Video: D-Block Interview w/ ThisIsCurtis

D-Block talks new album “No Security”, the state of Hip-hop, the Internet, and more.

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    Recession forces prostitutes to lower prices

    Filed under: Sex Sells, Recession

    It’s a tough time to be a hooker, and I’m not just talking about Ken Lewis.

    The Associated Press reports that “Like so many other businesses, Europe’s largest legalized prostitution industry is having to adapt to the economic downturn. Customers are fewer or more frugal, competition has increased, and more clubs and brothels are offering discounts to drum up business.”

    The AP piece focuses on Berlin, where one lady of the night says the prostitutes are sticking with the standard $110 minimum for sex, which could possibly raise concerns about collusion and anti-competitive price-fixing.

    In addition, brothels offering the ladies a fixed salary are inundated with applications as once-proud freelancers realize the glory of a possibly smaller but more dependable paycheck.

    Bargain basement love shacks are also doing a brisk business — benefiting from the same trade-down effect that has helped Aeropostale grow at the expense of Abercrombie & Fitch’s tanking same-store sales figures.

    But if you’re out of work and upset that US laws make this profession inaccessible, take some comfort in this: One Berlin prostitute said she was planning to move to the East Coast of the United States where you can make just as much money as a stripper without exposing yourself to the risks associated with prostitution.


  2. g7 Says:

    anybody listen to this album? I read that Jada is only on three tracks.

  3. g7 Says:

    *salutes Crazy*

  4. ( o )( o ) Says:

    *daps crazy and g7*

  5. FaMs! Says:

    Big_Seth Don’t Idolize America Says:

    June 18th, 2009 at 11:24 am
    Maybe it’s because I’d rather listen to Wale, but to me it just says that he is going to make the music that his fans wanna hear & he aint gonna be singing on his shit just because everyone else is. Especially Drake since he is the center of attention right now.

    Wale needs to worry about Wale, what does Drake’s career have to do this man grinding since 05 and only has 2 mixtapes and a video with GaGa

  6. dafirestarta Says:

    # D_block_4_life Says:
    June 18th, 2009 at 11:24 am

    Yo working on west 4th is kind of the shit, like one way you have soho and all the clothing stores and the other way is 14th street and all that jazz..

    Pretty dope area to work in…

    Only thing is i feel weird being all dressed up around all these trendy guys and gals, makes me want to were no ties and loafers every day…

    Co-sign. I’m at Noho and madddddd biddies be out (‘cept today cuz of the rain). Gotta step my fashion game up.

  7. TheCo!!inB Says:

    I aint fuckin wi dat hoe, she a dick hacka. -Plies-

  8. D_block_4_life Says:

    I will still miss Wall St and the DT area, as a matter of fact i’m heading down there for lunch.

  9. FaMs! Says:

    Soho is crazy…that’s my new hang out. Prince and Broadway….clothes and hoes….nuff said

  10. Beezy Says:

    Casket stop saying preposterous shit about you hanging out in SoHo

    like any of the girls around there would give you a fuckin look in your vintage Rocawear….fuck outta here

  11. Beezy Says:

    SoHo is bohemian hipster trash bitches…low-end models and shit shopping for overpriced low quality attire.

  12. FaMs! Says:

    “How do you feel about the internet toward Hip Hop?”

    what kind of ignorant question is that?…dafuck?…fucking Niggers and technology don’t mix

    what’s your feelings about the internet’s impact on Hip-Hop? would’ve been the proper wording of that question.

  13. dafirestarta Says:

    Soho low-end models > hoodrats in BK

  14. FaMs! Says:

    dafirestarta Says:

    June 18th, 2009 at 11:44 am
    Soho low-end models > hoodrats in BK

    Exactly, I learned to stop responding to idiots on here…they start believing we equals lol.

  15. V.I Says:

    Soho low-end models > hoodrats in BK

    co sign

  16. rrahha Says:

    cool interview…good to see people cool now. hopefully some tracks, tours, etc. can come through for them all.

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