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2022-06-30 8:27:19 AM  
Sounds like they not only put in place some nice auditable traceback software for operating their restricted database, but there's maybe even oversight to catch the abusers of the system like this one.  Either that or he pissed someone off and they knew alerting investigations to check it out would get him removed.
 
2022-06-30 8:33:12 AM  

Munden: Sounds like they not only put in place some nice auditable traceback software for operating their restricted database, but there's maybe even oversight to catch the abusers of the system like this one.  Either that or he pissed someone off and they knew alerting investigations to check it out would get him removed.


using the systems is very highly audited these days.

at least i know the nypd is
 
2022-06-30 8:33:43 AM  
Probably the smartest cop they have.
 
2022-06-30 8:34:48 AM  
Cinnamonson, I am disappoint
 
2022-06-30 8:35:54 AM  
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2022-06-30 8:39:06 AM  
Ah.  Of course we're short on story here.  I'll make a guess:  She told him she loved him.  And with that, she got him to empty his bank accounts.  Then he found her and her family.  Then he flashed his badge.
 
TWX
2022-06-30 8:40:07 AM  
Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.
 
2022-06-30 8:41:49 AM  
How else is a Jersey cop supposed to meet women? Pull over some rando for dubious reasons? That's how you find someone to date not marry.
 
2022-06-30 8:42:29 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: Ah.  Of course we're short on story here.  I'll make a guess:  She told him she loved him.  And with that, she got him to empty his bank accounts.  Then he found her and her family.  Then he flashed his badge.


What?

This is almost 10 times more information than we get with any other "the police were being naughty boys" article.

There could be more, but we often get a lot less.
 
2022-06-30 8:43:28 AM  
He has a bright future ahead of him once the red states start putting together morality squads.

/To think that once would have been a joke
 
2022-06-30 8:43:56 AM  
Cops using the Database for personal reasons has been done since forever.
I had a friend in high school whos dad was a cop and every guy she dated he would do a search on to see if ANYTHING is in the system, any interactions with police since everything is logged.
Her sister is now a detective in the York Reigonal Police and she does it and all the other cops.
I knew one cop in Brantford ontario who would pull over pretty women just so he could get their names and numbers.
Its a problem and no one does shiat about it. 🤷🏼‍♂
 
2022-06-30 8:44:50 AM  

Ragin' Asian: How else is a Jersey cop supposed to meet women? Pull over some rando for dubious reasons? That's how you find someone to date not marry.


Plus with the price of gas if she doesn't put out you might get in trouble.
 
2022-06-30 8:44:56 AM  

TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.


cops make a lot of $$ in new england / tri-state

6 figures and no college education needed retire after 20 years with like 80% salary pension
 
2022-06-30 8:45:34 AM  
But was it during
Regular hours?
Overtime hours?
His own time?

I'll bet a real cop can cyber stalk and bill time and a half.
 
2022-06-30 8:48:40 AM  

TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.


What else would you spend the money on once you have enough tanks?

People would probably be critical if they police started paying stock dividends.

That's right. I'm criticizing the cops for not having share holders. Come at me Fark.
 
2022-06-30 8:53:57 AM  

mrparks: Probably the smartest cop they have.


The stupidest criminals are always the ones who are caught
 
2022-06-30 8:57:49 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: Ah.  Of course we're short on story here.  I'll make a guess:  She told him she loved him.  And with that, she got him to empty his bank accounts.  Then he found her and her family.  Then he flashed his badge.


Why are you reflexively blaming the victim, here, for instigating it?
 
2022-06-30 9:01:32 AM  

Skail: Nana's Vibrator: Ah.  Of course we're short on story here.  I'll make a guess:  She told him she loved him.  And with that, she got him to empty his bank accounts.  Then he found her and her family.  Then he flashed his badge.

Why are you reflexively blaming the victim, here, for instigating it?


That's an odd conclusion.  I was reflexively going to the sex worker playbook.  It's a cliché that points no blame.  Weirdo.
 
2022-06-30 9:03:06 AM  

TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.


That's not unusual here in Canukistan.  Base pay is in the 80K range once you've maxed out your patrol rank - 1st Class Constable, I think - and then all you have to do is aggressively pursue OT and say 'yes' whenever they ask for someone to cover an under-staffed shift.  In fact, 112k is a bit on the low side.
 
2022-06-30 9:03:43 AM  

TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.


Got a nice, comfy routine.  Plenty of money and time to cross correlate names and faces in the cop database to the Onlyfans site.

It's like getting paid to Fark back when there was b00bies tab and the sports betting chicks lining the third column.  (sigh) Man, I could alt-tab to the MS SharePoint help page before the Fatass/Jebus guy could walk up on me.
 
2022-06-30 9:04:45 AM  

kindms: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.

cops make a lot of $$ in new england / tri-state

6 figures and no college education needed retire after 20 years with like 80% salary pension


That is not how any cop pensions I have ever heard of work. The basic formula is 2% x years of service x a multiplier usually 1.1 or 1.2
 
2022-06-30 9:07:43 AM  

Yellow Beard: That is not how any cop pensions I have ever heard of work. The basic formula is 2% x years of service x a multiplier usually 1.1 or 1.2


This is why, like prison guards, cops "work" as much overtime in their last 2 years as they can because the average of those 2 years is what is used to calculate their pension.
 
2022-06-30 9:08:34 AM  

TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.


I've only known a few cops in nj and they were from the same town and every cop gets the rank of sargeant the moment they had 5 years there.
 
2022-06-30 9:26:58 AM  
Yeah and don't think for a minute they aren't also secretly stalking dudes on OF too, when the other cops aren't looking
 
TWX
2022-06-30 9:29:05 AM  

Unsung_Hero: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

That's not unusual here in Canukistan.  Base pay is in the 80K range once you've maxed out your patrol rank - 1st Class Constable, I think - and then all you have to do is aggressively pursue OT and say 'yes' whenever they ask for someone to cover an under-staffed shift.  In fact, 112k is a bit on the low side.


That sort of thing has been revised around here.  It used to be best 36 months out of the last 120 months worked, averaged.  They've made it for hires after 2011 to the best 60 months of the last 120 months worked, averaged.

Makes it a lot harder to work OT for long enough to artificially weigh the pension calculation, plus it means that salary compensation adjustments over time aren't as helpful to the potential pensioner.  Instead of being able to get promoted or work OT starting three years out, it now has ot start five years out.
 
2022-06-30 9:32:29 AM  

Yellow Beard: Yellow Beard: That is not how any cop pensions I have ever heard of work. The basic formula is 2% x years of service x a multiplier usually 1.1 or 1.2

This is why, like prison guards, cops "work" as much overtime in their last 2 years as they can because the average of those 2 years is what is used to calculate their pension.


Overtime is not used for pension calculation.  Well, not on this planet.  Maybe on yours.
 
TWX
2022-06-30 9:34:21 AM  

Nirbo: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.

What else would you spend the money on once you have enough tanks?

People would probably be critical if they police started paying stock dividends.

That's right. I'm criticizing the cops for not having share holders. Come at me Fark.


Don't get me wrong, I'm actually in favor of law enforcement salaries being lucrative, so long as penalties for using one's position in law enforcement to break the law are severe.  I'm just surprised that he never saw promotion above patrolman, presuming that patrolman is a rank, rather than a type of role within the force.

I'm also surprised that TFA didn't doxx the victim.
 
2022-06-30 9:36:04 AM  

BunchaRubes: Yellow Beard: Yellow Beard: That is not how any cop pensions I have ever heard of work. The basic formula is 2% x years of service x a multiplier usually 1.1 or 1.2

This is why, like prison guards, cops "work" as much overtime in their last 2 years as they can because the average of those 2 years is what is used to calculate their pension.

Overtime is not used for pension calculation.  Well, not on this planet.  Maybe on yours.


It definitely is here in Pa on my planet, Earth.My cousin was a state trooper, I have numerous pals that are town cops. All use that same formula.
 
2022-06-30 9:39:56 AM  

Yellow Beard: kindms: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.

cops make a lot of $$ in new england / tri-state

6 figures and no college education needed retire after 20 years with like 80% salary pension

That is not how any cop pensions I have ever heard of work. The basic formula is 2% x years of service x a multiplier usually 1.1 or 1.2


https://www1.nyc.gov/site/nypd/careers/police-officers/po-benefits.page

My bad 50% and 22 years
 
2022-06-30 9:40:07 AM  

TWX: Nirbo: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.

What else would you spend the money on once you have enough tanks?

People would probably be critical if they police started paying stock dividends.

That's right. I'm criticizing the cops for not having share holders. Come at me Fark.

Don't get me wrong, I'm actually in favor of law enforcement salaries being lucrative, so long as penalties for using one's position in law enforcement to break the law are severe.  I'm just surprised that he never saw promotion above patrolman, presuming that patrolman is a rank, rather than a type of role within the force.

I'm also surprised that TFA didn't doxx the victim.


There are articles out there - one identifies him as sergeant in 2016 and one at detective in 2021.
 
TWX
2022-06-30 9:51:09 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: TWX: Nirbo: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.

What else would you spend the money on once you have enough tanks?

People would probably be critical if they police started paying stock dividends.

That's right. I'm criticizing the cops for not having share holders. Come at me Fark.

Don't get me wrong, I'm actually in favor of law enforcement salaries being lucrative, so long as penalties for using one's position in law enforcement to break the law are severe.  I'm just surprised that he never saw promotion above patrolman, presuming that patrolman is a rank, rather than a type of role within the force.

I'm also surprised that TFA didn't doxx the victim.

There are articles out there - one identifies him as sergeant in 2016 and one at detective in 2021.


Hey.  Give me some credit.  I read this article.  Normally I don't even do that!
 
2022-06-30 9:51:45 AM  

TotallyRealNotFake: Her sister is now a detective in the York Reigonal Police and she does it and all the other cops.


I think YRP is on their own database and can get away with that for the locals, but if they try it with CPIC eventually someone will complain and the RCMP will bring receipts to the trial.  You do not fark with CPIC access, because if anyone gets caught misusing it and isn't immediately thrown to the wolves, the RCMP will cut CPIC access to the entire police service.

For those services that don't have their own database, it's usually hosted by the OPP, and they're like the RCMP.  Yes, abuse happens, but upon being noticed the hammer comes down hard because failure to do that means you get cut out of the system.  They don't care about the abuse of authority, they care about the money they'd have to spend to build their own local system from scratch and then maintain it.

And of course a responsible person leaking about abuse to the press can result in punishment even for entirely in-house stuff, if it's salacious enough that it's not easily swept under the rug.
 
2022-06-30 9:53:55 AM  

TWX: Nana's Vibrator: TWX: Nirbo: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.

What else would you spend the money on once you have enough tanks?

People would probably be critical if they police started paying stock dividends.

That's right. I'm criticizing the cops for not having share holders. Come at me Fark.

Don't get me wrong, I'm actually in favor of law enforcement salaries being lucrative, so long as penalties for using one's position in law enforcement to break the law are severe.  I'm just surprised that he never saw promotion above patrolman, presuming that patrolman is a rank, rather than a type of role within the force.

I'm also surprised that TFA didn't doxx the victim.

There are articles out there - one identifies him as sergeant in 2016 and one at detective in 2021.

Hey.  Give me some credit.  I read this article.  Normally I don't even do that!


I went outside Fark only because I was half-expecting to find an article or chat board that has him using his badge and gun for bad purposes and making threats.

Now I'm wondering if his job as a detective grants him better access to more information than a day to day patrolman
 
2022-06-30 9:55:34 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: Skail: Nana's Vibrator: Ah.  Of course we're short on story here.  I'll make a guess:  She told him she loved him.  And with that, she got him to empty his bank accounts.  Then he found her and her family.  Then he flashed his badge.

Why are you reflexively blaming the victim, here, for instigating it?

That's an odd conclusion.  I was reflexively going to the sex worker playbook.  It's a cliché that points no blame.  Weirdo.


Just seems weird, to me.  From my perspective, dudes can get way too infatuated with a woman regardless of what she says.  Like, when a douchebag incel claims to be "friend zoned."  Usually there's no actual attempt to lead anyone on, it's just some assbag reading too deeply into friendliness or kindness.  Your mileage may vary.
 
2022-06-30 9:55:47 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: Now I'm wondering if his job as a detective grants him better access to more information than a day to day patrolman


Maybe / maybe not.  A cop on patrol can 'randomly' run hundreds of people or plates or addresses and it's just part of their beat.  A detective might have access to more databases, but inquiries not directly related to a case they're working on are more easily noticed.
 
TWX
2022-06-30 9:55:56 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: TWX: Nana's Vibrator: TWX: Nirbo: TWX: Seventeen years on the force, still only ranked patrolman, and making $112,658?  That's weird.

What's weirder is how they found his misbehavior, fired him, charged him, and convicted him in under a year.

What else would you spend the money on once you have enough tanks?

People would probably be critical if they police started paying stock dividends.

That's right. I'm criticizing the cops for not having share holders. Come at me Fark.

Don't get me wrong, I'm actually in favor of law enforcement salaries being lucrative, so long as penalties for using one's position in law enforcement to break the law are severe.  I'm just surprised that he never saw promotion above patrolman, presuming that patrolman is a rank, rather than a type of role within the force.

I'm also surprised that TFA didn't doxx the victim.

There are articles out there - one identifies him as sergeant in 2016 and one at detective in 2021.

Hey.  Give me some credit.  I read this article.  Normally I don't even do that!

I went outside Fark only because I was half-expecting to find an article or chat board that has him using his badge and gun for bad purposes and making threats.

Now I'm wondering if his job as a detective grants him better access to more information than a day to day patrolman


Probably.  I mean, even the information available to the department doesn't need to be available to everyone within the department.
 
2022-06-30 9:58:46 AM  

Unsung_Hero: For those services that don't have their own database, it's usually hosted by the OPP, and they're like the RCMP.


Ironic considering they're used to search for the OPP.
 
2022-06-30 10:01:08 AM  
Provisions of a police misconduct law in New Jersey mandate that Bohn lose his job and be permanently barred from public employment in New Jersey.

He can always come down to Florida and be a cop here.  DeSantis loves disgraced LEOs.  Then he can also be closer to his "love".
 
2022-06-30 10:01:33 AM  

Munden: Sounds like they not only put in place some nice auditable traceback software for operating their restricted database, but there's maybe even oversight to catch the abusers of the system like this one.  Either that or he pissed someone off and they knew alerting investigations to check it out would get him removed.


He went to the well a couple of times too often and got flagged.
 
2022-06-30 10:17:48 AM  

Unsung_Hero: A detective might have access to more databases, but inquiries not directly related to a case they're working on are more easily noticed.


And that seems to be what happened.  He knew it could happen so he opened and closed fake cases thinking he closed that loop.  But somebody caught it.
 
TWX
2022-06-30 10:20:18 AM  

Skail: Nana's Vibrator: Skail: Nana's Vibrator: Ah.  Of course we're short on story here.  I'll make a guess:  She told him she loved him.  And with that, she got him to empty his bank accounts.  Then he found her and her family.  Then he flashed his badge.

Why are you reflexively blaming the victim, here, for instigating it?

That's an odd conclusion.  I was reflexively going to the sex worker playbook.  It's a cliché that points no blame.  Weirdo.

Just seems weird, to me.  From my perspective, dudes can get way too infatuated with a woman regardless of what she says.  Like, when a douchebag incel claims to be "friend zoned."  Usually there's no actual attempt to lead anyone on, it's just some assbag reading too deeply into friendliness or kindness.  Your mileage may vary.


I actually have seen firsthand a couple of women that did lead men on in order to use them.  But it was incredibly, blatantly obvious and yet the guys still followed, even when it was pointed out to them that 1) they'd never gotten to fark, and 2) they'd been ignoring other interest from other ladies because when other ladies would come around the original object of desire would step up the leading-on game.

But these are definitely the exception.  And I'm basically of a mindset that when a woman isn't leading a man on (or choose genders as appropriate, I'm not judging, just contemplating most common situation) and she's made it clear that she's not interested, and he still doesn't go away, then why not use him?  If he's making a nuisance of himself then she may as well get something out of it.  Again, privisio that she's not leading him on.
 
TWX
2022-06-30 10:22:55 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: Unsung_Hero: A detective might have access to more databases, but inquiries not directly related to a case they're working on are more easily noticed.

And that seems to be what happened.  He knew it could happen so he opened and closed fake cases thinking he closed that loop.  But somebody caught it.


I can only assume that cases themselves are metrics, and cases that he is involved with that don't go anywhere are likely to be teased-out in statistics, if nothing else for workplace performance.  And cases that have a whole lot of records searches and still don't go anywhere but are only open for incredibly short periods of time should pop up easily on metrics evaluations.
 
2022-06-30 10:25:21 AM  
I think we are missing the bigger story, who were these women he stalked, and are they OK.

I am going to start a gofundme and if a few of you farkers step up and donate. I can use the money to subscribe to these ladies OnlyFans accounts. From there I will be able to check in on them multiple times a day and ensure they are OK.

What say you Farkers isn't it time you put your money towards a good cause ?
 
2022-06-30 10:26:20 AM  
"Provisions of a police misconduct law in New Jersey mandate that Bohn lose his job and be permanently barred from public employment in New Jersey."

I'm genuinely shocked.  I assumed he'd have to buy enough chunky monkey for the entire department.
 
2022-06-30 10:31:36 AM  

TWX: But these are definitely the exception.  And I'm basically of a mindset that when a woman isn't leading a man on (or choose genders as appropriate, I'm not judging, just contemplating most common situation) and she's made it clear that she's not interested, and he still doesn't go away, then why not use him?  If he's making a nuisance of himself then she may as well get something out of it.  Again, privisio that she's not leading him on.


I get what you're saying, but they'd have to weigh whatever potential benefit against the possibility that the guy/gal they're leading on is the type to get so obsessed that the authorities will find their body in six different counties.  I think, for most people, no amount of "gain" is worth the negatives that might come with stalking... though, as always, I could be wrong.
 
2022-06-30 10:40:00 AM  

Skail: TWX: But these are definitely the exception.  And I'm basically of a mindset that when a woman isn't leading a man on (or choose genders as appropriate, I'm not judging, just contemplating most common situation) and she's made it clear that she's not interested, and he still doesn't go away, then why not use him?  If he's making a nuisance of himself then she may as well get something out of it.  Again, privisio that she's not leading him on.

I get what you're saying, but they'd have to weigh whatever potential benefit against the possibility that the guy/gal they're leading on is the type to get so obsessed that the authorities will find their body in six different counties.  I think, for most people, no amount of "gain" is worth the negatives that might come with stalking... though, as always, I could be wrong.


This. There is a huge difference between playing into the fantasy and leading someone on to the point you are scattered across 6 different counties.
 
2022-06-30 10:43:19 AM  

Harry Freakstorm: But was it during
Regular hours?
Overtime hours?
His own time?

I'll bet a real cop can cyber stalk and bill time and a half.


More importantly: Was it using police resources?

/also, FryShocked.jpg
 
TWX
2022-06-30 11:00:37 AM  

Kitty2.0: Skail: TWX: But these are definitely the exception.  And I'm basically of a mindset that when a woman isn't leading a man on (or choose genders as appropriate, I'm not judging, just contemplating most common situation) and she's made it clear that she's not interested, and he still doesn't go away, then why not use him?  If he's making a nuisance of himself then she may as well get something out of it.  Again, privisio that she's not leading him on.

I get what you're saying, but they'd have to weigh whatever potential benefit against the possibility that the guy/gal they're leading on is the type to get so obsessed that the authorities will find their body in six different counties.  I think, for most people, no amount of "gain" is worth the negatives that might come with stalking... though, as always, I could be wrong.

This. There is a huge difference between playing into the fantasy and leading someone on to the point you are scattered across 6 different counties.


The most egregious example was a woman at work who was in her young twenties, who was leading on many guys at work, hanging out with them off-hours, etc.  I don't think that she had ever really faced truly negative consequences.  She was only recently pregnant when she was hired.  She basically walked all over her parents just like she walked all over the guys, and they were paying for so much for the kid and paying for the house she lived in.

So I don't think that she really had thought of the potential pitfalls.  Nothing truly bad had ever happened to her at that point.

Side note, first bit of consequences that I heard of, she'd actually picked a guy and was slated to be married, engaged with a date chosen etc.  He was loaded.  She was driving his Ford Raptor or his Corvette into work.  She apparently started cheating on him, and a friend of his (who was a coworker here, she met the beau at a party) managed get his hands on the letter that another guy had written to her, about being willing to leave his family for her, etc, and the cheating was revealed.  She ended up being dumped by the finacee and found out just after that she was pregnant with the cheater's baby.

So I guess she finally did get some comeuppance, but at the expense of two kids that have her as a mother.

/can you tell that I did not care for this person?
//doesn't like it when a secretary tries to shirk job duties
///and has no use for people who think that attractiveness means they can be otherwise abhorrent
 
2022-06-30 11:05:39 AM  

TWX: Kitty2.0: Skail: TWX: But these are definitely the exception.  And I'm basically of a mindset that when a woman isn't leading a man on (or choose genders as appropriate, I'm not judging, just contemplating most common situation) and she's made it clear that she's not interested, and he still doesn't go away, then why not use him?  If he's making a nuisance of himself then she may as well get something out of it.  Again, privisio that she's not leading him on.

I get what you're saying, but they'd have to weigh whatever potential benefit against the possibility that the guy/gal they're leading on is the type to get so obsessed that the authorities will find their body in six different counties.  I think, for most people, no amount of "gain" is worth the negatives that might come with stalking... though, as always, I could be wrong.

This. There is a huge difference between playing into the fantasy and leading someone on to the point you are scattered across 6 different counties.

The most egregious example was a woman at work who was in her young twenties, who was leading on many guys at work, hanging out with them off-hours, etc.  I don't think that she had ever really faced truly negative consequences.  She was only recently pregnant when she was hired.  She basically walked all over her parents just like she walked all over the guys, and they were paying for so much for the kid and paying for the house she lived in.

So I don't think that she really had thought of the potential pitfalls.  Nothing truly bad had ever happened to her at that point.

Side note, first bit of consequences that I heard of, she'd actually picked a guy and was slated to be married, engaged with a date chosen etc.  He was loaded.  She was driving his Ford Raptor or his Corvette into work.  She apparently started cheating on him, and a friend of his (who was a coworker here, she met the beau at a party) managed get his hands on the letter that another guy had written to her, about being willing to leave his family for her, etc, and the cheating was revealed.  She ended up being dumped by the finacee and found out just after that she was pregnant with the cheater's baby.

So I guess she finally did get some comeuppance, but at the expense of two kids that have her as a mother.

/can you tell that I did not care for this person?
//doesn't like it when a secretary tries to shirk job duties
///and has no use for people who think that attractiveness means they can be otherwise abhorrent


She sounds like a classic gold digger and a flake.

You'd probably not be surprised at the number of men who become enraged when they find out their favorite cam girl/OF girl is married/with someone. Like scorched earth enraged.
 
2022-06-30 11:12:07 AM  

Kitty2.0: TWX: Kitty2.0: Skail: TWX: But these are definitely the exception.  And I'm basically of a mindset that when a woman isn't leading a man on (or choose genders as appropriate, I'm not judging, just contemplating most common situation) and she's made it clear that she's not interested, and he still doesn't go away, then why not use him?  If he's making a nuisance of himself then she may as well get something out of it.  Again, privisio that she's not leading him on.

I get what you're saying, but they'd have to weigh whatever potential benefit against the possibility that the guy/gal they're leading on is the type to get so obsessed that the authorities will find their body in six different counties.  I think, for most people, no amount of "gain" is worth the negatives that might come with stalking... though, as always, I could be wrong.

This. There is a huge difference between playing into the fantasy and leading someone on to the point you are scattered across 6 different counties.

The most egregious example was a woman at work who was in her young twenties, who was leading on many guys at work, hanging out with them off-hours, etc.  I don't think that she had ever really faced truly negative consequences.  She was only recently pregnant when she was hired.  She basically walked all over her parents just like she walked all over the guys, and they were paying for so much for the kid and paying for the house she lived in.

So I don't think that she really had thought of the potential pitfalls.  Nothing truly bad had ever happened to her at that point.

Side note, first bit of consequences that I heard of, she'd actually picked a guy and was slated to be married, engaged with a date chosen etc.  He was loaded.  She was driving his Ford Raptor or his Corvette into work.  She apparently started cheating on him, and a friend of his (who was a coworker here, she met the beau at a party) managed get his hands on the letter that another guy had written to her, about being willing to leave his family for her, etc, and the cheating was revealed.  She ended up being dumped by the finacee and found out just after that she was pregnant with the cheater's baby.

So I guess she finally did get some comeuppance, but at the expense of two kids that have her as a mother.

/can you tell that I did not care for this person?
//doesn't like it when a secretary tries to shirk job duties
///and has no use for people who think that attractiveness means they can be otherwise abhorrent

She sounds like a classic gold digger and a flake.

You'd probably not be surprised at the number of men who become enraged when they find out their favorite cam girl/OF girl is married/with someone. Like scorched earth enraged.


It's cool that she's with someone. I'm just angry because I know she could do better!
*throws crust mouse*
 
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