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Thread: Weirdest thing happened today

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    Unhappy Weirdest thing happened today

    I went to see Vanessa/Natasha in St. Michel, made rdvs., when I got there was about 10 Arab looking men blocking her entrance, not very discreet, so I called to cancel, this is when she takes a flying fit on the phone, yelling & screaming that they can't do this , she is free to see whoever she wants , that she's been living here 15 years and its no one's business what she does.

    Looks like to me its a neighborhood watch to get rid of prostitution in their building.
    Last edited by Dreamer69; 04-19-2011 at 09:23 PM.

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    Is she an Arabic lady?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Is she an Arabic lady?
    how is that relevant, u must be american.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovemaker View Post
    how is that relevant, u must be american.
    I'm not American & i happen to think that it is relevant. I'm curious on hearing Dreamer69's answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovemaker View Post
    how is that relevant, u must be american.
    What kind of stupid comment is that? First of all it is relevant. If she is, in fact, being targeted by Arabic men, it makes sense to ask if she is part of the same cultural community. Secondly, there is nothing inherently American about the query. Thirdly, EB is one of the most reliable, intelligent, and sensible posters on MERB. He's been around for years, and doesn't deserve to be insulted by a dolt with no command of spelling or grammar.

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    She might be Arabic, I never asked, you can see her on ann123, all I know is that if I wanted to hear yelling & screaming, I would've stayed home, by the way she was my third choice by default, all in all my afternoon was waisted.

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    Proximity

    Within a city block is there a daycare, religious, community center or social center of the concerned group? If so then discretion is the best alternative for all concerned.

    Not making a judgment just stating the obvious.
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    how is that relevant, u must be american.
    If your mentioning of the ethnicity of the men outside of this woman's trick pad is relevant, then why wouldn't EB's querry about the woman's ethnicity be relevant?

    If these men were interfering with this woman's business for cultural or religious reasons, I'm sure that there are some infidel hobbyists who would rather not risk becoming the victims of a hate crime to see her at her place. You were smart to cancel.

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    EB's question WAS relevant. God have spoken, Allah agrees, Buddha don't mind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod 11 View Post
    EB's question WAS relevant. God have spoken, Allah agrees, Buddha don't mind...
    But is it okay with Fred Zed?
    I don't care who you are, I'd guess the Dalai Lama, Mother Theresa, and the Pope would think that's funny.
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    Whatever it is, it sounds like an untenable situation.

    Keep us posted on a resolution.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    I'm not American & i happen to think that it is relevant. I'm curious on hearing Dreamer69's answer.
    how does it happen to be relevant?

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    Lovemaker, it is relevant because, in some Arabic cultures, the women are considered property of the guys and have no rights whatsoever. If she would have been Arabic, the group of Arabic guys could have been family or friends. This would have made the situation not only awkward but plain dangerous, since these guys might have wanted to avenge their family's honor by getting physical with customers.
    Since she's not Arabic, the guys can be seen as people who simply don't want that kind of business in their neighborhood and their origin becomes irrelevant.

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    It was a smart thing not to cross the line, here are some possible scenarios if you crossed the line.

    - They give you the evil eye.
    - The give you a stern talking to
    - They shove you around.
    - They shove and slap you around
    or
    - They might get really nasty.

    Just a personal observation, Arab men will drink alcohol and hobby, but they want NIMBY ( not in my back yard ) I am not saying we are any better, just the same.

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    I just had a thought, what if one of the guys out front is a relative. Things could turn bad fast.

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