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Old 05-01-08, 12:52 PM   #1
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This is sad

I bet some Washingtonians are breathing easier
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it is sad

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Now I have to find a new madame.
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Old 05-01-08, 01:10 PM   #4
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you weren't in washington anyway.

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correct.


NO, NO, NO yes
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Old 05-01-08, 01:20 PM   #6
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good, I don't know any.
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hmmm - what are the chances it really was a suicide?
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Ravenmore, you have a twisted mind. Why did I not think of that angle?
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Old 05-01-08, 01:26 PM   #9
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hmmm - what are the chances it really was a suicide?
Have to confess that was my first thought.
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Seems pretty fishy. Suicide in a shed out back? I've seen more creative plots at Borders.
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The Truth is out There. Way out there, no even further


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Foul play. Thats my take. You compromise powerful people, and this thing can happen.
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hmmm - what are the chances it really was a suicide?
Probably the same bunch who planted the demolition charges in the WTC..
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It of course could've really been what's being reported - a suicide. After all she did have a pretty bleak future ahead of her. BUT everyone who's talked about it - the first thing outta their mouths are conspiracy theories.
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It of course could've really been what's being reported - a suicide. After all she did have a pretty bleak future ahead of her. BUT everyone who's talked about it - the first thing outta their mouths are conspiracy theories.
From what I've read, she had told friends she was going to end it and left a handwritten note, so it's probably as reported.
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She's the only one paying for the 'sins' of many.
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She created her own hell by her actions prior to her demise. You take the risk, you suffer the consequence.
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true. But none of the clients are really suffering the consequences.
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So sad because she was only facing about 6 years. She was a young ambitious (unfortunately in a criminal fashion) woman, plenty of time for life after a few years of incarceration.
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true. But none of the clients are really suffering the consequences.
That's almost always the way with prostitution. I don't see it changing anytime soon.
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Old 05-03-08, 05:53 PM   #22
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washington dctonians, just make sure the 2 are not mixed up the state is not like that
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Convicted of providing a service to willing customers who were fine, upstanding, religious pillars of the community and some of which were our elected representatives. At least one of those is a fine Christian goody two shoes who will not be reelected. I admire her total rejection of the whole deal. It was all she had left.
May she rest in peace.
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You're a good man, oldfool.
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