Friday, March 18, 2011


Back in 1968, a couple of NYC housewives on a gentrified street of brownstones was running a prostitution ring out of their homes. At least one of them was doing it without her husband's knowledge and only when he was out of town on business.

But one day he came home early and caught her with a guy who had been sent over by her "pimp" working out of the local bar. Luckily for that guy, the 'N.Y.P.D.' was already there to arrest her, so once they were let into the house by "The Screaming Woman", they were able to stop her husband from beating the "client" to death. It looks like the cops let the "john" get off with a warning, which was a godsend for his future political career. Because that "john" turned out to be a future state governor, Eugene Xavier Gatling (as seen on 'Benson'). BCnU!

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