That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

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A list of only 200 people at a random, non-high end place and they got Kraft plus someone bigger? Odds of that seem small. I wonder if Kraft and/or the other guy being there is what drew attention to the place.
 

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Patricia from Boston wasn't happy with their service.
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This one is the best. Happy Mother’s Day Mom!

I saw the reviews and wasn't sure about going here. That's why I decided to write a review. It was wonderful. I go there whenever I can visit. I have given my mother gift certificates as well.
 

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This one is the best. Happy Mother’s Day Mom!
An ex’s parents gave us gift certificates to a massage place in NJ that ended up getting busted for this same thing. All I got was a crappy massage though and some lady hitting my feet for like 20 minutes.

Maybe I should’ve said “Fidelio” or something.
 

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A list of only 200 people at a random, non-high end place and they got Kraft plus someone bigger? Odds of that seem small. I wonder if Kraft and/or the other guy being there is what drew attention to the place.
Seems very unlikely for 2 guys with 9 to 10 figure net worths (and other "very notable" individuals) would all end up at one of 5 run of the mill massage parlors. Who knows why.
 

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@Rovin Romine, you're a Florida attorney down in that neighborhood. Why don't you tell the people exactly what 'solicitation' is and what it takes for prosecutors to prove it?
It essentially means what you think it means: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0700-0799/0796/Sections/0796.07.html

Kraft will be charged with 2(f) or 2(i), depending.

Most defenses are factual, but you can't effectively argue that you were surprised a *second* time. Well, I couldn't at least, but I imagine someone could put a good face on it.
 

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An ex’s parents gave us gift certificates to a massage place in NJ that ended up getting busted for this same thing. All I got was a crappy massage though and some lady hitting my feet for like 20 minutes.

Maybe I should’ve said “Fidelio” or something.
I've worried about this. I have been to one of these massage parlors (is that even the right term?) just trying to get a real massage. I did get a legit massage, thankfully, and I had no idea that it could be a place like that. I just paid for a massage and left a tip and it was all fine, but now I worry that I went to a place where I could potentially have been busted.
 

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Holy shit Dick Palmer is fucking awesome.
I doubt that ‘awesome’ was her real name.


An ex’s parents gave us gift certificates to a massage place in NJ that ended up getting busted for this same thing. All I got was a crappy massage though and some lady hitting my feet for like 20 minutes.

Maybe I should’ve said “Fidelio” or something.
My understanding is that the phrase is ‘let’s talk about making this more expensive’.
 

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I've worried about this. I have been to one of these massage parlors (is that even the right term?) just trying to get a real massage. I did get a legit massage, thankfully, and I had no idea that it could be a place like that. I just paid for a massage and left a tip and it was all fine, but now I worry that I went to a place where I could potentially have been busted.

Nice preemptive cover story
 

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I've worried about this. I have been to one of these massage parlors (is that even the right term?) just trying to get a real massage. I did get a legit massage, thankfully, and I had no idea that it could be a place like that. I just paid for a massage and left a tip and it was all fine, but now I worry that I went to a place where I could potentially have been busted.
I bet you also read the articles...
 

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In the simulacrum

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He should have changed out of that blue shirt with a white collar...dead give away.

This was just fucking dumb. We all thought of him as a drunk but maybe he’s senile too. As Marciano mentioned, there’s in calls and if you’re worried about them coming to your home, there’s out calls too. I highly doubt a random hooker would know who kraft was if he came to her location and paid cash.
 

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Lawyers: If Kraft decides to just stay out of Florida, would they aggressively try to extradite and arrest him? Clock killin' Bob in other words.
Well, the other question in that scenario is what Baker would do isn’t it? Not 100% sure he’d extradite...dude may have to run for re election and probably is buddies with Kraft anyway
 

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A list of only 200 people at a random, non-high end place and they got Kraft plus someone bigger? Odds of that seem small. I wonder if Kraft and/or the other guy being there is what drew attention to the place.
The implication is that there is more than one place busted; and the list of Johns from that one parlor.
 

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This story has me annoyed. First yes, because Kraft was doing this dumb shit.
But also because a lot of the attacks on social media feel to have a little to do with his relationship with Trump (which I will never understand) being used against him. I saw a few people calling him a family values conservative, which he is not, particularly not in the derogatory way they are using the term. And I wonder how much of this story is about that more than him getting an afternoon tug.
 

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If anyone is interested, the drive time Denver sports talk radio hosts think a $2M fine, forced to relinquish the team to Jonathan and banned from all football activities for a year is what's likely coming. They mentioned that the NFL just had a human trafficking incident right before the Superbowl so the optics are bad. Also that with the Pats history of cheating with recording the coaches on the sidelines, Spygate, taping the Rams walk-through (which they didn't even get punished for!!) and Deflategate, the league will come down much harder on them than if it was anyone else. Then there was mention of the precedent of Donald Sterling in the NBA and Richardson in the NFL. There's a lot of stupid out there.
 

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Looks like Matthew Slater isn’t the only one in the organization that consistently calls heads.
Am I to understand that “heads”’ for Slater is the coin toss call and “heads” for Kraft is a blow job? If true, I don’t know where you went to humor school but that doesn’t fucking work. Hard pass on that “joke”.