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Served mission to Valencia, Venezuela, 1998–2000

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Did you ever live next door to a stripper?
nMy last six months in the mission, we lived in an apartment building that had been turned into two apartments simply by putting a stack of cinder blocks down the middle. And this fricking hot stripper lived right next door with her Italian lover, who left his wife and kids to be with her. They would always have these wild, crazy sex parties. Then she’d have bisexual sex parties'all these lesbians, and there was just this thin cinder-block wall between us. If there was ever a time on my mission where I was like, “Screw this celibacy stuff,” it was that time.

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