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    Exclamation The Ketamine Effect

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe.t
    GG- If a agency owner were to fire every girl that was high on drugs your reviews would come to a halt because I would estimate that 90% or more of SP's are on some sort of drug, lets just be thankful that they are there for us because if it wasn't for them we would all be pulling ourselves while watching porn unless you like the skanks that are on the street.
    Joe.t,

    I disagree with this comment. I have met many SPs who are totally against any drugs. These ladies are coherent, responsible and they do not abuse any substances whatsoever.

    Before I get the chorus of skeptics telling me "how do you know?", I can tell very easily. If a lady walks in all glazy eyed and jittery and starts going to the bathroom every five minutes or is too jumpy, then you can tell something is wrong. I am not talking about a little stoned on weed (usually you can smell this or see they're very mellow), but really stoned out of her mind.

    The new trend is finding ladies that are drug free. Responsible agency owners make sure that their ladies are not abusing any substances, including alcohol. They actually care about the well-being of their ladies and their clients. Of course, I am emphasizing "responsible" agency owners.

    Finally, all clients should note the effects of the drug called Ketamine:

    http://www.drugfree.org/Portal/drug_guide/Ketamine

    It is a tasteless, odorless drug with powerful hallucinogenic effects. In fact, all SPs should be on guard for this drug because some dangerous clients can slip it into your drink (another reason why you should never accept drinks from just anyone). From the above site:

    "How is it used?

    Snorted or swallowed.Ketamine is odorless and tasteless, so it can be added to beverages without being detected, and it induces amnesia. Because of these properties, the drug is sometimes given to unsuspecting victims and used in the commission of sexual assaults referred to as "drug rape."

    What are its short-term effects?

    Ketamine can cause dream-like states and hallucinations. Users report sensations ranging from a pleasant feeling of floating to being separated from their bodies. Some ketamine experiences involve a terrifying feeling of almost complete sensory detachment that is likened to a near-death experience. These experiences, similar to a "bad trip" on LSD, are called the "K-hole." Low-dose intoxication from ketamine results in impaired attention, learning ability, and memory. In high doses, ketamine can cause delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, high blood pressure, depression, and potentially fatal respiratory problems."

    GG
    Last edited by Mod 4; 10-07-2007 at 10:48 PM.
    "There are only two tragedies in life: one is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it."
    - Oscar Wilde

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    According to Wikipedia, it is sometimes referred to as Special K (no pun intended)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketamine

    It seems that it is used for general anesthesia for both humans and animals, the latter being more common. Other common names for it are:

    * K
    * Ket
    * Ketanest
    * Ketaset
    * Ketalar
    * Vitamin K
    * Kizzo
    * Wonky
    * Kenny H
    * Kenny Gee
    * Kettle
    * Kitty Kat
    * Regretamine
    * Horse
    I really have to ask the question. Why would anyone give this to an SP? You are paying for the session, and unless you are a total asshole lacking basic hygiene, you will most likely get to have sex.
    Last edited by rollingstone; 10-07-2007 at 03:53 PM.

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    With all due respect, it is often impossible to tell if someone is 'on drugs.' (Of course: how are we defining 'drugs'?) Even professionals--drug counselors, doctors, etc--would never claim that they can look at someone and determine whether they're using. I've known addicts who are fully functional, both personally and professionally. Indeed, drugs are often the means of achieving the appearance of normalcy, in relationships, business, and so on. Users of nicotine, heroin, ritolin, caffeine, anti-depressants, etc, will often appear more "normal" while on drugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talkinghead
    With all due respect, it is often impossible to tell if someone is 'on drugs.' (Of course: how are we defining 'drugs'?) Even professionals--drug counselors, doctors, etc--would never claim that they can look at someone and determine whether they're using. I've known addicts who are fully functional, both personally and professionally. Indeed, drugs are often the means of achieving the appearance of normalcy, in relationships, business, and so on. Users of nicotine, heroin, ritolin, caffeine, anti-depressants, etc, will often appear more "normal" while on drugs.
    A light buzz, maybe. But when a lady walks in the room fried out of her mind, you have to be a total idiot not to notice.

    GG
    "There are only two tragedies in life: one is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it."
    - Oscar Wilde

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    I know what you mean, of course. But this raises a related question: do we care whether an SP is on drugs, or only if she is fried out of her mind? Obviously, if she is barely functioning (as opposed to functioning barely) then it's a problem, as Mark found out with Caress. But do we care if she's snorting up in the bathroom and comes out energetic and excited? or if she shoots up in the car and arrives mellow and open to any desire? We can express concern for her health, of course; but I suppose we can also be libertarian and try to avoid judgment, etc. Still, speaking selfishly, there may be related risks to the client, including increased risk of disease (hepatitis, hiv, etc), increased possibility of theft, and the simply problem of carrying illegal drugs into the hotel room. Anyway, just some thoughts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by talkinghead
    Still, speaking selfishly, there may be related risks to the client, including increased risk of disease (hepatitis, hiv, etc), increased possibility of theft, and the simply problem of carrying illegal drugs into the hotel room. Anyway, just some thoughts...
    My preference is to have a lady who respects herself. Some guys are crude and say "whatever, they're hookers so right there they're not respecting themselves." But this is absolute nonsense. The best SPs do not allow themselves to lose control of the situation. They do not put themselves or their clients at risk.

    Drugs are often used to "heighten the senses" but if you have to resort to drugs to have a good time with a client or an SP, then there is something fundamentally wrong with you. It's a dead end, and a dangerous one at that.

    GG
    "There are only two tragedies in life: one is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it."
    - Oscar Wilde

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    Logically...

    Quote Originally Posted by General Gonad
    Drugs are often used to "heighten the senses" but if you have to resort to drugs to have a good time with a client or an SP, then there is something fundamentally wrong with you. It's a dead end, and a dangerous one at that.
    ... if "all" (or "most" or whatever) providers "hate" their jobs - as previously emphasized by the Hobbyland Enquirer Editor in Chief - it would only be normal that the said providers resort to drugs to have a good time with clients, no?

    This was the Monday morning special edition of Paradox Thursday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeGuy
    Again,

    So logical, so simple that it is to be true. Ziggy you successfully resumed tons of post in a few lines. You should open the Hobbyland's Reader's Digest
    Yeah, they made me an offer like that on the other board.

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