Saturday, 18 October 2014

THIS IS THE SHORT STORY OF THIS SITE

For those coming here and wondering what it's all about - well in a nutshell it's about this ebay scammer called Amir Tofangsazan who sold a broken laptop and thought he got away with it... 4 million site hits between this and the parent site (dormant for over a month now) and we're still waiting for the little toe sucker to make good. Probably the easiest way to understand things is to click on the picture on the left and see what Wikipedia has on him.....click on the big text to see the current Wikipedia stuff, anyway, I'm just trying to make this site as interesting as possible for daily visits until Amir raises his perverted thieving head again!
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LOOKS LIKE THE LITTLE THIEVING SHIT MOVED ONTO BIGGER SCAMS! - I'll try and get some more info but if any of you have a friendly journalist friend they can apply for the court documents here. Thanks to 'anonymous' for the tip. If you click on the earliest archive on the right you can get a good idea of what this guy was all about. He was even interviewed on BBC radio were he denied everything (it's somewhere in the archives). I for one am very happy he was denied bail and hope he goes to prison where his homo-erotic tendencies and foot fetishes will have another outlet.

Saturday, 30 August 2014

Friday, 29 August 2014

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Drive-thru BROTHELS hailed a success after year-long trial in Switzerland… except by the escorts who say paying tax means they make less money 

  • Site in an old industrial part of west Zurich was opened last August
  • It has helpful signposts and discreet wooden 'sex boxes' for services  
  • But sex workers must have a permit and pay tax to use the facilities 
  • Sex workers' rights advocates say full decriminalisation is a better solution 

Zurich's drive-thru brothels have been hailed a success by Swiss social services, a year after they first opened.
The experiment in Switzerland's largest city began last August when the authorities opened Europe's first municipal drive-in brothel in an old industrial area.
It was hoped the initiative would slash the number of sex workers on the streets, while at the same time offering them a safer space to work. But not all of them are happy with the arrangements.
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Privacy... Two empty so-called 'sex boxes' at Zurich's sex drive-in, which has been hailed a success by Swiss social services one year after it first opened in an industrial site in the west of the city
Privacy... Two empty so-called 'sex boxes' at Zurich's sex drive-in, which has been hailed a success by Swiss social services one year after it first opened in an industrial site in the west of the city
A prostitute looks at the facilities: Sex workers agreeing to take part in the scheme have to get a permit and pay tax to avail of the drive-in's creature comforts, which include a laundry, showers and cafe
A prostitute looks at the facilities: Sex workers agreeing to take part in the scheme have to get a permit and pay tax to avail of the drive-in's creature comforts, which include a laundry, showers and cafe
Authorities admitted that some have complained their earnings have fallen since the new initiative began, and that they are too far from city centre bars and clubs.
Running the drive-in, which cost around 2million euros ($2.6 million; £1.6million) to set up, has also proved more costly than originally thought.

    Zurich's drive-thru brothel opened last August, with sex workers who agreed to move from their traditional haunts in the city centre allowed to ply their trade there safely and with a minimum of fuss.
    The site to the west of the city boasts helpful signposts and understated wooden drive-in 'sex boxes' where customers can be served in relative privacy in the comfort of their own cars.
    Sex workers agreeing to take part in the scheme did, however, have to get a permit and pay tax to avail of the drive-in's creature comforts, which include a laundry, showers and cafe.
    Smoke break: Zurich's drive-thru brothel opened last August, with sex workers who agreed to move from their traditional haunts in the city centre allowed to ply their trade there safely and with a minimum of fuss
    Smoke break: Zurich's drive-thru brothel opened last August, with sex workers who agreed to move from their traditional haunts in the city centre allowed to ply their trade there safely and with a minimum of fuss
    Kerb-crawling zone... A helpful pictogram informs any passers-by of exactly what  happens at the site
    Kerb-crawling zone... A helpful pictogram informs any passers-by of exactly what happens at the site
    They didn't have much choice in the matter. At the same time, Zurich launched a crackdown on unregulated prostitution and confined the oldest trade to just the drive-thru and two other zones.
    City are officials are pleased with the results. 'The new regulation of street prostitution has attained its objectives of protecting the population and the sex workers,' they said in a statement.
    Social services said that as well as protecting prostitutes, few neighbours were bothered by the comings and goings at the drive-in in the Altstetten district.
    No increase in street walkers had been noticed in the two other districts of the city where prostitution is tolerated, they said. 
    Crackdown: At the same time as opening the brothel and licensing two other parts of the city as paid-for sex zones, Zurich's authorities curtailed the sex trade across the rest of the city. (Picture posed by models)
    Crackdown: At the same time as opening the brothel and licensing two other parts of the city as paid-for sex zones, Zurich's authorities curtailed the sex trade across the rest of the city. (Picture posed by models)
    Residents had risen up in protest at the number of prostitutes descending after dark on the Sihlquai, a main street near the city centre, and the authorities were worried about human trafficking if the trade was left unregulated.
    'The first year of the service has been positive,' Zurich social services said in their statement.
    The number of prostitutes working in the drive-in averaged 15 a night, half the number who worked the old red-light area before the city stepped in to regulate the business.
    A spokesperson for the Sex Worker Open University, a group which campaigns for the rights of sex workers in the UK, told MailOnline that the initiative, while welcome, had its problems.
    'Any initiative that truly makes selling sex safer would be welcome, but the "cleaning up" of areas where people engage in commercial sex is often in the interests of the public rather than the sex worker, who is often made more vulnerable by losing earnings and being "tucked away" out of sight,' she said.
    'Sex worker rights advocates all over the world along with organisations such as World Health Organization, and UN Women all agree that full decriminalisation, rather than Swiss-style regulation and licensing, is the best human-rights based approach to keeping sex workers safe.'


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    Ayam Cemani: A Rare Chicken Breed That is Black Inside Out


    Black is not an uncommon color in the animal world; bears are black, gorillas are black, there are breeds of dogs and cats that are black. But this Indonesian chicken breed known as Ayam Cemani takes ‘black’ into an entirely different realm. The black color of Ayam Cemani is not limited to its feathers – the color is all over and even on the inside. Everything about this chicken is black – skin, beak, plume, tongue, legs, toe nails, even its meat, bones, and organs. Even bone marrow is black. Their blood, although not black, is very dark colored. Ayam Cemani is so spectacular and exotic that it is referred to as the “Lamborghini of poultry.”
    The word ‘Ayam’ means ‘chicken’ in Indonesian, and ‘Cemani’ translates to ‘completely black’ in Javanese. This exotic breed originated from Java in Indonesia. They were introduced to Europe in 1998 by a Dutch breeder, where they drew considerable interest amongst poultry enthusiasts due to its looks and genetic make up. Ayam Cemani is one of the most expensive chickens in the world with a single bird costing up to $2,500.
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    Ayam Cemani get their black coloring from a generic trait known as ‘fibromelanosis’, that promotes the proliferation of black pigment cells. The gene that causes fibromelanosis is a mutation that existed in Asia more than 800 years ago. The mutation made its way to other chicken variety, such as the Swedish Black Hen, or Svart Hona, which has the same fibromelanistic traits as the Ayam Cemani, and hence, as black as the Indonesian breed.
    In Asia, Ayam Cemani are highly regarded because their meat is believed to have mystical powers. Their meat is thought to be higher in Iron, therefore beneficial to women before and after childbirth. Birds are sometimes sacrificed during childbirth believing fortune will come to the labouring mother. The chicken is also sacrificed on other special occasions, as it is thought to bring luck. Some Asian people believe that eating this chicken will ease their conscience, and their crowing brings prosperity.
    The chicken lays cream-colored eggs – the only part of Ayam Cemani that is not black. However, being poor sitters, they don’t roost and therefore the only way to hatch eggs is to incubate.
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    Andy Lee House deliberately crashed his Bugatti Veyron to collect $2.2 million insurance. Faces 20 years jail

    Andy Lee House deliberately crashed his Bugatti Veyron to collect $2.2 million insurance. Faces 20 years jail
    Would you purposefully sink a $1 million vehicle to collect on insurance?
    Andy Lee House faces the prospect of 20 years jail after deliberately crashing his2006 Bugatti Veyron under the guise of collecting on a $2.2 million insurance policy he had on the automobile.
    The 39 year old Texan car dealer would plead guilty to wire mail fraud yesterday after he had sought to make good on his Bugatti valued at $1 million.
    Initially the man had told that he had accidentally veered off the road after reaching to answer his cellphone only to look up and see a Pelican, which he claimed led him crashing into La Marque Lagoon.
    Yet during the 2009 accident the man inexplicably left the engine running, allowing it to fill with salt water destroying the vehicle.
    Unknownst to Andy Lee House at the time of the ‘accident,‘ a passing motorist who had taken to admiring the Bugatti taken out his cell phone to record it, in turn capturing the car as it veered off the road and into the three feet of water.
    It wasn’t until investigators came across the video on Youtube (see below) that they were able to begin to make sense of the discrepancies in Andy Lee House’s account.
    Insurers would subsequently hit House with a lawsuit claiming fraud because there was no pelican in the video.
    Andy Lee House deliberately crashed his Bugatti Veyron to collect $2.2 million insurance. Faces 20 years jail
    Authorities say House had bought the 2006 Bugatti Veryon – one of the fastest vehicles in the world – with a $1 million interest-free loan from a friend and then bought insurance on it as a collector’s vehicle, valuing it at more than $2 million.
    The Veyron is considered the world’s fastest street-legal production car, with an everyday top speed of 213 miles per hour – but capable of reaching 253 mph. Only 300 of the cars were ever made.
    Using the video evidence in their lawsuit, the insurance company said House, who owns Performance Auto Sales in Lufkin, also made no attempts to brake.
    Philadelphia Indemnity said they found no skid marks on the road and said the car expert ‘left the vehicle running for over fifteen minutes while it was submerged until it died on its own causing unnecessary damage to the vehicle’s engine’. 
    Asked why he hadn’t cut the engine, House would offer he was ‘getting badly bitten by mosquitoes.’
    Kids are you doing sommersaults with your eyeballs yet?
    Andy Lee House deliberately crashed his Bugatti Veyron to collect $2.2 million insurance. Faces 20 years jail
    The insurance company also argued that the accident actually occurred outside the scope of a collector vehicle because House had put over 1,200 miles on the Bugatti during the three weeks he owned it, using it for errands and business trips.
    Gilbert Harrison of MCH Truck and Auto, who was called out to tow the vehicle at the time, also told that Andy Lee House ‘took the loss in his stride’. 
    Initially counter-suing, House demanding the withheld $2.2 million for his Bugatti before relenting and admitting he had staged the incident.
    Records would also show that House was convicted of an attempt to commit theft charge and an evading arrest charge in the 1990s.
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    Andy Lee House deliberately crashed his Bugatti Veyron to collect $2.2 million insurance. Faces 20 years jail
    Andy Lee House deliberately crashed his Bugatti Veyron to collect $2.2 million insurance. Faces 20 years jail