Posts tagged ‘Craigslist’

July 15, 2011

Pacifica Man Goes To Federal Prison For Trafficking Endangered Species On The Web

by Accidental Bear

LIONS, TIGERS & BEARS, OH MY! Stuffed and sold on Craigslist.


SAN FRANCISCO – James Dickson was sentenced yesterday to six months in prison and ordered to pay $2,200 in restitution to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service, as a result of his participation in the illegal trade of protected wildlife, United States Attorney Melinda Haag announced.  Dickson was also ordered to forfeit numerous taxidermy mounts of wildlife worth tens of thousands of dollars.

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May 11, 2011

Sex Chart Revealed; The word Top Appears More Frequently than Bottom in Sex Ads

by Accidental Bear

I love graphs! Who really has time to count the number of sex ads posted, bj’s given or which cities gay sex ads most commonly use the words “top” or “top”? The answer is Zamin Dharsi, who claims that ” he is a hybrid strategic thinker and visual designer who places a strong emphasis on human research.” Read his results in this visually pleasing sex chart. ~AB (Thanks Queerty)


Gay Sex in America Infographic


In an effort to understand an often misunderstood sub-culture within society, I researched the role of sex within the gay community.Specifically conducting quantitative and qualitative analysis using Craigslist, I uncovered which cities in the United States have the highest homosexual populations, and how they compare in using the internet as a mechanism to come together.
February 19, 2011

Men are cruising for sex at Always o’clock

by Accidental Bear

I say good luck with one coppers!

Cops Cracking Down On Public Park Sex In Northern California Can’t Find Anybody To Arrest

via Queerty

Looks like we might have another Warm Sands on our cold hands: The PetalumaPolice Department, north of San Francisco, is “continuing to conduct enforcement operations on anonymous gay sexual encounters in public parks, which have been reported for decades, although the main locations used and the manner of arranging the encounters steadily have changed,” relays the Press Democrat. Facing misdemeanor charges of lewd conduct, men cruising public spaces like Prince Parks have been facing a new challenge: police erected a fence around a forested area, making entry and exit more easy to monitor. What effect did that have? Men just moved to nearby Lucchesi Park. Well! Police, who note that neither minors nor women are involved in reported sexual activity, say they monitor sites like Craigslist to see when men are arranging a meet up, but I’ll give you a hint: men are cruising for sex at Always o’clock. The police are so good at cracking down on these crimes, they’ve made this many “recent” arrests: zero.

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