February 1, 2019 at 6:50 pm #23753firefighterParticipant
Interested bystander requested that his CWMC 23 Announcement be posted on appropriate websites.
Interested bystander’s CWMC 23 Announcement
I’ve been asked to post my usual CWMC announcement for this year so here it is. This will be CWMC 23 and the dates are July 17-21, 2019. Below is the FAQ that I post each year.
The twenty-third annual CWMC meeting will be held from Wednesday, July 17, 2019 through Sunday, July 21, 2019. This is an annual meeting of people (prostitutes and their customers) who work and visit at the legal Nevada brothels. Please consider this an open invitation for you to attend — just read the following and you should find answers to all of your questions.
The following are frequently asked questions and their answers:
1. When/where is the Banquet?
The banquet will be hosted by the Mikey this year. The dinner/banquet will be Friday July 19, 2019.
The Banquet is a private event that is open to the general public at the sole discretion of those who are hosting it. Most strangers/newbies are welcome to attend the Banquet (several do every year), but since it is a private function you must get advance approval from those hosting it as they do reserve the right to refuse invitation to anyone they so choose. The only way you can know if you can attend the Banquet is to contact the host.
2. When/where is the Picnic/Barbeque?
The picnic/barbeque will be held the morning and afternoon of Saturday July 20, 2019. The picnic will be hosted by Interested bystander and Sheri. The picnic will start at 10:00 AM and last until 5:00 PM or until everyone has left, we have no curfew this year so everyone can stay as long as they want. There will be typical continental breakfast available in the morning (coffee, milk, fruit, pastries, etc.) and we will start preparing to cook lunch around noon. Lunch will consist of typical picnic fare such as hamburgers and hotdogs. Everyone is welcome at the picnic but we need everyone to RSVP so that we will know how many people are coming and you will know where the picnic is being held. If you would like to attend the picnic please email Interested bystander at firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know how many will be in your party. The picnic location will be sent by return email.
The picnic is a private event that is open to the general public at the sole discretion of those who are hosting it. Most strangers/newbies are welcome to attend the picnic (several do every year), but since it is a private function you must get advance approval from those hosting it as they do reserve the right to refuse invitation to anyone they so choose. The only way you can know if you can attend the picnic is to contact the host.
3. When/where are the morning meetings?
For Wednesday July 17 through Sunday July 21, 2019, starting at 10:00 AM local time, the morning meetings will be held at The Tamarack Junction. The Tamarack Junction is located at 13101 South Virginia, just south of Damonte Ranch Parkway. The meetings will be held on the patio on the north side of the casino but may be moved inside if we are threatened by inclement weather. You will be able to order a full breakfast at Tamarack Junction. There will be no organized meeting at Tamarack Junction on Saturday July 20, 2019 due to the picnic/barbeque but those that desire to are welcome to show up and see if others are there.
These meetings at Tamarack Junction are entirely public and therefore are open for anyone who wishes to attend. Drop on by; you will meet several members of the cyber-community there!
4. When/where are the afternoon meetings?
In earlier years we held afternoon meetings at different bars/restaurants, but in recent years we have left the afternoons open for brothel-hopping and brothel-sponsored events. If you would like to host an afternoon event please email interested bystander at email@example.com with the details.
5. Will there be any afternoon brothel-sponsored barbeques or evening/night brothel-sponsored cocktail parties?
For many years the Mustang Ranch has hosted a cocktail/pool party on Thursday night during CWMC. We have no word yet if they will maintain this tradition.
If you know about a brothel-sponsored function planned for CWMCM#23, or are a brothel owner or manager planning an event, then please contact me, Interested bystander at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Who can attend these meetings?
Anyone. The public meetings listed above are open to anyone who wants to attend. There is no real agenda, just some friends getting together and talking about computers and prostitutes and whatever else comes to mind. However, for some private events like the Friday night Banquet and Saturday Picnic/Barbeque, you must make advance reservations and get the approval from the hosts to attend, but for public events like the morning meetings and brothel-sponsored events, just show up.
7. I don’t want anyone to know who I am!
Then don’t tell us! Make up a name. We will not invade your privacy, though we will certainly ask you general questions like, “Which girls have you boinged?”
8. How many people are going to be there?
It’s really difficult to tell how many people attend CWMC because no one attends all events but the banquet usually has around 50-60 people and the picnic is usually around 30 people.
9. What girls will be working?
The best way to determine who will be working is to check the websites for the brothels you would like to visit.
10. Is there a designated hotel that’ll serve as headquarters?
11. How formal are these meetings?
Extremely informal. Drop in and out of them as you please. People will come and go randomly and various spontaneous and unscheduled events will occur.
12. When will guys be visiting the brothels?
In general, guys and gals are visiting the brothels when the spirit moves them. If you want to meet with your friends at a brothel then you can always e-mail them ahead of time and arrange to meet at one of the brothels.
13. Where can I find information on voting for the annual awards for Year 2018?
There will be public voting for awards this year. The sponsors of the awards have set up a website at http://lpinawards.com/index.php?board=4.0 with information on past awards plus information on voting for the current awards. http://lpinawards.com/index.php?board=11.0February 16, 2019 at 4:02 am #23787FlintParticipant
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