Criminal Justice

'Woman' Offering Sex in Exchange for McDonald's Meal Was Part of FBI-Led Ploy to Stop Sex-Trafficking

"Hooking for cheeseburgers isn't normal," says detective from department that pretended to do so.

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Police in Casper, Wyoming, arrested four sex workers, including one who was homeless, and posed as a woman offering sex in exchange for McDonald's as part of an FBI-initiated vice sting. Detective Dan Dundas told Wyoming's K2 radio that the purpose of the initiative, called Operation Cross Country, "is to conduct vice operations to hopefully recover juveniles who have been sex trafficked, who have essentially been brought into the world of prostitution against their will and basically held in indentured servitude by pimps and other people who are involved in the sex trade."

No victims were discovered during the Casper sting.

But Casper cops did arrest four women, including one "who was listed as homeless," according to K2 radio. The women were booked on prostitution charges.

In addition, one man was charged in the Casper sting, for soliciting prostitution. He had responded to an ad posted by Casper police in which they pretended to be a woman offering sex in exchange for a quarter-pounder cheeseburger and french fries from McDonalds. When the man showed up with the food, he was arrested.

"Hooking for cheeseburgers isn't normal," Detective Dundas said.

And yet… pretending to be a woman offering sex in exchange for a freaking cheeseburger is something Casper police and the FBI did as part of an operation to "recover juveniles who have been sex trafficked."

This year's Operation Cross Country included 135 stings across the country. I'll post about the sting more broadly once I find out more information.

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  1. You want fries with that?

    1. + special sauce

      1. Eeeeewwww!

      2. If this had been in CA, it would have been “animal style” at the ol’ In’n’Out, if you know what I mean.

        1. Thread winner!

  2. Was he wearing a clown costume?

  3. The poll numbers in Utah are starting to make a little more sense.

    1. Fast food hookers from Wyoming have invaded Utah?!

      1. They support sausage egg and cheese McMullin.

        1. Biscuit or nothing.

          1. Amen to that.

          2. Biscuits McMullin?

      2. Fast food hookers from Wyoming

        Nice band name; but perhaps too similar to “Eddie from Ohio”.

  4. I never did trust that Hambugger character.

  5. “I was framed, robble robble.” – Pervy Hamburglar

  6. This story just makes me Grimace.

    1. Hammurderer and Grapist want a few words with you.

  7. When the man showed up with the food, he was arrested.

    Not sure they have enough on him, if that’s all he did. That’s like arresting every man who walks past a hooker with a wallet in his pocket.

    Maybe he felt bad for somebody so desperate, and was trying to help her out?

    1. That would certainly be my defense. This was charity. And if she wanted to sleep with me after because I was a nice guy, I might not say no. But really, I just wanted her to have a cheeseburger if she was that hungry.

      1. I’m guessing there are details we’re not privy to… like he made some sort of verbal deal before showing up with the meal. Like he asked for and was promised a Happy Ending in exchange for a Happy Meal.

        1. I agree, but unless he asked for the sex first when he showed up, my defense is still what you want to go with.

    2. “Not sure they have enough on him, if that’s all he did. That’s like arresting every man who walks past a hooker with a wallet in his pocket.”

      Don’t give them any ideas.

      1. “If you have a wallet in your pocket, I’m glad to see you!”

        /an even sluttier Mae West

        1. She was never slutty! Just bold and… available!

          1. “Goodness, that’s a big diamond!”
            “Goodness had nothing to do with it.”

      2. I think “loitering for immoral purposes” (or something along those lines) is a thing.

      3. You don’t have to walk past a hooker. Just having a wallet with cash in it is enough for civil forfeiture.

    3. Not sure they have enough on him, if that’s all he did. That’s like arresting every man who walks past a hooker with a wallet in his pocket.

      Dinner in exchange for sex? Vast swaths of this country where this exchange is routinely referred to as ‘dating’.

    4. The cops are more interested in getting the guy’s name in the news than in a conviction.

  8. “Hooking for cheeseburgers isn’t normal,” Detective Dundas said.

    How about sucking dick for a nugget?

    Eating ass for a slice?

    Tickling a foot for a hotcake?

    1. Getting it deep in the stuffin’ for a mcmuffin?
      Doing the rusty trombone for a ice cream cone?
      Make you squeal for a Happy Meal?

    2. Apparently Mr. Dundas has never heard of a kink.

      1. He’s also never heard of dating.

  9. “Hooking for cheeseburgers isn’t normal,” Detective Dundas said.

    So judgemental

    1. Indeed. Othering fast foodies is not okay!

    2. Hooking for cheeseburgers isn’t normal,” Detective Dundas said.”

      Big Mac for her Big Crack.

  10. “that the purpose of the initiative, called Operation Cross Country, “is to conduct vice operations to hopefully recover juveniles who have been sex trafficked”

    Bullshit. The purpose of the initiative is to preserve your little fiefdom, asshole.

    1. The purpose of the initiative is to preserve your little fiefdom, asshole.

      You could say that about every government initiative at every level since the dawn of time.

      1. And I would say that.

  11. “Hooking for cheeseburgers isn’t normal,” Detective Dundas said.

    Neither is pretending to hook for cheeseburgers, fella.

    1. Ding ding ding

  12. “No victims were discovered during the Casper sting.”

    There were victims alright. Just not who they said they were looking for.

  13. Hey little girl…want a happy meal!!!

  14. “Would you like your Happy Meal before or after your Cleveland Steamer?”

    1. Same thing.

  15. Not to be othering or anything, but can you imagine the kind of woman who shows up for sex for a value meal?

    “Wait, was she a big fat person?”

    1. “It rubs the lotion on it’s skin. It does this whenever it is told to.”

    2. Supersize me.

  16. Police in Casper, Wyoming, arrested four sex workers, including one who was homeless

    If a sex worker is homeless, it might be time get a new profession. I mean… I don’t mean to be insensitive, but if my byline were “homeless network administrator”…

    Perhaps “homeless internet commenter” would be more fitting.

    1. Perhaps “homeless internet commenter” would be more fitting.

      Tony already filled the position.

      1. This is why free wifi must be banned.

        1. “There’s no such thing as a free wifi.”

          1. Tell that to the homeless guy ‘batin in Times Square.

            1. So that’s where Tony is.

    2. “Homeless sex worker” sounds better than “crack whore”.

      I’m thinking these are people without a lot of other marketable skills.

      1. I just like the way “sex worker” has kind of taken on a life of its own.

        Given that most of us agree that (currently illegal) drugs should be legalized, is a street “drug dealer” a pharmaceutical worker?

        1. Sure, why not? Or perhaps “pharmaceutical distributor”.

          “Sex worker” does get to be a bit precious. I don’t really have a problem with it. It says what it means.

          1. Though it does seem like it should really be a broader term that refers to more than just prostitutes. And Marxists are sure to latch onto it as part of the whole “oppressed workers” thing.

            1. The term kind of was predicated on the idea that you could “organize” (usually assumed to be women) people in the ‘sex trades’ including “exotic dancers” into a kind of labor movement because they were more vulnerable than other people– I think.

              1. Which isn’t really a terrible idea. Though something more like a professional organization that sets standards and such would be better. Though then they might get accused of price fixing.

              2. Most of them already earn a lot of money. Unfortunately for them, most of them are also shit about holding onto it.

  17. When the man showed up with the food, he was arrested.

    I wonder if the police would’ve executed him on the spot (like they usually do – wink, wink!) if he had come over with a bouquet of roses instead….

    1. You know who else showed up to a place with an unassuming bouquet of roses?






      The TERMINATOR.

      1. I thought the answer was always supposed to be Hitler? Play the game right man.

        1. No, Hitler is the answer that you’re not supposed to actually give. Get your shit together or get off my internets.

          1. ^Tulpa

            1. Don’t tell anyone, okay?

              1. Our secret. From one Tulpa to another.

          2. You never answer your own question, either.

            The proper response is Bonasera.

            1. I don’t not know the meaning of that proper noun you gave, so I’m going to take it as disrespect.

              1. If you had come to me in friendship then this scum that ruined your daughter (for a cheeseburger) would be suffering this very day

  18. I’m loving it?.

  19. “When the man showed up with the food, he was arrested.”

    Jesus, there’s no lengths cops won’t go to in order to scam free food.

    1. If he would have had donuts, maybe they would have let him walk.

    2. They don’t call the sandwich a ‘hero’ for nothing. However, they do call cops heroes for nothing.

      1. If it’s spelled “gyro” anyone who tells me to pronounce “hero” can go fuck themselves. They had ample opportunity to transliterate the word from the Greek alphabet into any Latin alphabet spelling they saw fit. I personally would have chosen a phonetic spelling if I knew I would be getting my panties in a bunch every time someone “mispronounces” it. But alas, the common spelling is “gyro”, so it’s not a “hero” in English. If that’s wrong, take it up with whichever dead person borrowed the word and actively chose to apply a retarded spelling.

          1. lol refresh dammit.

            1. I knew it was commin’ 🙂

          2. I hear ya about the gyro, but I think a hero is just another name for a sub sandwich. *walks off lawn*

            1. Imagine having to repeat that screed every time you get corrected while ordering food at a Greek restaurant. It’s hard out there.

              1. That would make a better verse to the Lennon song!

        1. Now get off my LAWN! – Free Society

        2. They pronounce it Yee-roh. But with a little guh in front. Like trying to say Sartre if you don’t speak French. Mostly, you just say Sart.

          1. hell is other pronunciations

          2. Fucking Greeks can’t even talk right.

            1. Windex will fix that.

              1. Kills cockroaches, too.

          3. And another thing, fuck the French. They get all pissy when you don’t pronounce their surnames correctly while at the same time, your average Frenchman can’t be bothered to even try to pronounce the surname “Smith” or “Johnson” with any degree of accuracy. Now get off my chateau.

        3. “Hero” is something different from gyro and is synonymous with “grinder” or “sub”.

          Maybe you should just give it up and pronounce “gyro” properly. Seems like a lot of effort to get all aggravated about it. Amusingly, I’ve found that if I do pronounce it correctly, the server often has no idea what the hell I’m talking about.

          1. It’s pronounced gyro, like it’s spelled. Similar to the word “gyroscope”. If it was meant to pronounced in some other way, I guess the transliterators fucked it up.

            1. It’s pronounced both ways, as your experience has shown.

              1. Yet all the smug Nikki like correcto-nazis are firmly in the “hero” camp.

                1. When you go to a Mexican restaurant, do you complain that they don’t spell “tortilla” “torteeya”?

                  1. That’s why Trump doesn’t want Mexicans here. They always laugh at him when he says “gel a pee no”.

                  2. Yes. Vigorously. I also like to order those yummy kwesadillas.

        4. They had ample opportunity to transliterate the word from the Greek alphabet into any Latin alphabet spelling they saw fit.

          It is funny that you complain about its transliteration into the Latin alphabet and not the English. That transliteration is exactly correct, for (ancient) Greek into Latin.

          The problem is that neither modern Greek nor modern English are pronounced the way the alphabets they use were originally pronounced.

          Also, there is no English equivalent to the modern Greek pronunciation of ? and even the ancient pronunciation can’t be truly preserved in English because there’s no way to force a “hard g” pronunciation through spelling alone.

          1. Anecdote: a Korean waitress once corrected me on the pronunciation of bulgogi* by pointing to the spelling on the menu. As though that would clarify anything. Maybe she thought I could read Korean.

            * = apparently, the correct pronunciation is with two hard Gs whereas I softened the second G

          2. It is funny that you complain about its transliteration into the Latin alphabet and not the English. That transliteration is exactly correct, for (ancient) Greek into Latin.

            The English alphabet is merely a localized formulation of the Latin alphabet. It’s called the Latin alphabet regardless of which language it’s been adapted to, so I just called it what it is without, apparently, all the qualifiers you would like. But yeah sure on the issue of semantics, you really got me good.

            The problem is that neither modern Greek nor modern English are pronounced the way the alphabets they use were originally pronounced.

            But the word was borrowed in the modern era, you need not include archaisms to transliterate it.

            Also, there is no English equivalent to the modern Greek pronunciation of ? and even the ancient pronunciation can’t be truly preserved in English because there’s no way to force a “hard g” pronunciation through spelling alone.

            Correct, which is another reason why it’s so stupid to rag on people for pronouncing it “gyro”. When loan words enter a language, the grammar rules and sound system usually don’t come with it. Insisting that the foreign sound system and grammar rules should enter the language as well is as ridiculous as it is ignorant of linguistic change. Don’t piss on my leg and tell me it’s raining, that’s just not how it works.

            1. Lighten up, Francis.

              1. Chinese Pinyin pronunciation isn’t very close to the way you would pronounce it either. Reason doesn’t let me post in Chinese, but The Economist does, so I’ll just say “Grass Dirt Horse”.

                1. Unless “Grass Dirt Horse” was uttered by Warren Oates, or John Candy, or Bill Murray, you know that my comment was directed at kbolino.

              2. If Tony had a dime every time you adverted to Stripes, he would be a multi-millionaire Marxist instead of a penniless progressive.

  20. Woman: I’d do anything for a quarter pounder and some fries.
    Man: Anything? *zip*

    *bow chicka wow wow*

  21. Maybe I’m just old, but, how is posting an ad for sex-for-food an effective way of eating? It just seems that the idea is that the woman is hungry/starving…but going to the trouble of posting an ad, then waiting for a taker?

    Did this not raise any red flags for the interested parties?

    1. Men be dumb and bitches be crazy.

    2. You’d think someone that retarded would just bring cake.

  22. Detective Dan Dundas told Wyoming’s K2 radio that the purpose of the initiative, called Operation Cross Country, “is to conduct vice operations to hopefully recover juveniles who have been sex trafficked, who have essentially been brought into the world of prostitution against their will and basically held in indentured servitude by pimps and other people who are involved in the sex trade.”

    “…and lock them in cages against their will…”

    1. It’s for their own good.

    2. Or send them to rehab in Florida.

  23. The FBI involvement seems to blur state/federal lines under that ancient document we’re supposedly governed by (the Constitution).

    The feds can go after sex slavery, not because it’s sex, but because it’s slavery – the same way they can go after agricultural slavery. That doesn’t mean they have a general authority over sex or agriculture.

    The people used to agree, since they went to the trouble of amending the Constitution so the feds could address alcohol – a vice issue – and then they amended the Constitution back again (mostly) based on a desire to get the feds out of the area.

    Now it seems that amending the constitution is too time- consuming, and has too much of a risk of failure because of the supermajorities needed to do the amending, so the feds just go ahead and grab the powers they want.

    1. “The FBI involvement seems to blur state/federal lines under that ancient document we’re supposedly governed by (the Constitution).”

      Don’t worry, Hillary’s going to do away with that dusty old thing and the children will once again be safe.

  24. Remind me again. Which part is illegal? The sex part or the food part?

    1. For now the sex part, but I’m sure they’ll get around to banning the food. Especially once word gets out that hookers are trading happy endings for happy meals. The fact that it never actually happened will be conveniently forgotten.

      1. Neither is illegal on its own. Had the ad said “first dude to show up can fuck me”, it would have all been fine.

      2. Can’t they just seize McDonalds under asset forfeiture?

    2. If the John had shown up with Chik-fil-A could he claim a religious exemption?

  25. I’ll post about the sting more broadly

    By posing as a woman, eh, “Elizabeth”?

    1. As a woman, could she post any way but broadly?

  26. No victims were discovered during the Casper sting.

    Which is not to say there aren’t victims.

  27. “basically held in indentured servitude by pimps and other people who are involved in the sex trade.”

    What am I missing here? Wouldn’t a person in this position simply flag down the next cop car and ask for help? I assume the pimp enslaver isn’t standing there next to her with a gun 24/7 while she plies the trade.

    1. Look man, these poor victims being held in slavery are everywhere, you just don’t know it! You see thousands of them a day! And we have to do something! Don’t you watch the news?

    2. I suppose there could be threats to their families. Or they could be forced to live in brothels where it’s easier to keep them under supervision.

      But those things are far easier to do when consensual prostitution and sex slavery are treated the same under the law.

  28. The FBI demonstrated recently told us they are not going to perform the functions they were hired to do; so maybe we don’t even need that part of the bureaucracy.

    1. Yup, and don’t let them do forensic testing of hair samples anymore either.

  29. Was the man married, and in a just world wouldn’t the fast food-loving prostitute be held liable for the man breaking his wedding vows? I say yes.

    1. the prostitute appreciated his gestures the way his wife didn’t.

    2. But what if he was gay married?

      1. What if he was a gay married religious man, who made a vow to stay faithful to his gay wife? Huh?

      2. Then the prostitute should be forced to bake him a cake?

      3. Gay marriage isn’t like a straight’s marriage.

  30. He had responded to an ad posted by Casper police in which they pretended to be a woman offering sex in exchange for a quarter-pounder cheeseburger and french fries from McDonalds. When the man showed up with the food, he was arrested.

    This whole thing sounds like police-state bullshit, but I have to admit to seeing a small silver lining here…if this story is true then a really dimwitted man has been taken off the streets.

    1. Your handle takes on a whole new meaning with this story, my friend.

  31. Seriously, has “slavery” become a magic word like “interstate commerce” which, when pronounced, makes federalism disappear?

    Dealing with vice among consenting adults seems like a state responsibility (I’m not saying it’s a responsibility they’ve exercised responsibly).

    1. Slavery is the new children.

    2. I guess.

      The Federal government does actually have the constitutional power to police slavery. But this is getting a bit out of bounds.

      1. “The Federal government does actually have the constitutional power to police slavery.”

        And to arrest people trading food for sex in the pursuit of that, even when it doesn’t actually exist.

        So, I’ve read about several of these stings, none of which have turned up anything besides willing adult prostitutes and their clients. Shocking, I tell you.

        1. Yeah, it’s a BS excuse in this case. And as a justification for prostitution enforcement in general.

          How about making it legal for consenting adults to do whatever they want and then go after the relatively small number of people who force others into prostitution?

          1. “How about making it legal for consenting adults to do whatever they want and then go after the relatively small number of people who force others into prostitution?”

            But the children! /derp

          2. He should have arranged a “date” at McDonald’s. Then it would have been okay.

      2. “The Federal government does actually have the constitutional power to police slavery.”

        Which statement of mine are you refuting?

        The one where I said “Dealing with vice among consenting adults seems like a state responsibility”?

        1. I agreed with you, so I don’t know why you think I was trying to refute you.

          1. Sorry, I was a tad over-sensitive, maybe it’s the tinfoil hat I’m wearing.

            1. If a hoe is hooking for happy meals, chances are, you don’t deserve a break today.

              1. Is “clap” appropriate?

  32. “In addition, one man was charged in the Casper sting, for soliciting prostitution. He had responded to an ad posted by Casper police in which they pretended to be a woman offering sex in exchange for a quarter-pounder cheeseburger and french fries from McDonalds. When the man showed up with the food, he was arrested.”

    What if the guy just saw the ad, felt really sorry for how desperate this woman was, and wanted to give her some food for free??

    1. At least, that’s the defense I’d go with if caught by this sting.

    2. Nothing in life is free. Now if you need help with bail, please link a gofundme site titled “One of ENB’s Johns needs some $”.

  33. The headline should read:

    “Woman” offering “sex” in exchange for McDonald’s “meal” etc.

  34. I will gladly trade you Tuesday for a hamburger today.

    And by “Tuesday” I mean…

    OK, I think you got it.

    1. That’s a wimpy thing to say.

      1. It had a touch of Tuesday Weld.

  35. So every dinner date ever was illegal?

    1. There should be a law…

  36. I guess it’s all over for this chat room when the feds start a sting by posting an internet ad: ‘free orphan slaves, perfect for monocle polishing’.

    1. I think those “work from home ads” are a police honeypot. They’ve got deals so crazy, it’s felonious!

      1. I got a 1991 Honda Civic with a five-speed manual transmission working from home. I don’t think I’m doing it correctly.

  37. This article about McDonald’s cheeseburgers has triggered me to look up the Seattle unemployment rate. It’s 4.1%

    1. Seems to be about there every September. At the risk of feeding a troll, your point is what?

    2. What’s the workforce participation rate? UE stats are bogus.

    3. And triggered me to look at the results:

      The major conclusion one should draw from this analysis is that the Seattle Minimum Wage
      Ordinance worked as intended by raising the hourly wage rate of low-wage workers, yet the
      unintended, negative side effects on hours and employment muted the impact on labor earnings.
      The Seattle economy (as well as comparison regions in the state of Washington) is booming, and
      this strong macroeconomy has led to improved outcomes for low-wage workers. Yet, our best
      estimates find that the Seattle Minimum Wage Ordinance appears to have lowered
      employment rates of low-wage workers. This negative unintended consequence (which are
      predicted by some of the existing economic literature) is concerning and needs to be followed
      closely in future years, because the long-run effects are likely to be greater as businesses and
      workers have more time to adapt to the ordinance. Finally, we find only modest impacts on
      earnings. The effects of disemployment appear to be roughly offsetting the gain in hourly wage
      rates, leaving the earnings for the average low-wage worker unchanged. Of course, we are
      talking about the average result.

      1. More specifically, we find that median wages for low-wage workers (those earning less than $11
        per hour during the 2nd quarter of 2014) rose by $1.18 per hour, and we estimate that the impact
        of the Ordinance was to increase these workers’ median wage by $0.73 per hour. Further, while
        these low-wage workers increased their likelihood of being employed relative to prior years, this
        increase was less than in comparison regions. We estimate that the impact of the Ordinance was
        a 1.1 percentage point decrease in likelihood of low-wage Seattle workers remaining employed.
        While these low-wage workers increased their quarterly earnings relative to prior years, the
        estimated impact of the Ordinance on earnings is small and sensitive to the choice of comparison
        region. Finally, for those who kept their job, the Ordinance appears to have improved wages
        and earnings, but decreased their likelihood of being employed in Seattle relative other parts of
        the state of Washington.

        Ouch, baby.

  38. So, let me get this strategy strait… your stated purpose is to recover trafficked juveniles, so you set up a sting that could only find some stupid horny guy with a cheeseburger and in no way could possibly locate any actual trafficking victims? Brilliant police work right there.

    1. Went as planned.

      1. Maybe they figured the only client who would actually take the bait and come by with a quarter-pounder as payment would be Ronald himself.

        They figured they could nab both a creepy clown and a prostitution client with a single arrest. Less paperwork that way.

        1. They should have had them meet at McDonald’s. Then they could seize the whole business with asset forfeiture.

  39. RE: ‘Woman’ Offering Sex in Exchange for McDonald’s Meal Was Part of FBI-Led Ploy to Stop Sex-Trafficking
    “Hooking for cheeseburgers isn’t normal,” says detective from department that pretended to do so.

    Right.
    Hooking for cheeseburgers isn’t normal.
    Unless they’re the whoopers.

    1. “Hooking for cheeseburgers isn’t normal.
      Unless they’re the whoopers.”

      Reminds me of locker room joke I remember from way back in junior high:

      Why did the Dairy Queen get pregnant?
      Because the Burger King forgot to wrap his Whopper.

  40. an ad posted by Casper police in which they pretended to be a woman offering sex in exchange for a quarter-pounder cheeseburger and french fries from McDonalds. When the man showed up with the food, he was arrested.

    If they had made it a happy meal. they could have busted the guy for intent to have sex with a child.

  41. Really? Not one trailer park boys reference?

    1. Just a couple hours late

    2. Actually, the proper reference for this would be My Name Is Earl.

      ‘I’m not going to jail for a cheeseburger-handy!’

      Is there a YouTube clip of this for anyone to link to? I couldn’t find one.

  42. “You’re prostituting yourself for cheeseburgers again aren’t ya Randy?”

  43. I wonder how many McNuggets you’d have to add to get her to do anal.

  44. am i the only one who read that detectives name as “dumbass”?

  45. in which they pretended to be a woman offering sex in exchange for a quarter-pounder cheeseburger and french fries from McDonalds.

    I’m not that familiar with heterosexual mating practices, but I was under the impression that the usual rate is salad, a main course, and desert, sometimes even a movie.

  46. The premier squalor of legislators is corrupt virtue secured through garish violence inflicted cheaply and arrogantly on those enjoying the liberty of consensual endeavor.

    -some motherfucker chiseling shit into the side of this inept granite edifice called goddamn humanity

    1. AG, how dare you project such animadversions antithetical to agency and autonomy and amoral amorous assignations by maligning a maternal fornicator daring to dissever destiny from despair?

  47. They should have called it Operation: Happy Meal.

  48. How much real crime was ignored in Casper while this was going on?

  49. until I looked at the paycheck saying $4730 , I did not believe that…my… brother woz like actualy bringing in money part time from there computar. . there friend brother started doing this for less than 7 months and resently paid for the morgage on there home and bought a new Cadillac …….

    ……………… http://www.jobprofit9.com

  50. I got a google alert for this news story because the food for sex guy shared my name… 😐

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