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Must Read News About Miami & Miami Beach, Florida25 Things You Must Know Before Moving to MiamiWhat’s New in Our Guide to Miami Strip Clubs and Topless BarsJim Moore of Miami Tour Company Interviewed by Miami Today

http://ftr.fivefilters.org/makefulltextfeed.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fftr.fivefilters.org%2Fmakefulltextfeed.php%3Furl%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.miamibeach411.com%252Fnews%252Frss_2.0%26max%3D5&max=5 Miami’s leading online publication for the latest news, commentary and expert advice. http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/before-moving http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/before-moving <p>You Probably Won’t Listen, But You Can’t Say You Weren’t Warned</p> <div class=”imageRight”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/FL_Map.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”652″ height=”318″ id=”image” /></div> <p>Thinking of moving to Miami? That’s cute. I give you two years.</p> <p>“But wait!” you say. “I like sun! I like palm trees! Heck, I even like Cuban food and Salsa dancing and got a B+ in 12th grade Spanish! I KNOW Miami is the place for me!”</p> <p>Think again, oh freezing cold northerner. There are reasons the average American doesn’t stay here more than a couple of years, and it’s not because they hate 80 degree days in December.</p> <p>If you came here for a week and thought Miami was your new home, here’s 25 realities you need to accept before you make our skyline your background on Facebook (even though you probably already have).</p> <div class=”imageRight”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/Old_Lady_Driver.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”300″ height=”169″ id=”image” /></div> <p><strong>1. Jobs are scarce –</strong> People are always trying to move here. Businesses – at least ones that don’t involve <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/bottle-service-douchebags” title=”bottle service”>bottle service</a> or <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/miami-overrated-restaurants” title=”sushi”>sushi</a> – are not. You do the math.</p> <p><strong>2. You have to <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/driving-in-miami” title=”drive like a maniac”>drive like a maniac</a> to survive –</strong> Everyone in Miami knows the slowest way to get from Point A to Point B is by <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/miami-pedestrians” title=”following all the traffic laws”>following all the traffic laws</a>.</p> <p><strong>3. Nothing runs on time –</strong> This becomes infuriatingly clear the first time you arrive on time for dinner – starving – and have to wait an hour and a half until everyone else shows up.</p> <p><strong>4. It’s frustratingly transient –</strong> Living in Miami for an extended period of time is kinda like being the last guy alive at the retirement home.</p> <p><strong>5. You will be an outsider –</strong> You won’t understand the water cooler banter. You won’t be able to make small talk with strangers. And you won’t get unfunny jokes that people laugh at anyway. Actually, this one might be a plus.</p> <p><strong>6. Everyone lives at home –</strong> Getting the third degree from your date’s father didn’t end when you graduated High School! People in Miami live at home until they’re, like, dead.</p> <div class=”imageRight”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/Tall_Girl.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”217″ height=”316″ id=”image” /></div> <p><strong>7. Salaries don’t come close to cost of living –</strong> Employers seem to think $30,000 a year is perfectly reasonable when a decent apartment costs a grand. They must figure everyone is living at home.</p> <p><strong>8. Offices are like zoos –</strong> The only way your workplace’s loud music, noisy phone conversations, and Spanglish yelling across cubicles will seem normal is if your previous workplace was a dog kennel.</p> <p><strong>9. Everyone is short –</strong> If you’re male and over 6 feet tall, you will generally have every guy in the bar trying to fight you by 2 a.m. If you’re a girl over 5’7”, you will never wear heels on a date again.</p> <p><strong>10. People flake –</strong> Whenever a Miamian makes plans with you, make backup plans. And when those original plans come through, flake on your backup. It’s a vicious cycle, I know.</p> <p><strong>11. We air condition the ever loving soul out of everything –</strong> Jackets have two uses here: Movie theaters and that day in February.</p> <p><strong>12. FPL will ruin your weekend –</strong> Air conditioning units use only slightly less energy than Abrams tanks. So when that first $250 power bill shows up on a Friday, it’ll sting hard.</p> <p><strong>13. Never believe anyone who says “I can get you in” at a big club –</strong> Because he can’t. And neither can <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/index.php?/news/comments/vip-hookup/” title=”“My Boy.” “>“My Boy.”</a></p> <p><strong>14. It’s not diverse –</strong> Miami is two-thirds Hispanic. A majority figure on par with those bastions of diversity Tulsa and Salt Lake City.</p> <p><strong>15. Everything involves drinking –</strong> You know you’ve lived here too long when you start pregaming ballet recitals.</p> <p><strong>16. Nobody moves fast –</strong> If you enjoy listening to the lady at the front of the checkout line discuss her entire family with the cashier, this actually won’t bother you.</p> <div class=”imageRight”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/BMW_Douche.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”320″ height=”309″ id=”image” /></div> <p><strong>17. It Floods –</strong> It rains here. A lot. I mean, so much they’re building a <a href=”http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/04/hidden-ark-noahs-ark-miami-hialeah_n_2807621.html” title=”Goddam ark out in Hialeah”>Goddam ark out in Hialeah</a>.</p> <p><strong>18. You won’t go to the beach after your first year –</strong> And every time you plan to, it will rain.</p> <p><strong>19. Clubs are for tourists –</strong> You think anyone who pays these rents can afford a $12 Bud Light?</p> <p><strong>20. The Spanish thing is no joke –</strong> How many 20,000 square foot stores can you name in your hometown with all their signs in Spanish? Because I can name infinity plus one.</p> <p><strong>21. Miamians are dumb. Really dumb. –</strong> A friend who’s lived here his whole life recently told me “You’re the only person I know who reads books.”</p> <p><strong>22. Most of those cars are leased –</strong> Miami is a great testament to what $299 a month* can get you</p> <p><strong>23. Lying is perfectly fine –</strong> If people here ever told the truth, you’d never know everyone lives at home, leases a BWM, and can’t get you into a club.</p> <p><strong>24. It’s trashy –</strong> We are the birthplace of <a href=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVHdqmN7-XE” title=”the chonga”>the chonga</a>. You’re welcome.</p> <p><strong>25. You’ll never want to leave -</strong> But you will anyway.  That’s just how it goes.</p> <p><em>*One at this price. $4599 due at signing. Price does not include tax,tag, title, dealer fees, rims, tints, systems, custom paint, and airbrushed murals of Conan the Barbarian</em></p> <table cellpadding=”0″ cellspacing=”0″ class=”author_container” readability=”1.2222222222222″><tr readability=”2.4444444444444″><td> <p><span class=”BusinessText”><strong>Related Categories:</strong></span> <span class=”mob_hide_fullSite”>,</span> </p> </td> </tr></table><div class=”storeAd_container” readability=”8″> <div class=”storeAd_content” readability=”36″> <p>You Deserve More Than an Ordinary Vacation.</p> <p>Travel with Miami Beach 411 Today!</p> <ul><li>Over 10 years of excellent service guiding tours. <em>Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence</em>.</li> <li>Large fleet of new motor coaches, tour buses, and luxury vans. <em>Technology you won’t find anywhere</em>.</li> <li>Highly skilled, professional drivers and guides. <em>From people who love what they do</em>.</li> </ul><p>The Miami Beach 411 Travel Store is Open 24/7.</p> <table class=”StoreAd_button” onclick=”location.href=’http://secure.miamibeach411.com'” readability=”1″><tr readability=”2″><td>Search for Tours &amp; Transportation</td> </tr></table></div> </div> <h2>370 Comments <span class=”mob_hide_fullSite”>on</span></h2> <h2 class=”mob_hide_fullSite”>”25 Things You Must Know Before Moving to Miami”</h2> Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. <table cellpadding=”0″ cellspacing=”0″ class=”epilogue_container” readability=”0.82539682539683″><tr readability=”1.6507936507937″><td>Discuss the surrounding area in our hugely popular <a href=”http://forums.miamibeach411.com”>Miami forum</a>.</td> </tr></table><p><strong><a href=”https://blockads.fivefilters.org”>Let’s block ads!</a></strong> <a href=”https://github.com/fivefilters/block-ads/wiki/There-are-no-acceptable-ads”>(Why?)</a></p> Fri, 10 Oct 2014 04:46:36 +0000 matthew.meltzer@gmail.com de text/html http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/before-moving Miami: Local News http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/new-miami-strip-clubs http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/new-miami-strip-clubs <p>From Acrobats to Rib Sandwiches, A Lot Has Changed in the World of Miami Strip Clubs</p> <p>If you don’t pay attention to your strip clubs in Miami, a guy could get real confused.</p> <p>Since we first put out our comprehensive <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/strip-clubs” title=”Guide to Miami Strip Clubs and Topless Bars”>Guide to Miami Strip Clubs and Topless Bars</a> in 2007, a lot has changed. A LOT.</p> <p>Madonna’s employed a 13 year old and was mercifully shut down for like, 5 minutes until they paid off the right people.</p> <p>Gold Rush remodeled itself, reinvented itself, then got itself torn down and replaced.</p> <p><a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/knockers” title=”Tootsie’s opened a sports bar”>Tootsie’s opened a sports bar</a>.</p> <div class=”imageRight”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/E11even_Acrobats.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”350″ height=”341″ id=”image” /></div> <p>And Wonderland opened on Biscayne, officially making MiMo an sorta-ok place to go at night as long as you didn’t walk 2 blocks west.</p> <p>So fresh for 2014, here’s what’s new in Miami Strip Clubs and Topless Bars. And if you wanna get a solid guide to the rest of ‘em, they’re <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/strip-clubs” title=”all right here.”>all right here.</a></p> <p><strong><span class=”BusinessTitles”><a href=”http://www.11miami.com/” title=”E11even”>E11even</a></span></strong><br /><em>29 NE 11th St, Miami<br />305-829-2911</em></p> <p>Gold Rush is gone. Kaput. Dead. What has replaced it is the most unique concept to come to Miami in a long time: The cabaret-strip-dance-gourmet restaurant club that is <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/ladies-e11even” title=”E11even”>E11even</a>. Confused? Join the club.</p> <p>First off, E11even never closes. So if you roll in there at 8am on a Tuesday and want to grab a drink, well, nobody other than your conscience is going to stop you. Btu we warned: while the folks at E11even claim they’ll have dancers all day, but this is actually not the case. Fun as it is dancing for the one guy who wanted to go to a strip club at 8 in the morning and drink, most dancers stay off the stage until there’s a decent sized crowd.</p> <p>Friday Happy Hour brings hands-down the most impressive strip club buffet you’ll ever see. Complete with truffle-mushroom gnocci, fresh (really, it’s fresh) Caprese salad, chocolate parfaits, seasoned prime rib and turkey carving stations, and fresh, house-baked foccaccia. Oh, and it’s FREE.</p> <p>Curiously, there also seem to be no actual stage dancers during the Happy Hour Buffet. Probably because they know they’d get completely ignored in favor of the Caprese Salad.</p> <p>If that’s not enough for you, upstairs is Top Chef alum Carla Pellegrino’s gourmet restaurant Touche, that boasts a beautiful view of the city (once the building across the street is torn down) and an equally-beautiful menu. You can even eat there without ever going to the club, but it is still the best restaurant you’ll ever find on the roof of a strip joint.</p> <p>At night, well, it’s whatever you want it to be. Yes, there are topless girls dancing on stages on both sides of the club. There are also acrobats and stage performers doing various sorts of acrobating and stage-y things. And live DJs make it a pseudo-dance club, with talent like George Acosta heading up the main room regularly.</p> <div class=”imageLeft”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/E11even_Girls.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”350″ height=”234″ id=”image” /></div> <p>They don’t really do lap dances on the floor, so you’ll have to adjourn to the “private rooms” for those, which range in price from $50 to the thousands. Some of those rooms have iPads, too, where you can order drinks, food from Calra, or the dancer of your choice with the touch of a screen. Ahhh….technology.</p> <p>And about those dancers…the owners were the same folks who rehabbed Spearmint Rhino in Las Vegas and have brought out-of-town talent in to open the club. Time will tell whether the overall attractiveness of the dancers stays on the top tier it now occupies. But hopefully that will be the case.</p> <p>What E11even lacks in full nudity it makes up for in its crowd. Sure, it’s still more guys than girls, but E11even has developed a strangely-passionate female following,  as they have made themselves possibly <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/ladies-e11even” title=”the most girl-friendly strip club in history”>the most girl-friendly strip club in history</a>. It is, to our knowledge, the only one in Miami that will let ladies in unescorted, and the club is noticeably young, professional and local. In the few months it’s been open, E11even established itself as a legitimate nightlife venue for our city, but probably not somewhere to go for a night of raunchy nudity.</p> <div class=”imageRight”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/Stiletto2.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”200″ height=”457″ id=”image” /></div> <p><strong><span class=”BusinessTitles”><a href=”http://www.stilettogentlemenclub.com/” title=”Stiletto”>Stiletto</a></span></strong><br /><em>3615 NW South River Dr, Miami<br />(305)-637-6799</em></p> <p>You wouldn’t think of the edge of US-27 near the Miami River in Hialeah as a place you’d go for a strip club that was anything short of miserable. And back when this airport-adjacent spot was Centro Espanol, well, that’s exactly what you would have gotten. Girls with leg tats flanked by child-induced cellulite, glued-down hair, and questionable paperwork.</p> <p>But those days are gone.</p> <p>The folks who opened up Stiletto have given the old airport dive-club a complete overhaul, with brand new lights, sound and décor, and brought in a markedly-improved fleet of dancers. Is it Scarlett’s South? No. But iare these strippers the hottest you’ll find south of the County Line and west of I-95? Yes, for now anyway.</p> <p>The crowd didn’t seem like it had changed a whole lot from when it was Centro, but then again the Hialeah strip club clientele demographic is pretty consistent wherever you go. They’ve got some exceptional champagne room and bottle specials – $100 on Sunday and Monday, and a $50 champagne room when you buy a $100 bottle – and hopefully those last for a while.</p> <p>Most importantly, this will in the very near future be Miami’s only boat-up strip club, which may improve the clientele considerably. No word on whether the strippers will be allowed to come out onto boats, but we don’t see how that could possibly be bad for business.</p> <p><strong><span class=”BusinessTitles”><a href=”https://www.facebook.com/landingstrip7018?fref=ts” title=”Landing Strip”>Landing Strip</a></span></strong>(Resently Formerly Vivid Live)<br /><em>7020 NW 72nd Ave, Doral<br />305-863-7117</em></p> <div class=”imageLeft”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/Landing_Strip.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”250″ height=”392″ id=”image” /></div> <p>If a strip club opens in Doral and changes names twice within a year, would anyone notice?</p> <p>You probably heard about the much-ballyhooed opening of Vivid Live in Doral last Fall, when the adult entertainment giants opened a 30,000 square foot megaclub on NW 72nd Ave. And, sure, the first month or so, when they had Vivid entertainers dancing there and football Sundays, were huge. And then, well, then they realized they were in Miami.</p> <p>The porn stars turned into chongas, the crowds went from football fans to, well, guys who’d go watch chongas on poles in Doral. And so now it’s something else.</p> <p>Kinda.</p> <p>It’s still got the 40 plasma TVs for watching sports, 30,000 square feet of “entertaining “area.<br />over 20 VIP rooms, multiple stages, and a full kitchen. What it does not have, however, are customers.</p> <p>The Landing Strip – who’s tagline is “A First Class Lounge” –  would be more aptly named “The Horrifying Fiery Crash Site” since crashing and burning is exactly what this club is doing. The night we went the valet looked more excited to see our car pull up than he would be if he were on a desert island and we were a Coast Guard cutter.</p> <p>Inside, a few very-bored looking and not-so-attractive dancers kinda moved around on stage for a smattering of customers, who didn’t look any more entertained.</p> <p>Sad, since the space is beautiful, high tech, and relatively clean. But if porn stars can’t get guys to drive to Doral, it’s a longshot that the Landing Strip will.</p> <p><strong><span class=”BusinessTitles”><a href=”http://www.tootsiescabaret.com” title=”Tootsie’s Cabaret “>Tootsie’s Cabaret</a></span></strong><br /><em>150 NW 183rd St., Miami Gardens<br />305-651-5822</em></p> <p>Like that girl who used to run South Beach then forgot to take care of herself, Tootsie’s has gone a little bit downhill.</p> <p>Oh, it’s still a cut above your average bad-neighborhood dive bar with a pole, but some new competitors have taken away Miami’s top stripping talent, and left the venerable Miami Gardens garter palace with some girls you might pay to put their clothes back on.</p> <div class=”imageRight”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/Tootsies.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”450″ height=”302″ id=”image” /></div> <p>The night we went we found ourselves face-to-crack with a rear-end that was roughly the size of a bean bag chair. A place one dollar bills went to never be heard from again. It was disturbing.</p> <p>The crowd at Tootsie’s has followed the dancers down the proverbial rabbit hole. Gone are the working guys looking to cut loose on a Friday. In are guys with flat brim hats, gold teeth, and 305 tattoos. And cigarette smoke. Lots of cigarette smoke.</p> <p>On the upside, Tootsie’s does have a sprawling sports bar in the back – <a href=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/knockers” title=”Knockers”>Knockers</a> – that if it ever had a crowd would be a pretty cool place. The food is good (a surprisingly delicious spicy fried chicken and bourbon waffles is the highlight) and if you want to watch a game without butts the size of basketballs blocking your view, it’s a great spot.</p> <p>Similarly, they’ve opened an upstairs VIP lounge with an additional cover, which seems to be where all the girls you’d actually want to see naked are dancing. When they’re not back in private rooms with higher-class customers, that is. And those high rollers know the other great thing about the new Tootsies: Getting the “extras” is merely a business negotiation (look no further than the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito text exchanges for proof of that).  Because when you’re no longer the hottest girl in the club, you gotta do a little more to get attention.</p> <p><strong><span class=”BusinessTitles”><a href=”http://www.showbars.com” title=”The Pink Pony”>The Pink Pony</a></span></strong><br /><em>7971 NW 33rd St, Doral<br />305-513-3780</em></p> <p>Good news and bad news at the Pink Pony. They’ve redone the interior and it feels a lot less like a Greyhound terminal with a champagne room than it used to. The new bar, lighting and stage make this spot in the middle of the Doral warehouse district almost make you forget you’re in the middle of the Doral warehouse district. The girls aren’t much of an improvement, but then again the Pink Pony was never a destination for the top talent.<br />The menu is surprisingly good, as it always was, but gone is what was once the best strip club menu item in Miami: The Pink Pony Pizza. Now this may not be such sad news in the grand scheme of the Miami culinary scene, since we’ve got a lot more options for great pizza now that DON’T charge a $10 cover. But if you’re the kind of person who enjoys having dinner in the company of C-section scars, and having it interrupted every 5 minutes to “tip me for my dance,” well, this is a little disheartening.</p> <div class=”imageLeft”><img src=”http://www.miamibeach411.com/ee/images/uploads/Club_Lexx_Rib_Sando.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”image” name=”image” width=”250″ height=”188″ id=”image” /></div> <p><u><strong><span class=”BusinessTitles”>Club Lexx</span></strong></u><br /><em>12001 NW 27th Ave., Miami<br />305- 685-7408</em></p> <p>Oh, don’t be confused. Nothing has changed at the venerable Club Lexx. You still get patted down to within an inch of a sexual battery claim when you walk in. You still see more gold teeth than you do regular teeth. And it still makes the KOD look downright multicultural.<br />But the big improvement at Opa-Locka’s best strip club? You can now get food delivered to your seat from the Rib shack next door.</p> <p>Go ahead. Laugh. Then try the rib sandwich. We guarantee you’ll say to yourself “I’m gonna come back here and go to that rib place during the day.” <a href=”http://www.zagat.com/b/miami/dinner-theater-best-strip-club-food#.U6H8LFNfoAM.facebook” title=”Zagat even rated it”>Zagat even rated it</a>, for chrissakes. Because it is, unequivocally, the best strip club food item in Miami.</p> <div class=”storeAd_container” readability=”8″> <div class=”storeAd_content” readability=”36″> <p>You Deserve More Than an Ordinary Vacation.</p> <p>Travel with Miami Beach 411 Today!</p> <ul><li>Over 10 years of excellent service guiding tours. <em>Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence</em>.</li> <li>Large fleet of new motor coaches, tour buses, and luxury vans. <em>Technology you won’t find anywhere</em>.</li> <li>Highly skilled, professional drivers and guides. <em>From people who love what they do</em>.</li> </ul><p>The Miami Beach 411 Travel Store is Open 24/7.</p> <table class=”StoreAd_button” onclick=”location.href=’http://secure.miamibeach411.com'” readability=”1″><tr readability=”2″><td>Search for Tours &amp; Transportation</td> </tr></table></div> </div> <h2>3 Comments <span class=”mob_hide_fullSite”>on</span></h2> <h2 class=”mob_hide_fullSite”>”What’s New in Our Guide to Miami Strip Clubs and Topless Bars”</h2> Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. <table cellpadding=”0″ cellspacing=”0″ class=”epilogue_container” readability=”0.82539682539683″><tr readability=”1.6507936507937″><td>Discuss the surrounding area in our hugely popular <a href=”http://forums.miamibeach411.com”>Miami forum</a>.</td> </tr></table><p><strong><a href=”https://blockads.fivefilters.org”>Let’s block ads!</a></strong> <a href=”https://github.com/fivefilters/block-ads/wiki/There-are-no-acceptable-ads”>(Why?)</a></p> Fri, 29 Aug 2014 17:55:51 +0000 matthew.meltzer@gmail.com es text/html http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/new-miami-strip-clubs Miami: Local News, Miami: Food & Restaurant News, Miami: Nightlife, Miami: Things to Do http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/jim-moore-interview-miami-today http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/jim-moore-interview-miami-today <p>You Deserve More Than an Ordinary Vacation.</p> <p>Travel with Miami Beach 411 Today!</p> <ul><li>Over 10 years of excellent service guiding tours. <em>Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence</em>.</li> <li>Large fleet of new motor coaches, tour buses, and luxury vans. <em>Technology you won’t find anywhere</em>.</li> <li>Highly skilled, professional drivers and guides. <em>From people who love what they do</em>.</li> </ul><p>The Miami Beach 411 Travel Store is Open 24/7.</p> <table class=”StoreAd_button” onclick=”location.href=’http://secure.miamibeach411.com'” readability=”1″><tr readability=”2″><td>Search for Tours &amp; Transportation</td> </tr></table><p><strong><a href=”https://blockads.fivefilters.org”>Let’s block ads!</a></strong> <a href=”https://github.com/fivefilters/block-ads/wiki/There-are-no-acceptable-ads”>(Why?)</a></p> Sat, 16 Aug 2014 13:07:18 +0000 matthew.meltzer@gmail.com da text/html http://www.miamibeach411.com/news/jim-moore-interview-miami-today Miami: Travel News

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