skydebbie 
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Was lovely food; prepared nearly as desired. Husband had the K' quiche that was slightly under-cooked, that will be requested to be more done in the future. Wife had omelette with cream cheese as one of the two included ingredients, so as to get the fried potatoes, to near the requested crispiness. Shared a side order of bacon. We both brought books to read, as we always do, and were well rewarded after the wait. We left properly satisfied. Went 3/8/15, while they were short staffed.

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Posted by skydebbie on 03/14/2015 at 7:20 PM

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Re: “Unhappy ending

Having held a Massage Therapist license in another state, even STATE LICENSING does not keep prostitution from the ranks. Went to school for a year (counted as only 9 weeks), passed a several hours long written exam, then months later the 3 board members present practical exam, and then couldn't find a job that didn't require experience, except at a massage parlor! I was the only person who wouldn't do the 'other stuff' and so when suspected police investigators came in, I was given the 'client' with instructions not to offer the other lady's services, as I would not do anything not proffessional massage. After 6 months I was let go as I was killing business, but I could now find a job that required 'experience'; dodging groping hands! Since then I moved back to Colorado, got my Springs license, and work in an office where the people I work with, protect me from having to face a 'client', instead, we treat patients looking for help recovering from injuries, lifelong or recent. I thought that the State was going to 'LICENSE' the massage industry and grant us the ability to be paid by reluctant insurance companies, but it appears that our legislators have 'Chickened' out of another responsibility and just want to add some funds to the State coffers, while taking away the right of the local municipalities to self-regulate an industry that can be abused, in more ways than one.

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Posted by skydebbie on 01/03/2009 at 9:55 AM

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