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MAISON DU DOULEUR TO REOPEN
DULLES, VA -- Lorelei Del'Armigo, the "Madame of DC", has returned to the area to reopen her notorious venue, Maison du Douleur (House of Pain). The Maison was originally run by Jean Claude de Perdue and Ms. Del'Armigo some years ago. It was an entertainment venue that caterers to "Fetishes," but no sexual activity is permitted on premises.
In 2001, Jean Claude fell sick, and Lorelei and he went to Paris, closing The Maison. Del'Armigo returns to Washington without Mr. de Perdue.
The Maison itself is a large house on several acres of land in Loudoun County, that privately caterers to Fetishists by appointment. The house is modeled after a plantation style home, and has cabins and a barn. Private parties are available.
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ALTERCATION AT TERRATECH BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE, MD -- Inner Harbor Police were dispatched to a "domestic" disturbance call at the TerraTech Bolton Street Office. This office houses TerraTech's main Political office providing offices for Consultants and Lobbyists. The office was closed, as it was Friday night after work hours.
Police were called when people outside the offices say a tall woman was having a fight with a man inside the lobby while the building was supposedly closed. When police arrived, they found the woman covered in blood, but with no wounds on her person.
The man, who was unharmed, said that she was fine, and this was just a lover's spat. The blood was said to be due to an unspecified accident related to the woman menstruating. This was not verified by police.
Police identified the man as Vander Soulridge, CEO of the company, and the woman was Hera Wyre, an employee.
Neither party wanted to press
charges, and since the incident fell under the criteria for
Disturbing the Peace rather than Domestic Violence, both
parties were permitted to go their separate ways after the
report was taken. Police still consider the matter under
investigation, but do not have enough evidence to detain or
charge either party involved at this time.
CAR THIEVES TERRORIZE POLICE IMPOUND LOT
ARLINGTON, VA -- Two unidentified young males were seen trying to remove a 1985 Buick Regal, custom remodeled to resemble sister muscle car the Grand National, from the Arlington County police impound lot. The car was inoperable, as it was being held as evidence in a car jacking suspected to have been done by a local gang.
The owner of the vehicle, Francesca Torquemada, has been missing since the night the car was reported stolen almost a month ago.
It is possible that the guilty parties were trying to remove the car before some form of incriminating evidence was recovered. They did not make it out of the lot with the car.
Video footage of the pair was too grainy to make a positive ID.
Also, when the pair broke into the lot, they may have let in a stray dog of some kind, apparently a husky or other large, wolf-like breed. The dog was not caught and appears to have left the impound lot.
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Parepin - America's First Line of Defense
ORLANDO, FL -- This weekend, Parepin will be added to Orlando's drinking supply in what is both a symbolic and very practical move in the battle against biological terrorism. Parepin strengthens the immune system, boosting immunity against a wide range of biological weapons.
After the devastating dirty bomb and biological attacks against Los Angeles and Anaheim, Orlando was selected for protection against biological attack. Washington, D.C., New York City, Atlanta and Boston will all be adding Parepin to their water supply before the end of the month, and national rollout should be completed by the end of summer.
Parepin is the brand name for a man-made drug that is also sometimes referred to by its generic name, Zeridine.
Developed in a ground-breaking partnership between a major pharmaceutical company and NIH, Parepin is a complex drug that bootstraps the immune system.
Parepin ( http://www.parepin.org/ ) is a revolutionary drug made possible by the advances in medical technology from the study of AIDS and other immune diseases. While antibiotics target bacteria and antiviral drugs target viruses, Parepin is not designed to combat a specific disease or set of diseases. Instead, it makes the body better able to combat all disease.
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From regular columnist
Ahhh... the end of summer approaches. The end of white shoes and Virginia Beach, the beginning of the Renaissance Festival and school traffic. But, hope springs eternal, as does drama in our torrid little hamlet. On with the show!
I realize my column is often the "Loki Show", simply because he can be relied upon to do interesting and snark-worthy things. This month is no disappointment.
The Trickster has added yet another mystery woman to his entourage of sycophants, this time an exotic little Asian number he was seen chatting up for quite some time, sans his other toys and sans the law student.
Said young lady was also seen at the same time in the company of an unidentified young white male, ruggedly blue-collar good-looking, sporting an interesting tattoo.
Later on, another Asian girl, who may be a sister to the first, strolled up in a red kimono top and joined in. Sources later corrected me to say this may in fact be her BROTHER! Someone, please get that boy a map to Dupont Circle, stat!
On a rougher note, Heidi Fleiss, look out! You're about to get dethroned, when the House of Pain reopens out in the 'burbs. Madame Del'Armigo has come to whip things back into shape. I will have to be extra good from now on, non?
Until next time, pets...
Morality can't be imposed from the outside