicole Thomas-Kennedy wants to decriminalize sex work. Full stop. All of us who live in Seattle should be voting for her.

    Quote Originally Posted by StreetTroller  [View Original Post]
    I'm telling ya, if the City Attorney spot is filled by that gal who wants to go after buyers, it could really impact us as so many of us are now prone to be fooled by a decoy who talks at the window.

  15. #1277

    Stand your ground

    I say we stand our ground. If that city council women is elected, those that don't will be taken down and we'll still be here. They'll eventually get a clue, I hope.

    I'll admit though, like you, I don't stop in aurora but I have succumbed to rolling down the window and quickly accepting their initial "want to date" with "sure" and "get in" to get them in the car, but then I really do the negotiations. She either accepts my additional requests or she gets out on the next block.

    Quote Originally Posted by StreetTroller  [View Original Post]
    I think there is some of that, true. But I also think that what's happened is that the SWs out there have trained us men to talk at the window as well as to stop right where they are standing. When this first started happening I resisted, then I realized I wasn't going to get anything if I didn't figure it out. While I still don't stop immediately where the girl is standing if she's in a bad spot, I admit I've bent the rules on window chatter. I'll park and watch for a while if I can, if the girls moves around or talks to guys and nobody gets popped, she's not a decoy. But I have stopped numerous times around a corner from where an SW is standing and she'll just peek around the corner at me. Sometimes she'll wave to me to come to HER. I won't if she's standing immediately right on Aurora or some other very public place. Just won't do it. They want ME to go to THEM, even if it's just a 30-foot walk.

    And while I can't verify, there seem to be a lot of newer guys out there and they've learned to play the game by doing the chat at the window and by stopping right where the girls want them to in the open. They've been trained to do that by the girls. On the Instagram page for Seattle streetwalkers, some SWs are commenting about guys not rolling down their windows to chat. They don't want to get in. I don't know how we're going to do it, but WE somehow need to change THEIR behavior. I'm telling ya, if the City Attorney spot is filled by that gal who wants to go after buyers, it could really impact us as so many of us are now prone to be fooled by a decoy who talks at the window.

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