Sympathy for the devil

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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by Beerinthemorning » Tue Apr 17, 2018 2:24 pm

philipinos have the weakest currency in SEA right now
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by markd » Tue Apr 17, 2018 4:26 pm

if the 'devil' is the bargirls, they can do sneakouts too that no one else should know about :bong:
thru shit to more shit
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by John Bingham » Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:54 pm

Artful Dodger wrote:
Tue Apr 17, 2018 5:00 am
About 20 years ago when I first ventured into Vietnam, the locals referred to Filipinos as the Jews of the Pacific, while Filipinos referred to Vietnamese as the Jews of Asia. I am now thinking Cambodia is a runner up, if not leading the pool.

I speak in the topic of the Girly Bars which according to Forbes economic data, is a economy/trade indicator as is the amount of rubbish delivered to the tip in New York city.

When I first ventured into Vietnam, "bar fines" in the girly bars were unheard of, but now are becoming more common. Perhaps most now demand bar fines. This precursor entered Cambodia girly bars well before it did in Vietnam and I doubt any girly bar now in HE's empire do not demand it.

That being said, I feel sympathy for the bar girl who's income seems to be reducing, while the bar owners increases. In the infamous street 136 in P.P., and in bars of Sihanoukville Square, I speak with the bar girls (impossible not to without telling them to "F" off.)
The girls tell me of the varying bar fines to be paid to take a girl out, of which the girl receives none of that. It is also the common situation that of what payment the girl is paid by her horny customer, the bar takes a percentage. Talking with a few girls at the Butterfly Bar in P.P., they told me they paid half of their payment back to the bar. I recall a few years ago where the girls at the same bar said they retained all of what their customer paid them.

I do not recall the name of the bar where a bar girl there told me she had to pay the bar $5 a day to be there looking for customers, wether she had a customer or not, and the customer still had to pay a bar fine if he took her.

Am I mistaken in my observation? Is it the case that the bar owners are increasing their takings at the expense of the bar girl?

As a economic reflection, in talking with a friend of mine who is in obtaining supply for the Korean clothing supplier she works for , she tells me it is now the case that most, if not all garment manufacturers, have introduced a system where first time employees work without salary for 3 months for what they call "training period". She tells me now creeping in, is where the employer has the new employee pay a fee to the employer for that 3 training period before receiving salary.
Economy/ Trade indicators my arse.
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by Artful Dodger » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:23 am

John Bingham wrote:
Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:54 pm
Artful Dodger wrote:
Tue Apr 17, 2018 5:00 am
About 20 years ago when I first ventured into Vietnam, the locals referred to Filipinos as the Jews of the Pacific, while Filipinos referred to Vietnamese as the Jews of Asia. I am now thinking Cambodia is a runner up, if not leading the pool.

I speak in the topic of the Girly Bars which according to Forbes economic data, is a economy/trade indicator as is the amount of rubbish delivered to the tip in New York city.

When I first ventured into Vietnam, "bar fines" in the girly bars were unheard of, but now are becoming more common. Perhaps most now demand bar fines. This precursor entered Cambodia girly bars well before it did in Vietnam and I doubt any girly bar now in HE's empire do not demand it.

That being said, I feel sympathy for the bar girl who's income seems to be reducing, while the bar owners increases. In the infamous street 136 in P.P., and in bars of Sihanoukville Square, I speak with the bar girls (impossible not to without telling them to "F" off.)
The girls tell me of the varying bar fines to be paid to take a girl out, of which the girl receives none of that. It is also the common situation that of what payment the girl is paid by her horny customer, the bar takes a percentage. Talking with a few girls at the Butterfly Bar in P.P., they told me they paid half of their payment back to the bar. I recall a few years ago where the girls at the same bar said they retained all of what their customer paid them.

I do not recall the name of the bar where a bar girl there told me she had to pay the bar $5 a day to be there looking for customers, wether she had a customer or not, and the customer still had to pay a bar fine if he took her.

Am I mistaken in my observation? Is it the case that the bar owners are increasing their takings at the expense of the bar girl?

As a economic reflection, in talking with a friend of mine who is in obtaining supply for the Korean clothing supplier she works for , she tells me it is now the case that most, if not all garment manufacturers, have introduced a system where first time employees work without salary for 3 months for what they call "training period". She tells me now creeping in, is where the employer has the new employee pay a fee to the employer for that 3 training period before receiving salary.
Economy/ Trade indicators my arse. Another cheapskate sex-tourist tries to dress up his miserly habits as "caring about exploitation". :facepalm:
How incredibly offensive your words are to me !!
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by frank lee bent » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:16 am

sorry that some of our members are so unkind.
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by Beerinthemorning » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:31 am

frank lee bent wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:16 am
sorry that some of our members are so unkind.
especially PR and JB
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by frank lee bent » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:38 am

cry me a river trollio

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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by Beerinthemorning » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:55 am

frank lee bent wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:38 am
cry me a river trollio

those two are the reap trolls, I know more than them both put together
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by chkwoot » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:02 am

Artful Dodger wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:23 am
John Bingham wrote:
Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:54 pm
Artful Dodger wrote:
Tue Apr 17, 2018 5:00 am
About 20 years ago when I first ventured into Vietnam, the locals referred to Filipinos as the Jews of the Pacific, while Filipinos referred to Vietnamese as the Jews of Asia. I am now thinking Cambodia is a runner up, if not leading the pool.

I speak in the topic of the Girly Bars which according to Forbes economic data, is a economy/trade indicator as is the amount of rubbish delivered to the tip in New York city.

When I first ventured into Vietnam, "bar fines" in the girly bars were unheard of, but now are becoming more common. Perhaps most now demand bar fines. This precursor entered Cambodia girly bars well before it did in Vietnam and I doubt any girly bar now in HE's empire do not demand it.

That being said, I feel sympathy for the bar girl who's income seems to be reducing, while the bar owners increases. In the infamous street 136 in P.P., and in bars of Sihanoukville Square, I speak with the bar girls (impossible not to without telling them to "F" off.)
The girls tell me of the varying bar fines to be paid to take a girl out, of which the girl receives none of that. It is also the common situation that of what payment the girl is paid by her horny customer, the bar takes a percentage. Talking with a few girls at the Butterfly Bar in P.P., they told me they paid half of their payment back to the bar. I recall a few years ago where the girls at the same bar said they retained all of what their customer paid them.

I do not recall the name of the bar where a bar girl there told me she had to pay the bar $5 a day to be there looking for customers, wether she had a customer or not, and the customer still had to pay a bar fine if he took her.

Am I mistaken in my observation? Is it the case that the bar owners are increasing their takings at the expense of the bar girl?

As a economic reflection, in talking with a friend of mine who is in obtaining supply for the Korean clothing supplier she works for , she tells me it is now the case that most, if not all garment manufacturers, have introduced a system where first time employees work without salary for 3 months for what they call "training period". She tells me now creeping in, is where the employer has the new employee pay a fee to the employer for that 3 training period before receiving salary.
Economy/ Trade indicators my arse. Another cheapskate sex-tourist tries to dress up his miserly habits as "caring about exploitation". :facepalm:
How incredibly offensive your words are to me !!
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Re: Sympathy for the devil

Post by BklynBoy » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:04 am

frank lee bent wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:38 am
cry me a river trollio

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