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S0Noma
11-30-2007, 01:20 AM
Not really, but take a look at this link and see what I mean. You couldn't PAY ME enough to have sex with ANY of these women. It's a wonder they don't all starve to death for lack of customers.

web page (http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071129/BREAKINGNEWS/71129058/1086)

dg-in-centralpa
11-30-2007, 08:25 AM
I don't think I could do it with these women. Even for free I'd be afraid of my Willi falling off.

DG

Deeman3
11-30-2007, 09:29 AM
I thought this was an Ilene Warnos look alike contest.

It is a shame that these women are in the situation they are in. It is more of a shame that it takes customers to support them. I feel sorry for both them and anyone who feels they have to use their services. A lot of these women have mental illness problems as well as drug habits.

S0Noma
11-30-2007, 09:52 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Deeman3:</font><hr> A lot of these women have mental illness problems as well as drug habits. <hr /></blockquote>

From their scary looks It's evident that their customers may be a little mentally ill or drug habituated as well.

Personally? I think the model of legalized prostitution as demonstrated in Nevada could be applied elsewhere to great effect.

Prostitution isn't going to go away simply because we have laws against it - any more than illegal drugs are going to go away - I say - legalize and regulate and stop pretending that what's going on right now is effective.

Where there is demand? There will ALWAYS be supply.

Deeman3
11-30-2007, 10:47 AM
I have thought often about the legalization of morals issues such as drugs and prostitution but have not decided if that is better or worse than we have now.

The legalizations that have happened in some cultures have had mixed impact. Amsterdam seems to do o.k with the pot cafes but they and Denmark have some real problems with the hard core heroin junkies. Of course, we have them as well. The decriminalization of both would reduce some of the inherent crime that surrounds them. However, the social cost of giving liscense to the behavour does not set well with me. I don't ever want to tell a kid it's o.k. to do drugs for recreation or take advantage of women for kicks.

It's a real hard question and not something the law seems capable of dealing with in a positive sense. It's the same with the casinos. Does the state have the right to take willing participant's welfare checks through gambling? or how do you tell a poor person he/she does not have the right to gamble away the kids lunch money?

I was personal freedom but with this and other personal freedoms comes responsibility some people are just not equiped to manage. It's easy to say that a woman has every right to do with her body what she wants but all of us, even the most liberal thinkers, know a lot these, perhaps the majority, are not doing these things out of free choice but desparation and that is wrong. What if one of those ugly prostitutes was my daughter? How would I feel then? That' one of the reasons I never could get excited about the potential of having sex with a partner who was doing so only for money. How can you make your mind think there is something fun going on there, for either party?

We think of legalized sex as one of Hef's babes but these poor women are more often the reality and you have to pretty spiritually bankrupt, unless of course you are an atheist, to enjoy something like this and feel you are in anyway a person of faith. How come so many preachers, movie stars and politicians seem to use these type women? Is there something I don't understand in this type relationship? Does this activity give a "feeling of power" to the customer?

What is the cost of legalization of personal behavour?

Drop1
11-30-2007, 01:48 PM
Looks like a Swiver family reunion,not on Crystal.

wolfdancer
11-30-2007, 02:41 PM
Say, you have to remember...it's Florida....and if these former Fla. beauty queen pageant contestants, can make a living as hookers....it explains how Jeb Bush could get elected Gov.

Deeman3
11-30-2007, 03:51 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote wolfdancer:</font><hr> Say, you have to remember...it's Florida....and if these former Fla. beauty queen pageant contestants, can make a living as hookers....it explains how Jeb Bush could get elected Gov. <hr /></blockquote>

<font color="blue"> Yes, those California crack ladies are sooooo much more appealing. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif </font color>

wolfdancer
11-30-2007, 04:59 PM
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Drop1
11-30-2007, 07:09 PM
Deeman,Mexico is the hands down winner,flat no questions...just picture Earnest Borgnine in a Toto,and you got the village Tart,spaces between the teeth,and make up put on with a tennis ball.

S0Noma
11-30-2007, 07:45 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Drop1:</font><hr> Deeman,Mexico is the hands down winner,flat no questions...just picture Earnest Borgnine in a Toto,and you got the village Tart,spaces between the teeth,and make up put on with a tennis ball. <hr /></blockquote>

I nearly fell out of my chair - THAT was fricking funny! Thanks for the imagery!

Drop1
11-30-2007, 10:40 PM
Why is it assumed,that non acceptance of Christianity automatically deprives people of any form of morality,or spirituality,or there are enough atheists in Florida to keep the oldest profession on sound economic ground. Faith is not something a person declares for them selves,but as I have said many times,is a gift from God,for good deeds done,without expectation of a reward. Why this rush to judgement against atheist,when so many Clergy have been abusers of children,and are now paying the price. I don't judge a person based on belief,but on their actions. I will put the history of Atheists on the wall of good for humanity,right next to the history of Christianity. Has anyone heard of an Atheist war,has any one heard of Atheists burning people to death,or of Atheists torturing people for not accepting Atheism? The list can go on and on,but if you are a Christian,let your God judge Atheists,and you judge yourself.

S0Noma
11-30-2007, 11:15 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Drop1:</font><hr> Why is it assumed,that non acceptance of Christianity automatically deprives people of any form of morality,or spirituality,...but if you are a Christian,let your God judge Atheists,and you judge yourself. <hr /></blockquote>

You are correct sir, it is a very short sighted assumption that leads someone to conclude that Christians have a corner on morality and that deprived of Christian values atheists are immoral as well.

Very shortsighted indeed.

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Rich R.
12-01-2007, 07:21 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Drop1:</font><hr> Why is it assumed,that non acceptance of Christianity automatically deprives people of any form of morality,or spirituality,or there are enough atheists in Florida to keep the oldest profession on sound economic ground. Faith is not something a person declares for them selves,but as I have said many times,is a gift from God,for good deeds done,without expectation of a reward. Why this rush to judgement against atheist,when so many Clergy have been abusers of children,and are now paying the price. I don't judge a person based on belief,but on their actions. I will put the history of Atheists on the wall of good for humanity,right next to the history of Christianity. Has anyone heard of an Atheist war,has any one heard of Atheists burning people to death,or of Atheists torturing people for not accepting Atheism? The list can go on and on,but if you are a Christian,let your God judge Atheists,and you judge yourself. <hr /></blockquote>
Excellent post.