Be Careful at Hotels and Motels

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  1. tooma

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    Re: Re: Be Careful at Hotels and Motels

    Just passing along info I know to be accurate. Not BS, not ficticious, but 100% accurate. Thanks for the concern but no vacation on the horizon for me.
  2. teeduke

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    Yeah, right. And the sky is falling, too. Sounds like you could use a vacation from hobbying for awhile.
  3. BigMadM

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    My first encounter with cute little pussycats. about 2 years ago. I book skye, for 3 hours.'She comes to holiday inn at kennedy.
    They refuse to let her go upstairs and call my room. I was a little embarrassed but I got dressed and went down and just said skye, come on up,...shes with me fellas....didnt care what the hotel clerks thought.
    The nite began with a bargaining session. I told her I want everything a man could dream of sexually with her, and I wanted it all for 4 hours. The 3 hours fee with agency was525..175 first 125 each additional,I told her Id add on 300 for it all. made the fee 850at the end. And I got more than I ever expected.'
    I never fisted a girl in the ass until that nite.
    She use her vibrator so much on her clit and my balls, I think I came 20 times. Anal was so hot until she finally couldnt take anymore....april called on phone and tried to end session...i wasnt letting this girl go...she finally left an hour late and was real late for th ebachelor party she had in westchester.....she got fired that nightl......man,,,,,,best piece of ass a man could ever find

    sorry for rambling on....Big A is kicking in.....
  4. drew_park

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    I have NEVER had a problem with Tampa area hotels.

    But here is a similar sticking point. In my business travels, many hotels require a keycard to use the elevator. Sooo, in those cases you have to meet your date in the lobby or in the parking lot and escort her up to your room.

    I have seen the eyebrows raised look of some clerks when some babe - - obviously an escort - - comes strolling in in halter top, hotpants, miniskirt... And then you have to deal with the sometimes sensitive "introductions". "Excure me, are YOU Candy?" "Yeah, are YOU Drew?" "Yep, let's go upstairs...."

    When I have indulged I always ask the girl to dress conservatively and I usually try to meet them outside. That way the entrance is casual and it looks like were on a bonafide date or even a real couple...

    Drew. Tampa FL
  5. SkellyChamp

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    Because the intentional acts are happening with more frequency.
  6. Wwanderer

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    I don't think we disagree about anything very substantive here, maybe all just semantics...though I don't see why we ought to worry more about intentional acts than accidents, insanity, escalation etc. Risk is risk in my book. But anyway, I hope the chance of terrorist attacks soon seem as remote as that of nuclear war with the Russians. Then it will all truly be a moot point.

    -Ww
  7. jack sprat

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    saw a funny scene on park ave last week. there was a beat up honda and a big mercedes illegally parked next to each other. along comes the tow truck and starts to hook up the honda. the passers-by start booing and hassling the tow truck operator until he finally takes the mercedes instead of the honda.

    that one in a row for the common man.
  8. Bill Furniture

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    Getting towed sucks!
  9. betty_snj

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    BMM I used your reference of police trolling parking lots to make my point, not the fact you paid 500 bucks to get her car released.
    I know some places are very tough when it comes to hassle people for little things, like parking a minute above the allowed time.
    Happened to me in NYC years ago when I went to the East Upper Side to pick up few things in a store.
    My meter expired and when I got outside my car was gone! I remember going to the garage on 9th avenue and pay an arm and a leg to get back.
    If happens around here, I just find a ticket on my windshield.
  10. BigMadM

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    so betty, are you telling me I didnt pay the fucking sheriff almost 500 bucks to release her car? You dont think I know cops patrol parking lots as part of their patrol?
    My only point was that there are reasons they drive around parking lots, and its not always just to check on the action.
  11. betty_snj

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    cops troll parking lots because it's part of their duty.
    Once, I booked in a hotel with a big convention center.
    I had 3 appointments there and when I arrived in the morning the parking lot and surrounded area was full with police regular and unmarked cars.
    I thought, ohhh shit, here goes my day! But, I kept my cool, and when I was struggling with my luggage, couple nice policemen came to my rescue.
    They walked me to the elevator chatting with me. I found out they use the place for their trainning and conventions.
    I called my dates and warned, just in case...but they didn't have problems with the police presence and my day was like any other.
    If you act like you belong to the place, in a discreet way avoiding been with clients around the lobby or restaurants
    and you're not loudly advertising what you do in the way you dress or keep you schedule at your room, there will never be a problem.
    I found out that the best way to keep your thing under the wraps is to be VERY nice to the housekeeping staff.
    I know all the maids...I treat them well with big tips soon I arrive. It pays back on the quality of services you get from them (tons of towels and sheets) and they will never rat on you to the management. They're the only ones who actually see whats going on in the hallways.

    One thing that always make me wonder is how people can keep these gangbang parties under control, with a bunch of guys using the same room at once, without having the management knock on the door to find out what's going on.

    I think Hotels needs to make money like any other business and they will not care about what you do in the privacy of your room, if you're not bothering another guests.
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  12. SkellyChamp

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    Ww

    You can separate my statement into 2&3 like you did without changing the thrust of my point. It was not meant to understate that nuclear action and reaction would cause more damage then a terrorist attack. But that becasue of the Russians understanding/fear whatever of the cost they would have to pay also that the liklihood of them doing something was in reality less than a fanatical terrorist doing something. And I am talking about intentional acts not accidents or insanity or even the avoidable escalation of a smaller conflict. Those obviously were risks but not the point I was making.
  13. billyS

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    And you guys couldn't say hi?
  14. BigMadM

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    Police and sheriff cars often troll airport parking lots and hotel, sports arena, and shopping center parking lots. They nail alot of scofflaws like that. I know. A provider once picked me up at Laguardia and her car had a yellow wheel lock on it. The tow trucks were about to tow her. I had to pay the sheriff 460 bucks on the spot. (I ran into terminal to get police because I thought it was some kind of scam.)
    Her ex husband ran up all those tickets and never paid when he walked out. Oh well.
    I asked the sheriff how they found it.....he said they drive around parking lots and check plates.
    Just thought Id offer one reason cops troll parking lots.
  15. *********

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    Oh that was me & JL, he don't like nobody visiting his bitches silly Billy boy.
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  16. Wwanderer

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    Re: Re: Not even close to the same level of threat

    1 - I totally disagree, but I think it is wonderful that we survived the Cold War/MAD era and can now debate it as an academic point, whoever is right.

    2 - Wow, talk about understatement, a strategic nuclear exchange with the Soviet Union would compare to even some of the most extreme scenarios for a terrorist attack like, say, comparing crashing a jetliner into a skyscraper with crashing a motorcycle into a phone booth. They are not even close in orders of magnitude. As a result, the probability of a terrorist attack has to be enormously larger than a major nuclear war was, back then, for the risks to be comparable.

    3) You are surely correct that the Soviets were much less likely than al Qaeda to carefully and deliberately plan and carry out a surprise attack, due to the fear of retaliation. But those weapons existed, armed, aimed and ready to fly. Hugely dangerous. Accidental war was possible; we came frighteningly close a few times according to some accounts. Also, at some points in the technological race, there were tremendously unstable "use them or lose them" situations in which one side had (or was believed to have) the capability of destroying the other side's missles on the ground if it could get in the first blow; this meant that a leader might feel compelled to use his missles if he merely thought that the other side was attacking or was about to attack. And, of course, an "insane" or suicidal Soviet government could have come into power. Beyond those scenarios, probably the most likely way a major nuclear war could have started was by gradual escalation of a smaller one. In fact, it was formally stated NATO policy that tactical nuclear weapons would be used to defend Western Europe if conventional means failed, and it was formally stated Warsaw Pact military doctrine that they would make no distinction between tactical and strategic nuclear weapons once the nuclear threshold was crossed. Do you really think the risk was "all in our minds"? It indeed probably was smaller than that of another major terrorist attack, but maybe not all that much smaller.

    4 - There may be zero danger from WMD attacks, because the terrorist may simply not have any such weapons available to use. For anything much beyond the scale of the 9/11 attacks (which, as bad as it was, killed only the equivalent of a few weeks worth of traffic accidents), the threat is hypothetical; it might indeed be "more in our minds (or media/government) than in reality".

    -Ww
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  17. Jarhead

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    spot checks

    I do not know what towns you folks are using but I do know that in Parsippany and Pinebrook, NJ it was protocol for the the police to do random spot checks on license plate numbers in the MOTEl parking lots. I remember reading it in the paper and it had followed a professional hit that was done at a Holiday Inn or a HJoe's on 46 in Parsippany a couple of years ago and they had leads on the hit because of the random license plate logs. I think they also use it for stolen cars checks, etc. I don't know about the bigger hotels but I distinctly remember reading it. Seems like an overwhelmingly, time consuming task to me unless they get a tip from the motel/hotel.

    Jarhead
  18. billyS

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    After dropping off some breakfast to Kimmie this morning I noticed two guys in the parking lot talking by a truck. AS I came out of the elavator I was in there sight line and they started staring at me as if they were waiting for me to come down. I had noticed them sitting in the truck as I passed it on my way in. As I approached them they stopped their conversation and just starred me down. As I got into my car their eyes followed me as I drove off. What the fuck was up with that?
  19. buddyyy

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    I don't think the problem is mankind - just with the things we do.
  20. Thorn

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    That would simply raise us to the level of an extraterrestrial fungus.