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Not going to go into my individual experiences in both places, but had a call earlier this week. Guy spends almost half an hour on the phone talking about what he wants done, saying he'll do an overnight. Says he'll send me a $500 deposit, pay me for an overnight, then give me $100 for each of the 4 or 5 times he cums. Just goes into a whole detailed schedule and explanation about everything. I was just thinking to myself this guy is totally full of shit, but I'm going to give the benefit of the doubt.

 

Well, after I got off the phone I seen he had a bad client star-rating on men4rent from 2 years ago, which confirmed my suspicions. All that shit talk amounted to nothing and I didn't expect anything from it.

 

He says he was from Ohio. I was like okay, here we go again. I'm not even IN Ohio. I'm 2 time zones away and this guy STILL manages to get ahold of me. I just find both Ohio and Indiana and even Pennslyvania, outside of Philadelphia just seems to have the worst case of fantasist, unrealists out there. Indiana is super bad with it, despite me meeting 1 of my best clients (who sadly is now deceased) from Indy who seen me for a night and then took me on vacation with him...it's awful. I went to Ohio earlier this year, and all contacts were dead wood. One guy was saying he wanted me for like an hour or 2, and for me to shoot 3 big loads...went into all the details how he absolutely wanted a fire-hydrant each time you came. I'm like dude...you're totally un-realistic.

 

What gives?

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Joey,

The world is full of men like the ones you describe. However, I don't think that their geography has anything to do with their antics.

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Joey,

The world is full of men like the ones you describe. However, I don't think that their geography has anything to do with their antics.

 

LOL, but specifically that region. I dated a guy who is originally from Indiana and he seemed like a really nice guy, but I've told him about it as well, he just kind of mentioned that the people were odd or something he said I can't remember.

 

But don't you think it's a bit strange? It's like a certain type of inquiry and calls come from out the area. Ohio callers just seem to want to talk to you for hours and days and jam up your lines and not do anything. Whereas Indy callers seem to put out an interest, and not really make it happen. They just play you, and play you, and play you. There's men like that all over the world, but some areas seem to have them concentrated moreso than others.

 

Where I'm at now...people don't do those kinds of things. It's just not acceptable or the norm. But some areas seems to have people who love to do it.

 

Well being from Michigan, naturally I think something is odd about people from Ohio and Indiana...but then again we dont like anyone.

 

I have this one person from Virginia every other month calls me with some mess.

 

I would have blocked the number lol.

 

I never been to Michigan, but I've met people from Detroit area in the past.

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Joey - could have something to do with your attitude.:( I thought we got you out of that while you were in Palm Springs. And thanks for lumping all of us together.:mad:

 

Ohh Oliver! Couldn't you tell I was drunk the entire time in PS, I don't remember anything! lol, j/k. No, but maybe other people have experienced the same thing, as I doubt this is only something I've noticed. Yes I know, I know you are from Ohio. But...I said "callers" rather than 'clients' because I don't consider every call to be a client. You're an exception.

 

It's not so much lumping everyone together, but there seems to be more out of that area than others. And there must be a reason. The last person who contacted me from Ohio already had a bad men4rent rating from 2011...so that's not related to my attitude. That's irrelevent to anything...

 

I'm not trying to be mean, but there has to be a reason why some areas seem to have a higher amount of people who like to spend 30 minutes on the phone, or spend a week texting to set up an appointment and them not have any intentions on it. I'm just trying to get an understanding. I can speak for places that are very conservative or just don't 'do this' kind of thing...but you just won't receive calls from that area. You'll get your 1 or 2 clients from the area, but you won't get 50 million calls and emails from people who are never going to do anything. To me, that's just kind of malicious in a way. If they don't have anything nice to do, then don't do it at all. It's just like, whyt bother?

 

You're from Ohio...maybe you can enlighten me. Cute avatar btw...Happy Halloween.

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An observation: I grew up in River Forest, Illinois, which is just west of Oak Park, Illinois, which some people know for Ernest Hemingway or Frank Lloyd Wright. Anyway:

 

People think that "midwesterners" like Ohio and Indiana are friendly. If one has listened to the recent World Series, one has heard how "Friendly" everyone in St. Louis is.

 

I can't speak for ST. Louis [the "Show me" state, and home of Truman, and you know what HE did], but the rest of the midwest is very superficial. No one recognizes it because they all seem so friendly. Get to the bottom of it, though, and one would realize that it's all very superficial. I'll try to get the lyrics to "The Iowa Way" from The Music Man.

 

Something I [learned | heard] years ago was that New Yorkers [NYC'ers, that is] seem very cold. They have too: How many millions are crammed into Manhatten? But, once people are a known quantity, they are really quite charming and personable. Same with New Englanders: Cold at the outset, but very warm and accomadating once you're "let in". [This spoken after nearly 40 years in Massachusetts.]

 

So the chatty, "Gee, let's get together and know each other" doesn't go anywhere. I only wish I had the psychological literature, if it exists, to support my claims.

 

Thank you, and have a nice day.

Do not try to the patience of Dragons, for you are Crunchy and good with Ketchup.

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An observation: I grew up in River Forest, Illinois, which is just west of Oak Park, Illinois, which some people know for Ernest Hemingway or Frank Lloyd Wright. Anyway:

 

People think that "midwesterners" like Ohio and Indiana are friendly. If one has listened to the recent World Series, one has heard how "Friendly" everyone in St. Louis is.

 

I can't speak for ST. Louis [the "Show me" state, and home of Truman, and you know what HE did], but the rest of the midwest is very superficial. No one recognizes it because they all seem so friendly. Get to the bottom of it, though, and one would realize that it's all very superficial. I'll try to get the lyrics to "The Iowa Way" from The Music Man.

 

Something I [learned | heard] years ago was that New Yorkers [NYC'ers, that is] seem very cold. They have too: How many millions are crammed into Manhatten? But, once people are a known quantity, they are really quite charming and personable. Same with New Englanders: Cold at the outset, but very warm and accomadating once you're "let in". [This spoken after nearly 40 years in Massachusetts.]

 

So the chatty, "Gee, let's get together and know each other" doesn't go anywhere. I only wish I had the psychological literature, if it exists, to support my claims.

 

Thank you, and have a nice day.

 

Ever one for lyrics, here's "Iowa Way":

 

Townspeople:

Oh, there's nothing halfway

About the Iowa way to treat you,

When we treat you

Which we may not do at all.

There's an Iowa kind of special

Chip-on-the-shoulder attitude.

We've never been without.

That we recall.

We can be cold

As our falling thermometers in December

If you ask about our weather in July.

And we're so by God stubborn

We could stand touchin' noses

For a week at a time

And never see eye-to-eye.

But what the heck, you're welcome,

Join us at the picnic.

You can eat your fill

Of all the food you bring yourself.

You really ought to give Iowa a try.

Provided you are contrary,

We can be cold

As our falling thermometer in December

If you ask about our weather in July.

And we're so by God stubborn

We can stand touchin' noses

For a week at a time

And never see eye-to-eye.

But we'll give you our shirt

And a back to go with it

If your crops should happen to die.

 

Farmer:

So, what the heck, you're welcome,

Glad to have you with us.

 

Farmer and Wife:

Even though we may not ever mention it again.

 

Townspeople:

You really ought to give Iowa

Hawkeye Iowa

Dubuque, Des

Moines, Davenport, Marshalltown,

Mason City, Keokuk, Ames,

Clear Lake

Ought to give Iowa a try!

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Well done, unsub! My 2006 lexus has a tape cassette drive (!) and I have music man in it.

 

I had to sing the top tenor part of the barbershop quartet in highschool and, let me tell you, it's HIGH. Then again, during college, the BSO sang Mahler's 8th, and the Top Tenor part goes to C above middle C--full voice. AH, I miss those days!

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People think that "midwesterners" like Ohio and Indiana are friendly. If one has listened to the recent World Series, one has heard how "Friendly" everyone in St. Louis is.

 

I can't speak for ST. Louis [the "Show me" state, and home of Truman, and you know what HE did], but the rest of the midwest is very superficial. So the chatty, "Gee, let's get together and know each other" doesn't go anywhere. I only wish I had the psychological literature, if it exists, to support my claims.

 

Good points. I don't watch much baseball...what has happened? I know I seen some red sox fans flipping over cars or what not...but that's pretty normal I guess lol.

 

Otherwise, you may very well be correct about the superificial psychological part of the midwest. TBH, you really don't hear much about those areas except Chicago. I used to hear about the midwest alot when I lived in Florida...because we always had a constant influx of people from Ohio and Illinois and Michigan and Buffalo...and everywhere else points north. But what is it? Maybe the weather maybe the buildings? Looks can be deceiving...

 

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Why is it OK to stereotype people based on where they are geographically?

 

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Joey comes here to vent, discuss things, and get them off his chest. He is using this site for the purposes he wants/needs to. I can't think of any reason to fault him for this. The "Joey haters" are not the people that would ever hire him in the first place, so he probably doesn't really care what they think.

 

Precisely....or in other words, plus one. ;)

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Organic wholeness, the wholeness of life and things,

the divine beauty of the universe.

Love that, not man apart from that,

or else you will share man’s pitiful confusions,

or drown in despair when his days darken."

 

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Why is it OK to stereotype people based on where they are geographically?

 

Why can't you just answer the damn question? Don't answer a question with a question just because you know it's true. Or not. But I know it's true. You're not on the playing field. You don't know the calls I've received or the people I've had contact me from that area, so you can't really say shit. I'm generalizing based upon what I have experienced, what others have experienced and know about...etc. You're not even on the sidelines. You're not even in the stand. You're not even in the stadium. You're outside just hearing the crowd roar, but you can't tell who they are cheering for.

 

I for one will NEVER, EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVER again even think about paying money to work in Indiana or Ohio. They'd have to come to me, and actually show up. Not making up a bunch of shit.

 

And, I already said 1 of my best clients lived in Indianapolis. Kind, honest, dependable. I can't say that about the rest of them. And, when I went back in 2010, every1 flaked out. People in Ohio did the same thing. The apple don't fall too far from the tree.

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Why can't you just answer the damn question?
Because I don't accept your hypothesis. The location of a caller does not determine the level of excrement in their systems. Beyond that, how do you know the callers are from Ohio and Indiana? Maybe they are from Florida and Colorado and simply relocated there recently?

 

Don't answer a question with a question just because you know it's true. Or not.
Someone better wake up Socrates and tell him that!

 

But I know it's true. You're not on the playing field. You don't know the calls I've received or the people I've had contact me from that area, so you can't really say shit. I'm generalizing based upon what I have experienced, what others have experienced and know about...etc. You're not even on the sidelines. You're not even in the stand. You're not even in the stadium. You're outside just hearing the crowd roar, but you can't tell who they are cheering for.
Nope, I'm not. I'm just reading about your bitchin'. But am I going to get any titty with all that bitching? Because if I ain't, why am I here? The only reason to listen to bitching is because maybe there's going be some fucking later on. If not, why am I here, listening to bitching?

 

I for one will NEVER, EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVER again even think about paying money to work in Indiana or Ohio. They'd have to come to me, and actually show up. Not making up a bunch of shit.
And you for one have made a prejudicial judgment against all who live in Ohio and Indiana based on your small sampling.

 

And, I already said 1 of my best clients lived in Indianapolis. Kind, honest, dependable. I can't say that about the rest of them. And, when I went back in 2010, every 1 flaked out. People in Ohio did the same thing. The apple don't fall too far from the tree.
And if every escort said the same thing, you might have a point. Maybe just maybe, you are a self-fulfilling prophecy?

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And if every escort said the same thing, you might have a point.

 

I think as each escort travels, he learns which cities or regions he's a good fit for and which he's not. It's any combination of age, body type, ethnicity, tattoos, hair, you name it. I learned through experience which cities I did well in, and which were no-goes. Then you just stop going to the places where for whatever reason you're not clicking with the market there. Chances are my cities are different from Joey's or from any other escort's.

 

I never toured Ohio or Indiana but yes there are some outstanding clients there, don't we know! :-)

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I think as each escort travels, he learns which cities or regions he's a good fit for and which he's not. It's any combination of age, body type, ethnicity, tattoos, hair, you name it. I learned through experience which cities I did well in, and which were no-goes. Then you just stop going to the places where for whatever reason you're not clicking with the market there. Chances are my cities are different from Joey's or from any other escort's.

 

I never toured Ohio or Indiana but yes there are some outstanding clients there, don't we know! :-)

 

Once again, Nate hits the nail on the head.

 

Yes there are outstanding clients there, including one outstanding guy who is a true friend to many and probably one of the most impressive people I have ever had the good fortune to meet. On top of that, he has impeccable taste in the working guys he spends time with. Right Nate? :-)

 

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I think as each escort travels, he learns which cities or regions he's a good fit for and which he's not. It's any combination of age, body type, ethnicity, tattoos, hair, you name it. I learned through experience which cities I did well in, and which were no-goes. Then you just stop going to the places where for whatever reason you're not clicking with the market there. Chances are my cities are different from Joey's or from any other escort's.

 

I never toured Ohio or Indiana but yes there are some outstanding clients there, don't we know! :-)

 

I know too. Like I said, one took me to Florida last year and we had a WONDERFUL time. But, sadly my impression of clients from the area was again re-surfaced during a visit earlier this summer. The time before that was like 3 years ago...where the clients in Indy were so...words can't describe...I considered myself lucky to get out. It's like damn, do they just not like escorts around here? I dated a guy from Indy earlier this year, and I still know him. He told me how his parents held such awful views towards Blacks and gays. So I'm pretty much fucked out there for sure.

 

I wonder what Joey's reaction would be if if someone stereotyped him?

 

Go ahead, make a Black joke, I want to hear it.

 

And you for one have made a prejudicial judgment against all who live in Ohio and Indiana based on your small sampling.

 

Small sampling. LOL.

 

Listen, if I have offended ANYONE from the rust belt states, please forgive me. I know there's exceptions to every rules, but if I came here to mention it, it can't just be an isolated incident. I believe a poster earlier has already given me a great example/reasoning for why things aren't the way they seem there...and that was sufficient enough.

 

However, I still stand by my statement...Most from the area are full of shit, at worst. Fantasist and unrealistic at best. I'm not there, nor ever want to be there so it's really not worth talking about anymore. HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Wait..the next one is, VETERANS DAY!

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I've been many times to Ohio (Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton). I've also been to Indianapolis/Indiana several times.

 

I don't remember any bad experiences or clients that Joey describes.

 

What gives?[/color]

 

I'm batting 1.000 with clients from Ohio. Don't know if anyone from Indiana has contacted me.

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