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  1. #37

    The Correct Price

    Am I paying too much or not enough? If I pay too much I'm sure she will sit on her ass at the Del Rey for weeks insisting that the next guy pay her as much. If I don't pay her enough will she give me service that reflects her irritation about my being cheap? Quite a quandary. I think I'll pay her what I think it is worth to me. I have an idea of what the minimum price should be from going to MPs. Girls at the MPs generally work for $20 to $35 per hour for basic service. When they up charge for premium services it runs the price up to $40 to $55 per hour (what they receive for their service not including the room). For years I have watched women at the Del Rey grab a guy go upstairs and 15 minutes later come back $80 to a hundred richer. There is a reason why they work at the Del Rey. The guy thinks he paid $80. What he really paid is $320 to $400 per hour. I kind of think he overpaid. I pay for the quality of experience that I receive. What I get from a woman and what anyone else gets is not the same. What I seek from a woman is not for her to go through the motions to get me off. I can get myself off. I want the best that I can get from her. To achieve this I have to get her to forget that she is working and get her to show me a part of herself that she reserves for people that she cares about. This is the GFE that I seek not a checklist of services I want included. I don't negotiate services. I rarely mention what I plan to pay. I just say, let's go. The interaction that I have with a woman is much more than just getting off. I want to know the person that I am with to some extent. I want to be with someone that I like being with not just someone that I find attractive. I generally get two to five hours in the room with women I take and pay from $100 to $150. It comes down to being extremely selective about who I take.

  2. #36

    Thank you Ultrahappy

    Ultrahappy tells it like it is, that before you critic that one is overpaying you should contribute what is the correct price.

    http://www.InternationalSexGuide.nl/forum/showthread.php?p=1949024

  3. #35

    Cerebro's report

    Here is an excellent report by Cerebro. He takes his time to write excellent reports with useful information.

    http://www.InternationalSexGuide.nl/forum/showthread.php?p=1763190

  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by Prolijo
    Note, I was also questioning the merit of this report as one of DISTINCTION. I'm glad Tequila had a good time on his trip despite his many mistakes (hopefully he learned from them, although I'm not overly optimistic he's even aware of many of them). Most of those mistakes could EASILY have been avoided if he had taken more time to read this forum BEFOREHAND.
    Newbies on ISG often write summary reports that are selected as reports of distinction. I'm thankful for that because I can get an feel for a destination without plowing through 30 pages of crap to find the few nuggets I need. Wouldn't surprise me if this was one of Jackson's selection criteria. If I like what I read in the RODs, then I'll plow through the 30 pages.

    Before the world wide web existed forums (called newsgroups then) usually had a FAQ. It was accurate and maintained with pride. Forum FAQs that are actually useful have all but disappeared. I know that's why I wrote a summary report of my first trip to Angeles. And, yes, it was selected as a ROD.

  5. #33

    Reports of distinction

    Quote Originally Posted by Lorenzo
    Actually, Prolijo, there is, as I have pointed out before. If you notice, nearly every report that Jackson recommends for distinction has been posted by a relatively new poster, always a Regular Member and nearly always someone with 20 or fewer posts to his name. Several times I have seen a first post recommended for distinction by Jackson. By contrast, excellent posts by veteran posters are never so recommended. So what is the strategy? Very simple; to get the newbies to keep coming back to the forum and becoming paid members. Clever.

    L
    Never realized, but makes sense. May be we veterans should take it upon ourselves to recommend the real reports of distinction. I have been a member of ISG and its predecessor boards for decades and decline in the quality of reports of distinction has indeed made it difficult over the last several years to quickly become knowledgeable about a new place.

  6. #32

    Great overview of hotel and beach options by Stevewxly


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  8. #30

    The "list"...

    One of the best "list" about San Jose, everything in one report and for a newbie as me thinking to come to CR a very usefull list.

    Muchas gracias WorldTravel69 !

    http://www.InternationalSexGuide.nl/forum/showthread.php?p=772309

  9. #29

    It was distinctive

    How else can you describe it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lorenzo
    Actually, Prolijo, there is, as I have pointed out before. If you notice, nearly every report that Jackson recommends for distinction has been posted by a relatively new poster, always a Regular Member and nearly always someone with 20 or fewer posts to his name. Several times I have seen a first post recommended for distinction by Jackson. By contrast, excellent posts by veteran posters are never so recommended. So what is the strategy? Very simple; to get the newbies to keep coming back to the forum and becoming paid members. Clever.

    L

  10. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Prolijo
    Note, I was also questioning the merit of this report as one of DISTINCTION.....Frankly, there seems to be no rhyme or reason for what Jackson recommends for posting as distinctive.....
    Actually, Prolijo, there is, as I have pointed out before. If you notice, nearly every report that Jackson recommends for distinction has been posted by a relatively new poster, always a Regular Member and nearly always someone with 20 or fewer posts to his name. Several times I have seen a first post recommended for distinction by Jackson. By contrast, excellent posts by veteran posters are never so recommended. So what is the strategy? Very simple; to get the newbies to keep coming back to the forum and becoming paid members. Clever.

    L

  11. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi1000
    Regarding Tequila's report: His experience is the kind I do not understand. It appears that he goes to CR to Monger. Then he pays 100 bucks for a CBJ and LK, with several providers. It is really a joke to me! Why go all that way for basically nothing more than you can get at your local MP. Can anyone explain this to me?
    Note, I was also questioning the merit of this report as one of DISTINCTION. I'm glad Tequila had a good time on his trip despite his many mistakes (hopefully he learned from them, although I'm not overly optimistic he's even aware of many of them). Most of those mistakes could EASILY have been avoided if he had taken more time to read this forum BEFOREHAND.

    I'm also appreciative that he was willing to share his experiences with the rest of us upon his return. I wish more people would do that. HOWEVER, IMHO, holding this report out as some example for others to follow or to learn from is the last thing we should be doing. If this is an example of where this forum is going with reports like these being cited as the best ISG has to offer, then we've really come to a sorry state of affairs and I have to seriously rethink my association with this board.

    Frankly, there seems to be no rhyme or reason for what Jackson recommends for posting as distinctive. Personally, I think whatever Jackson nominates should at least be "seconded" by someone other than the original poster himself. In other words, you shouldn't post your own reports to this section. If the reports are really that good then someone else will post the link.

    (btw, Mexidan also just posted a link to his own report here, but in that case I'd actually second Jackson's nomination as it really was a good report)

  12. #26
    Regarding Tequila's report: His experience is the kind I do not understand. It appears that he goes to CR to Monger. Then he pays 100 bucks for a CBJ and LK, with several providers. It is really a joke to me! Why go all that way for basically nothing more than you can get at your local MP. Can anyone explain this to me?

  13. #25
    Update on the goings on in SJO, Presidente, Low Rent places, etc.

    http://www.InternationalSexGuide.nl/forum/showthread.php?p=747398

  14. #24
    My takeaways from SJO (and my first time posting something in the ROD, hope I don't mess it but just in case here is the link and the post number.

    Salud!

    T

    http://www.InternationalSexGuide.nl/forum/showthread.php?p=742744


    http://www.InternationalSexGuide.inf...d.php?p=742744

  15. #23

    San Jose, Zona Blue, March 2008

    As requested by Jackson, a link to my report

    The authorís experiences (some very good and some not so good) at Zona Blue, San Jose.

    [post]727621[post]

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