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  1. #757

    A must read!

    This fact-based article should get all the attention that the over-hyped, illegal and evidence lacking Florida sex stings generated. Unfortunately, it won't.

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  3. #755

    Arts

    Quote Originally Posted by BigNice  [View Original Post]
    What ever happened to Charlotte? Sold the place?
    Charlotte died several years back. Left it to a dirt bag she had married. And some nature conservancy.

  4. #754

    Charlotte

    She passed away about 3 or 4 years ago, I heard she had a stroke whilecredting in the basement area & thatcwas how her bf lyle took over.

    EAGLE 19.

  5. #753
    Quote Originally Posted by Terysian7  [View Original Post]
    I said a while back on the stripper forum that Art's time was coming to a close. Guess we'll have a final date real soon.
    I drove past last night. The Art's sign is gone, a Silk sign is up.

  6. #752
    Quote Originally Posted by Terysian7  [View Original Post]
    I said a while back on the stripper forum that Art's time was coming to a close. Guess we'll have a final date real soon. Lyle never had the brains for the business that Charlotte had. He'll also have to contend with a lot of sexual / employment harassment lawsuits now. Now there will be nothing protecting him from those. One can only afford so much lawyer time. Sad thing for the rest of us is those cabaret licenses are limited in how much they can be transferred. So strip clubs will end up ending in Milwaukee.
    What ever happened to Charlotte? Sold the place?

  7. #751
    And here they always portray guys as the predators filming sex acts. Might go on more than we think or know about. Married guys who have alot to lose in a divorce would pay them off and say nothing.

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  9. #749

    Arts

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyForYou  [View Original Post]
    Aren't strip clubs great? The customer has to pay to get in, the employees have to pay to work there and you pay double for the drinks LOL.

    https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/...es/3589823002/
    I said a while back on the stripper forum that Art's time was coming to a close. Guess we'll have a final date real soon. Lyle never had the brains for the business that Charlotte had. He'll also have to contend with a lot of sexual / employment harassment lawsuits now. Now there will be nothing protecting him from those. One can only afford so much lawyer time. Sad thing for the rest of us is those cabaret licenses are limited in how much they can be transferred. So strip clubs will end up ending in Milwaukee.

  10. #748

    Stripper sues

    Aren't strip clubs great? The customer has to pay to get in, the employees have to pay to work there and you pay double for the drinks LOL.

    https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/...es/3589823002/

  11. #747

    Better than Alabama and Iowa

    Quote Originally Posted by Slapshot  [View Original Post]
    $2500 to $5000 fine? Seriously? The Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution states: "Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. " These cheap politicians think they're God, all this is going to do is backfire in their faces. Nobody will pay that nor could they even afford it. Get busted, why take a plea? It would simply cost less to hire a top notch lawyer and just get it thrown out or better yet go to trial, most of these cases are weak at best to begin with. Then they want to broadcast you on shame TV huh? OK that great, until one of their own gets busted! How many times has that happened? Too many to mention.https://shepherdexpress.com/news/fea...cent-increase/#/ questions.
    Where the fines for either him or her can hit 6000.

  12. #746
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    Typical discrimination

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyForYou  [View Original Post]
    Well, If I recall correctly they originally wanted to up the ante to $10,000, so I guess the $5000 is good news LOL Again, if I recall correctly, the ordinance covered actual soliciting, but also had language that said a person could be charged with "loitering" if they were in an area of know prostitution or in an area where someone had been arrested for prostitution in the past 5 years. I am not an attorney, but I guess conceivably you could get busted if you were sitting in your car alone on the corner of 6th and Greenfield.

    J have never partaken in the SW thing. Not a huge fan. But from what I read on here, there are usually cops all over the place. So the SE article states there was a whopping 46 citations issued for soliciting in 2018. Seems to me to be a bit of overkill. What about the 118 murders in 2018? Oh well.
    So when it comes to drugs, the dealer always has a harsher potential punishment than the buyer.

    But when it comes to pussy, now they do the opposite. These criminal hypocrites that make the laws make me sick.

  13. #745

    Hard to Fathom.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slapshot  [View Original Post]
    $2500 to $5000 fine? Seriously? The Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution states: "Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. " These cheap politicians think they're God, all this is going to do is backfire in their faces. Nobody will pay that nor could they even afford it. Get busted, why take a plea? It would simply cost less to hire a top notch lawyer and just get it thrown out or better yet go to trial, most of these cases are weak at best to begin with. Then they want to broadcast you on shame TV huh? OK that great, until one of their own gets busted! How many times has that happened? Too many to mention.

    https://shepherdexpress.com/news/fea...cent-increase/#/ questions.
    Well, If I recall correctly they originally wanted to up the ante to $10,000, so I guess the $5000 is good news LOL Again, if I recall correctly, the ordinance covered actual soliciting, but also had language that said a person could be charged with "loitering" if they were in an area of know prostitution or in an area where someone had been arrested for prostitution in the past 5 years. I am not an attorney, but I guess conceivably you could get busted if you were sitting in your car alone on the corner of 6th and Greenfield.

    J have never partaken in the SW thing. Not a huge fan. But from what I read on here, there are usually cops all over the place. So the SE article states there was a whopping 46 citations issued for soliciting in 2018. Seems to me to be a bit of overkill. What about the 118 murders in 2018? Oh well.

  14. #744

    Council Unanimously Approves 500 Percent Increase in Prostitution Fines

    $2500 to $5000 fine? Seriously? The Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution states: "Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. " These cheap politicians think they're God, all this is going to do is backfire in their faces. Nobody will pay that nor could they even afford it. Get busted, why take a plea? It would simply cost less to hire a top notch lawyer and just get it thrown out or better yet go to trial, most of these cases are weak at best to begin with. Then they want to broadcast you on shame TV huh? OK that great, until one of their own gets busted! How many times has that happened? Too many to mention.

    https://shepherdexpress.com/news/fea...cent-increase/#/ questions.

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