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Why doesn't Atlanta get its fair share of escorts traveling to the city. We have the busiest airport in the world. The largest metro area in the Southeast, with lots of interested clients. This is not meant to critize the current escorts in the city, but we want more.

 

Please give us a try. I think it would be worth your time and money.

 

If there are any Atlantans who read this please chime in.

 

My top 5 wish list includes (in not particular order):

 

Kristain - Houston ;-)

Brad - Raleigh :)

Niko#3 - Montreal/NYC :D

Chris Built Scort - Miami :9

Derek Ross - NYC :p

 

Please here my plea.

 

Ok, I vented and feel much better now.

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Lets not forget:

Jason Markus-NY

DJ Hunter-Cleveland

Michael-Columbus

Excellent Top-NY

Mike Grey-NY

Any one of these guys would be great in Atlanta. I would cetainly fill their wallets!

 

I like real MEN!!!Unfortuantely we only seem to get the twinkies like small town john. Atlanta is a BIG TOWN we need BIG MEN!

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Vladimir, I may not know what a twink is or means and thought I did. I still learning new things everyday, but if SmallTownJohn is a twink I am an Africain Violet. I've been with him several times and I always leave with a BIG SMILE on my face! Don't let that Tenn. accent fool you, he will plow you into tomorrow<EG>!!!

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"We have the busiest airport in the world. The largest metro area in the Southeast..." these are not exactly selling points. Other than circuit parties or visiting family, I can't imagaine going out of there way to come here...unless it's to see World of Coke, Stone Mountain or bad art museum. Escorts are like anyone else, they want to see something worthwhile at the their destination. In the Southesat alone, I can think of plenty of more interesting destinations....New Orleans, perhaps.

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Buckguy:

Why all the negative crap on Atlanta? I don't understand u living here in atlanta but trying to discourage escorts from visiting here as you were doing in your post. Atlanta may not be a tourist sightseeing dream but a popular escort could make a lot of money here because we never get anyone. I would think that money would be more important to an escort than sightseeing anyway. They could use all the money they made here to tour and sightsee wherever they wanted!

 

Langster:

I was not commenting on Small town's john's sexual performance, i just stated that because of his size and measurements (skinny), some would consider him a twink. He is probably excellent in bed but i tend to like bigger guys.

 

By the way MR. RICK MUNROE,

I wouldn't mind getting together with your sexy ass too!!:p

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There have been several of these plaintive wails from Atlanta over the last few months. I don't understand. If you want an escort to visit you, why don't you invite one up for a weekend and pay for their ticket. If that costs too much, why not take up a collection among your friends or try to share the costs with another client. My guess is that a lot of escorts travel to another city on one client's dime and then stay on and make appointments on the side. I think the only fixed cost is the air fare then all the other costs are variable. If they stay on for 1 or 2 more days then they just have the hotel costs if they have clients booked for those days. So I think the question is not why escorts don't visit Atlanta, but why are you folks down there to cheap to spring for the air fare?

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Your advice is simple and rational, even the part that seems tongue in cheek. But that doresn't go down well here, people are whiny and selfish.

 

Regarding Vladimir's response to my comments. Atlanta has been promoting itself with endless hyperbole for decades. Places that do that and can't deliver deserve to be lampooned & many here, do just that. Even people from often mocked places like Buffalo have no trouble knocking Atlanta (lousy ethnic food, the crappy art museum, etc.). There's a cohort of gay men I've met in my travels who like Atlanta, but are uncharacteristically vague about why or allude to having had fun. I suspect that if all you know of aAtlanta is circuit parties and beyond a haze of drugs and casual sex (however pleasant it may hev been at the time), you don't want to acknowledge that you never got out of the hotel except to get shitfaced at some bar that's not much different from the one's at home. When the normally boosterish daily paper did poll & asked who'd leave Atlanta if they had the chance, 40% said yes. Places like Cleveland & Milwaukee have more loyal residents (and better orchestras).

 

I travel alot, and I get away from here pretty regularly, so that's why I tolerate being here. Plus, I meet such interesting men when I travel. At some point, I'll get to leave here for good or at least for a long period of time, but you queens who whine because the World of Coke & Hartsfield doesn't draw escorts to visit will probably get to keep complaining.

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Atlanta will always have a special place for me. I haven't gotten a chance to travel until fairly recently. The first big city away from my home I went to was Atlanta. As a closeted gay man you can't imagine the pleasure I took in seeing guys arm in arm in Midtown Atlanta. Just quietly confident enough to express their affection in public. It was really inspiring for me and I suppose to the thousands of gay men from the small bigoted towns around the south, Atlanta is the first gay Mecca. Yeah lots will want to move on, but I imagine lots will always be fond of the place where they can be both gay and in a culture that is familiar.

 

For me I like my Florida town but I do enjoy visiting Atlanta, I have met some interesting people. I wonder is Atlanta demonstrably worse than Houston or Charlotte or Orlando or any of the other Southern boom towns?

 

As a resident of a place with lots of newcomers as well, I can tell you the favorite pastime is to bitch and complain that there is nothing to do and how much better it is elsewhere, anywhere. So buck is probably right on there. If all you do is parties and bars I can see it seeming pretty empty. But if its your home, it will always be home.

 

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>Yeah lots will want to move

>on, but I imagine lots will always be fond of the place

>where they can be both gay and in a culture that is

>familiar.

 

Fair enough, but where are the sidewalks? Nobody walks anywhere! I have been there a few times. Buckhead was weird to me. Neiman Marcus in a strip mall?! I did go to an interesting artistic neighborhood in abandoned lofts that was cool, but frankly I have to tell you Hartsburg is one of my least favorite airports. Where are the moving sidewalks? The distances are huge!

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For decades?

how about in the l870s to 1880s; then turn of century; then my favorite, the whole "new south" thing started in the l920s, not to mention the big thing with the change from terminus to atlanta.

They forever have re-invented themselves, with success.

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Not sure what all the beef is about, I've always enjoyed my time in ATL. Hartsfield Airport; I find efficient, clean and remarkably hassle free unless there's a weather problem, then all hell breaks loose. What can you expect with around 180 gates? Delta alone operates around 600 flights a day, there are six parallel terminals all connected by an underground train. Yes, it can be a hike if you land at one end of a terminal and have to connect at the other. Keeps those buns tight! (Once I had an evening international connection delayed 4 hours due to weather, only to be cancelled at 2am. By the time I made alternate arrangements at 4am and left the terminal to go to my hotel, I discovered the trains weren't runninng. I think I walked a mile at least) As for the visiting boys. . . . guys, there are molto non-stops to every major city in this country from Atlanta. Bring 'em in. Make it worth their time! It's all a mater of economics! I believe SmallTownJohn is a good example of a gent who has built his biz travelling to and spending time in ATL. I've always enjoyed my time ATL with the local talent. It's not the mega-whoresville like NY or LA. But you can still find a parking place at the Needless-Markup and one of my favorite hotels, the Ritz-Carlton is across the street. I've spent a few bucks there boosting the local economy. Thanks Shirley Franklin for my ticker tape parade everytime I visit. LOL

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