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  1. I thought that you already knew that Alokin?,,, I am an RLC agent ask Foamy and Stncld they'll verify it ,,, I get paid by them to be here and defend them and their business/tenants on a daily basis,, I bought a 6 bedroom house and 2 exotic cars with money I earned working for RLC,,,well now you know Anyway Nina and Kira are good decent Lesbian women,,,they might be boring to some people,, but that's also what makes them very interesting to most,,,if I'm not mistaken and my memory is still kinda working,, I think that Nina and Kira were the very first couple to get married while on RLC in front of our eyes,,and also the first couple to have a threesome. Nora and Kiko, Nina and Kira, Maya and former Bf Stepan, Lora and Max, Nelly and Bogdan, Leora and Paul,Adriana and Daniel, Maria and John,,,, are just a few of the most real couples that there has ever been on RLC. Sometimes "Real life" could also mean real boring,,,, couples who have day or night jobs would be gone for hours a day,,,and rarely have sex,,but they also cook and clean, have friends over and have parties, watch tv, do laundry ,,,,you know just the regular stuff that regular real people do every day. I used to think that Masha and Sasha weren't a real couple at first,,,But after watching them for a long time I see that they are just simply a real couple who happen to love a lot of sex and are also swingers You are obviously one of those people who never read the fine print.. just sign up to RLC and go straight to watching ass and Titties while jerking lol,,,,,,, You said that RLC is selling a product and they told you exactly what that product is about,,,,but you chose to ignore the fine print and make up in your head what RLC should be about,,,,and then when you get disappointed you blame them for something that they never promised you in the first place. Unlike you sir,,,I don't waste my time arguing with a company over their product,,,if after a while I don't get what I wanted I move on to something else,,, i don't waste my precious time bitching about something that will never change,,,you think that giving your negative opinion here on CC about RLC is gonna make Nina and Kira do exactly what you want?,,,I don't think so. Here is a place where you can find exactly what you want to see,,and the best part is,,,it's Freeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! https://www.pornhub.com/video?c=27 https://xhamster.com/categories/lesbians
  2. Alokin,,,you need to stop this nonsense please,,,, I'm not even gonna curse or try to insult you because I really do believe that this is really the way you actually think,,,it's a real shame that CC just let's anyone on here,,, this is the only place where I come into contact with people who just say the dumbest shit ever!!!! damn man what's wrong with you guys? Any person on here who's intelligent and have known Nina and Kira for as long as they have been on RLC will know that you are doing one of 2 things,,trolling for a response from us,,,,or just a really not so smart person,,,,,, All my life I never knew people like you guys actually existed,,,it's almost like running into Big Foot or a UFO. Just come out and say what you really want to say,,,,,you want to see none stop fucking from Nina and Kira just like how Masha and Sasha fuck all the time because only then would you consider their relationship as being real. You are literally saying that couples are only real if they fuck all the time for you to watch.
  3. Roy Moore Loses Election

    You beat me to it lol,,,,,,,I feel good about my country again,,,thank you Alabama!!!!
  4. Did you think about what you were gonna write before you wrote this? You don't pay to see their lives "outside the Apt,,,you pay for whatever happens inside. Normal people have sex in real life 2 times or more,,,or 2 times and less per/month,,,,everyone is different,,,what is good for some people may not be the same for others. If you somehow think that Nina and Kira are not lesbians for real,,,,then you have no idea who or what a lesbian is,,,, you are basing your opinion on the lesbians you see in porn and not real life.
  5. I was just stating the fact that even if RLC complies and puts cameras where there aren't any cameras now,,, there will still be complaints about new hidden spots by someone here or elsewhere, Sometimes as a business you just cannot do every single thing the costumer wants or else you would never completely satisfy everyone. The #1 reason why people complain about blindspots is because they think that there is some hidden masturbation, lesbian sex orgy, drug use, talking on the phone/getting directions by phone,,,etc etc,,,,,"it's a curiosity killed the cat kind of thing",,,,if you can't see or hear something it eats you up inside and your mind just wonders and makes up all the possibilities of what's happening offscreen and out of camera view,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I think if these women really wanted to hide and do anything they would simply just leave and do whatever they want outside of the Apts. Some of them really do hide from the cameras a lot of the time,,,,but if RLC were to put cameras in the area they were hiding,,they would simply go hide somewhere else,,,, And I'm almost 100% certain that RLC doesn't map out how the entire Apt looks,,and shows every single room that these Apts have "OUT OF SIGHT OUT OF MIND" if we don't know about a hidden room then nobody can complain about the ladies hiding inside of them.
  6. Let them add about 20 more cameras,,,,that should solve the blindspot issues,,,,,oh wait it still won't, because some people on here would still complain about even more blind spots that the now 40 cameras didn't cover.
  7. Trump Will be Impeached

    What does the Senate tax plan mean for you? MEGAN HUGHES,ABC News 4 hours ago Reactions Sign in to like Reblog on Tumblr Share Tweet Email The massive tax overhaul passed by the Senate early Saturday morning will if enacted into law impact millions of Americans in different ways. By and large, the most costly provision continues to be reducing the corporate tax rate to 20 percent. The Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) gives that a $1.4 trillion price tag. Republican claims the measure would pay for itself were also debunked this week by the JCT. Their analysis estimated the bill would grow the economy by .8 percent over a decade, still adding $1 trillion to the deficit. When it comes to individual income taxes, the Senate measure also makes broad cuts across income levels. However, most of the individual income tax provisions will sunset after 2025 unless Congress acts. The bill also includes a change to inflation adjustments that would raise taxes slightly compared to what they would have been under current law. By 2027, every income group under $75,000 is expected to see tax increases according to the Joint Committee on Taxation. The corporate rate cut, from 35 percent to 20 percent, will be permanent. The Senate bill is not the final word. The Senate and House versions of tax reform have big differences including the treatment of the health insurance mandate penalties, as well as the number of tax brackets. The two will need to be reconciled before they get to President Trump’s desk. Here's how the Senate plan could affect you: 2017 rates versus your rate under the Senate bill The Senate bill maintains seven brackets, the same number as exist under current law, but it also lowers most of the rates and raises many of the income thresholds. For example, a married couple making $200,000 in 2017 would have paid $42,884.50 in taxes. Under the Senate bill, they would move from the 28 percent to the 24 percent tax bracket, and their tax bill would drop to $37,079 — before deductions are considered. Standard deduction goes up, other deductions out The Senate bill would nearly double the standard deduction. For individuals, it would go from $6,350 to $12,000. For married joint filers, it raises that deduction from $12,700 to $24,000. This may result in fewer taxpayers itemizing their deductions, and the bill’s supporters hope that standard deduction increase will help offset the elimination of other deductions. “Generally speaking, if you are a taxpayer that takes the standard deduction currently ... good chances are you get a tax cut," said Scott Greenberg, a senior analyst at the Tax Foundation. "Taxpayers with large amounts of itemized deductions, some of them could see a modest tax increase.” “Lawmakers are trying to create a tax code where fewer taxpayers use deductions that are related to specific economic activities and more taxpayers use the standard deduction,” Greenberg said. Who takes a hit? In the first eight years, Greenberg says the potential losers are generally people who make great use of tax preferences rather than taking the standard deduction. A few stand out. People living in high-tax cities and states People living in high-tax cities and states like New York and California will take a hit, though Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, lessened that blow in the final hours of negotiations by retaining some deductions for property taxes. The original bill completely eliminated the deduction for state and local taxes (SALT), but Collins insisted on retaining a deduction on property taxes up to $10,000. According to the Tax Foundation, the property tax deduction accounts for just over one-third of all state and local taxes deducted in 2015, the most recent year for which data are available. According to that group’s analysis, this deduction also benefits middle-income earners more than deductions on state and local income tax would. In Westchester County, New York, the property tax deduction alone is worth $5,548 per filer, according to the Tax Foundation. The issue was expected to be a sticking point in the final negotiations reconciling the Senate and House versions. “It would have been a point of disagreement that they’d have to sort out,” Greenberg said. Upper-middle income households with a lot of children Although the bill does expand the child tax credit from $1,000 to $2,000 it also does away with personal exemptions. If you’re in the 25 percent bracket or lower and you have children, Greenberg says “the Senate bill is a good or harmless trade.” The personal exemption allows individuals to deduct more than $4,000 as a “personal exemption” for themselves, their spouses, and each dependent. Greenberg says this could hit upper-middle income families. Health insurance consumers on the individual market The Joint Committee on Taxation has estimated that federal budget deficits would be reduced by about $318 billion by eliminating the penalty associated with the individual mandate. Those effects would occur mainly because households are expected to make less use of things like premium tax credits and Medicaid. Lower enrollment would mean fewer benefits coming from federal coffers. There is concern that eliminating the mandate's penalties would lead to adverse selection, where young, healthy people choose not to enter the insurance market, and that would lead to higher premiums. Wins for the wealthy While in the first eight years after the bill's passage, the losers are expected to be the people who make use of tax preferences, the measure includes some big wins for millionaires. “The tax benefit for high-income households as a percentage of their income would be higher than the tax benefits for other income group households as a percentage of their income,” Greenberg said. The top tax rate for the highest-income Americans drops from 39.6 percent to 38.5 percent. Also, because of the brackets being reorganized, married couples making between $500,000 to $1 million would see their tax rate drop from 39.6 percent to 35 percent. Wealthy Americans would also see a benefit in the Senate bill’s changes to the alternative minimum tax (AMT). Senate Finance Committee documents say this was done to help simplify the tax code, Finally, the richest Americans would see a boon in an expansion of exemptions from the estate tax, also called the “death tax". Currently, when a person passes away, his or her heirs can receive up to $5.5 million in property and assets tax-free. The Senate bill doubles that amount ($11 million for individuals, $22 million for married couples).
  8. That only happens in Fairytales lol
  9. Me too,, I remember when I saw Anna laying on that bed wasted and looking so horny because she could't stop touching herself and the way how she started moaning when Irma started rubbing her down and kissing her. *memories*
  10. Let's just say I paid $500 to go to a New Year's Eve party and never showed up because I was glued to my computer lol
  11. The night when Irma and Anna almost did it for the first time.