Sunday, April 3, 2016

Two Professional Street Pamphleteers Walk into a Bathhouse


  1. I'd laugh ... if it wasn't true. *sigh* Spot on as always DaBlade. ~:)

  2. Kid, I didn't see that movie. Was that an Oliver Stone? I just don't see Lady Bird doing that...

    Sparky, Just a few more months of this clown. We can do this!!!

  3. Wasn't Lady Bird of course, was lyndon. Too much coincidental evidence. he either orchestrated it, or was right in the middle of it and knew it was going to happen.

  4. I am not as wise as Socrates (or you, Kid), but I do know that I don't know everything. That sounds out there but I can't refute it. I was only 2 years old at the time, so my hands were clean, if not my bum.

  5. You are a trusted source for CTN and it only takes a slight push regarding any democrat and criminal activity. As for them Japanese, I'm just happy they have moved on from their pillow girlfriends.

  6. Dude, The Jap men are seriously screwed up. They take Nintendo DS virtual girlfriends on vacation or just the hotel, often paying Double Booking rate.

    The women aren't much better. No link since the text is so short I'll just post it....

    At first glance, the man and woman at the nightclub look like any other couple on a date. He flirts and pours champagne. She looks at him and laughs.

    This isn't a date, though. It's business.

    The woman, a successful executive, has joined a growing number of professional women in Japan in forking out from $1,000 to $50,000 a night for male companionship.

    They meet their "hosts" in hundreds of clubs that have sprung up around Tokyo - the industry says only compliments are exchanged. The women pay for a man to lavish them with undivided attention.

    "There's nothing wrong with a woman paying to be entertained by a man," one female client says. "It's just another step in equality."

    Wow. If I was a younger man, I'd be learning to speak Japanese !

  7. Ha! The woman are hiring gigolos. Meanwhile, the Japanese men are playing pocket pool with their smart phone apps. What's wrong with this touchscreen picture? Homo arigoto mister roboto.