Right Wing Tax Squads: 4chan doxxxes e-thots to the IRS

CaptainS

Pelican
Kid Twist said:
Yes, same idea with strip clubs, totally weird that you would go somewhere public and pay to ... get teased/not ever get to climax? The girls are "real" might be the only thing better in that scenario? None of these things make sense.

Most guys go to strip clubs to see women who, unlike their spouses, aren't morbidly obese and at least pretend to be sexual. It gives them something to think about when they're having sex with their wives. Except, these days, even strippers are getting chubby.

I've picked up 2 strippers, even dated one for a while. If you're looking for something other than a lap dance, drug game works. (Not an endorsement, just a statement of fact)


Thot Leader said:
The one stripper I've known personally told me her regular clientele didn't so much want sex acts as they needed a woman to talk to and who would listen to them. Yeah I'm sure she still gave tons of handies (and maybe more) but I believed her about this.

It's probably the same with camwhores. They aren't so much selling sexual release (which isn't that rare a commodity) as they are selling a warm interaction with a live woman (which is an extremely rare commodity).

Like all women, they say that and probably believe it but the guys are just friendzoned. If there was even a hint that the stripper was open to something sexual happening, all of those guys who "just wanted to talk" would jump on her in a second.

Women aren't interesting or sympathetic or entertaining enough for men to pay to talk to them. The guys all want something more but are too scared to say it.
 

Teedub

Ostrich
Other Christian
Gold Member
The kind of guys who pay e-thots would probably actually run a mile if genuine intimacy was suddenly offered. They'd be terrified.
 

Thot Leader

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Captainstabbin said:
Thot Leader said:
The one stripper I've known personally told me her regular clientele didn't so much want sex acts as they needed a woman to talk to and who would listen to them. Yeah I'm sure she still gave tons of handies (and maybe more) but I believed her about this.

It's probably the same with camwhores. They aren't so much selling sexual release (which isn't that rare a commodity) as they are selling a warm interaction with a live woman (which is an extremely rare commodity).

Like all women, they say that and probably believe it but the guys are just friendzoned. If there was even a hint that the stripper was open to something sexual happening, all of those guys who "just wanted to talk" would jump on her in a second.

Women aren't interesting or sympathetic or entertaining enough for men to pay to talk to them. The guys all want something more but are too scared to say it.

Read the sentence after the one you bolded. Yes, I would imagine she had sex for the right price. But I believed her insofar as a lot of pathetic middle aged men will literally pay a woman to talk to them since they are so thoroughly ignored by their wives. I'm not saying the stripper was a good listener, I'm saying men are so desperate they will trick themselves into believing anything that gets them face to face interaction.
 

jordypip23

Pelican
Gold Member
Thot Leader said:
Captainstabbin said:
Thot Leader said:
The one stripper I've known personally told me her regular clientele didn't so much want sex acts as they needed a woman to talk to and who would listen to them. Yeah I'm sure she still gave tons of handies (and maybe more) but I believed her about this.

It's probably the same with camwhores. They aren't so much selling sexual release (which isn't that rare a commodity) as they are selling a warm interaction with a live woman (which is an extremely rare commodity).

Like all women, they say that and probably believe it but the guys are just friendzoned. If there was even a hint that the stripper was open to something sexual happening, all of those guys who "just wanted to talk" would jump on her in a second.

Women aren't interesting or sympathetic or entertaining enough for men to pay to talk to them. The guys all want something more but are too scared to say it.

Read the sentence after the one you bolded. Yes, I would imagine she had sex for the right price. But I believed her insofar as a lot of pathetic middle aged men will literally pay a woman to talk to them since they are so thoroughly ignored by their wives. I'm not saying the stripper was a good listener, I'm saying men are so desperate they will trick themselves into believing anything that gets them face to face interaction.

In some markets / cities, the line between stripper & escort / prostitute is extremely blurred & overlaps. And in such areas the whole stripper thing is just a front or a facade to actual prostitution. And a good majority of the time, the proceeds are used to finance more drug purchases / house fees to the pimp or madam / alcohol / makeup / upkeep / lavish trips, etc.
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
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“Southern”? Is she related to Lauren Southern? There is a family resemblance when you look at pictures of Jess and Lauren. Attention whoring runs in the Southern sisters’ genes if they are related.
 

Cobra

Ostrich
Gold Member
Regarding this thread. As a CPA my opinion is:

IRS does not give a shit!

They have bigger fish to fry no matter how much animosity people feel against thots.

Good day, sirs!
 

Dr. Howard

 
Banned
Gold Member
Cobra said:
Regarding this thread. As a CPA my opinion is:

IRS does not give a shit!

They have bigger fish to fry no matter how much animosity people feel against thots.

Good day, sirs!

Disagree, a lot of the IRS civil and criminal investigations come from people with vendettas ratting each other out. They are easy leads.

On top of that, these women are all using payment processors to take their thot donations. Its a simple request for those records and even simpler if they crossed the 1099-k threshold and never reported it. That is why the smarter ones have 'wish lists' on Amazon that people buy off of and send to them. Much harder to audit.

All that being said, its likely just the dumb ones that would get caught. Seasoned strippers I met back in the day were very business savvy. They knew they were working in a barely legal cash business that also involved drugs and prostitution. They were already thinking about how to stay off the government radar in general. I would imagine that e-thots that take the effort to promote themselves are 'business minded as well, or have a manager who is.
 

CaptainS

Pelican
budoslavic said:


“Southern”? Is she related to Lauren Southern? There is a family resemblance when you look at pictures of Jess and Lauren. Attention whoring runs in the Southern sisters’ genes if they are related.


If you believe those reports that made her go into hiding, actual whoring runs in the family too.
 

david.garrett84

Kingfisher
Protestant
Dr. Howard said:
Cobra said:
Regarding this thread. As a CPA my opinion is:

IRS does not give a shit!

They have bigger fish to fry no matter how much animosity people feel against thots.

Good day, sirs!

Disagree, a lot of the IRS civil and criminal investigations come from people with vendettas ratting each other out. They are easy leads.

On top of that, these women are all using payment processors to take their thot donations. Its a simple request for those records and even simpler if they crossed the 1099-k threshold and never reported it. That is why the smarter ones have 'wish lists' on Amazon that people buy off of and send to them. Much harder to audit.

Can you convince me that anything fundamental has changed at the IRS since the Obama days, when the Tea Party organizations were audited? If not, I see it as a total dead end.

Flagging account after account related to e-whoring will just lead them to conclude that “rightwing” elements are “misogynistically harassing” these women.

This is, after all, the same group of government people who have categorically refused to put perennial tax dodger Al Sharpton in jail.

To their credit, the IRS seems very efficient and competent in politically neutral cases, but whenever a protected group or PC celebrity does not pay taxes, I do not hear anything about it.

I am certain, for example, that Alyssa Milano vocally got behind the #PoundMeToo farce to not only combat her attention deprivation syndrome but also to avoid prosecution by the feds for her taxes debacle. Meanwhile, Wesley Snipes, black but not a SJW, got jailed.
 

Dr. Howard

 
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david.garrett84 said:
Dr. Howard said:
Cobra said:
Regarding this thread. As a CPA my opinion is:

IRS does not give a shit!

They have bigger fish to fry no matter how much animosity people feel against thots.

Good day, sirs!

Disagree, a lot of the IRS civil and criminal investigations come from people with vendettas ratting each other out. They are easy leads.

On top of that, these women are all using payment processors to take their thot donations. Its a simple request for those records and even simpler if they crossed the 1099-k threshold and never reported it. That is why the smarter ones have 'wish lists' on Amazon that people buy off of and send to them. Much harder to audit.

Can you convince me that anything fundamental has changed at the IRS since the Obama days, when the Tea Party organizations were audited? If not, I see it as a total dead end.

Flagging account after account related to e-whoring will just lead them to conclude that “rightwing” elements are “misogynistically harassing” these women.

This is, after all, the same group of government people who have categorically refused to put perennial tax dodger Al Sharpton in jail.

To their credit, the IRS seems very efficient and competent in politically neutral cases, but whenever a protected group or PC celebrity does not pay taxes, I do not hear anything about it.

I am certain, for example, that Alyssa Milano vocally got behind the #PoundMeToo farce to not only combat her attention deprivation syndrome but also to avoid prosecution by the feds for her taxes debacle. Meanwhile, Wesley Snipes, black but not a SJW, got jailed.

The IRS has not changed for high profile cases, but high profile also means that those being chased have the money to defend themselves. I don't think e-thots can just write a $50k check to hire the experts required to make an audit or exam 'political'. You need to have cash, or political connections to have upper level IRS staff walk down to the auditors floor, tap someone on the shoulder and tell them to "close the case and move on to the next one"

e-thots would get caught up in the 'machine' which grinds up regular people in a politically neutral way. They would end up in a small business audit, which is "show me all of your receipts" and then "show me all of your bank statements and explain all of the money that came in". That or they would get caught in 'automated under reporter' audits which is "tell us why your tax return does not match your 1099s from paypal"

Celebrities either get a pass, or get a hammer. The IRS goes "no-mercy" on celebrity tax cases that don't have political intervention because the publicity 'sets an example' for us 'regular citizens' watching it on the news.
 
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