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    In this economy, even sex doesn't sell

    Reporting from Wells, Nev. -- The women at Donna's Ranch are crowded around the kitchen table on a warm summer night, dining on stir fry, tugging at thigh-high dresses, griping about depleted bank accounts. At this northeastern Nevada bordello, which marks a gravel road's end, they woo grizzled truckers and weary travelers for a single reason: money.

    Lately, the women don't go home with much.

    Amy, 58, once bought a $32,000 Toyota Tacoma in cash; now her $1,200 mortgage saps her dwindling pay. Some weeks, she could make more flipping burgers than flirting under a made-up name. Marisol's daughters think she works at a resort; she struggles to keep up the ruse. It now takes months, not weeks, to bring $5,000 back to Southern California...


    In this economy, even sex doesn't sell - Los Angeles Times

    #2
    You know the economy is bad when THIS happens.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Broken Arrow View Post
      You know the economy is bad when THIS happens.
      Either that or their is a black market which can get women cheaper than Nevada. LOL.

      Or non professional woman are giving it up more if you know what I mean. LOL.

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        #4
        I don't even know how to respond to that one.

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          #5
          I cannot imagine being almost 60yo and a hooker. Wow, unbelievable.

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