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Bruce Boston, a data scientist who works for one of Silicon Valley's major tech companies, initially came to the site to find out which strip clubs had the best dancers.He ended up sticking around for four years to join what he describes as the intelligent, provocative, and honest conversations on the site's forums. “You could have an open discussion about your beliefs and thoughts.” Boston participated in conversations on Red Book about everything from Libertarian politics to swinger sex parties.The site was efficient, well stocked, and probably too successful for its own good.Launched in 1999 by a Mountain View, California, tech entrepreneur named Eric “Red” Omuro, Red Book began as a modest hub for mongers (Internet slang for johns) to discuss the local scene and post reviews of escorts.
Looking for a well-reviewed Latina under 30 who provides full-body sensual massage in Oakland? Then, on June 25, 2014, visitors to Red Book got a rude shock.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. That was another reason for the note taking on my part.
I had one..it was for keeping track of people online lol I would get messages from people and not remember who they were or what specific things we had talked about, so I started making notes. Remembering that Big Bob was actually named Trevor and things like that, made it confusing. There is alot of bullshit..you take notes you can call them on it.
they deleted it...i said do you realize what you just did????
Until last summer, pretty much anyone buying or selling sex in the San Francisco Bay Area used my Red
(Lanoce worked for Omuro, helping to moderate Red Book and manage its operations.) Their homes were raided and their computer equipment confiscated.