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US Homeland Security Asking Hotel Staff to Report Customers for Too Many Condoms

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As part of their "Safe Action Project,"  DHS staff will train hotel and hospitality workers on how to spot the so-called signs of sex trafficking. Alleged "red flags" include:

  • garbage cans containing many used condoms
  • frequent use of "Do Not Disturb" sign on room door
  • excessive foot traffic in and out of a room
  • "excessive sex paraphernalia" in room
  • an "overly smelly room" that reeks of "cigarette, marijuana, sweat, bodily fluids, and musk"
  • a guest who "averts eyes or does not make eye contact"
  • individuals "dressed inappropriate for age" or with "lower quality clothing than companions" 
  • guests with "suspicious tattoos" 
  • the presence of multiple computers, cell phones, pagers, credit card swipes, or other technology 
  • the presence of photography equipment
  • minibar in need of frequent restocking
  • guests with too many personal hygiene products, especially "lubrication, douches"
  • guests with too few personal possessions
  • rooms paid for with cash or a rechargeable credit card
  • "individuals loitering and soliciting male customers" 
  • "claims of being an adult though appearance suggests adolescent features"
  • refusal of room cleaning services for multiple days 

More on this story at http://reason.com/blog/2016/01/12/homeland-security-asking-hotel-staff-to

 

 

 

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God Bless America! ;)

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So we got ISIS running around with guns and there looking for condoms?

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I just love the "land of the Free!"  Why don't thet express any concern about clients carrying firearms too?

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A load of Garbage   . Here is whyhttp://www.cbsnews.com/news/porn-in-the-usa-31-08-2004/

Porn In The U.S.A.

<B>Steve Kroft</B> Reports On A $10 Billion Industry

 

"Then there are the big hotel chains: Hilton, Marriot, Hyatt, Sheraton and Holiday Inn, which all offer adult films on in-room pay-per-view television systems. And they are purchased by a whopping 50 percent of their guests, accounting for nearly 70 percent of their in-room profits. One hotel owner said, "We have to have it, our guests demand it."

One of the largest owners and programmers of in-room pay-per-view is Liberty Media, a publicly traded company run by media mogul John Malone, one of the most powerful people in the communications industry.

McAlpine says that adult entertainment has become a critical part of the entertainment business: "Adult is a major factor in determining the profits of a cable system, an in-house hotel system, a satellite system. It's a big profit contributor."

 

It is estimated that Americans now spend somewhere around $10 billion a year on adult entertainment, which is as much as they spend attending professional sporting events, buying music or going out to the movies.

Consumer demand is so strong that it has seduced some of America's biggest brand names, and companies like General Motors, Marriott and Time Warner are now making millions selling erotica to America.


The best place to see it is at the industry's annual convention in Las Vegas, where more than 200 adult entertainment companies gather under one roof to network, schmooze and show off their latest wares."

 

 

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On 15 January 2016 at 9:17 AM, erictheidol said:

I just love the "land of the Free!"  Why don't thet express any concern about clients carrying firearms too?

Presumably because, as I understand it, the right to bear arms is enshrined US Constitution.

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11 Myths and Facts About Prostitution in America

Every year, about 8000 are arrested and about 45 million Americans  use prostitutes, so the odds of getting caught are extremely low (about 1 in 5000), especially if you are using escorts rather than streetwalkers. The average fine for a first-time offender is about $250, so the economic costs of the risk of getting cost are negligible (about a  nickel).

 

FACT: In the U.S., prostitutes get busted more often than johns. And it's not even close. Every year in the U.S., between 70,000 and 80,000 people are busted for prostitution. (Which costs taxpayers $200 million, by the way.)

The breakdown of arrests: 70 percent female prostitutes and madams, 20 percent male prostitutes and pimps, 10 percent johns. That's nine prostitutes being arrested for every one customer.

So, if you want to play the odds, follow the lead of your wise elected leaders and make sure you're the one paying for sex, not selling it.

 

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