Monday, March 13, 2006

BE SUSPICIOUS OF FREE STRIP-O-GRAM

John Skinner, 54, described as a "retired salesman," lives in Atascadero, Calif. His life recently got interesting. Very interesting. The Tribune of San Luis Obispo picks up the tawdry tale:
Skinner, a retired salesman, said he was on his way to a 7 p.m. Bible study when an exotic dancer knocked on his door and offered him a free strip-o-gram.

The dancer, identified as Maureen Murphy, 25, told him a friend had already paid for the show.

When Skinner agreed to let her perform, Richard Adam forced his way through the door carrying a knife and told the man he owed $400.

Murphy and Leslie Talbert, 20, who work for Exclusive Review as exotic dancers, later told police that Skinner owed them money.

Skinner said he owed Talbert money for sex one time but not for a previous time when he said she fell asleep before they could have sex.

Murphy, who also owns an entertainment business named Bikini Assassins, told police he had "stiffed her" as well.

Adam tied Skinner’s hands behind his back and his feet with a lamp cord and telephone cord in the house, according to the police reports.

Skinner said Adam held a knife to his nose, eye and ear and said the pair needed to leave with money or a body part. He said Adam hit him in the face and cut the man’s foot when tying him up.

Murphy went upstairs to find valuables and returned with thong underwear and medication for erectile dysfunction.
See what happens when you pass up Bible study for a free stripper?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

How does Kornzakrakin weigh in?

kornzakrackin said...

Kornzakrackin sez: The prosecution rests! Here, amid serious stories of tornado tragedy and Aryan supremacists running for local office, we are treated to a tale that is utterly without merit or interest ... but hey! ... yuk, yuk, it involves strippers, thong underwear and other subjects fascinating to adolescent minds.
Maybe it all reflects life's rich pageant ... or maybe it just reflects a blogmeister who seems to be stuck in 8th grade mode. Disingenuously naming tabloid trash as a "tawdry tale" doesn't excuse running this stuff. Grow up, Ron!

Ron Davis said...

Like a moth to a flame, Korny.

DocLarry said...

Too bad korny still hides behind total anonymity. Yep, registered with blogger, but without a blog and without any details.

Move along, korny. You obviously are too old to read this blog. Why do you continue wasting your time here?

kornzakrackin said...

Yikes! I’ve been knee-capped by the blogmeister’s tough-guy henchman!

Why do I keep coming here, Doc? Because more than half the time, the gent who opens the metaphorical door is a well-informed, witty, passionate and opinionated critic of local media, manners and mores. In a world of darkness and deceit, he wields a beacon of illumination.

What bothers me is that some of the times the gent who opens the door turns out to be a Peeping Tom with a flashlight.

Sorry, Doc, but I cherish my anonymity ... from my Fortress of Solitude high in the Arctic, I will continue to fight for truth, justice and better blogs everywhere!

kornzakrackin said...

Yikes! I’ve been knee-capped by the blogmeister’s tough-guy henchman!

Why do I keep coming here, Doc? Because more than half the time, the gent who opens the metaphorical door is a well-informed, witty, passionate and opinionated critic of local media, manners and mores. In a world of darkness and deceit, he wields a beacon of illumination.

What bothers me is that some of the times the gent who opens the door turns out to be a Peeping Tom with a flashlight.

Sorry, Doc, but I cherish my anonymity ... from my Fortress of Solitude high in the Arctic, I will continue to fight for truth, justice and better blogs everywhere!

kornzakrackin said...

... and in my ongoing fight for justice, someday I'll figure out how to post on this durn blog without duplication!

Anonymous said...

Very well said, Kornzacrackin!

It would especially be a shame if anyone allowed doclarry's thuggish/whiny blog persona to drive them away from this forum. Ron does an amazing job of keeping Chatter interesting, inspiring and entertaining, all on his own, which is why I come here and why I intend to continue as a regular visitor and commenter.

I'm just not sure why Ron finds it necessary to keep this doclarry pit bull character around to bark at anonymous voices. If the guy weren't so pathetically funny (clearly unintentionally so), he'd almost be annoying.