Wednesday, April 18, 2012

This Just In: Not Much

So, let me get this straight: the entire Secret Service in Colombia "scandal" is that several men paid several women to get their rocks off, their ashes hauled, their bones picked, in short, to have sex, for money. That's it?

Prostitution is not called the oldest business just to be cute. Hookers have been with us always, men stationed in strange territories have always made use of their services and nothing in the coverage I have read has pointed towards anything disgusting or even particularly racy. Then again, the stories have universally seemed to be rather purse lipped about the details and about why this rises to the level of scandal. How is a blowjob in a hotel room a security risk to a President who wasn't even in town yet?

Are we Americans really so naive that the simple act of hooking up with a whore is a disgrace? Really? That's all it takes? The utterly corrupt and charming Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards told a reporters once "The only way I can lose this election is if I'm caught in bed with either a dead girl or a live boy." What happened to that level of understanding what's truly scandalous? No wonder the media is so dull. I'm going back to amateur porn.

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  2. We wouldn't want people thinking about the things that really matter... like why rich people can afford a better class of hooker than Miss J can. And why they get to write theirs off as "travel expenses".

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  3. i'm imagining mittens is spraying lighter fluid on this one.

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  4. Frankly, as you know, I've always harbored the dream of being a madame.
    I feel I am uniquely qualified. I just need one of those Kiva loans.
    Or maybe just a cow from Heifer International.

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  5. Y'know, I think the big problem was the scale involved here. It's one thing to discreetly bring one hooker (escort, call girl, rent boy, whore, prostitute, streetwalker, Republican candidate for President, etc.) to your hotel room for a blowjob or a one-on-one mattress dance.

    It's another thing to parade 25-30 of them into a rather posh hotel for a bacchanal.

    It's also rather expensive, too.

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    1. Yeah, well, speaking as someone who's worked in big hotels, 25 hookers parading through the lobby is just another shift.

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  6. I'm going back to amatuer porn. Making or watching?

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    1. Would that be making as in being a performer, or making as in being a director, camera person, lighting tech, etc.?

      Whichever, try each and see which you like best!

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    2. Definitely watching. I have sharing issues, as you can tell by reading this blog.

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  7. as a seasoned whore, I see nothing wrong with it! And you sure do know how to make a mouth water with that picture!

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  8. My favorite part of this whole "scandal" is that the only reason they got busted is one of the agents refused to pay full price for his three way, and the sex worker sashayed her self down to the lobby that was crawling with cops and reported it as fraud, theft or whatever it is when you want to be a cheap ass. She hadn't advertised it as two for one!

    Oh and the other hilarious tidbit was that half the guys who got busted are pissed they lost their jobs, actually didn't have sex with the gals cause they passed out drunk first. Some actually claimed this a grounds to keep their jobs.

    Seriously, a new low for the over 40 spring break crowd. Don't they know they're supposed to wait till after the President rolls out to party with the locals on our tax dime.

    I say they should be fired for being nitwits and cheap asses.

    Always pay the hooker. Always.

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