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   A husband and wife, who authorities said were operating a strip club in the home they shared with their seven young children, must stand trial - with "Was that wrong? Should I not have done that?" mugshot goodness

19 Jan 2013 06:19 AM   |   17811 clicks   |   Press-Enterprise (So. Cal)
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JMacPA     
No and no.

19 Jan 2013 06:21 AM
JMacPA     
Ok, yes.

19 Jan 2013 06:22 AM
Apos     
POTY contenders, for sure.

19 Jan 2013 06:25 AM
wax66     
LaQuron?

19 Jan 2013 06:26 AM
Dadoody     
ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF GOVERNMENT DESTROYING SMALL BUSINESS

19 Jan 2013 06:30 AM
durbnpoisn     
Exactly nothing about this story adds up. They are way too ghetto to be living in a house like that to start with, and really, normal people with lots of money have a hard time adopting, and these people did it SEVEN TIMES?!

And how do you run a strip club from your house?

19 Jan 2013 06:31 AM
daveUSMC     

Dadoody: ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF GOVERNMENT DESTROYING SMALL BUSINESS


There is nothing small about that woman. Shudder. The pole is not supposed to be enveloped.

19 Jan 2013 06:32 AM
kevinboehm     
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19 Jan 2013 06:32 AM
snochick     
Technically not mugshots.

19 Jan 2013 06:35 AM
Barricaded Gunman     

durbnpoisn: Exactly nothing about this story adds up. They are way too ghetto to be living in a house like that to start with, and really, normal people with lots of money have a hard time adopting, and these people did it SEVEN TIMES?!
And how do you run a strip club from your house?


Ha! You pretty much covered everything I came in here to say. Thanks!

19 Jan 2013 06:35 AM
kevinboehm     

Dadoody: ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF GOVERNMENT DESTROYING SMALL BUSINESS


No license, no business. This is the same as paying your neighbor's kid to mow your lawn, in terms of 'business' at least. In terms of psychological trauma, however... this is more in line with a war crime.

19 Jan 2013 06:42 AM
Apos     
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19 Jan 2013 06:48 AM
illannoyin     
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19 Jan 2013 06:52 AM
abhorrent1     
Oh lord! I hope she's not one of the strippers.

19 Jan 2013 07:36 AM
Rhino_man     
FTFA: "The club was uncovered by investigators when a man was shot and killed in the driveway in July, Riverside County sheriff's officials said."

Umm... holy fark.

19 Jan 2013 07:51 AM
Quantum Apostrophe     
wax66: "LaQuron?"

Lake Huron. As in, "size of".

19 Jan 2013 07:56 AM
Pichu0102     
I would have thought they'd go with violating zoning rules instead.

19 Jan 2013 08:39 AM
abhorrent1     

Rhino_man: FTFA: "The club was uncovered by investigators when a man was shot and killed in the driveway in July, Riverside County sheriff's officials said."

Umm... holy fark.


black people problems

19 Jan 2013 09:16 AM
hugheric     
I smell a sitcom!

19 Jan 2013 09:32 AM
JohnCarter     
Well..working at home is the new trend

19 Jan 2013 09:35 AM
boinkingbill     
I would hate to see what the strippers looked like. Probably 350 pounds of pure hard loving. The lap dances must have been a real beech.

19 Jan 2013 09:37 AM
GypsyJoker     

boinkingbill: The lap dances must have been a real beech.


Especially for the furniture.

19 Jan 2013 10:10 AM
Fark_Guy_Rob     
I don't understand this preoccupation with protecting children from things that don't hurt the children, don't hurt anyone else, and is a natural part of human development.

19 Jan 2013 10:21 AM
oldpickupguy     
I don't understand all the complaining; they look attractive and successful to me.

19 Jan 2013 10:45 AM
oldpickupguy     
Oh, and Post of the Year honors to Illannoyin.

19 Jan 2013 10:47 AM
jennyz     

illannoyin: I have obtained these exclusive photos of the kid's last birthday party

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Also some pictures of the kid's babysitters...

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And finally, a picture of the kid's work in art class...

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I don't want to live on this planet anymore.

19 Jan 2013 11:14 AM
Lunger42     
Surprised the cops didn't find meth too. It is Perris (that's the cool spelling, not Paris like everybody thinks) after all.

19 Jan 2013 11:16 AM
snocone    [TotalFark]  

Fark_Guy_Rob: I don't understand this preoccupation with protecting children from things that don't hurt the children, don't hurt anyone else, and is a natural part of human development.


It is called social services.
For your own good and convience, 'cause some nanny "knows".

19 Jan 2013 11:38 AM
offmymeds     

boinkingbill: I would hate to see what the strippers looked like. Probably 350 pounds of pure hard loving. The lap dances must have been a real beech.


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19 Jan 2013 11:44 AM
megarian    [TotalFark]  
Werk it gurl. Devry ain't gonna pay for itself.

19 Jan 2013 12:10 PM
o4tuna     

durbnpoisn: Exactly nothing about this story adds up. They are way too ghetto to be living in a house like that to start with, and really, normal people with lots of money have a hard time adopting, and these people did it SEVEN TIMES?!

And how do you run a strip club from your house?


It's hard to adopt "normal" children. Quite probably kids nobody else wanted. "Undesirable" enough, and the government will actually pay you to take care of them. It's still cheaper than institutionalizing them.

Not sure of the the amounts for adopted children, but knew of some people that had a bunch of "special needs" foster kids. Normally they get $700 cash & foodstamps, disabled kids were $1800 (20 years ago, probably more now). Any "normal" kids they got were quickly "diagnosed" with some disorder or other. Get a 1/2 dozen or so, feed them cheaply & clothe them from thrift stores, they could afford a pretty nice house...

As for the Strip Club, in my 20s, I had a house where we had 185 consecutive keggers. Paid for my alcohol, the rent, the utilities & some pretty decent profit, too. Had a pretty sweet DJ system with pro gear & lasers, strobes & a smoke machine. Cover charge got beer & music. Other drinks & "chemicals" were available, for a price. Fortunately, none of the skeezy women that were regulars charged for their outrageous drunken antics...

/sober for a while now...

19 Jan 2013 12:15 PM
NotARocketScientist     
Fark_Guy_Rob: I don't understand this preoccupation with protecting children from things that don't hurt the children, don't hurt anyone else, and is a natural part of human development.

Isnocone: t is called social services.
For your own good and convience, 'cause some nanny "knows".


Ya know how I know you didn't RTFA?

19 Jan 2013 01:24 PM
balancing act     
Seriously, I couldn't care less about the so called strip club, but if the allegations of sexual and other abuse are true, those kids need to be out of there permanantly.
And as o4tuna pointed out, these kids are likely to already be special needs even before the abuse.
sick.

19 Jan 2013 02:21 PM
Saborlas    [TotalFark]  
I love how the headline focuses on the unlicensed strip club and mentions NOTHING about how the kids were routinely beaten and molested. Thanks for showing your priorities, subby.

I spent some time in a foster-home-for-profit that was almost as bad at smacking the kids around. A point was made to never draw blood (can't have evidence on clothes, now). My heart goes out to these kids because I know that level of terror and trauma. They have a long struggle ahead, and it's almost guaranteed that at least one will give up on that struggle and end up dead of either an OD or straight-up suicide.

19 Jan 2013 03:49 PM
Jument     
That is over-the-top, reality-show classy right there.

19 Jan 2013 04:06 PM
ActionFigure     
Nobody is going to say that the photo at the top of the story looks like an old President Obama?

19 Jan 2013 05:04 PM
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