While Democrat politicians and liberal scolds have successfully destroyed the American economy, women in God’s Country are making money and crushing dreams on a nightly basis.
Only, they’re doing it with a mask.
Cleo counts out crumpled dollars, straightening the bills as she stacks them neatly on her bare leg. “Twenty-two dollars,” the 23-year-old exclaims. “Not too bad!”
All around her, more than a dozen nearly naked women are dancing on the stage and swinging from a brass pole as music thumps and customers shower the dancers with money. It’s like any other night at this rural strip club on the Colorado-Wyoming border, with one notable exception: While the dancers are all wearing barely-there outfits, every one of them is wearing a mask.
Some are bandannas. Some are surgical masks. One looks as if it was swiped from a construction site. They’re a seemingly odd accessory for women wearing a mix of g-strings, bikinis and lingerie. (H/T – AOSHQ ONT)
The good news is you won’t get the Wuhan virus from some stripper coughing on you. The bad news is you’ll get something worse after the obligatory lap dance.
Meet Nicholas Miller of Greenfield, Indiana. Nicholas likes to wind down after a hard day of work, and when his relaxation is interrupted, he gets fired up.
Nicholas Miller was removed by staff at Dancers Show Club at 8013 West Washington Street for “causing a disturbance.” Just after midnight on Nov. 7, officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department responded to the club after receiving a report that a man tried to set the building on fire.
The manager at Dancers says that Miller was served two beers after arriving around 11 p.m. on Nov. 6, then was asked to leave for “acting strange by standing over other patrons staring at them.”
The manager watched on a camera as Miller left the building, then went to pull something out of his trunk. Video of the incident was turned over to IMPD by the manager. Investigators say Miller can be seen placing a gas can next to the building, underneath a gas meter. A shirt was wrapped around the gas can’s spigot.
Miller is then seen on video lighting a cigarette, taking several tokes on it, then holding the cigarette near the gas can and shirt. After it fails to ignite, investigators say he threw the cigarette toward the gas can, then ran to his vehicle.
That’s odd, because Nicholas seems like a very bright guy with a good head on his shoulders. I figured he would at least know how to burn down a building… or comb his hair.
A strip club in Juneeau, Wisconsin will be hosting a Christian Bluegrass concert this week, and I’m guessing people are very excited to attend.
Solomon, an exotic dance club at 112 E. Oak St. in Juneau, will host a Christian music concert sponsored by the Christian Leaders Coalition of Dodge County. The Siegmann Family, a band that originated in the Dodge County town of Rubicon, will perform.
The band describes its sound as a mix of bluegrass, Southern gospel, a capella and acoustic. Gene and Anne Schmidt will also perform at the concert.
Gene Schmidt, of the Christian Leaders Coalition, has lobbied for Dodge County or the city of Juneau to buy the Solomon building and convert it into a performing arts center. The building has been on the market for months and Schmidt said his goal is to prevent another strip club owner from buying it.
Pffft, can’t the club have both?
P.S. – For the record, i’m still recovering from the cellulitis. Missed four days of work and have been relegated to a couch/bed since Thursday night.