Long Island Street Action

Discussion in 'Cheap Thrills' started by Escort_King, Sep 26, 2002.

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  1. jayadler631

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    I saw a nice looking latina sw in c.i. but she was gone fairly fast and couldnt track her down again. then saw a thin bsw, who after i passed up dissapeared, when i learned no more was to be found.
  2. texaco

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    I heard that the infamous Rachel was working Coram again, also heard she had "gone away for 45 days".
  3. RacerX495

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    Both bay shore and C I 7-11s have le parked across the street. Nothing really out at either location worth noting. C I has that white girl that speed walks and mumbles.
  4. ModernDayCowboy

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    It's quota time, and right around the corner from election day. LE presence is going to be high at all the spots for the next 10 days or so.
  5. jayadler631

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    Tonight C.I. had a few girls out, but also blatant L.E. as well.
  6. Slinky Bender

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    "she was on montauk hwy by the self serve car wash.....oh and she smelled of beer"

    Sounds like she should have used it.
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  7. nyonlooker

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    Well it seems as if bayshore is a bust nothing is out here :-(. I don't know where else to go check out
  8. nyonlooker

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    Here is a question I hope could be answered soon...where should I go and scout out for everybody tonight to give live updates Long Island and if so where or hunts point???
  9. RacerX495

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    "Thats a huge bitch....."
  10. joeyboy

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    short blond hair about 5'9'' big tits and kinda on the thick side.wearing jeans a black t-shirt and a jean jacket.never even got her name.she was on montauk hwy by the self serve car wash.....oh and she smelled of beer
  11. RacerX495

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    Can you give a description of what she looked like, body type, age and what she was wearing. In case any of us are in the Mastic area?
  12. joeyboy

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    Thanks guys...i did have my wallet in locked glove box.Plus there was a typo it was $14 not $4 lol but still guess i wasnt "prepared"
  13. genius

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    I keep my wallet (has no cash in it - just my license and AAA card), keys(ignition and house), pocket knife and phone in the bottom of my armrest - the armrest has a top tray in it that is under and lifts up with the armrest cover that has my tire gage and some loose change that will make a racket if the armrest is opened. I keep a 20 in my sun visor and another 5 tucked inside the little mirror in the visor in case I want to give a tip. My locked glovebox has my registration and insurance card. Anything else is in my locked trunk. I have a single ignition key in the ignition (a valet key - doesn't open trunk and glovebox) . I've had a girl once pull the key out of the ignition, jump out of the car and threaten to throw it down a storm drain if I didn't give her money. I just took the other key, opened the trunk, took out my softball bat and told her to kiss her knees goodbye if she didn't immediately toss the key to me. She said she will scream if I come near her. I said "Oh - you will be screaming alright when I get to you" - she tossed the key and ran away. I was bluffing of course - and she fell for it.

    I assume the girl will steal anything not secured - had one take my little penlight, so I make sure anything I want to keep is out of sight.

    This is the life of a street girl - I suggest you don't pick them up if you don't prepare for them.
  14. RacerX495

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    That is actually a very common method of getting robbed by street chicks. As your leaning back enjoying the motions, theyre going through your pants around your ankles haha. And being that the glove box is on their side of the car I wouldnt put cash in there either. I guess if you have the type of glove box you can lock with a key perhaps. I typically just go out with just the money I need for the act. Yet honestly, my phone would be a bigger loss to me. I usually put that inside the armrest, they typically lean on it as theyre leaning over to do the deed. Which makes it pretty difficult to try and steal it from me without me noticing. And second reason I keep it in there is god forbid you butt-dial someone during a session like this.

    On the other side, $4 isnt that bad to serve as a reminder to be more alert next time.
  15. joeyboy

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    was driving home from a friends house in Mastic after watching the football game.Saw a wsw walking along montauk hwy.I trured around to pick her up but not to seem to obvious i stopped in 7-11 to get a coffee.Then what i did was lock my wallet which had about $50-$60 in it in my glove box.i kept out a $20 (which i had in my left pants pocket ) and i had a #10 bill and some singles(prob like 5 or so in my right pocket).I pick her up and she rubbed jr. right as she got in...lol anyways we agree on $20 long story short after we are done(the deed itself wasnt anything great at all just wanted to bust).I drop her off an go on my way.I get home to get changed and the 10 and singles were gone ...that Bitch took the $$ out of my pants pocket!i guess as she was blowin my she used her hand to go into my pockets.Searched my car nothing! So basically the Bj cost me about #36.Its not the $4 that i am pissed about its the face that i have been doing this a while and i made a "rookie mistake".by leaving $4 in my pocket knowing they are roaming around while blowin me.Just wanted to share....still kinda pissed!
  16. RacerX495

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    I deff wouldnt step foot in her shit hole house. Just the brief interaction with the dealer by my car was enough. She was also mentioning that the guy was supposed to only stay for a few days there. Now they cant get him to leave and they've been fighting in the house etc etc....
  17. Banacek

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    Wow, from your narrative, I never would've guessed that. Good you cleared it up. Still, I think you can see how even being in the vicinity puts you in harm's way.
  18. RacerX495

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    Lets be clear, I never stepped foot in her house. I was parked on the side street outside in my own car. It just so happens the her brother and the drug dealer came out as I was waiting and got into their own car. I later asked her who they both were cause I didnt like the way the dealer looked over at my car. She mentioned her lover was inside, and had the same body type as her brother, but was a bit older.
  19. Banacek

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    This sounds like a disaster waiting to happen for any monger entering the premises. I would advise everyone to steer clear of this or any similar situation. There is a discussion on another thread cautioning hobbyists to be aware of surveillance cameras. IMHO, this is far more dangerous, because it places you and/or your property at risk.

    Drug addicts are notorious opportunists (see "Gone Girl" for a great example of this) and would not hesitate for a second to break into a car or take you out if they saw the potential for gain. I had two personal experiences where I was a victim of potential opportunity like this. One was the time I entered a provider's residence only to find out that it was more of a shooting gallery. After handing the provider my $20 (took place in the 90's, so this was standard fare for a SW BJ), the bitch bails on me and a guy comes in the room and tells me to get the fuck out of the place. Rather than get into a scuffle over a twenty, I hit the pavement and counted my blessings that it wasn't worse.

    The second time was when I took a provider to my place of business in the evening after work hours. The next morning, we discovered that overnight someone tried to pry open the adjoining door of our business. Luckily the Fox Police Lock prevented them from gaining access. Of course, the crime was never solved so I have no proof that it was committed by the provider and/or her accomplice. But it was just too coincidental to believe otherwise.
  20. Slinky Bender

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    The first time I read that....