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Jenny asks…

is this true love or not?

I’m really confused about my relationship with this woman. I’m a 42 year old man who had a rough upbringing. I’ve been to jail twice. After I got out 14 years ago, I found a niche as an agent for struggling actresses through my connections in both businesses and the underworld. A lot of them are doing drugs. If they’re desperate enough, I introduce them to the adult industry and escorting on the side. Business was good.
Around a year ago, a plain looking, stocky 18 year old girl fresh out of high school came into my office and told me she wanted to be an actress. I tried to maintain my composure and explained to her that it would be hard for her to make it. She was too short for the runway, too fat for Hollywood, and quite frankly too ugly for art modelling. That basically leaves the adult industry. She said she desperately needed some money and would do whatever it takes to be an actress, even topless modelling. I got mad and said “you’re a f*king mangled mess. Just absolutely too f*king ugly to ever make any kind of money off this whole showing ur t*tts thing. Soon ur gonna be desperate enough to start chugging c*kk juice on camera to try to make ends meet. It’s just a matter of time before I see video of ur sh*ttpipe being stretched and gaped by a massive c*kk for a few hundred dollars and another hit of meth.”
She started to cry and I softened up. I made a profile for her on modelmayhem and suggested that she should do some adult modelling first, a few months later I got her into doing hardcore. She has all sorts of emotional problems and is very vulnerable. She’s also addicted to antidepressants and prescription drugs. But I actually feel sorry for her and genuinely care about her. I even let her move in to my place last month because she’s broke and lonely.
Recently I began to get jealous when I’m on set watching her perform and banned her from escorting altogether. It’s something I never felt toward any of the other girls. I obviously had sex with her before (quite a few times actually), but when it started I didn’t really think much of it. Now it got a whole new different meaning. Am I falling in love for the first time in my life?
ats: I’m a lowlife? How? Please explain.

New Niche Finder answers:

Maybe. Loves hard to tell. I feel bad for her though.

Helen asks…

am i falling in love? sorry it’s long please answer?

I’m really confused about my relationship with this woman. I’m a 42 year old man who had a rough upbringing. I’ve been to jail twice. After I got out 14 years ago, I found a niche as an agent for struggling actresses through my connections in both businesses and the underworld. A lot of them are doing drugs. If they’re desperate enough, I introduce them to the adult industry and escorting on the side. Business was good.
Around a year ago, a plain looking, stocky 18 year old girl fresh out of high school came into my office and told me she wanted to be an actress. I tried to maintain my composure and explained to her that it would be hard for her to make it. She was too short for the runway, too fat for Hollywood, and quite frankly too ugly for art modelling. That basically leaves the adult industry. She said she desperately needed some money and would do whatever it takes to be an actress, even topless modelling. I got mad and said “you’re a f*king mangled mess. Just absolutely too f*king ugly to ever make any kind of money off this whole showing ur t*tts thing. Soon ur gonna be desperate enough to start chugging c*kk juice on camera to try to make ends meet. It’s just a matter of time before I see video of ur sh*ttpipe being stretched and gaped by a massive c*kk for a few hundred dollars and another hit of meth.”
She started to cry and I softened up. I made a profile for her on modelmayhem and suggested that she should do some adult modelling first, a few months later I got her into doing hardcore. She has all sorts of emotional problems and is very vulnerable. She’s also addicted to antidepressants and prescription drugs. But I actually feel sorry for her and genuinely care about her. I even let her move in to my place last month because she’s broke and lonely.
Recently I began to get jealous when I’m on set watching her perform and banned her from escorting altogether. It’s something I never felt toward any of the other girls. I obviously had sex with her before (quite a few times actually), but when it started I didn’t really think much of it. Now it got a whole new different meaning. Am I falling in love for the first time in my life?

New Niche Finder answers:

Do you think it could be the convenience factor? If she is really that messed up and you do care for her don’t let her do any of that sh*t anymore!!!!! Get her to rehab, and find her a good therapist. Once she goes through both treatments and you still are falling for her, then I would say yes that you were falling in love. If you don’t fall for her after her treatments, then you helped someone you really cared about. Either way it is a win, win situation! Good Luck!

Joseph asks…

I need to know how this affects us here in the U.S?

— The head of De Beers Group — which controls 40 percent of the global diamond trade — called on traders in Europe, the U.S. and Israel to back African efforts to cut and polish the continent’s own gemstones.

A delivery of rough diamonds for cutting and polishing is inspected in Ramat Gan, Israel.

Managing Director Gareth Penny said it was logical to help create stability in African democracies through job creation.

“We don’t embrace this out of some misguided enthusiasm or altruism, we embrace it because it makes good business sense and because it’s the right thing to do,” he said.

People will no longer buy ‘conflict diamonds’ nor will miners invest the billions of dollars needed to extract them, he said.

The illegal trade in “conflict diamonds” — sometimes known as blood diamonds — has fueled and funded wars in Africa, killing thousands in Angola, Sierra Leone, Liberia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

“We need a strong and stable set of producing companies if we have to maximize future supply. Producing and selling diamonds today in or from a country in chaos or worse, in conflict, is simply not an option,” Penny said

Africa’s natural resources have enriched traders across the world and Penny called on the gemstone industry in Antwerp, Tel Aviv and New York to fund and help train the infant industry, based mostly in South Africa and Botswana.

“Without the traditional cutting centers, these new cutting centers will not succeed,” he said, promising that there are benefits for everyone.

Botswana mining ministry official Kago Moshashane said the country planned to create up to 3,000 jobs in the diamond processing industry.

Antwerp grew wealthy from Belgium’s rule of the Congo and is now a center for diamond trading and finance. Antwerp has ceded its place to India’s Mumbai, which now cuts most of the world’s diamonds, many of them less costly small stones.

Antwerp World Diamond Centre’s Chief Executive Freddy Hanard said Africa’s drive to enter the market does not pose a threat to existing businesses.

“If that contributes to greater wealth in Africa, I think we should certainly contribute. Antwerp has a lot of expertise and … we can help them,” he said.

Nor should Africa’s nascent industry pose a problem for Asia, Penny said, because African countries will have to find their own market niche. They will need “vibrant low-cost cutting centers in India and China to process the volume of low-value rough [diamonds] which is simply not economic to cut in Africa.”

The De Beers chief was upbeat about Africa’s future, saying the company was spending more than $100 million (71 million euros) every year to find new mines, “overwhelmingly in Africa and significantly in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Angola.” E-mail to a friend

New Niche Finder answers:

How does it affect us in the US? Supply and demand. Ultimately affects the price you pay for a diamond.

Mary asks…

Is a T-shirt business a good startup for me. I plan to put up my T-shirt company.?

Im really new. But I wanted to get a niche in the market here in manila by selling my line of T-shirt brand. the concept is catared for the MTV generation. Can you give me suggestions frm start to finish? Tnx! technically–I would wanted to copy the concept of www.macbethfootwear.com but my first line is the T-shirt with vintage designs i suppose?

New Niche Finder answers:

It’s very competative. I recommend buying t’s from a company, relabeling them, and contracting out a silk-screener to print your deisgns. Keep your overhead down and make up spec samples first to try to gether interest and get wholesale orders before printing a bunch and warehousing them.

Daniel asks…

Working one job full-time, home business too, what to put on CV?

I work full time for a relatively small, but well known, niche company doing communications full time. Work is fine, but I could probably put my skills to work at a larger company and go further in my career while making more money.

Now, I also have a home-based Internet business, which is far, far outside of the field where I work 9 to 6. (I don’t mix the two, and home-work is never done using work-work time, materials, etc.) In fact, some of the things which I have learned from my home business have been incredibly useful and poignant inmy normal work life.

I’m now thinking of applying to larger companies and PR agencies, but how should I put this current work situation on my CV? Just dump both on there and run with it, or hide the home based business? If I go with a new big company, then I’ll turn the business over to someone else, so that’s not an issue. Any advice?

New Niche Finder answers:

Sure, list it. It’s good expereince. Just tell them you keep the two jobs seperate and wuould hand off the one job to someone else if you got hired.

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