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Paired with Andy Murray’s intense and restrained performance as Sharky, the brothers are reason enough to merit a trip to the Irish Repertory Theatre — but the pot is sweetened when old, equally dysfunctional friends Ivan (Michael Mellamphy) and Nicky (Tim Ruddy) show up for the annual Christmas Eve poker game, with new acquaintance Mr.Lockhart (Matthew Broderick) in tow, who raises the stakes by revealing himself to Sharky as a sinister collector of old debts.BY SCOTT STIFFLER | The chance of a Christmas miracle for the motley crew of problem drinkers and eager gamblers wallowing in vice as that holy holiday approaches is about as slim as the branches on the tiny, artificial tree relegated to a corner of the oddly constructed home where “The Seafarer” unfolds.But like a winning hand when the chips are down, miracles have been known to happen — and not always to the most saintly among us.In case you had any doubt, there is big money in sex. It's run by people who are struggling to find other opportunities.Atlanta's sex trade was worth a whopping 0 million in 2007 alone. The survey found pimps can make anywhere between ,000 per week (the average in Kansas City) to ,833 per week (in Atlanta). Of the pimps surveyed, just 5.5 percent had a college degree, but the vast majority had earned a high school degree, received a GED or attended college for at least some time, as the chart above shows.
Elsewhere on the site, pollster Mark Penn provides a full analysis of the survey, which was conducted by his firm, Penn Schoen Berland.
Some 32 percent of respondents had a family member who was involved in pimping or prostitution before them, the report found.
And for many, that had a large role in shaping their views toward the industry: "At age five and six and seven, I seen it because my auntie was a ho. My uncle and father were pimps." The majority of the respondents surveyed said customers didn't typically fit any one mold.
"The same people locking me up are the ones breaking the law." 7.
Craigslist is not the most popular site to advertise Internet sex work. In fact, roughly 10 percent of customers pay with a credit card. "Normal" businesses are often complicit in the sex economy's operation.