So this guy in Columbus, Ohio, thought it would be a good idea to open a web site where people can post their reviews and comments.
Insert your own joke here.
Robert Eric McFadden, 46, is facing quite a few charges, including compelling prostitution involving a minor (one of the girls was 17 years old).
He also helped set up a raffle where one of the prizes was an evening with a prostitute.
According to an Associated Press article, “McFadden formerly served as director of the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives office under Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland.”
I think this is one of the funniest things I have ever heard. I wonder how many people used the site. Would a customer look up the hooker on his Blackberry before agreeing to a deal? Did prostitutes have their favourite customers raising up their standings with numerous positive reviews? Was there a code amongst the prostitutes, where someone with a lower rating wasn’t allowed to hang out with a better prostitute? Was there constructive criticism? A FAQ for guys out looking?
And I wonder how word of something like this gets around? Was there a meeting of johns where someone came up with the idea? Did the prostitutes pass the word along?
So many questions, yet I don’t know if I really care for the answers.