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ouch, haha

hit a nerve there, teach me to be more discrete about my clients...

besides you know quite well i rob from rub the rich to feed the poor, so there!

seriously tho', i do feel bad thinking how maybe i'm helping evil people feel good, so they can go forth and destroy better the next day, and yes it bothers me, as it should.

i guess for purity's sake i should establish a person's eco-credentials before selling my services, lol.

i did say a couple of things i probably shouldn't have though! (i generally don't attract clients like that, i was subbing in for a friend.)

those 'escort girls' of berlu are fully culpable in that they are selling energy to him. without those hits he he would have crumpled a long time ago.

information is expensive, because server farms use huge amounts of energy, banking is expensive because of dishonesty and bad faith.

massage? a renewable resource, an ever-expanding market, (though many unable to afford last year's prices), and i just heard from a friend who worked at a private villa in Nice (€180,000 a week rental), that the going rate fro a live-in massage therapist there in season is €2,000 euros a week!

still peanuts next to the bar bill, i bet. the cook bought one fish for €500 from his source.

funny old world...

'The history of public debt is full of irony. It rarely follows our ideas of order and justice.' Thomas Piketty

by melo (melometa4(at)gmail.com) on Tue Aug 18th, 2009 at 10:03:49 AM EST
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