Thursday, July 17, 2008

No Limits Ladies


One of the advantages of having poor morals is that I get to publish stuff too racy for real blogs. (Hat Tip, you know who you are).

30 comments:

Sweet Cashback said...

First to ask where I can get this deal......

Sweet Cashback said...

The #2 in the phone number give me the hope its in NYC(212) or Northern NJ(201), but I called around and they all hang up on me, yelling some profanities.....

Agent #777 said...

Personally, I wanna know where the MILFs are...that must just be the back-office staff.

Geez, I can't wait for Casey to make a comment about that...

Casey Serin said...

Personally, I wanna know where the MILFs are...

The one and only MILF -- that is, "Man I'd Love to ****" -- is the guy standing third from the right. ;-)

Casey Serin said...

BTW, if I hire these people, can I do some shady deals with them to get some "cash back at blows"? ;-)

Jim said...

The best part about having poor morals and everyone knowing it, is getting sent all the best smut!

Rob Dawg said...

Smut? Jesus Christ at least i can keep a secret.

In truth this only differs in degree from other incentives I've seen recently. Seems everything excepting price is negotiable. I'm also seeing a new sensitivity to Mello-Roos. The mega-disaster in Oxnard is offering 2 years prepaid M-R and HOA. The sad part is that it is structured such that it increases your apparent sales price thus adding to your tax burden forever.

Jean ValJean said...

Actually... now that I see it closely.. that skyline on the van is DEFINITELY Dallas.

That would also make sense with the area code in Dallas (214).

Agent #777 said...

I'm also seeing a new sensitivity to Mello-Roos. The mega-disaster in Oxnard is offering 2 years prepaid M-R and HOA.

That is the "hidden" type costs that I just can't believe people are paying. I just made a long post at IHB about the same thing.

Maybe 2 miles away from us is a neighborhood of luxury homes mostly 3000-5000 SF. It has a great common area with large pool and tennis courts. It is on a hill overlooking a lake.

Taxes? 2500-4000/year or so.
HOA Fee? $350...A YEAR!!

The houses are listed from 380K-550K or so, but an auction of one almost 5000 SF is coming up. I will let you know what it goes for if interested.

Akubi said...

On that note, NSFW but funny: Call Me Ishmael-san: "Japanese Whale Hunt"

Akubi said...

This one is particularly cute

Lou Minatti said...

Typical Dallas women. Thanks for the laugh! I needed one today.

Ogg the Caveman said...

Thar she blows!

Sweet Cashback said...

WTF! You could at least warn folks of the content at the other end of that link!

Now I have to clean up my throw-up.....

Rob Dawg said...

Sweet is right, you gotta warn us.

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Centipede said...

On topic?
Ummm, I would be perfectly fine avoiding blow jobs from any of the selection above.
Just not my thing. Kinda skanky in the menthol cigarette sense.

Property Flopper said...

Argh!!! The whales!!! Make it stop!!!

NOT what I need to see first thing in the morning. Must find the bottle of mind bleach.

w said...

Try Mint Schnapps.

Winston said...

Not at 8 in the morning. You need a screw driver or a bloody Mary at this hour. Oooh, or Irish coffee. Or straight whiskey. It's always time for whiskey.

Rob Dawg said...

The cure for a hangover is never sober up.

Is the lady on the end offering to let you sit on her thumb?

Casey Serin said...

Is the lady on the end offering to let you sit on her thumb?

We all know you're hot for the zaftig one in the blue blazer. ;-)

Rob Dawg said...

Too many classic Cadillacs and Lincolns and not enough late model low mileage sports cars on the lot for my tastes.

Tom said...

dawg said : "Too many classic Cadillacs and Lincolns and not enough late model low mileage sports cars on the lot for my tastes."

Aw, Rob. their built for comfort, they aint built for speed.

sm_landlord said...

@Rob: "I'm also seeing a new sensitivity to Mello-Roos."

You Bet!

*Not* having Mello-Roos taxes on a property is now being used as a marketing tool in Oxnard. Last weekend, I noticed a number of for sale signs on properties that has "No Mello-Roos!" plastered on them.

Hopefully the end result (after the crash is over) will be that communities will stop burdening new construction with this insidious added tax, which is not even deductible, although it is a property tax.

Until the current glut of properties sells through, communities with Mello-Roos taxes are going to suffer more than older communities that do not have this extra burden. Given the choice, how many people will sign up for an extra 0.5% to 1% property tax because they buy new construction vs older construction?

Winston said...

A lot of that depends on what the Mello-Roos tax is used for. In some towns in my neck of the woods being in a neighborhood with Mello-Roos fees means you get to send your kids to a good school with white and asian students instead of a bad, overcrowded school with black and hispanic students. The fees are still much cheaper than private schools of similar quality. Similarly, if the infrastructure built with the fees gives you an advantage over your neighbors (such drinkable water or parks that are only accessible to your neighborhood) then they can be a net plus. Mello-Roos fees stink when they just go to provide for ordinary government services (such as fire protection) or roads that don't make the community better than what surrounds it.

Casey Serin said...

Make a new blog post about the alleged crash in oil prices, Robbo -- temporary aberration or fast track down to $50/bbl?

Price declined almost $20 in one week. Speculators warping the oil markets? No, couldn't be!! ;-p

Manhattan said...

http://i37.tinypic.com/2qco4yx.jpg

Rob Dawg said...

We'll talk oil this weekend, right now I'm hunting Realitter®. New post.