Remember when.....

Discussion in 'Cheap Thrills' started by JIMYDR, Jan 23, 2006.

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  1. EddyBearNY

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    Just remembered, store front houses - Spartigas Spa 36 st Tiahti forgot the address, walk in pick a girl and enjoy!
  2. theo1

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    Folks,
    Rudy got his one way or another, Bloomberg is getting his, and that POS in DC is getting his as well. At the same time you and I are GETTING OURS!

    Hey, I didn't vote for any of these pricks; I hope you didn't either!
  3. EddyBearNY

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    How about the those clubs that would advertise in the New York Post. Adam and Eve, and alike. All had CR rooms. Nice young hot, just turned legal white bread sluts.
  4. Bayboy

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    ah yes

    I remember when you answered an ad for a massage place and the quote
    was " $40. for 40 minutes, and this includes anything you want for as many
    times as you want" ...actually they expected a $10 tip for 2nd and 3rd cups...
    and the girls were english speaking american dolls......before you say it,
    I am only in my 50's.............those were the days.....
  5. RoosterC74

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    EBear-
    You posted-"Lex and Park in the 20's had more S/W's then Taxi cabs".

    Yes-those were the days. Cheap, good, and nice looking.
  6. EddyBearNY

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    I have not seen our taxes go down, in fact they have gone up!!! The renovation of times square was a real estate deal.

    Part one is that Rudy did not want prime real estate being owned/controled by seeded characters (many mob).

    Part two is that he could give this prime real estate away to all his coperate boys who helped put him and other Rep in power. Giving them all sweet deals and tax breaks.

    Show World alone had over 2000 visits a day. All the porn business's paid there taxes, properly more then these corporations. Who received and continue to receive sweet tax breaks for opening up -- and when all is set and done, make huge profits for the CEO's and hand out huge political contributions. The regular people see nothing.

    And how about all the people they employed? This is America, are the "low Life's" not entitled to work. New York has enough family tourism, they should have left Times Square alone, but Rudy had to pay back all the CEO's who put him into power.

    Amsterdam's main source of tourism is there Red Light District. Can we forget the back drop of so many movies that Times Square was a host to? Taxi Driver comes to my mind at once.

    How about your mother works at 42nd Street? Times Square was a legendary tourist attraction and created tremendous revenue, taxes and jobs for our City. Not to forget about the best cheap thrill in the world!

    Now instead of making money from the New Times Square, we are all supporting the mega rich corporations of this country.
  7. ironman82

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    As a fellow monger I wouls have to agree with the above posts but as a tax payer I would have to say Times Square and NYC are both better off with the way it is now
  8. EddyBearNY

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    May not be as long as you think.

    Show world never sold out. They are half adult books and peeps, and a comedy club.. They are not selling out, just waiting for the cycle to come around. In its day Show World had 2 -4 thousand men per day!!! Can you imagine the $$$ they made. When the time is right they will open back up in full force.

    The good news is Pataki is out soon, and the chances are very very good that a Dem will take power. The Rep party are going to loss lots of seats in the NY State Senate and Assembly. Hilary will be re-elected.

    The Rep party in NY is lossing all its steam and is falling apart. I am sure that when that when Bloomy is out (o lord we have 4 years) the Dem will have the city again. The Dem party is growing strong again. NYC has always been a liberal town.

    We just have to sit tight and wait. With any luck Al Sharpton will get the mayors seat. WOW - Will the city be back to it's glory days!!!
  9. EddyBearNY

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    Remember when...

    Lex and Park in the 20's had more S/W's then Taxi cabs.
  10. rollingstoned

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    I remember when about 10 years ago when you could go to Times Square in the peep shows for a few bucks and play around with some pus, and if you gave her 10, you could get a Hj through the booth window. I also remeber when you could find a 6 or 7 (extremely rare) down by 11th and 3rd that was not on smack or crack.
  11. RoosterC74

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    Yes, I can remember, although in regards to me it was more than 10 years ago. Closer to 20 plus years ago.
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  13. geoffsri

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    Yes we all blame Guilani for the "clean streets" in NYC but what about NJ, Conn. and for that matter all the other states. There has been a significant reduction in SW activity everywhere. Maybe they are hanging out in other places ???.
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2006
  14. thrasherp

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    Ah, the good ole days! I remember all of that, including Times Square when you could be in a booth with a pretty hot whore and get FS for $50. Also all the Mardi Gras and live show places, where while one dancer was on stage, the others would rome the audience, offering a trip to a back room where you could get, again, FS or even 1/2 & 1/2 for $50 with a surprisingly good looking whore.

    IMHO, besides the political climate, it's mostly about the economy. While middle-level management has been nearly destroyed by Bill Gates & Co., low-level jobs that can be filled by uneducated workers for something just above minimum wage are everywhere. Except for crack whores and junkies, most girls can live on these meager wage jobs and don't have to sell their pussies. A severe economic downturn in NYC could help this situation a lot, but then, we'd all have less to spend on whores anyway.

    Politically, we're still in full Rudi Guiliani mode. Until New Yorkers elect more Dinkins' or Rockafellas or Abe Beams, "clean streets everywhere" will be the results of all the "qualilty of life" initiatives. A nice moon-pie liberal mayor would be very helpful - more welfare, no tax breaks for corporations, they'd ruin the city financially. Then the NYPD cutbacks start (not layoffs, just budget cuts and hiring freezes). Then "quality of life" issues will take a back seat once again to violent crime. We may have to wait until Mikey drops dead before that happens, though! :(
  15. billyS

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    Yeah, like crabs jumping around pubes. (True story....Les Girls circa 1977)
  16. Rokin

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    At one of the peepshows many years ago, an amazingly hot black performer asked me to do a sex show with her. I met her in Washington Square park. I was pretty broke and didn't have the bucks to take her to a motel and I didn't have the guts to do a sex show with her. She had one hell of a body and face. Those were the days.
  17. Rokin

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    Remember When
    the peepshows were a quarter, you got a handful of pussy for a dollar and they even had live sex shows where for a quarter you could watch some wild stuff up close.
  18. numnutz

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    Absolutely !!!!1
    In the mid 80's those 5 or 6 blocks around the west side highway was a supermarket of Pussy, all ethnicies, shapes and sizes.
    The Good Old Days.................
  19. letsgetstarted

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    Years before where the Javits center sits. There would be 20 girls on a block.
  20. geoffsri

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    I guess I am much older than you. I remember the time when in NYC and Newark you could get BJ for $10 and FS for $20. Those prices are gone but unfortunately so are the girls. They are so difficult to find at any price, anywhere.