Aug 7, 2017 - 08:09pm PT
Hi there gentleman I'm Shane I'm the bartender at that lovely little gentlemen's club you guys are talking about I know it looks kind of scary but you ever heard that saying don't judge a book by its cover well it's real and they mean that you should really come in and check us out sometime I'll be glad to serve you guys Wii are having a grand reopening this weekend from Friday to Saturday all weekend we will have $2 off all beers gonna be a good time would love to see some new faces at the Club I am the manager there and if you guys come in I'll give you guys a free beer with a paid cover charge if you just show me your guys's proof that you guys are from Super Taco and hope to see you guys there you have any questions you can always contact me at the business number from Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays and Saturday nights from 4 2 a.m. The number there is 209-984-1600 and my personal line is 209-916-5595 and if you want I'll be glad to fill you guys in on my beautiful girl because if you wouldn't believe it or not you would see that we have the best looking girls from here to San Francisco and also from nevada i even here that the girls in Stockton are not nearly anywhere as good looking as my girls
Hey Shane, thanks for opening up the dialog here!
I would really like to understand what is the lay of the land in terms of well adjusted ladies doing what they like to make money from the dudes willing to pay it, versus the whole human trafficking thing. And are there degrees in between of people who don't really want to be doing that job but they need the money badly enough that they do it anyways?
I don't know enough to know what I do and don't know here, don't want to make assumptions, and I think that your sharing here might be a unique opportunity for us to hear a relevant perspective.
The place has been like a fixed beacon for the whole of my 30+ years of climbing in the Sierra. Never once went in the place, always seemed too sketchy in the sad way for me to venture in. I find such places really depressing.
But the landmark itself is, well, was, etched into my climbing life.
It's The Way, however. Nothing is permanent. An entire climbing area where I once learned to climb fell to the Quarryman, too. Just gone.
I mean, the directions were: take the next right after the Winking Lantern and follow the signs to Valhalla...