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  1. #9209

    Joyce Of Laurel

    Is back in circulation. She wants everyone to know.

    You can PM me if you're into Milfs . No Zero Posters !
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  2. #9208

    Mya posted better Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by BlindSandal  [View Original Post]
    Guys,

    Stiff and I had the pleasure to dream a sweet hh with Mya. Those are indeed her photos. She is clean and I did not smell any smoke. She is sharing a messy room with another lady in pink who can be seen in her Ad. She made the effort to make sure Stiff and the boys had a good time. I found her pleasant and easy to converse with once she got over her initial wariness.

    610-422-7396 phone.

    http://baltimore.backpage.com/Female...-play/14373167

    http://backpage.com.baltimore.hoxnif.com/post/16899492/

    Catch Mya while you can, hanging w Mya sure beats going to church.

    BS.
    Guys,

    Mya posted better photos.

    BS.
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  3. #9207
    Quote Originally Posted by Rockman2000  [View Original Post]
    Anyone know about this one? Look way too good to be true. I.

    http://baltimore.backpage.com/BodyRu...-best/14331158
    I think she is.

    https://*******.com/molls/mixes/summer-189152

  4. #9206

    I wouldn't

    Quote Originally Posted by GoDevils  [View Original Post]
    Anyone seen her? She also have a roommate Trixy. Heading to Baltimore area and curious.
    Waste of time and money.

  5. #9205
    Quote Originally Posted by JazzMan29  [View Original Post]
    She has posted under the name of Kate in the past. Reviews are varied on the other site. I will be TOFTT and report back.
    Anyone seen her? She also have a roommate Trixy. Heading to Baltimore area and curious.

  6. #9204

    Tgtbt?

    Anyone know about this one? Look way too good to be true. I.

    http://baltimore.backpage.com/BodyRu...-best/14331158

  7. #9203

    This is a good place

    Quote Originally Posted by SurfingforFun  [View Original Post]
    While this current discussion is interesting, can we get a new forum to discuss legal ins and outs vs the ol' in-and-out we are looking for on BP? .
    If Admin wants to move the discussion, he can. Right now though the discussions are minimal and just serve as occasional reminders. Something everyone needs from time to time. Guys ask a question, it gets some answers and then they are there for everyone to review.

    A legal discussion board would likely only have a few posts and not everyone would read it. The way it is now, the info gets to the mongers who need it at the moment.

    Same goes for the SW forum. Guys have a worry, ask a question, get some answers and then move on.

    It's a good system. I see no need for change.

  8. #9202

    Legal forum

    While this current discussion is interesting, can we get a new forum to discuss legal ins and outs vs the ol' in-and-out we are looking for on BP? .

  9. #9201

    Jessica

    Saw her last year, met outside her place, not the ritz-Carlton, but not horrible. Had a good time with her for not a lot of coin.

    Haven't repeated, but would.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jge096  [View Original Post]
    http://www.asexyservice.com/baltimor...KBAacdk_9ezn9/

    Any recent intel on this one? Read a few reiews on The othER site but some turned me off from taking the plunge. Feel free to PM experiences.

  10. #9200
    That's fucked up. At times I feel like LE have too much power in this country.

  11. #9199
    Quote Originally Posted by NoNamed  [View Original Post]
    Since when is a therapeutic massage a crime? If there is zero mention of anything sexual, and I legitimately need a good massage, I don't see the crime for showing up for one.
    That's the whole point. It is NOT a crime, but if it's a police sting, they will arrest and charge you ANYWAY. Then it's up to you and your attorney to either get the charge dismissed or get acquitted at trial. You might well get off, but it can be a long, expensive road, and there's every opportunity for something to go horribly wrong. For example, you might not have said anything incriminating, but the arresting officer might LIE and say that you did. You will be convicted 100% of the time in such case. Even if the officer does not lie, there's a good possibility that the judge will not dismiss the charge despite the lack of evidence. Then you're headed to trial. Do you want a jury trial? That can be very expensive, and there's no guarantee you'll be acquitted. On the other hand, you opt for a bench trial? It can be quicker and cheaper, but judges convict people all the time without sufficient evidence. Once convicted, you're stuck behind the 8-ball trying to get the conviction overturned on appeal -- a long, expensive proposition. In the meantime, your wife (if you have one) might file for divorce and you could lose your job. Even if the charge gets dismissed, you're acquitted, or if your conviction is overturned on appeal, you're stuck for the rest of your life with an arrest record. You'll have to acknowledge and explain it every time you apply for a job or for a government clearance, and it could very well limit your professional prospects. Conviction or no, the damage could be extreme.

    Here's an example of why you should take every precaution to avoid any run-ins with the criminal justice system. A professional acquaintance of mine, who was under 30 at the time and who had no prior arrests and a spotless reputation, was once charged with a bogus DUI in New Jersey. He smelled of liquor because someone spilled a drink on him shortly before he decided to drive home, but he had only consumed one beer that evening. He was given a field sobriety test which he said he passed, but the officer arrested and charged him anyway. He was given neither a breathalyzer nor a blood alcohol test, despite him insisting on having one or the other. Being very late at the time of his arrest, he had to spend the night in the drunk tank, and his car was impounded. In the morning, he bonded out. Then he had to pay a towing and impound fee to get his car back. He then got an attorney to represent him, so he wrote a check for a $5,000.00 retainer. At his bench trial, the officer claimed that he failed the field sobriety test, for which there was no dash-cam or other video. The judge then offered my acquaintance an opportunity to change his plea from not guilty to guilty, rather than be convicted, explaining that his sentence would be MUCH more lenient were he to plead guilty and accept responsibility. The judge further explained that he would stand a good chance of having his conviction overturned on appeal, but he would be appealing from a jail cell. My acquaintance's attorney was outraged, but ultimately advised that the best course of action would be to plead guilty. Otherwise, an appeal would entail an additional retainer of $20,000. 00, but there was no absolute guarantee of success. In the end, he took the plea, paid a $1,000.00 fine, and had to complete an AA program. Aside from the $6,000.00 in legal fees and fines, he paid thousands more in higher insurance premiums for years thereafter. He also had to report the incident to his employer, since he did work on classified Government contracts. Though he avoided losing his clearance / job, he has had to periodically revisit his DUI every time he changed jobs or had his clearance up for review over the 25 years since it happened. For those who have anything to lose, an arrest -- even a bogus one -- can cost you dearly.

  12. #9198
    Quote Originally Posted by NoNamed  [View Original Post]
    Since when is a therapeutic massage a crime? If there is zero mention of anything sexual, and I legitimately need a good massage, I don't see the crime for showing up for one.
    That's the whole point. It is NOT a crime, but if it's a police sting, they will arrest and charge you ANYWAY. Then it's up to you and your attorney to either get the charge dismissed or get acquitted at trial. You might well get off, but it can be a long, expensive road, and there's every opportunity for something to go horribly wrong. For example, you might not have said anything incriminating, but the arresting officer might LIE and say that you did. You will be convicted 100% of the time in such case. Even if the officer does not lie, there's a good possibility that the judge will not dismiss the charge despite the lack of evidence. Then you're headed to trial. Do you want a jury trial? That can be very expensive, and there's no guarantee you'll be acquitted. On the other hand, you opt for a bench trial? It can be quicker and cheaper, but judges convict people all the time without sufficient evidence. Once convicted, you're stuck behind the 8-ball trying to get the conviction overturned on appeal -- a long, expensive proposition. In the meantime, your wife (if you have one) might file for divorce and you could lose your job. Even if the charge gets dismissed, you're acquitted, or if your conviction is overturned on appeal, you're stuck for the rest of your life with an arrest record. You'll have to acknowledge and explain it every time you apply for a job or for a government clearance, and it could very well limit your professional prospects. Conviction or no, the damage could be extreme.

    Here's an example of why you should take every precaution to avoid any run-ins with the criminal justice system. A professional acquaintance of mine, who was under 30 at the time and who had no prior arrests and a spotless reputation, was once charged with a bogus DUI in New Jersey. He smelled of liquor because someone spilled a drink on him shortly before he decided to drive home, but he had only consumed one beer that evening. He was given a field sobriety test which he said he passed, but the officer arrested and charged him anyway. He was given neither a breathalyzer nor a blood alcohol test, despite him insisting on having one or the other. Being very late at the time of his arrest, he had to spend the night in the drunk tank, and his car was impounded. In the morning, he bonded out. Then he had to pay a towing and impound fee to get his car back. He then got an attorney to represent him, so he wrote a check for a $5,000.00 retainer. At his bench trial, the officer claimed that he failed the field sobriety test, for which there was no dash-cam or other video. The judge then offered my acquaintance an opportunity to change his plea from not guilty to guilty, rather than be convicted, explaining that his sentence would be MUCH more lenient were he to plead guilty and accept responsibility. The judge further explained that he would stand a good chance of having his conviction overturned on appeal, but he would be appealing from a jail cell. My acquaintance's attorney was outraged, but ultimately advised that the best course of action would be to plead guilty. Otherwise, an appeal would entail an additional retainer of $20,000. 00, but there was no absolute guarantee of success. In the end, he took the plea, paid a $1,000.00 fine, and had to complete an AA program. Aside from the $6,000.00 in legal fees and fines, he paid thousands more in higher insurance premiums for years thereafter. He also had to report the incident to his employer, since he did work on classified Government contracts. Though he avoided losing his clearance / job, he has had to periodically revisit his DUI every time he changed jobs or had his clearance up for review over the 25 years since it happened. For those who have anything to lose, an arrest -- even a bogus one -- can cost you dearly.

  13. #9197
    Quote Originally Posted by Horsetrader  [View Original Post]
    I only answer massage and body rub ads. I don't answer escort ads unless they specify massage. I always ask for massage in telephone calls and text messages. When I get there I make sure I get a crappy massage before anything more fun happens. Although I may touch her leg, I make sure she initiates sexual contact. I never discuss money until she has made substantial sexual contact with me. I don't think ULE is going to play with my unit.

    There have been multiple times when I've left after only a massage and $10 tip. Perhaps more bravery on my part would have either gotten me laid or locked up.

    I doubt police arrest many people when they answer a massage ad and make no sexual advances. The courts would throw such a case out. Too many such cases and the police would be reprimanded.
    Yeah. I sat in a holding cell with someone else who got pinched in a sting. All he was there for was a massage. I don't remember how his case turned out, but I heard his wife screaming through the phone from 20 feet away when he called her from the holding cell. For a lot of people, it isn't about what you get charged or convicted of, its that you were simply arrested for it that fucks your world. And the po po has plenty of room for you to sit and waste an evening or more of your time in and then they throw the case out. You spend an evening in jail but the waves go way further than that.

    BQ22.

  14. #9196

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by DCHung  [View Original Post]
    The number shows no results but the picture shows multiple uses with different names numbers and regions.
    So a high probability of a scam of some sort. Thanks for the intel.

    LTD.

  15. #9195

    Jessica in Rosedale

    http://www.asexyservice.com/baltimor...KBAacdk_9ezn9/

    Any recent intel on this one? Read a few reiews on The othER site but some turned me off from taking the plunge. Feel free to PM experiences.

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