Landlords Are Reportedly Asking Broke Tenants To 'Pay' Rent With Sex

Discussion in 'Men's Economics' started by master.on, Apr 22, 2020.

  1. Demondosage

    Demondosage Member

    Nothing worse than a soyboy who tries using the beard to cover up his estrogen filled face, and these fuckers are everywhere now. Skinny jeans, beer gut, craft beer drinking bearded bitches trying to hide under the beard.
     
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  2. Villain

    Villain Member

    Kills me how they try to be masculine yet are such pansies. Wearing flannel like a real man, but underneath is just a little pussy. Hipsters need to die. And don’t get me started on their tats and how they have made tats the symbol of a wussy pile of shit instead of a sign of a genuine badass.
     
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  3. JasonJessie

    JasonJessie Member

    The reason we protested back in the 70's and 80's and 90's my generation is because we didn't have the surveillance state we have today. None of us even thought about joining into a protest and doing what we wanted, but today there's cameras everywhere, and there's been thousands of laws added that if you break them you're given a record that will effect your employment.

    As they created more laws to cage people in, more and more of these expressions disappeared. If I apply for a job, the first thing my employer will do is extensive background check, if I have even one blemish on my record, something as simple as a traffic infraction for not wearing your seat belt they'll toss you. So considering if you went to college and spent money and time getting a degree it's natural to hesitate when LE can destroy all your hard work over bullshit.

    Back in the 60's, you could get away with all sorts of shit, you could probably murder someone and they'd never catch you, no DNA, no cameras watching. Serial Murders ran strong in this country until the mid 90's when DNA testing rapidly shut that down.

    You live in a police state, what my dad did in the 50's and 60's would never fly today. He used to saddle up in the bar when he was 12 and get drunk. Where's that happening these days? If someone let that happen they'd lose their license and probably go to jail.
     
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  4. Villain

    Villain Member

    Damn, retired your other handle already?
     
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  5. Demondosage

    Demondosage Member

    It was better when there were no cameras, motherfuckers thought twice before smarting off to someone
     
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  6. Fuck outta here with this bullshit.
     
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  7. Demondosage

    Demondosage Member

    You know what most protesters all have in common? They're broke and not working, it's like a rebirth of the hippie generation lately. Everyone with a picket sign is political as hell but broker than shit!
     
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  8. JasonJessie

    JasonJessie Member

    If you work in the medical field I can assure you corporate policies are written in stone, supervisors have no leeway when it comes to hiring anyone with any record. I had a friend that I worked with that was hired with me back in the early 90's, recently when he had to find a new job they dug up his record from when he was 18, he had to get a lawyer and get it wiped from his record. It's bullshit. Just like minimum sentencing laws, it doesn't afford the judge any flexibility, it's like we've turned off our brains and become an algorithm with flow chart leading to Yes/No, Pass/No Pass, binary ways of thinking that are all fucked up.
    And the seatbelt thing is no bullshit, my former employer made us sign a document we would always wear our seatbelt as part of being safe for insurance purposes and to follow the laws so we represent the hospital in such a way to the public. I watched a really good pathologist I worked with for two decades get fired for getting a DUI, so they didn't fuck around.
     
  9. That's different. The company implemented that as a safety policy, most likely to cover their asses in the event that you screw up.

    You made it sound like someone that applies for some bullshit job will be excluded because they got caught without a seatbelt once in their lives. Two totally different scenarios.
     
  10. JasonJessie

    JasonJessie Member

    There have been violent protests in the past, but the citizens are brainwashed to respect authority. Take the LA Riots, instead of these people going to LA Police Stations well armed to dish out some deserved justice, they instead burned their own communities to the ground, looting and killing their own people.

    As for kids protesting, most of them lack courage to walk away from a system that is clearly broken. They want a system, but they don't want to pay for it and I don't blame them, but they really need to have the courage to go all the way and just walk off and make do with less. These kids are looking around for someone to have the courage to step off the crazy train of consumerism and just live a more relaxed less neurotic life, there's just not anyone doing this in mass and so like always people are afraid to stick out.

    There's certainly more to life than just going to work 60hrs a week to piss your life away so you can buy shit that you really don't need. Most of this consumerism is probably driven by women that need everything just so. If it were nothing but men living on this planet you'd see something that looked like road warrior, functional, but not asthetic at all and with it a collapse of the advertising industry that is the true driver of this country.
     
  11. Old

    Old Member

    Odd how the cameras have works both ways. Mostly the voyeurs and exhibitionist like them. Even so, there are not enough cameras for these folks so they invented 'blogs'.

    Can one imagine combing through trillions of hours of surveillance footage? Gotta be the most mind numbing, boring job. They try to program computers to do it then 'flag' stuff. If [when] they watch my house, even the computers would go into a coma. But then poking around MESO ... red flag?
     
  12. master.on

    master.on Member

    Totally agree
    It doesn't make economic sense unless the landlord bangs the tenant at least once every week.

    Supposing a low $1,000 rent
    You can get a top 9/10 or even 10/10 callgirl for $500 these days.
    Even banging her weekly gets old after a while.
    When you get fed up with the same girl, you can call some other one, but they'd be stuck with the same girl for the whole 2 years+ that this will last.

    Now on the other hand, finding good tenants with stable jobs gets harder and harder.
    I believe most landlords will be able to at least delay mortgage payments, or even get them taken out.
    So many would rather to have sex every week, if the tenants are not paying rent these days, and most aren't.
     
  13. Sp2.0

    Sp2.0 Member

    The scene from the movie kingpin with woody Harrelson comes to mind.
     
  14. flenser

    flenser Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    So... I fucked my landlord twice a week in college, and she never gave me a discount. If I had known there was money involved, I could have upped it to three times a week and had extra money for beer.

    The things people today think are wrong with the world baffle me sometimes. Sex is a commodity, always has been, and always will be. It's only when capitalism gives way to authoritarianism that getting fucked stops being a choice.
     
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  15. Old

    Old Member

    There is always Nevada.

    With all the free sex available these days, it's a wonder prostitution still thrives. Perhaps it is about buying 'control' rather than sex.
     
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  16. master.on

    master.on Member

    I read that most NV brothels are actually laundering money for a fee.

    Prostitution itself doesn't even even pay the brothel bills.
    There's just too much competition around, some for free.
     
  17. Joe Morgan

    Joe Morgan Member

    I don’t see a problem with a tenant and landlord exchanging sex for rent. if that’s what two consenting adults agree on.
     
  18. Demondosage

    Demondosage Member

    I'm sure most of these landlords are slum lords who are trying to take advantage of some innocent meth head. I mean there is nothing more precious than the innocence of a meth-head.
     
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  19. Joe Morgan

    Joe Morgan Member

    May 1 is going be a big day for some landlords. there’s going be a lot of disappointed landlords out there that aren’t going to receive their rent checks.
     
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  20. master.on

    master.on Member