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(Click2Houston)   Cop: Sure, I'll take a BJ for $50. You totally look like this hot chick from Vice Squad   (click2houston.com) divider line 64
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2014-01-29 08:12:48 PM  
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/What a hot chick from the vice squad may look like
 
2014-01-29 08:14:19 PM  
I clicked.
 
2014-01-29 08:15:16 PM  
That's hilarious. What's not so hilarious is this idiot used to carry a gun. And a badge!
 
2014-01-29 08:15:17 PM  
Suspension without pay?! Geez, it's not like he tazed the hooker and shot her in the chest five times afterwards...
 
2014-01-29 08:15:46 PM  
i60.tinypic.com

Also  Link
 
2014-01-29 08:16:41 PM  
Remember citizen, cops are just better people.
 
2014-01-29 08:17:08 PM  
Try again

Link
 
2014-01-29 08:18:25 PM  

Satanus Maximus: Suspension without pay?! Geez, it's not like he tazed the hooker and shot her in the chest five times afterwards...


He probably would have gotten off lighter doing that.
 
2014-01-29 08:20:42 PM  
Free will sucks without deliberation.
 
2014-01-29 08:25:34 PM  
Bet he wishes he read the daily department update memo email that day.
 
2014-01-29 08:27:39 PM  
his problem was that there were too many witnesses to his nefarious actions...too many people to keep the secret.
 
2014-01-29 08:28:13 PM  
encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
 
2014-01-29 08:32:55 PM  
So why is prostitution illegal?
 
2014-01-29 08:33:06 PM  
$50 for a blowjob?

Man I save millions switching to a cheaper version.

/generously thanks hand and the Internet
 
2014-01-29 08:34:04 PM  
hahaguy.jpg
 
2014-01-29 08:34:22 PM  

mrlewish: So why is prostitution illegal?


Possible human trafficking.

Puritan under pinnings of the american society.
 
2014-01-29 08:36:18 PM  
I wonder what would have happened if he shot her?
 
2014-01-29 08:38:54 PM  
I don't know much about prostitutes.  But I do know that a BJ from a remotely attractive one is more than $50. I got propositioned for $300 BJ from stripper, which told me people have paid that price before.


/I said no thanks.
 
2014-01-29 08:40:49 PM  
 
2014-01-29 08:40:52 PM  

mrlewish: So why is prostitution illegal?


Cause it's demeaning to women.  Sure not as much as a shiatty minimum wage job that requires a uniform but some.  And sure politicians are notorious for their love of hookers but they're different.
 
2014-01-29 08:42:22 PM  
No professional courtesy?  Cops aren't supposed to ticket or arrest other cops.
 
2014-01-29 08:44:01 PM  
Came in hoping for dexter reference

Fark I am disappoint
 
2014-01-29 08:45:24 PM  
I'm actually surprised he got busted at all. I would have thought a CCopSB over beers (that he was buying).
 
2014-01-29 08:47:02 PM  
does he get the employee discount?
 
2014-01-29 08:48:34 PM  

mjjt: Try again

Link


aaaaaahahahhaha! The second one slayed me; took forever to load on my phone but was worth waiting.
 
2014-01-29 08:49:13 PM  
One less constable parked in a speed trap all day out on FM 1960.

If you did away with the entire lot of constables in Texas, you'd probably decrease the crime rate, and improve traffic flow.
 
2014-01-29 08:53:25 PM  
Sure-fire way to weed out a vice cop: tell the hooker you want to take pictures of her first. There's nothing illegal about it, the hooker would probably consent, and a vice cop DEFINITELY wouldn't.
 
2014-01-29 08:55:49 PM  

Doom MD: Came in hoping for dexter reference

Fark I am disappoint


Batista he was not.
 
2014-01-29 08:57:40 PM  

I Like Bread: Sure-fire way to weed out a vice cop: tell the hooker you want to take pictures of her first. There's nothing illegal about it, the hooker would probably consent, and a vice cop DEFINITELY wouldn't.


www.signs.com
 
2014-01-29 09:04:10 PM  
Looks like things got too spicy for the pepper.
 
2014-01-29 09:11:25 PM  
Can someone find me the article from "The Onion" where a love is blossoming between two FBI agents sexting to each other in a chatroom?

/'preciate it.
 
2014-01-29 09:18:14 PM  

The Gordie Howe Hat Trick: Looks like things got too spicy for the pepper.


Thanks Francine!
 
2014-01-29 09:23:06 PM  
He should have devoted more time to building elaborate constructions out of Lego. I read somewhere they can be traded for a blowjob.
 
2014-01-29 09:25:39 PM  
You no make Lego. No BJ for you.
 
2014-01-29 09:47:58 PM  

stuhayes2010: I don't know much about prostitutes.  But I do know that a BJ from a remotely attractive one is more than $50. I got propositioned for $300 BJ from stripper, which told me people have paid that price before.
/I said no thanks.


I don't blame you.  My handyman got a blowjob a couple of weeks ago for $30 from a Puerto Rican hooker he claimed was absolutely beautiful.  (This was in Baltimore.)  For all I know she was a toothless crone -- he does not have the highest standards.  But she was being flown around the country, so she must have had something going for her.
 
2014-01-29 09:55:18 PM  

Boo_Guy: No professional courtesy?  Cops aren't supposed to ticket or arrest other cops.


Sting op, means they're recording sound (maybe sight as well) and there's more than one cop involved. Makes it harder to throw anyone courtesy. Plus the entire point of these sting operations is to scare the shiat out of clients (or 'johns' as the cops like to call them with their cop-y lingo from the 50s) by publicly shaming them. It's really not the ticket that's an issue for anyone, it's the public outting and consequences of that which are scary to people.
 
2014-01-29 09:59:20 PM  
what amazes me is he decided to pick one up in the precinct he worked in

Also, I doubt vice would be hard to pick out, they'll probably be the healthy looking ones
 
2014-01-29 10:05:04 PM  

hammettman: One less constable parked in a speed trap all day out on FM 1960.

If you did away with the entire lot of constables in Texas, you'd probably decrease the crime rate, and improve traffic flow.


They're supposed to be patrolling the neighborhoods, that's who pays for their positions
 
2014-01-29 10:10:23 PM  

mrlewish: So why is prostitution illegal?


Keeps women in line.
 
2014-01-29 10:15:27 PM  

Lady Indica: Boo_Guy: No professional courtesy?  Cops aren't supposed to ticket or arrest other cops.

Sting op, means they're recording sound (maybe sight as well) and there's more than one cop involved. Makes it harder to throw anyone courtesy. Plus the entire point of these sting operations is to scare the shiat out of clients (or 'johns' as the cops like to call them with their cop-y lingo from the 50s) by publicly shaming them. It's really not the ticket that's an issue for anyone, it's the public outting and consequences of that which are scary to people.


Silly puritan laws.  Sure am glad its legal where I am,  well going to be soon at least.

It should make things safer for the workers I'd imagine.
 
2014-01-29 10:18:08 PM  

loonatic112358: hammettman: One less constable parked in a speed trap all day out on FM 1960.

If you did away with the entire lot of constables in Texas, you'd probably decrease the crime rate, and improve traffic flow.

They're supposed to be patrolling the neighborhoods, that's who pays for their positions


I know.  I've never seen them "patrol."  They are always parked behind a hedge or a wall, usually at the same spots, looking to but speeders.  I drive past them, do a few errands, and an hour and a half later they're still parked in the same place.  Meanwhile, we've been robbed 3 times in 2 years.  That's some fine patrolling.
 
2014-01-29 10:32:23 PM  

Boo_Guy: Lady Indica: Boo_Guy: No professional courtesy?  Cops aren't supposed to ticket or arrest other cops.

Sting op, means they're recording sound (maybe sight as well) and there's more than one cop involved. Makes it harder to throw anyone courtesy. Plus the entire point of these sting operations is to scare the shiat out of clients (or 'johns' as the cops like to call them with their cop-y lingo from the 50s) by publicly shaming them. It's really not the ticket that's an issue for anyone, it's the public outting and consequences of that which are scary to people.

Silly puritan laws.  Sure am glad its legal where I am,  well going to be soon at least.

It should make things safer for the workers I'd imagine.


Canada? :D And yes, it will. My work is 100% legal and that makes a huge difference. The social stigma though is still really problematic. I don't disclose what I do with most people outside of my close circle of friends, and my family has no idea. The social stigma can't improve until the laws do though.

//CSB etc but I get really pissy discussing this though, I spend too many hours a week dealing with antis and activism issues on my work twitter. I get called a man and a pimp by some antis because I'm too articulate and educated for them to dismiss any other way. It amuses the fark out of my clients though. And I did offer to have a clit size contest with one TERF who claimed I was a man (I'm a cis female not that it matters /shrug). She declined. I also offered to introduce her to my strap on in a paid session. This did not merit a response. *grin* Anyway entire point being, when I get super pissy discussing this shiat it's not at FARKers, it's at the real world bullshiat I have to deal with.
 
2014-01-29 10:36:10 PM  

mayIFark: $50 for a blowjob?

Man I save millions switching to a cheaper version.

/generously thanks hand and the Internet


Right?? Maybe I'm in the wrong line of work.

On the other hand I do get to play with Legos all day.
 
2014-01-29 10:53:26 PM  
Ex-wife is a cop, worked stings several times.

Ask to go elsewhere to negotiate rate. Cops will never leave the sting site.
 
2014-01-29 11:04:39 PM  

Lady Indica: Boo_Guy: Lady Indica: Boo_Guy: No professional courtesy?  Cops aren't supposed to ticket or arrest other cops.

Sting op, means they're recording sound (maybe sight as well) and there's more than one cop involved. Makes it harder to throw anyone courtesy. Plus the entire point of these sting operations is to scare the shiat out of clients (or 'johns' as the cops like to call them with their cop-y lingo from the 50s) by publicly shaming them. It's really not the ticket that's an issue for anyone, it's the public outting and consequences of that which are scary to people.

Silly puritan laws.  Sure am glad its legal where I am,  well going to be soon at least.

It should make things safer for the workers I'd imagine.

Canada? :D And yes, it will. My work is 100% legal and that makes a huge difference. The social stigma though is still really problematic. I don't disclose what I do with most people outside of my close circle of friends, and my family has no idea. The social stigma can't improve until the laws do though.

//CSB etc but I get really pissy discussing this though, I spend too many hours a week dealing with antis and activism issues on my work twitter. I get called a man and a pimp by some antis because I'm too articulate and educated for them to dismiss any other way. It amuses the fark out of my clients though. And I did offer to have a clit size contest with one TERF who claimed I was a man (I'm a cis female not that it matters /shrug). She declined. I also offered to introduce her to my strap on in a paid session. This did not merit a response. *grin* Anyway entire point being, when I get super pissy discussing this shiat it's not at FARKers, it's at the real world bullshiat I have to deal with.


Yes Canada,  Ontario to be exact.  Hopefully they'll refocus on stopping human trafficking and slaves, although I don't really read much about here about people being busted for prostitution,  I don't think anyone would care enough to call it news and we're not really into the shame aspect of things here.

What does your family think you do for a living?

If it were me I'd just ignore the morans on twitter...  but then if it were really me I wouldn't have twitter to begin with =)
 
2014-01-29 11:12:28 PM  

Boo_Guy: Lady Indica: Boo_Guy: Lady Indica: Boo_Guy: No professional courtesy?  Cops aren't supposed to ticket or arrest other cops.

Sting op, means they're recording sound (maybe sight as well) and there's more than one cop involved. Makes it harder to throw anyone courtesy. Plus the entire point of these sting operations is to scare the shiat out of clients (or 'johns' as the cops like to call them with their cop-y lingo from the 50s) by publicly shaming them. It's really not the ticket that's an issue for anyone, it's the public outting and consequences of that which are scary to people.

Silly puritan laws.  Sure am glad its legal where I am,  well going to be soon at least.

It should make things safer for the workers I'd imagine.

Canada? :D And yes, it will. My work is 100% legal and that makes a huge difference. The social stigma though is still really problematic. I don't disclose what I do with most people outside of my close circle of friends, and my family has no idea. The social stigma can't improve until the laws do though.

//CSB etc but I get really pissy discussing this though, I spend too many hours a week dealing with antis and activism issues on my work twitter. I get called a man and a pimp by some antis because I'm too articulate and educated for them to dismiss any other way. It amuses the fark out of my clients though. And I did offer to have a clit size contest with one TERF who claimed I was a man (I'm a cis female not that it matters /shrug). She declined. I also offered to introduce her to my strap on in a paid session. This did not merit a response. *grin* Anyway entire point being, when I get super pissy discussing this shiat it's not at FARKers, it's at the real world bullshiat I have to deal with.

Yes Canada,  Ontario to be exact.  Hopefully they'll refocus on stopping human trafficking and slaves, although I don't really read much about here about people being busted for prostitution,  I don't think anyone would care enough to call it news and we're not really into the shame aspect of things here.


What does your family think you do for a living?

If it were me I'd just ignore the morans on twitter...  but then if it were really me I wouldn't have twitter to begin with =)

Missionary, because they overheard her make a comment about her skill in her missionary position.
 
2014-01-29 11:21:02 PM  
I've always wondered how they go about picking female cops for these stings.
 
2014-01-29 11:41:41 PM  

hammettman: loonatic112358: hammettman: One less constable parked in a speed trap all day out on FM 1960.

If you did away with the entire lot of constables in Texas, you'd probably decrease the crime rate, and improve traffic flow.

They're supposed to be patrolling the neighborhoods, that's who pays for their positions

I know.  I've never seen them "patrol."  They are always parked behind a hedge or a wall, usually at the same spots, looking to but speeders.  I drive past them, do a few errands, and an hour and a half later they're still parked in the same place.  Meanwhile, we've been robbed 3 times in 2 years.  That's some fine patrolling.


So you know where there's a secluded place with hedges and at least one wall, and you have to pass this place often on your way to doing things? Sounds like a nice and convenient place to build a new house for yourself. And heck, bonus: now you have less stuff to move!
 
2014-01-29 11:42:50 PM  

Boo_Guy: What does your family think you do for a living?

If it were me I'd just ignore the morans on twitter...  but then if it were really me I wouldn't have twitter to begin with =)


They think I do something really boring at home regarding contracts between people involved in making apps. I make it sound as boring as possible to discourage prying. I also say that I got into (this work) through a friend, so it's not really something someone else could just apply for and do (because when you work at home making enough money to get by, EVERYONE WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT THAT because some folks, they equate working at home with not really working.)

This allows me to talk about dynamics of my work and appointments couched in other language. So what I tell them is true, but disguised so they have no idea it's sex work. It would be deeply upsetting to both my parents. My mother is religious and prudish, and her family is super religious and prudish. Frankly if someone told her tonight...she would flat out not believe it. I don't not tell them b/c they'd be disappointed though (it'd hardly be the first time I disappointed them, all kids disappoint their parents from time to time ;)) but because it would *really* hurt her. She's incapable of understanding it, and I'm certain of this because of discussions we've had about such topics.

My father would have a fatal heart attack. He's not a prude, but like any other male, I'm sure he does not want to imagine his daughter doing anything like this. He can't even discuss my period, so this would be ...yeeeeeah. He has never shown disrespect or opinions that are negative about sex workers or porn. I know he really doesn't see it as problematic and isn't a prude...but yeah. If it didn't kill him outright there'd be mucho distress.

My siblings would just think much less of me. I might lose access to my niece and nephew...but I'm not sure. I would never discuss my work or aspects of my work with them anyway as they're children. If I didn't lose my relationships with them (we're not super close, but we're family) they wouldn't want to hear any aspects of it and would not want others to know about it I'm sure.

I know a lot of sex workers who are out with their families. Even if it were more socially acceptable, my family would not be okay with it due to their prudishness & religion.

All that being said, I was threatened recently with being outed due to some activism. Gloves came off and I warned the person that threatening my family would be a very dangerous game to play with me. What they seemed to fail to realize is the *only* thing that holds any restraint on my activities in sex worker activism is my need for privacy to protect my family. If that were removed, I'm unleashed. And that doesn't even cover what I would do to someone who I actually believed was threatening my family. And I would never cowtow to such threats.

It's actually the one thing that might get at least my mom to be super supportive. She might *haaaaate* the idea of my work, but she'd go batshiat farking HULK insane over someone trying to threaten or blackmail me. Her biggest issue with me would be the lying. She really really hates lying. Which is why I do stick to truth only obscuring the nature and details of my work.

I know all this is waaay self absorbed, but I know this is an area people are always really curious about. Most sex workers claim boring office jobs, and try to make their work seem as mundane and boring as possible. I'm also paranoid/careful/weirdo enough to actually have clients that own biz in the field I claim, who could claim to 'work' with me if needed to bolster the lie w/ family. But it's possible that I could be outed in a way that I couldn't clean up, or wouldn't want to lie further about (I hate the lying too). I'm as prepared for that as I can be. I will not give up my work though for my family even if they wished it. I like what I do, it's not a job it's my career. But I don't wish that to cause them any pain or strife and I'm willing to accept limitations to do that.

Oh and as to ignoring the bullshiat on twitter...it's my work account so I'm promoting myself and my merch (porn). It eventually became both my personal and work acct really and the activism bleeds across that. Which isn't bad for biz, some clients love watching the poo fly. It's higher level than nameless name calling, I don't even respond to that. It's conversations with people who are constantly writing articles on this shiat, etc. I get about a dozen media requests a year (I don't do them, privacy issues. I refer to other SW or I'll do background, that's it).

Again, TMI but I know I'm always curious about other people's shiat and I know this isn't something most ppl get to see. So here ya go.
 
2014-01-29 11:55:33 PM  

Prof. Frink: hammettman: loonatic112358: hammettman: One less constable parked in a speed trap all day out on FM 1960.

If you did away with the entire lot of constables in Texas, you'd probably decrease the crime rate, and improve traffic flow.

They're supposed to be patrolling the neighborhoods, that's who pays for their positions

I know.  I've never seen them "patrol."  They are always parked behind a hedge or a wall, usually at the same spots, looking to but speeders.  I drive past them, do a few errands, and an hour and a half later they're still parked in the same place.  Meanwhile, we've been robbed 3 times in 2 years.  That's some fine patrolling.

So you know where there's a secluded place with hedges and at least one wall, and you have to pass this place often on your way to doing things? Sounds like a nice and convenient place to build a new house for yourself. And heck, bonus: now you have less stuff to move!



Added bonus of security with the constable sitting in the yard!
 
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