ChickenBiscuit

Robert Kraft potentially being charged in connection with Prostitution Ring.

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Da mn! Cheap *** old fcuk. 59 to 79 for some stress release! 

He should just watch porn and buy a fake one, or just buy a sex robot! 

Shesh, the stupidity of being rich and old...

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3 hours ago, Falconsin2012 said:

He needs to get tested for STD’s.  Reports indicate these girls were given no days off and averaged 1,500 men per year.  That’s nauseating.  5 a day.

 And he only paid $79 per visit the cheap ****?

Some cashier chicks at Wal Mart be looking at that thinking..."Five men? That's it?? So they be workin like 15 minutes a day an gettin almost $400!? Sign me up for some of that abuse!"

:lol:

 

 

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33 minutes ago, 4dabirds said:

A prostitution ring is one thing, if the women participating are there of their own free will. However, many massage parlors are the source for human tafficking of young girls from other countries who did not choose this lifestyle. So, it is a bad thing that is getting addressed by law enforcement in this country. Your run-of-the-mill cat house has women who choose to be there. The out-of-site strip mall advertising for massages may have underage asian girls working off a debt there against their will. There's a big difference. You should'nt want this sort of activity being "Okay", because you don't beleive it effects you.

Your points concerning human trafficking and slavery are valid and well taken.  Dunno where you got all that from my post?  If you got the impression I endorse human rights violations that you mention, you are mistaken.  Being forced to do something against your will under threat of violence to you or loved ones, yes that is serious.  Its also not what I was talking about.

My post is about unnecessary laws prohibiting behavior based on nothing more than some faction of society simply saying "you shouldn't do this or that -because- (fill in your preference, be it racial, religious, political or an attempt at forcing certain morality on others).   

Amsterdam allows prostitution, the women engage in that activity willingly and legally.  Drug use is also legal.  It is one of the most civilized cities there is.  Its the sort of live-and-let-live environment many societies should adopt IMHO.   There would be a lot less divisiveness and conflict if that were so.

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44 minutes ago, PokerSteve said:

Some cashier chicks at Wal Mart be looking at that thinking..."Five men? That's it?? So they be workin like 15 minutes a day an gettin almost $400!? Sign me up for some of that abuse!"

:lol:

 

 

If it was legal the money to be made would be much less.  

Then fewer women would become prostitutes.   Instead they would look for financial security elsewhere.  Like marriage.

The result?  Fewer prostitutes....more marriages.  Supposedly a more moral society.

Which is what most of the so-called 'blue laws' were created to endorse, anyway.  Ironic, eh?

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58 minutes ago, PokerSteve said:

Some cashier chicks at Wal Mart be looking at that thinking..."Five men? That's it?? So they be workin like 15 minutes a day an gettin almost $400!? Sign me up for some of that abuse!"

:lol:

 

 

Hey, don’t forget the Waffle House waitresses ...all you can eat and half priced specials, though it will be served scattered, covered and smothered...unless you get the early bird special! ;)

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34 minutes ago, egoprime II said:

If it was legal the money to be made would be much less.  

Then fewer women would become prostitutes.   Instead they would look for financial security elsewhere.  Like marriage.

The result?  Fewer prostitutes....more marriages.  Supposedly a more moral society.

Which is what most of the so-called 'blue laws' were created to endorse, anyway.  Ironic, eh?

You'd think in America, the supposed beacon of capitalism that we'd just be DYING to open up more industries. Yet weed is still illegal and so is prostitution. 

I truthfully don't understand this country sometimes.

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7 hours ago, droopy1592 said:

Not if you’re a healthy *******, eat right and take care of yourself. 

One guy on the sting list was born in 1934 I think.

YUK! Can you imagine having to deal with his old wrinkled self?

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3 hours ago, egoprime II said:

Your points concerning human trafficking and slavery are valid and well taken.  Dunno where you got all that from my post?  If you got the impression I endorse human rights violations that you mention, you are mistaken.  Being forced to do something against your will under threat of violence to you or loved ones, yes that is serious.  Its also not what I was talking about.

My post is about unnecessary laws prohibiting behavior based on nothing more than some faction of society simply saying "you shouldn't do this or that -because- (fill in your preference, be it racial, religious, political or an attempt at forcing certain morality on others).   

Amsterdam allows prostitution, the women engage in that activity willingly and legally.  Drug use is also legal.  It is one of the most civilized cities there is.  Its the sort of live-and-let-live environment many societies should adopt IMHO.   There would be a lot less divisiveness and conflict if that were so.

Agree with all of this. I hate Kraft like most people but what is the point in arresting 200 men who got caught on video. It is just a waste of resources. Use those resources to go after the people behind the trafficking.

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5 hours ago, PokerSteve said:

Some cashier chicks at Wal Mart be looking at that thinking..."Five men? That's it?? So they be workin like 15 minutes a day an gettin almost $400!? Sign me up for some of that abuse!"

:lol:

 

 

I know you’re playing around.  But on a serious note, the IRS was involved in the probe so you know the girls saw none of that money.  

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I’m still convinced Belichick set this up to get back at Kraft.  Bill gonna own the team next year and trade Brady, draft Trevor Lawrence and get another 6 rings

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1 hour ago, Jpg428gggg said:

Agree with all of this. I hate Kraft like most people but what is the point in arresting 200 men who got caught on video. It is just a waste of resources. Use those resources to go after the people behind the trafficking.

Two things: Big-name arrest, police get plenty of publicity. Added bonus, there's that "nobody's above the law" angle to it. Win-win for the police, minor annoyance for Kraft and the other 200 guys. The guy who was 84 will probably point to that arrest with pride.  :lol:

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3 minutes ago, Flying Falcon said:

So have they got him yet? In an orange suit?

Yes, you can catch him at the city park scrubbing pigeon poop off the backs of the benches with a toothbrush for the next four Saturdays.  :lol:

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38 minutes ago, PokerSteve said:

Two things: Big-name arrest, police get plenty of publicity. Added bonus, there's that "nobody's above the law" angle to it. Win-win for the police, minor annoyance for Kraft and the other 200 guys. The guy who was 84 will probably point to that arrest with pride.  :lol:

Good point. It reminds you of the war on drugs. They catch 100 pounds of drugs and make a big deal about it while the other 95% make it to the streets.

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5 hours ago, ChickenBiscuit said:

You'd think in America, the supposed beacon of capitalism that we'd just be DYING to open up more industries. Yet weed is still illegal and so is prostitution. 

I truthfully don't understand this country sometimes.

Unfortunately, I learned how to figure things out, somewhat...  sometimes I wish I hadn't.

Its called:  follow the money.  Also politics enter into it too, and the money it generates.  

 

 

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1 hour ago, Jpg428gggg said:

Good point. It reminds you of the war on drugs. They catch 100 pounds of drugs and make a big deal about it while the other 95% make it to the streets.

Legalize it all and let natural selection do its job.  

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1 hour ago, egoprime II said:

Unfortunately, I learned how to figure things out, somewhat...  sometimes I wish I hadn't.

Its called:  follow the money.  Also politics enter into it too, and the money it generates.  

 

 

You’ll find a Rothschild/Rockefeller behind most laws granting government control on the population

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1 hour ago, egoprime II said:

Unfortunately, I learned how to figure things out, somewhat...  sometimes I wish I hadn't.

Its called:  follow the money.  Also politics enter into it too, and the money it generates.  

 

 

 

And they killed this guy for doing the interview...

 

 

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13 hours ago, egoprime II said:

Your points concerning human trafficking and slavery are valid and well taken.  Dunno where you got all that from my post?  If you got the impression I endorse human rights violations that you mention, you are mistaken.  Being forced to do something against your will under threat of violence to you or loved ones, yes that is serious.  Its also not what I was talking about.

My post is about unnecessary laws prohibiting behavior based on nothing more than some faction of society simply saying "you shouldn't do this or that -because- (fill in your preference, be it racial, religious, political or an attempt at forcing certain morality on others).   

Amsterdam allows prostitution, the women engage in that activity willingly and legally.  Drug use is also legal.  It is one of the most civilized cities there is.  Its the sort of live-and-let-live environment many societies should adopt IMHO.   There would be a lot less divisiveness and conflict if that were so.

No, I'm certainly not saying that you endorse human trafficking. I simply took issue with your comment on the police using resources to bust a prostitution ring. From what I've read, the massage parlor may have ties to human trafficking. Your statement; "I sure am glad the police have the resources to chase down and bust this prostitution ring.   We all know how dangerous they are to our safety and national security, right..."; I felt this minalmalized what may actually be going on here. 

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You know, if I'm that rich, and wanted to go outside of my marriage for some strange, then just hire a $3k hour high end call girl, who not only wants to be doing this as a living, but in most cases are EXTREMELY discrete.

There's no reason that someone like Kraft should ever be involved in something like this. Places like this, that are more than likely tied to actual human trafficking, should be investigated and prosecuted. I believe prostitution should be legalized, if for no other reason than to help regulate the entire practice. Just my opinion.

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On 2/23/2019 at 10:16 AM, egoprime II said:

I sure am glad the police have the resources to chase down and bust this prostitution ring.   We all know how dangerous they are to our safety and national security, right...

A woman can let her body be used for medical research, has the right to have an abortion... but its illegal for women to rent their bodies out for sex?   People can drink and smoke themselves into oblivion but can't do the same thing with drugs?

No wonder people around the world can't figure us out.  -I- can't figure this out.  Less laws, please.

This ain't the same and most prostitutes aren't doing this on their own free will either smh

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On 2/23/2019 at 9:16 AM, egoprime II said:

I sure am glad the police have the resources to chase down and bust this prostitution ring.   We all know how dangerous they are to our safety and national security, right...

A woman can let her body be used for medical research, has the right to have an abortion... but its illegal for women to rent their bodies out for sex?   People can drink and smoke themselves into oblivion but can't do the same thing with drugs?

No wonder people around the world can't figure us out.  -I- can't figure this out.  Less laws, please.

Ah yes, it shouldn't be illegal for women to be forced to have sex against their will? Ok then!!

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