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Old 05-Oct-21, 19:23
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Default Re: Miss V / Vivienne (formerly Ava) reviews

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Dear Mr RMD77
Could u please tell me one college that's mostly virtual .I live in a 10 mile radius of 3 colleges and students are going to classes Plus did u see any college football games on TV Ohio State Alabama Penn State LSU etc the stadiums were filled up ALSO if are MISS V is a med student why is she wrestling strangers during a pandemic
Do you think it's worse to wrestle a guy for an hour, or go to a football game with 100k people? (I don't know if OSU attendance has been over 100k, but it hit 76k against Tulsa a few weeks ago in their lowest attendance since 1971.)

Being a med student doesn't make you a health expert. It means you spent a couple grand on applications and entrance tests probably. Even doctors and nurses are refusing to get the vaccine and in some cases, even refusing to wear masks while working in a room with patients known to be infected.

Besides, there is a lot of incentive to do what you can to make money to keep your student loans low. Education costs are a complete scam, getting worse by the year, and they stick with you even if you drop out and don't get the fancy job to pay off the debt. There are countless stories of people with $250k-1m in student debt after becoming a doctor. They may make $200k or whatever starting out and still get crushed by debt, can't buy a house or a nice car for many years, etc. Anyway, if you're not independently wealthy and have to go the student loans route, you weigh the finances against covid risks, risks of meeting strange men in a hotel room, etc. (especially now that vaccines are widely available in the US)

I know some med students, and sure, they work hard, but they're also young, and generally not the best at time management and don't necessarily know how best to navigate life yet. It's not the hardest job in the world, even if it's harder than the average job.

According to this thread ([Only Registered Users Can See LinksClick Here To Register]), lots are studying maybe 50-60 hours a week, then after a couple years it apparently gets easier (for some at least, others indicate first year is easiest). That's nothing compared to hot-shot lawyers putting in 80-90 hours a week under actual stress, not just fake school stress.

But none of that matters. She has her own life. She manages her time and decides how often to session, locally and on tour. Maybe it was a mistake to make her actual profession public lol.
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Old 05-Oct-21, 22:21
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Default Re: Miss V / Vivienne (formerly Ava) reviews

Hi Uxiel
U made a good point in all fronts I don't know whats more safer football game or a session ...Hey new debate Ha. Regarding the Med student thing it was brought up on her reviews how great she was because she was a med student etc etc I guess u have to scroll back
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Old 13-Oct-21, 21:33
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Default Re: Miss V / Vivienne (formerly Ava) reviews

Anyone know how soon before a session she gets in touch with you re: location and ground rules? Does she ask what type of session you're looking for then, or do you just need to let her know?
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Anyone know how soon before a session she gets in touch with you re: location and ground rules? Does she ask what type of session you're looking for then, or do you just need to let her know?
I found that when she is very busy (which, I think, is pretty much always), session arrangement communications can be a little last minute. She sent me the session location the day before the session, and then texted me her room number when I arrived at her hotel.

As for the session itself, she was great! I explained what I wanted, and she was totally about doing everything I requested. I'm sure she has her limits, but everything I asked for seemed to be well within them. She is VERY attractive, and gave me a wonderful session experience. I would book her again without question.

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