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  1. #239

    This is the kind of reporting that the world needs


  2. #238

    Fyi

    In case you are wondering if the street fare is on the decline.

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/...g-use-xylazine

  3. #237

    Weed as a gift

    That was being done in DC. It wasn't illegal to give someone weed. So businesses offered something meaningless and cheap like a sticker for $20 or $40 and the sticker would come with a free gift of ($20 or $40 worth) of weed. They'd even deliver it.

    Quote Originally Posted by BeefNoodleSoup  [View Original Post]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDscdmOwDNA

    Dude. You have been watching too much family guy. It doesn't magically become legal because you film it. If anything, you provide criminal evidence against you if anyone wanted to prosecute you.

    Here are some links for you to educate yourself:

    https://boards.straightdope.com/t/ca...edings/49181/8

    https://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/08/12/c...phy/index.html

    https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/wh...n-is-not-31164

    https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/l...--1672133.html

    The (il) legality of prostitution has many fine lines. And for LEO to even prosecute, they need to check all the boxes. They need to have evidence of you agreeing to sex in exchange for money. It is my understanding that if you decouple this is some way, that is more legal. I.E, you can have sex with a stranger for free and in a separate transaction, give them money for something else (or nothing), that would be fine. A few years back, people were saying "roses" instead of dollars. I think in some places weed was also being done like this. I. e. You would buy some stupid thing for a large sum of money and they would give you a gift of weed, or something dumb like that.

    I'm no legal expert, so take all this with a grain of salt. But I am wise enough to know when something is obviously wrong.

    Regarding that guy filming his escapades in Kensington and posting it online, if we are talking about the same person, he used to have a youtube page but it got shut down for obvious reasons. I think he also got a tiktok page that also got shut down. The one I'm talking about has cameras inside and outside his car because he works / worked for uber / lyft. This one is a black dude with a foreign accent. He is also big on covering up in Kenzo. He went on a big rant about disease down there.

    There's another black dude that has a hidden camera that is not afraid of raw-dogging in Kensington and not telling the girls he is filming. In fact, both of these guys are secretly filming without the girls' consent. He's not afraid of showing his face in his vids. I guess he has nothing else to live for.

    I'm sure there are many other filmers out there. Some even filming for a private collection.

    I am really surprised amber is still out there. For those who don't know, she has a reputation on the street that might be hazardous to your health. That's probably all I can say without being censored. She's probably the most interviewed on Kensington youtube. You can see he progression through the years. Since she is still out there, people must still be picking her up.

  4. #236
    Quote Originally Posted by BeefNoodleSoup  [View Original Post]
    Dude. You have been watching too much family guy.
    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/mDCU0Fa-Fok

  5. #235

    Legality

    Quote Originally Posted by Lance547  [View Original Post]
    What I don't understand is why don't people have a hard stance on pornography also? The same people who are totally against prostitution get quiet on pornography. If we all got cameras and made our own porn with different women (that includes paying the models) that's perfectly legal.

    ...

    By the way, there is a guy that picks up girls on the K Ave and makes legitimate porn. He even did a shoot with amber who anyone that knows shouldn't even touch her. I guess he don't test girls beforehand.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDscdmOwDNA

    Dude. You have been watching too much family guy. It doesn't magically become legal because you film it. If anything, you provide criminal evidence against you if anyone wanted to prosecute you.

    Here are some links for you to educate yourself:

    https://boards.straightdope.com/t/ca...edings/49181/8

    https://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/08/12/c...phy/index.html

    https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/wh...n-is-not-31164

    https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/l...--1672133.html

    The (il) legality of prostitution has many fine lines. And for LEO to even prosecute, they need to check all the boxes. They need to have evidence of you agreeing to sex in exchange for money. It is my understanding that if you decouple this is some way, that is more legal. I.E, you can have sex with a stranger for free and in a separate transaction, give them money for something else (or nothing), that would be fine. A few years back, people were saying "roses" instead of dollars. I think in some places weed was also being done like this. I. e. You would buy some stupid thing for a large sum of money and they would give you a gift of weed, or something dumb like that.

    I'm no legal expert, so take all this with a grain of salt. But I am wise enough to know when something is obviously wrong.

    Regarding that guy filming his escapades in Kensington and posting it online, if we are talking about the same person, he used to have a youtube page but it got shut down for obvious reasons. I think he also got a tiktok page that also got shut down. The one I'm talking about has cameras inside and outside his car because he works / worked for uber / lyft. This one is a black dude with a foreign accent. He is also big on covering up in Kenzo. He went on a big rant about disease down there.

    There's another black dude that has a hidden camera that is not afraid of raw-dogging in Kensington and not telling the girls he is filming. In fact, both of these guys are secretly filming without the girls' consent. He's not afraid of showing his face in his vids. I guess he has nothing else to live for.

    I'm sure there are many other filmers out there. Some even filming for a private collection.

    I am really surprised amber is still out there. For those who don't know, she has a reputation on the street that might be hazardous to your health. That's probably all I can say without being censored. She's probably the most interviewed on Kensington youtube. You can see he progression through the years. Since she is still out there, people must still be picking her up.

  6. #234
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayke00  [View Original Post]
    I'd like to think this is going to be the case, but I think sex work is so unbelievably stigmatized in this country that it's too much of a third rail for any politician to touch it.

    Weed and gambling are very different.

    Weed is something everyone has done / is doing in the privacy of one's own home, but it's done with your clothes on (sometimes). And done as a social experience with other people (usually). Like going to a bar, but different.

    And the image of the marijuana dealer was never one of a shady guy kicking money up to a cartel, it's the hipster dude growing it in his back yard / basement or with a connection to someone doing so.
    What I don't understand is why don't people have a hard stance on pornography also? The same people who are totally against prostitution get quiet on pornography. If we all got cameras and made our own porn with different women (that includes paying the models) that's perfectly legal.

    Most porn made today is a one man band set up especially now with OF. How it goes is the adult male actor seeks talent and books the talent. When she arrives he has the girl sign some paperwork, she has a few drinks / party, they get on to shooting and then at the end she gets paid. It's the same process with hiring an escort but they have girls sign paperwork and maybe some std testing days before hand. The porn actresses just like escorts want to get the shoot over with so they can get the money and go by blow and go back to their unemployed bf who probably drove her to the shoot in her car.

    Because of all the amateur self uploaded porn real porn stars are a thing of the past (2000-2005 era). Porn now is all about shocking people and producing violent and degrading porn that I wonder why women's groups are silent on. The worse stuff I seen on the regular internet no escort I know would agree to do it, let alone on camera for no amount of anything. And what's sad about porn is its a small world now unlike the 1990's. Most of those women making videos are mothers who people can just Google and now everyone is looking at your family member. Imagine being in class and your bros are showing each other videos of your mother eating cum out of a dog bowl on her knees to men.

    By the way, there is a guy that picks up girls on the K Ave and makes legitimate porn. He even did a shoot with amber who anyone that knows shouldn't even touch her. I guess he don't test girls beforehand.

  7. #233
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayke00  [View Original Post]
    And the image of the marijuana dealer was never one of a shady guy kicking money up to a cartel, it's the hipster dude growing it in his back yard / basement or with a connection to someone doing so. It's "bros helping bros", very nonviolent. There was a perception that stuck up white guys in congress just didn't want everyone to have a good time so they made it illegal a zillion years ago and tell me who it was really hurting again? Also, there was a LOT of cash to be made by legalizing it in taxes and regulatory fees, and we can't stop people anyway, so why fight? A politician could make that argument and not get voted out of office the next time they were up for re-election, and now we have people everywhere legalizing it, federal laws be damned.
    Actually if you go aback a zillion years there was propaganda movie called "Reefer Madness" that shaped many post war views and opinions on "Mary Jane. " Me thinks it was recycled and recirculated in the 70's by parents trying to influence their kids during the hippie generation.

    Gateway drug, Madness, Addiction, Financial ruin, etc!

    How times have changed!

  8. #232
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayke00  [View Original Post]
    https://www.cnn.com/2023/11/08/polit...sts/index.html

    I don't think you need to run in Robert Kraft's circles to have gotten caught up in this one.

    The text of the article seems to indicate that they are going to do something with the Johns here, they're just going through all the records to try and figure out what.

    Stay safe out there.
    Anyone reach out to the local agencies and see if they cleared records? Maybe redundant.

  9. #231
    Quote Originally Posted by BeefNoodleSoup  [View Original Post]
    I think some of this type of government intervention might pave the way to broader legalization / decriminalization, similar to weed.
    I'd like to think this is going to be the case, but I think sex work is so unbelievably stigmatized in this country that it's too much of a third rail for any politician to touch it.

    Weed and gambling are very different.

    Weed is something everyone has done / is doing in the privacy of one's own home, but it's done with your clothes on (sometimes). And done as a social experience with other people (usually). Like going to a bar, but different.

    And the image of the marijuana dealer was never one of a shady guy kicking money up to a cartel, it's the hipster dude growing it in his back yard / basement or with a connection to someone doing so. It's "bros helping bros", very nonviolent. There was a perception that stuck up white guys in congress just didn't want everyone to have a good time so they made it illegal a zillion years ago and tell me who it was really hurting again? Also, there was a LOT of cash to be made by legalizing it in taxes and regulatory fees, and we can't stop people anyway, so why fight? A politician could make that argument and not get voted out of office the next time they were up for re-election, and now we have people everywhere legalizing it, federal laws be damned.

    Gambling has been proven to be extremely harmful, but Indian tribes realized they could make their own rules on their sovereign reservations and stick it to the people who kicked them off their own land, so they legalized it, enabling a massive stream of revenue, and off to the races we went. The potential harm was plowed under by the tax revenue and once states jumped on the bandwagon the neighboring states realized they were losing out, so most of them followed suit. CT and NJ enticed NY, NJ enticed DE who in turn enticed PA and MD.

    Sex work, on the other hand, has been painted with the brush that everyone's being trafficked (which we know to be wrong), and there's a perception that if you need to pay for it that there's something wrong with you. To say nothing of the people who just want to indulge in their "disgusting" "deviant" fetishes.

    There's no politician anywhere who thinks they can stand up for legalizing prostitution and believe that they're going to get re-elected the next time their seat is up for a vote, no matter what may be legal in Nevada (outside of Clark County, where the population growth caught up to the law and made it illegal there).

    We have a looooooooooooong way to go before anyone is going to propose legalizing sex work in America.

  10. #230

    Lolol

    Quote Originally Posted by BeefNoodleSoup  [View Original Post]
    When I read "high end brothel" I was thinking Jeffrey Epstein type of brothel, but looking over the names and prices, it just looks like EPM level brothels. It just looks like the k-girl (Korean) network might have something to worry about. I don't think the average patron of these establishments has too much to worry about. At least not at this moment. It would probably blow through other places before it gets to Philly. And they will probably target big name mongers with name recognition or government security clearance before it gets to the average joe.

    A lot of this is like investing / gambling. You shouldn't gamble with more than you are willing to lose.

    I think some of this type of government intervention might pave the way to broader legalization / decriminalization, similar to weed.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrqpG1k4l20

    It's all a joke.

    They act like the women are the victims being trafficked here against their will. Most of the ones I got to know all willingly come here to make big money. It's like their squid game, except they all win.

    They say those dudes aren't related. But they all look exactly the same. No offense.

  11. #229

    Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayke00  [View Original Post]
    https://www.cnn.com/2023/11/08/polit...sts/index.html

    I don't think you need to run in Robert Kraft's circles to have gotten caught up in this one.

    The text of the article seems to indicate that they are going to do something with the Johns here, they're just going through all the records to try and figure out what.

    Stay safe out there.
    When I read "high end brothel" I was thinking Jeffrey Epstein type of brothel, but looking over the names and prices, it just looks like EPM level brothels. It just looks like the k-girl (Korean) network might have something to worry about. I don't think the average patron of these establishments has too much to worry about. At least not at this moment. It would probably blow through other places before it gets to Philly. And they will probably target big name mongers with name recognition or government security clearance before it gets to the average joe.

    A lot of this is like investing / gambling. You shouldn't gamble with more than you are willing to lose.

    I think some of this type of government intervention might pave the way to broader legalization / decriminalization, similar to weed.

  12. #228
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayke00  [View Original Post]
    https://www.cnn.com/2023/11/08/polit...sts/index.html

    I don't think you need to run in Robert Kraft's circles to have gotten caught up in this one.

    The text of the article seems to indicate that they are going to do something with the Johns here, they're just going through all the records to try and figure out what.

    Stay safe out there.
    Yea I saw this today. Politics is a dirty business. I think when the powers that be were tipped off of big names certain people decided to jump on it to advance a political career and make themselves look good for the public. When you're in politics you can't have dirt on you because your opponents will use it against you.

    Just like the war on drugs nothing will stop the adult industry because there is too great of a demand and too much money involved. It's just every once in a while a bust will happen to let the public believe their tax dollars are at work or someone is looking to advance their political career.

  13. #227

    So you think getting verified by an agency is harmless, eh?

    https://www.cnn.com/2023/11/08/polit...sts/index.html

    I don't think you need to run in Robert Kraft's circles to have gotten caught up in this one.

    The text of the article seems to indicate that they are going to do something with the Johns here, they're just going through all the records to try and figure out what.

    Stay safe out there.

  14. #226
    Quote Originally Posted by Gator145  [View Original Post]
    https://patch.com/pennsylvania/phila...943f81b8c108f8

    This report came across my desk. I had to view it with a certain amount of skepticism. Kind of like closing the barn doors after the horses left.

    I'm sure there was a bunch of good 'ol boys high-fiving and shoulder-slapping, and fist bumping. I'm looking at the numbers here, and they seem quite minuscule in comparison to the "real issue". Not even the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

    From what I've seen this exercise in muscle flexing is for show only during a time when votes are the ultimate goal and not making the neighborhood a safe place to be in.

    My opinion of those who sell or deal drugs are thugs and all those that make it possible are thugs. That includes those in city government and law enforcement who have way to long looked the other way. Why would they offer some thugs a diversionary program? These people already think they are above the law to engage in the activity they engage in. Do they think by offering a diversionary program they will have an epiphany and come to their senses? It's doubtful considering the vast economic differences.
    Gov't created the issue by allowing people to do drugs on the streets and turning a blind eye for the sake of the vote. So while this will not make a dent, you have to start somewhere.

  15. #225

    Beginning of the end? We will see

    https://patch.com/pennsylvania/phila...943f81b8c108f8

    This report came across my desk. I had to view it with a certain amount of skepticism. Kind of like closing the barn doors after the horses left.

    I'm sure there was a bunch of good 'ol boys high-fiving and shoulder-slapping, and fist bumping. I'm looking at the numbers here, and they seem quite minuscule in comparison to the "real issue". Not even the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

    From what I've seen this exercise in muscle flexing is for show only during a time when votes are the ultimate goal and not making the neighborhood a safe place to be in.

    My opinion of those who sell or deal drugs are thugs and all those that make it possible are thugs. That includes those in city government and law enforcement who have way to long looked the other way. Why would they offer some thugs a diversionary program? These people already think they are above the law to engage in the activity they engage in. Do they think by offering a diversionary program they will have an epiphany and come to their senses? It's doubtful considering the vast economic differences.

    This is another clear example of the delusional atmosphere this city government lives in. The reality is the zombies still walk and the drugs are being sold a block away. The guns are still a threat to all who dare venture into that area. The bodies still pile high on the spot where they fall. The trash and filth haven't changed at all. The addicts still piss and shit wherever they happen to be when the urge strikes. Then they head to Quick Stop and grab an ice cream.

    This news article would have us believe progress was made. We are not the fools they wish we were. So don't piss in my face and try to tell me it's raining. I know the difference. Me, I'm just an 'OL Gator.

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