He doesn’t even have enough for a cab, but he flagged one down anyway. He explained to the driver that he would pay him back next time and gave him his phone number, but the driver told him, “Get the fuck out of my cab.”So he walked all the way to the airport and got home. Some times rolls by and he decides to go back to Vegas again and this time he wins BIG. He gets his bags and is ready for the airport with all his new winnings. There are a line of cabs and at the very end he sees the driverRead More →

New South Wales (NSW) has the most liberal legislation on prostitution in Australia, with almost complete decriminalisation, and has been a model for other jurisdictions such as New Zealand. Brothels are legal in NSW under the Summary Offences Act 1988.[36] The main activities that are illegal are: living on the earnings of a prostitute, although persons who own or manage a brothel are exempt causing or inducing prostitution (procuring: Crimes Act s.91A,B) using premises, or allowing premises to be used, for prostitution that are held out as being available for massage, sauna baths, steam baths, facilities for exercise, or photographic studios advertising that a premiseRead More →

The premise of Zuiikin’ English was simple. Native Japanese speakers could learn conversational English more easily if they associated language with movement, a theory backed up by cognitive research. Verde also believed that different cultures should target unique sets of muscles for maximum learning — the lower back and leg muscles, in the case of the Japanese. (This appears to be Verde’s own idea, though we wonder what muscles Americans would be assigned.) Each themed episode began with a brief introduction by Verde, followed by a subtitled skit introducing English phrases and a “commonly used” English sentence, like “How dare you say such a thingRead More →