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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #50 on: September 18, 2019, 11:51:55 AM »
Jone, I am not an expert about women in strip clubs, but I can list how thirty plus reacted to finding themselves on a topless beach....


Some were wives / girlfriends...some were other's wives girlfriends and the time period spans 5 decades and the reactions are so varied as to make any behavioural pattern impossible to predict.

My first wife and wife to be were possessed of ample appendages on slim bodies and have / had no compunction removing their tops...the former changed totally after childbirth...as she was very unlucky how nature treated her.


The middle wife was not so well blessed and there was little chance of them seeing the rays ...but she had an all over tan from a solarium all year round.


Some lasses would get there kit off on yachts... Some would never go topless, but lie on their bare fronts not to get white lines


I see NO dichotomy in Krimster's posts...

It is clear he knows how to illicit reaction)

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« Reply #51 on: September 18, 2019, 11:56:51 AM »
 :ROFL:

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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #52 on: September 18, 2019, 12:44:10 PM »
the girls who work at strip clubs do so for ONE simple reason...
to make money...

of the ones I've talked with, they each enjoyed being an exhibitionist...
for these particular girls working in some menial job for 30,000 rubles per month was the lesser of their choices...

I know how to behave with women, ALL women, and I strive to make them as happy as I can
for entertainers you show your appreciation for their performance
and this enhances their performance...

Rasputin's had literally the most beautiful young woman I have EVER seen in my life dance naked in my lap...
gee, my bad, sorry that happened....

NO!!!!!  I'm not!!!!

and I showed her my appreciation - and she was QUITE HAPPY with that!!!


and if haters gonna hate, don't care!!!
cuz love, that's where it's at!




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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #53 on: September 18, 2019, 01:00:46 PM »
the girls who work at strip clubs do so for ONE simple reason...
to make money...

of the ones I've talked with, they each enjoyed being an exhibitionist...
for these particular girls working in some menial job for 30,000 rubles was the lesser of their choices...

I know how to behave with women, ALL women, and I strive to make them as happy as I can
for entertainers you show your appreciation for their performance
and this enhances their performance...

Rasputin's had literally the most beautiful young woman I have EVER seen in my life dance naked in my lap...
gee, my bad, sorry that happened....

NO!!!!!  I'm not!!!!

and I showed her my appreciation - and she was QUITE HAPPY with that!!!


and if haters gonna hate, don't care!!!
cuz love, that's where it's at!

Who hates you for going to a strip club?   Not me!   I just couldn't help but notice the difference.   On one hand you are happy to make a financial transaction with a young lady to have her 'dance in your lap'.   On the other hand you appreciate your daughters in nature.

I have an acquaintance of mine who frequents strip clubs.  He goes there, takes them into the VIP lounge or whatever it is called, and pummels the hell out of 'em.   Doesn't use condoms either.   Of course, he is single.   Can't imagine what diseases he has caught.  But that is how he likes to live his life.  He says that all of the women that 'dance' for him really 'appreciate' him, as well.

Now I have no idea of what you do and don't do when you go in a strip club.   But I can tell you that in my eyes there is a dichotomy of your thoughts of your daughters and your rent paid on a lap dance stool.  I get it.  On the topless beach you are serene.  At the strip club you are out to have some fun.

As I have stated before, you certainly provide us with entertainment.
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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #54 on: September 18, 2019, 03:30:26 PM »
chivo?

NYET!!!
my post-nup says no sex in strip clubs....
so I don't

I go with moy druzya...
group bonding kinda thing, and I'm designated driver
cuz you DON'T want drunk Russians driving!!!!

WTF else is there to do in Moscow that's not even worse than an elitny strip club!!!!
and where else can a bunch of middle aged men AND young me go together for fun in the evening?
sadly there are no Bingo Parlors in Moscow in case that was going to be your suggestion...







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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #55 on: September 18, 2019, 03:53:59 PM »
JayH,

My contention is that you have BS'd us ...a lot..in the past and that is why you have an issue with me...?)

You can never get it right can you!

Again you attempt to allege my bs --  yet when I offered to put your money where your mouth is -- you go quiet.

A FWIW--  Moby has told blatant lies here all too often-- but takes exception when  a very specific date and time is thrown up to his actual non presence at those events --  his defence -- accuse others of BS and keep saying it .
It is done to divert attention from the BS he offers up.
So exactly where is the bs you accuse me of? :deadhorse:
If you say it --put your money where your mouth is --or SHUT UP ! :cluebat:
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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #56 on: September 18, 2019, 03:57:19 PM »
Plenty of brothels.   As a matter of interest, I lived in Mykolaiv for part of a summer.   One of my friends in town was a guy who still participates on the Ex-Pat forums.   He pointed out to me the largest brothel for the city.   I would have guessed it was a bar-b-que joint. 

Then, I don't know if you all remember, but we had a contributor on this forum who was promoting the gals in her brothel in Peter.   When I was there for a couple of weeks, I located the building this gal was in.   It was right next door to the major subway station for the area.   

I understand a couple of strip clubs in Moskva are actually fronts for brothels as well.   911 and FlightNight come to mind.  One of the patrons (moderators?) of the other forum was big on these places.   He even took one of our former members (from this forum) there and our guy came back with an eyeful.

Simply put, Russia is uptight about some things and very liberal minded about others.   For instance, Russia is very repressive of the gay community and the use of drugs.   But prostitution?  Meh!
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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #57 on: September 18, 2019, 06:08:12 PM »
I was told the two best days of a boaters life is the day he buys the boat and the day he sells it.

Heard that before.  In a similar theme, and as per Jone's acquaintance,  my accountant years ago told me the Three F's Rule:

                      If it flies, floats or fu*ks, rent it. 

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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #58 on: September 18, 2019, 07:18:12 PM »
Billy’s post is true with me. 27’ Western Pleasure, V bottom with 65 HP Evinrude outboard engine. Mainly used it fishing off the Sta Monica bay, or take it out July 4th evenings with friends so we can watch the fireworks from the channel.

It was dry docked, so I hated having to wash the damned thing, and flush the engine, every single time I took it out before storing.

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« Reply #59 on: September 18, 2019, 09:32:32 PM »
the girls who work at strip clubs do so for ONE simple reason...
to make money...


Wrong! They work at a strip club to help pay for their college education. They get better tips if men know they're good wholesome girls working for a better life than girls that blow their money on drugs.
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« Reply #60 on: September 18, 2019, 09:43:21 PM »
Wrong! They work at a strip club to help pay for their college education. They get better tips if men know they're good wholesome girls working for a better life than girls that blow their money on drugs.

When I was in graduate school, a couple of the guys pointed out an undergrad gal who worked as a prostitute in another nearby city during summers.

I thought . . . more power to her.
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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #61 on: September 18, 2019, 10:12:15 PM »
my kids each have a Hobie 16, which is a teeny little catamaran...
these are VERY popular on South Padre Island with all the kids their age...
winds are FIERCE there!!!! you will “haul ass” like a bat out of hell in these things...
water temperature and clarity quite good!!!
no big crowds as long as it’s not a holiday....
you can also easily rent bigger cats and the whole family can go out together
in Texas you can do things like have camp fires on the beach at night...

drive a little south and you can catch the tourist bus to Mexico, go shopping, and be back in a few hours...

coolest boat yet is the “Tesla Boat” autonomous, self driving boat in Amsterdam...
80 Euros for 1 hour canal ride...
just started last year when I was there, I hope they expand the routes to go into the bay north of Amsterdam straight from the canals instead of having to drive the long way around...





Russian “whore houses” called “doma prostitutka” are trashy places...
I can’t really recommend ya’ll visiting anything like this...
and don’t EAT or DRINK ANYTHING inside if you do go into one...

but you see friends you don’t need to go to prostitutes in Ukraine, because in Ukraine they come to you...

despite my ample reputation as a sex tourist, I haven’t had that many encounters with escorts in Ukraine, single digit number...

first was in 1997, Odessa, Hotel Bristol, Pent House Suite
was in my room, watching this amazing Russian music channel on cable
when the bell rings...

oh no! heart jumps! secret police!
but no, cute dark haired woman, mid 20s, big blue eyes
starts talking to me in this weird combination of English and Russian
“ya hachoo, I teach you Russian, and speak with English with you?”

call it jet lag, but I had no idea who she was or what she wanted...
so I motioned her towards me, and said “projouste...”
and she came in...
it took me another 10 seconds to realize who she was!
that’s how SLOW I was....

eventually, she got around to business and she put her arms around me as she gave me all the details...

when she removed her clothing, I was delightfully surprised...
normally, I focus on a woman’s pleasure as my priority...
but here was a woman focusing on mine...
and SHE KNEW WHAT THE HELL SHE WAS DOING!!!!

best $200 experience ever...
plus she trimmed my nails, because they scratched her...

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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #62 on: September 18, 2019, 10:40:38 PM »
Scratching is the best part ....
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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #63 on: September 18, 2019, 11:11:22 PM »
On an inland lake in Wisconsin, my best friend, growing up, has a Hobie-like 18 foot with a mainsail and jib.   We took it out after he bought it last year and sailed it for four hours and came back with huge sunburns but had the time of our lives.   On a broad reach, those boats will thump along at 35 mph.   The boat will actually hum as it goes through the water, vibrating with the sideboards and the rudder.   It begins to plane around 20 mph.

I have always been a monohull sailor.   But after spending a day with him and earlier when I rented a Hobie 16 in the Turks and Caicos, I can see the ratio of investment to enjoyment is an excellent ratio.   I just need to live or vacation near a small body of water to make it worthwhile.
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« Reply #64 on: September 19, 2019, 12:22:15 AM »
You can never get it right can you!

Your exaggeration has just proved, otherwise... !

Again you attempt to allege my bs -- 


I just did .. Mr "I was doing 140 Km/h" when  no production model can get within thirty percent of that figure ... and you STILL forgot to tell us what model(s) ..as I suspect it wasn't even the Kawaskaki ..So your exaggeration is FORTY percent or more

yet when I offered to put your money where your mouth is -- you go quiet.

'Sure'...  The Brexit thread continued apace and my stance ( no, no deal brexit )  had become the bookies choice.. ( Until the Finnish statement - this morning )

A FWIW--  Moby has told blatant lies here all too often-- but takes exception when  a very specific date and time is thrown up to his actual non presence at those events --  his defence -- accuse others of BS and keep saying it .
It is done to divert attention from the BS he offers up.
So exactly where is the bs you accuse me of? :deadhorse:
If you say it --put your money where your mouth is --or SHUT UP ! :cluebat:

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WHAT 'lie' ? have I posted ?










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« Reply #65 on: September 19, 2019, 02:35:35 AM »
On an inland lake in Wisconsin, my best friend, growing up, has a Hobie-like 18 foot with a mainsail and jib.   We took it out after he bought it last year and sailed it for four hours and came back with huge sunburns but had the time of our lives.   On a broad reach, those boats will thump along at 35 mph.   

Jone,

Perhaps you might like to post this 35 MPH of yours on a Hobie 18 forum ?

http://www.hobie.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=12780&view=previous


http://www.thebeachcats.com/forums/viewtopic/topic/12958/start/20


You'd generate some 'interesting' comments

I SERIOUSLY doubt even a modified Magnum  - let alone a std / SX would do much above 23 MPH - that's a FIFTY percent exaggeration 



You and JayH seem to have an issue with accuracy as to velocity


18-20 MPH is what regular sailors of std Hobie 18's get .. may be 20 MPH from an 18 Magnum

The average speed downwind in a SEVENTY-TWO foot FOILING  Americas Cup cat was 32-37 knots

Get REAL ! ;) 








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« Reply #66 on: September 19, 2019, 03:02:37 AM »
  Moby -- you are the complete and f....  idiot,
A few throw away exaggerations are quite different to you lying -- eg you stated you were on Crimea at the time of the Russian invasion -- complete and utter lie .You have done everything possible to avoid this being bought up again-- and you have NEVER offered one piece of confirmation-- and you have the temerity to stalk Maxx and troll him.

That is quite different to what you want to try and quote -- and of note -- you comment on AC at  32 knots highlights your ignorance ( again)  .The boats are making over 50 knots in top speed ( refer Sail GP currently)-- what you quote is an average speed around the whole course .

Yes-- Jone was exaggerating -- but your stupid pedantic posts only serves to highlight your ignorance ( again)

BTW --I an still waiting to see the slightest proof of you claim to being invited onto the British Sailing Team !  ( for those not following--it was another of Moby's stupid lies as he attempted to big note himself ! Nothing wrong with being  low level competitor-- which if you want to compare to golf-- Moby is about at 150 per 18 holes level with his sailing !

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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #67 on: September 19, 2019, 05:32:17 AM »
Jone,

Perhaps you might like to post this 35 MPH of yours on a Hobie 18 forum ?

http://www.hobie.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=12780&view=previous


http://www.thebeachcats.com/forums/viewtopic/topic/12958/start/20


You'd generate some 'interesting' comments

I SERIOUSLY doubt even a modified Magnum  - let alone a std / SX would do much above 23 MPH - that's a FIFTY percent exaggeration 



You and JayH seem to have an issue with accuracy as to velocity


18-20 MPH is what regular sailors of std Hobie 18's get .. may be 20 MPH from an 18 Magnum

The average speed downwind in a SEVENTY-TWO foot FOILING  Americas Cup cat was 32-37 knots

Get REAL ! ;)

No.  I wasn't embellishing.  I simply made an error converting knots to MPH.   But while I may have made a mistake, it doesn't make me an asshole.   You have the corner on that.
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« Reply #68 on: September 19, 2019, 05:47:11 AM »
  Moby -- you are the complete and f....  idiot,
A few throw away exaggerations are quite different to you lying -- eg you stated you were on Crimea at the time of the Russian invasion -- complete and utter lie .

Tut, tut, JayH...busted AGAIN...

Pls demonstrate where I claimed that...I did state I had been on the peninsula before the Russian takeover..more recently than you...


You see? JayH fails, again..

You have done everything possible to avoid this being bought up again-- and you have NEVER offered one piece of confirmation-- and you have the temerity to stalk Maxx and troll him.

What a joke! I brought up your suggestion re my not being on Crimes was not true only yesterday...JayH the inattentive ..

As for Maxx, if you check..Maxx was the one who suggested something my partner had 'done' to him to ruin his chances....then once that was removed....and plenty of people wrote to me wanting me to 'spill' and I declined... Maxx kicked it off by blaming ME...

Yesterday he agreed not to mention me, my beloved or friends on his Georgia thread and I would not post on it... You seem keen to keep the pot stirred with nonsense.


That is quite different to what you want to try and quote -- and of note -- you comment on AC at  32 knots highlights your ignorance ( again)  .The boats are making over 50 knots in top speed ( refer Sail GP currently)-- what you quote is an average speed around the whole course .

JayH...you do realise that sailing records are measured in an average speed over a given distance and they sail courses to achieve such sepeds on their optimum angles?

I 'get it'...You and Jone pretended to be 'bigger boat expetts' than Krimster and got busted... You feel the need to deflect and create noise..


Yes-- Jone was exaggerating -- but your stupid pedantic posts only serves to highlight your ignorance ( again)


Jone exaggerated by an even greater margin than you, possible...but you are still too 'shy' to confirm the model jetski you claimed to have done 140km/h in..If it was a (say) Seedoo your exaggeration was maybe forty percent...


BTW --I an still waiting to see the slightest proof of you claim to being invited onto the British Sailing Team !  ( for those not following--it was another of Moby's stupid lies as he attempted to big note himself ! Nothing wrong with being  low level competitor-- which if you want to compare to golf-- Moby is about at 150 per 18 holes level with his sailing !

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I was in the UK national squad based on my results.. qualifying from the  the SW area series.. I can still beat guys 4 times less in age in the modern equiv of this series..in a good blow.

The coach was from N.Ireland and I was the oldest.. I attended one weekend's course and resigned as I had my own biz and simply could not commit to their regime and I thought my fellow countryman's techniques were incorrect..

For the first half of the next season, I regularly beat most of his team, but from the summer on...I could not get  near one of 'em..

The RYA do not keep records of squads from nearly forty years ago... I cannot remember the name of the coach and Jim S...his boss, has been retired nearly a decade and a half. I asked hoping to PROVE you regularly talk out of your.....

I was the Club Champion ( losing out on a discard in '84) in 82, 83, 85,86..

Go on..suggest the other guys were 'crap'...  The guy who broke my run came 2nd in the Laser European under 18's ..

JayH... Calling people liars and demanding proof they are not fibbing is not how it works...

I keep telling you to contact the UA immigration for 2013 and ask them when I arrived and left with an RU national in late 2013 and early 2014

IF you have fwiends in high places, you will look an ever sillier ...

There you go...you get busted for fibbing and tried to tell us I 'lied'...you were not even truthful in your ASSertion that I avoided your previous 'proof'..My having raised your foolishness, yesterday, on my 'non' ( according you) Crimea visit..

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« Reply #69 on: September 19, 2019, 05:54:49 AM »
No.  I wasn't embellishing.  I simply made an error converting knots to MPH.   

Hmm, that line might have worked if you had said converting knots or Mph to Km/h...

But while I may have made a mistake, it doesn't make me an asshole.   You have the corner on that.

That is funny seeing you and JayH have posted as 'boating experts' and suggesting Krimster was a boating Wally and proving you BOTH are no better.

Just accept that you both (JayH / Jone) were clearly not demonstrably smarter and you got busted ..



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« Reply #70 on: September 19, 2019, 06:02:46 AM »
I clearly am not a 'boating expert' although I have raced sailboats since the age of ten.  But while I lay prostrate on the floor as being a non-expert sailor, my assessment of you still stands. 
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« Reply #71 on: September 19, 2019, 06:06:28 AM »
I clearly am not a 'boating expert' although I have raced sailboats since the age of ten.  But while I lay prostrate on the floor as being a non-expert sailor, my assessment of you still stands.

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Then you are even dafter then I thought ..given your 'Brexit' and now boating 'expertise' ..

Have you married and lived with a FSU woman ?





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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #72 on: September 19, 2019, 06:12:51 AM »
Given that your popularity on this forum proceeds you where ever you go, you demonstrate your ability to get along with people constantly.    So we won't be having any future conversations.   It just isn't worth it.   I have no desire to get into a pissing contest with you, like you have done with so many other posters who have called you out. 

Instead, you can take your best shots and you will still have my above assessment of you.  Of the people on the forum, I honestly believe you are least liked and maintain the most confrontational relationships.   

So, you can put that one in your pipe and smoke it.   Sucks to be you.
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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #73 on: September 19, 2019, 06:30:48 AM »
Given that your popularity on this forum proceeds you where ever you go, you demonstrate your ability to get along with people constantly.    So we won't be having any future conversations.   It just isn't worth it.   I have no desire to get into a pissing contest with you, like you have done with so many other posters who have called you out. 

Instead, you can take your best shots and you will still have my above assessment of you.  Of the people on the forum, I honestly believe you are least liked and maintain the most confrontational relationships.   

So, you can put that one in your pipe and smoke it.   Sucks to be you.

 :ROFL:

How EVER did I know my question would result in such a petulant response ..?


WHY do people who regularly post bollox think 'popularity' is important to me ...?

I DO care what those who are important in my life think,.,


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Re: boating in Russia - good, bad, ugly?
« Reply #74 on: September 19, 2019, 06:36:12 AM »
Krimster,

It has been inferred, by another poster, that I was calling you out for a lack of expertise in boating.   Inasmuch as this is the only thread where boating has been discussed, please read up and note that I had not made such a claim.  At no place on this thread did I make an inference that you are not a boating man or that you have not had fun experiences.

Creating said controversy is purely an act by another poster to try and create conflict where there is none.

My references to boating were the fun things that I have done and will continue to do as time permits.
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