Vegas Jen-5884

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About Vegas Jen-5884

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    36G soft and sultry GFE
  • Birthday 01/06/1972

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    Las Vegas, NV
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  • Biography
    mature, soft, and sultry 34G GFE
  • Location
    Las Vegas, NV
  • Interests
    I love the outdoors... Boating, hiking, gardening... TRAVEL!!! ;-) And of course, the ultimate hobby
  • Occupation
    Entertainnent coordinator/Fantasy fulfiller

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  1. For the love of...

    Quit whining... I see your east coast and raise you Portland, OR (my home town) so ha!!! It could always be worse, and at least the rain keeps the wildfires at bay... :-)
  2. False Images..

    'Equivalent' implies that we are interchangeable and generic. How unfortunate for anyone to minimalize their uniqueness in such a way. If safety is the main concern, such ladies are in the wrong business. If its simply discretion the lady seeks, blurred pics or no pics is the honest and respectable approach.
  3. Gramps

    If I had a dollar for every gentleman who told me I reminded him of someone from his younger days (often a younger version of his wife, lol)... Oh wait, I get several dollars every time that happens! But seriously, this is so very correct. Many men choose us simply for the opportunity to reminisce about their youth in general, an old fling, a one time fantasy crush that they never acted on, etc...
  4. Selective Providing....

    Regarding all the potential woes of decriminalization, ie laws restricting the right to decline service... as long as lawyers and psychiatrists can legally decline to see/represent clients and parents have the right to choose whomever they wish to care for their children regardless of prejudice, I really dont think we have much to worry about... Just keeping things in perspective here...
  5. Selective Providing....

    In which case he becomes 'just a John'... that nice generic name for men who have (or deserve) no real identity. :-) (no offense to anyone actually named John, lol.) But seriously, ignore him and KNOW you are far more and far better than any stupid label...
  6. Selective Providing....

    Some people forget that we are people too. They view us as a product instead of a service provider. Its dehumanizing and disgusting behavior that no one, regardless or their job, race, gender, religion, etc, etc should ever have to endure.
  7. Selective Providing....

    At this point, I wouldnt even dignify him with any more replies. Let him rant all he wants. And let those rants fall on deaf ears. Thats his problem, not yours. You are an independent contractor providing a service. Not all that different from a construction company who chooses which projects to bid on from those which are available and seeking bids... No one tells them which ones they must bid on or how to present it. Or which ones to accept. Thats ALWAYS at the discretion of the contractor. Same goes for us ladies...
  8. False References

    Roger that! Um, I mean okie dokie Mr J.R. Wolfe!!! ;-) I wish more folks would play by your set of rules, sir...
  9. False References

    I can only speak from my own experience/observation here, but there are some very catty and competitive people out there. Some areas seem to be worse than others and since I am fairly new to the Denver scene, I have yet to form an opinion here... That said, I have never heard of a lady giving a bad reference in the way JRwolf mentioned, but I have witnessed providers contacting the hobbiest to either bad-mouth the lady he was considering and/or to try and guilt/persuade him into seeing her instead.
  10. False References

    Also, make sure that the ladies you use as references are both aware of it and are ok with it. Some women get pretty irritated about being contacted for references (especially when they are either very busy and have little time to respond or when their business is slow and they view the reference as a potential client lost.) A little consideration goes a long way... Besides, you dont want your reference's bad attitude to become part of our first impression of YOU...
  11. Newbie to TOB, saying hello.

    Welcome back into the fold! Ask away...
  12. Tonight at around 10:30ish? Coming into DIA!

    Well, if he is coming from Vegas that explains a lot. 10:30pm is when things are just picking up here and the wording of his ISO is (unfortunately) pretty much common place for Vegas boards. So he is likely just keeping things par for the course, lol.
  13. HOT IN HERE!!

    Vegas has been just as hot as Phoenix this past week... Which is why I hit the road to the mountains, lol.
  14. off the clock time and extended dates

    In response to the question about a regular business person spending (or not spending) time otc with their customers... Hopefully this comes across as relevant, lol... Before making this my primary gig, I worked in advertising sales for a regional magazine. All I HAD to do was go in, present the product, close the sale and move on. But I CHOSE to spend time getting to know my customers, going to lunch, etc. My commission did not change because of the extra time I spent, but my retention rate was phenomenal. That extra bit of otc time spent in the beginning made my job leaps and bounds easier down the road. When the other sales staff were busting their butts every month trying to find new business because half of their previous accts moved on, my acct base continued to grow at a nice easy pace and eventually, I was getting paid my monthly commissions just for having lunch with my new friends and maintaining their loyalty to our product. The same philosophy applies here. Its a twist on the 'work smarter, not harder' concept.
  15. I think I can say this ...

    And this right here is the problem... I am not the said lady and while I don't like speaking for others, my best guess right now is that she thought you were LE baiting her in with a conversation like that. I think most ladies would run for the hills if a potential client took a pre-visit conversation in that direction. This is a cardinal sin... You NEVER discuss activities! Its the first lesson in 'Hobby 101' class...