Friday, March 31, 2006


Well antoher day to feel great about our new fight club, it's GREAT!! Last night was only the second time we were open and we increased our capacity, last time was our first time and we had alot of people and last night was more ! Thats a big increase to me ..if we do that every week, then by the end of this summer I anticipate a housefull of people in the club at one time to enjoy the beatings! I think this is the best fighting set up the Quad Cities has ever had. I've followed this same ring around town for over 10 years or so , bar to bar , club to club , basically its always been in a small bars, the exception was Stars n Stripes were the action was super duper, hell that was one of the greatest places I ever drank in the Quad Cities. Now the tide had turned and even though we are not a bar , we are a BYOB so its just as fun if not more because we have more fights - quicker, without having to feed the ring from the door and the keep the place dragging along until 2 am to make sure the bar made its money , our fights basically go from 9 - 9:30 until main event time at 12 midnight, every one can still make it to work and our placeis big enought that the fighters dont really have to breathe alot of smoke , so all in all this is the future of all fighting in the Quad Cities.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006


It's worth noting that the whole idea of a strip club and I have a rather love-hate relationships. I think that Mr. Tea has it right when he explains that there are really only four things to do at a strip club:
- Ogle the dancers- Drink- Ogle the dancers while they are very close to you (i.e., a lap dance)- Drink- Ogle the dancers while they are very close to you for a longer period of time (i.e., the champagne room)- Drink
Okay, so actually, there are six things to do, which really come down to just two things: Drink and ogle.

HEY YOU OWE ME $241,000 !!

Infamous New York stripclub 'Scores' says a lawsuit stemming from the huge bill a former telecom exec racked up there has been resolved.
NEW YORK (CNN) - The lawsuit over a former communications executive's $241,000 tab racked up at Scores nightclub has been settled, an attorney for Scores said Wednesday.
The terms of the settlement involving Scores, American Express, Savvis Inc., and former Savvis chief executive Robert McCormick are confidential, said Donald David, who represented Scores in the settlement talks.
"All the parties involved -- except for Savvis -- have agreed to say they resolved the suit 'amicably,'" said David. "Savvis plans to send out a more extensive statement on their own."
McCormick, of Clayton, Mo., resigned from Savvis (Research) Communications Corp. after an investigation into the $241,000, which was charged to his corporate American Express card after an alleged wild night at the Manhattan strip club on Oct. 22, 2003.
Savvis and McCormick refused to pay. In court documents, McCormick said he spent up to $20,000 at Scores that night. American Express then sued Scores, Savvis and McCormick.
The settlement was reached in the past few weeks, David said.
American Express said only that all parties resolved their differences.
-From CNN Assignment Editor Lauren Rivera


Mike Gasperec just learned the hard way that supposedly hang-up-free San Francisco and the Bible Belt have one thing in common: They're tough places to give away a strip club's money.Four nonprofit organizations representing San Francisco's homeless, poor and cancer-stricken turned down a $4,330 gift from Gasperec's Penthouse Grille and Broadway Showgirls Cabaret topless club in North Beach over the past several weeks, saying they have reputations to protect.Gasperec, the club's general manager, was surprised how hard it is to find someone to take the proceeds from a $195-per-person golf tournament the club had sponsored -- particularly in a town where the S&M-themed Folsom Street Fair is nearly a civic holiday."I don't know what's wrong. I have a good life, and we're just trying to give a little something back," said Gasperec, a husband and father of a young daughter. He felt the same charitable rejection when he worked at strip clubs in South Carolina and Florida. "Our money is green."It wasn't the color of the cash that spooked organizations, it was the specter of flesh. Even though California's budget deficits and shrinking foundation portfolios are forcing nonprofits to scrounge harder for cash, some preferred to refuse the free money and avoid any potential hassle."Unfortunately, we had to decline," said Julie Homan of the Breast Cancer Fund. "They were really nice and everything, but we didn't want to be associated with a gentlemen's club. We have 70,000 members, and we didn't want to offend anyone."Raphael House, which provides shelter and after-care for homeless families, declined because, as a "clean-and-sober facility," it didn't want its name associated with an event where alcohol was served. "It was a very hard choice," said Development Director Jo-Ellen Peterson. "But we have a really good reputation in San Francisco, so we have to be very careful."The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp., which owns and manages 21 buildings in one of the city's most downtrodden neighborhoods, also said no, thanks.'A reputation to keep up'The group declined "because of the nature of the (gentlemen's club) business," spokesman Terry Sellards said. "Some people had a problem with that,because they feel that (the adult entertainment) business exploits women."We've got a reputation to keep up," Sellards said.The Hamilton Family Center, which provides emergency services and shelter to 350 homeless families every night in San Francisco, turned down the cash because "it didn't quite mix well with what we do here," said Executive Director Salvador Menjivar. "We have a lot of children here."Even the Novato golf club that originally agreed to host the tournament backed out. The strip club finally held the fund-raiser Oct. 12 at an Oakland public golf course.Fielding all that rejection "makes you feel like a schmuck," said Joe Carouba, president of BSC Management, which runs 12 strip clubs in San Francisco, including Broadway Showgirls.Many dancers are mothersAbout 40 percent of the 700 dancers at BSC clubs are mothers, and many of those mothers are raising families on their own, Carouba said. So he and Gasperec said they wanted to contribute to an organization that helps women and children in need.But being spurned by charities, it turns out, is common in the stripping business.From a Miami cancer center that refused to take proceeds from a stripper- led car wash in 1997, to a Wisconsin children's theater refusing cash from the fully clothed Hooters chain last year, history is full of organizations that have left money on the table.Last week, three Southern California exotic-dance clubs were told that the Red Cross wouldn't accept their $5,484 pledge for victims of last month's wildfires. The Salvation Army took it instead.And strip-club officials say the San Francisco firefighters' annual toy drive was initially a bit leery about publicly acknowledging that the city's least-clothed dancers donated $10,000 to its campaign last year -- and have done so for at least five years.The donations come from lap dances in the clubs, where performers donate money every holiday season to the 54-year-old toy drive. Once or twice a night,the DJ announces that some of the proceeds from the next dance will go toward a good cause and that patrons should dig into their pockets."The nice thing about our program is, the money comes in from all kinds of sources," said Dennis Kruger, a board member for the firefighters' toy drive. "Then we buy the toys and tell the kids it's from Santa."Regardless of what some people think of what people do for a living, the important thing is that all this money goes for the kids," Kruger said.The upside of stripper rejection is that when one organization declines a gentlemen's club offer, the door of opportunity offers for others to claim the loot.The big winner in this tale is Ruth Dewson, owner of a Fillmore Street hat store where San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown shops. Not only did Dewson accept the Broadway Showgirls check for her charitable foundation for Western Addition girls, Dewson put the club's oversize check in her store window."When they told me that people wouldn't accept the money, I couldn't believe it," Dewson said. "I don't care what they do.

Friday, March 24, 2006


Last night was the inaugural night for the big show. The fight club was officially opened last night , in which there was a great turnout for the very first night.I was ready for fight night since about 5:30 pm, the night was lasting forever while waiting for the crowd , the fighters ,security etc. At about 8:15 came our referee professional MMA fighter Joe Jordan, he walked in and didn't seem to be worried that there wasn't anyone there yet, but people were starting to call on the phones, when is it ? I heard .. it's tonight 9 to 11 pm, hmm I thought it was advertised for 8 to 12 midnight, there's why the crowd isn't here yet ,,,, not 10 minutes later people just appeared out of nowhere, old people , young people, guys and girls. Awesome , I think were going to be ok now. By 9:45 the place all ready had more of a crowd than expected, for the first night in a place nobody had ever been before and a place where some were skeptical, because its located in the same place as our parent club, The Amsterdam GC.
The rest of the as they say was history , we had about 10 great fights , including MMA bouts, boxing, challenge match, and sumo suit fighting!UFC fighter TIM SYLVIA showed up and the crowd cheered heartily, not 20 minutes later UFC LEGEND AND 8 TIME WORLD CHAMPION MATT HUGHES shows up !! The crowd went nuts ! This is what I was waiting for , my excitement for the event I had organized and was running, had all come together, I saw our ring owner and partner MONTE COX and could hardly wait to get over to him and tell him , I think we have something here! he said ya I think this is going to be good.
I am so excited I can hardly wait until next week for event number 2 of a long line of events in our fight club.Plans are being made to get this televised on IPBN TV, we have radio spots, fliers , newspapers , posters, it's all out there now , after this great first night , by the end of summer we will be packed.I am just so pumped I don't know what else to say right now , I'm so happy !!

Thursday, March 23, 2006


TULSA, Okla., Mar. 22, 2006
(AP) A Kansas man was arrested at a Tulsa strip club after police say his toddler son wandered from an unlocked car into the club over the weekend.Christopher Greg Killion, 31, was arrested Saturday on a complaint of "encouraging a minor child to be in need of supervision." He posted $500 bond and was released from the Tulsa Jail.The toddler told police that his father told him to stay in the car, and that if he left it, "monsters would eat him," reports indicate.A manager at the club had called police to report that about 30 minutes after Killion entered the club, a 3- to 4-year-old boy came inside looking for his father.Officers determined that the boy had been left alone in a car in the strip club's parking lot. The car was unlocked and parked about 20 feet from a four-lane street. It was raining and 45 degrees outside at the time, an officer noted in the police report.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006


Guys' Rules

At last a guy has taken the time to write this all down Finally, the guys' side of the story.
(I must admit, it's pretty good.)
We always hear "the rules" From the female side.

Now here are the rules from the male side.

These are our rules!
Please note... these are all numbered "1" ON PURPOSE!

1. Men ARE not mind readers.

1. Learn to work the toilet seat.
You're a big girl. If it's up, put it down.
We need it up, you need it down.
You don't hear us complaining about you leaving it down.

1. Sunday sports. It's like the full moon
or the changing of the tides.
Let it be..

1. Shopping is NOT a sport.
And no, we are never going to think of it that way.

1. Crying is blackmail.

1. Ask for what you want.
Let us be clear on this one:
Subtle hints do not work!
Strong hints do not work!
Obvious hints do not work!
Just say it!

1. Yes and No are perfectly acceptable answers to almost every question.

1. Come to us with a problem only if you want help solving it. That's what we do.
Sympathy is what your girlfriends are for.

1. A headache that lasts for 17 months is a problem. See a doctor.

1. Anything we said 6 months ago is inadmissible in an argument
In fact, all comments become null and void after 7 days.

1. If you won't dress like the Victoria's Secret girls, don't expect us to act like soap opera guys.

1. If you think you're fat, you probably are..
Don't ask us.

1. If something we said can be interpreted two ways and one of the ways makes you sad or angry, we meant the other one.

1. You can either ask us to do something
or tell us how you want it done,
not both.
If you already know best how to do it, just do it yourself.

1. Whenever possible, please say whatever you have to say during commercials..

1. Christopher Columbus did NOT need directions and neither do we.

1. ALL men see in only 16 colors, like Windows default settings
Peach, for example, is a fruit, not a color. Pumpkin is also a fruit. We have no idea what mauve is.

1. If it itches, it will be scratched.
We do that.

1. If we ask what is wrong and you say "nothing," we will act like nothing's wrong.
We know you are lying, but it is just not worth the hassle.

1. If you ask a question you don't want an answer to, expect an answer you don't want to hear.

1. When we have to go somewhere, absolutely anything you wear Is fine...Really.

1. Don't ask us what we're thinking about unless you are prepared to discuss such topics as baseball, the shotgun formation,
or golf.

1. You have enough clothes.

1. You have too many shoes.

1. I am in shape. Round IS a shape!

1. Thank you for reading this.
Yes, I know, I have to sleep on the couch tonight;

But did you know men really don't mind that? It's like camping.

Thursday, March 16, 2006


It's all about the girls swinging around the pole and the guys watching them.

But while everyone is preoccupied with Oz, they never notice the man behind the curtain or, in this case, standing in a shadowy corner of the club, surrounded by computers and video monitors and racks of CDs. They never get the third side of the story, the one told by the men whose job it is to prolong the fantasy--and inflate the bar sales while they're at it. These men (and, yeah, they're almost always men) are equal parts parent, party host and program director and, in many ways, they're the engine that makes this little red Corvette run. They are DJs.

The life of a strip club DJ is not the endless party people might expect. It's not illicit hand jobs and once-an-hour spins of Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar on Me." Despite the constant presence of women in various states of undress, it's not a very sexy gig. After a few hours on the job, the women all begin to look alike. Plus, there's too much work to do, between running the lights and keeping track of the order of dancers and making sure the computer is running properly and, oh yeah, playing a new song every three minutes or so. As for drinking and drugs? Well, you try making it through a 7 p.m.-to-4 a.m. shift while maintaining a buzz.

"You're here to pump up the crowd, play the right music and deal with about 50, 60 girls a night," ~~~~ "That's a job."

Wednesday, March 15, 2006


A man is driving with his young son, when they pass a billboard for a Gentlemen's Club.
From the back seat, he hears words that he dreaded upon seeing the sign,

"Daddy, what's a Gentlemen's Club?"

Thinking for a second, he replies, "Well son, aside from the circus, it's the greatest show on Earth."

The son follows up with, "You mean they have elephants there?"

"Only on the day shift." he replies.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006


Normally I don't think Gay guy jokes would be good thing to put
on the Amsterdam gentlemen's Club blogspot, but for this one
I'll have to make the exception.....

A United Airway's passenger jet was being served by an
obviously Gay flight attendant, who seemed to put everyone
into a good mood as he served them food and drinks.

As the plane prepared to descend, he came swishing down the
aisle and announced to the passengers: "Captain Marvey has
asked me to announceThat he'll be landing the big scary plane
shortly, lovely people, so if you could just put up your trays, that
would be super."

On his trip back up the aisle, he noticed that a well-dressed
rather exotic looking woman hadn't moved a muscle.

"Perhaps you didn't hear me over those big brute engines." he
said, I asked you to raise your trazy-poo so the main man can
pitty-pat us on the ground."

She calmly turned her head and said, "In my country, I am called
a Princess. I take orders from no one."

To which the flight attendant replied, without missing a beat,
"Well sweet-cheeks, in my country I'm called a Queen, so I
outrank you.

" Tray-up bitch! "

Monday, March 13, 2006


(NEW YORK, NY) -- Playboy magazine says Jenna Jameson is one of the "25 Sexiest Celebrities" in the world. She appears in the March 2006 issue with other hotties including Jessica Alba, Jaime Pressly, Jenny McCarthy, Halle Berry, Tyra Banks, Denise Richards and Jennifer Garner.
"Even in semiretirement, the first celebrity porn star is all about money shots. Revenue for ClubJenna, says Forbes magazine, hit $30 million in 2005, a 30 percent increase," says the Playboy caption next to an alluring photo of Jenna. The only adult star to achieve lasting and widespread success as a mainstream entertainer, Jenna's photo is on the same page as other Playboy picks Kelly Monaco, "Memoirs of a Geisha" star Ziyi Zhang and Paris Hilton.
It is the latest in a series of mainstream media distinctions for Jameson. FHM ranks her both as one of the 100 Most Beautiful Girls in the World and one of the 100 Sexiest, while VH1 says she is among the "100 Hottest Hotties."
According to New York Magazine Jenna Jameson is a "cultural icon." her book about her life and adventures from the ReganBooks imprint of HarperCollins, How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale, has been a New York Times and Amazon bestseller. Ms. Jameson has debated at Oxford University in England, been profiled by the E! True Hollywood Stories, has made countless radio and television appearances and has appeared in thousands of newspaper and magazine articles. She controls her own film production company and is the chairwoman of ClubJenna, Inc., a product licensing and Internet management firm that handles the Web activities for more than a dozen top adult stars, operates, a popular online retail store and has a free non-explicit Website, She directs the careers of other top adult stars through her "ClubJenna Girl" program in which actresses such as Chanel St. James, McKenzie Lee, Jesse Capelli, Ashton Moore and Sophia Rossi are signed to exclusive production contracts. Jenna has been inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame, Vivid Entertainment Group has selected her as a Vivid Girl and films produced by her ClubJenna are distributed by Vivid.

Thursday, March 09, 2006


Making money
At most clubs you walk around and ask the customers if they'd like a private dance (or lap dance depending on the club). Some clubs just have stage dancing. Often there is a private area that you can go for a dance. Be careful, though, the dim lights and the privacy tend to make the guys a little frisky. Not in a bad or scary way just in a way that may need to be corrected. The most important thing to do when you're dancing is to SMILE AND MAKE EYE CONTACT. Nothing turns a guy off faster then a dancer strolling bored around the stage while staring vacantly off into space. Try to make each guy you're dancing for think he's the ONLY guy you're dancing for. This is how the pros make the big bucks.

At many clubs a significant part of your nightly earnings comes from dances. Most of the time the customer will pay for you to sit and talk with them as well. Guys vary a lot but it's always important to be attentive. Nobody likes to feel like they're being ignored. Most guys are pretty nice and easy to talk to. Provided you're a good listener and act interested, it's no problem. Then you get the guys who aren't trying to be obnoxious- they just don't have the best social skills. They will sit and alternate between nagging you to go out with them and lying about how much money they have, how many places they've traveled, how important they are in their company, etc. Simpering and looks of wide-eyed wonder come in handy at this point. Some guys are an absolute pleasure to sit with: they buy dances, they visit on a regular basis, and best of all they're lots of fun to talk too. It's guys like this who really make it all worth while.

When dancing it's important to stay motivated, at most clubs you are an independent contractor. You won't get fired if you don't work hard and no one will say anything if you decide to hang out at the bar and talk all night. You need to treat it like a job- not a social experience. Decide on what time and how long you will have dinner for, the rest of the time work the floor as hard as you can. Make sure you always get at least 8 hours of sleep so you're not tired. You'll look and feel better. Set a clear goal, try to get 4 dances and hour, as you get better set higher goals for yourself. Never assume a passive approach and wait for them to call you over, stay moving and keep working. If it's hard and you just can't get motivated make a game of it, make bets with other girls on who can get the most dances. Promise yourself ice cream if you reach a certain mark, whatever you have to do to stay motivated and keep earning money.

Learning how to properly break the ice and get invited to sit with a customer takes time. Most girls tend to just walk around to every guy in the room and ask "Wanna dance?" and then when he says no walk off. This is the exact wrong approach. Every guy in that room has enough money for at least one dance- you just have to find the right words to get them to buy one. "Wanna dance?" can work in a very crowded room or if a guy is already interested but it will do absolutely nothing to convince a guy who was uninterested to change his mind. It's too easy to say no to. To start with, choose your targets, who is looking at you the most when you are on stage or dancing for other customers? Talk to the bartender and the floor hosts: who has an open tab or has been spending a lot of money? If a bartender or floor hosts gives you a good lead and you make money ALWAYS tip them at the end of the night- that way next time they will go to you first when they see a big spender. When you approach your prospective customer try and say anything but "Wanna dance?": would you like some company?, would you like if I joined you? If the room is slow and he seems reluctant put a very slight push on. If he says he's not interested ask if he would mind if you just sat down and rested your feet for a minute- you're "not used to these heels". Few men are going to say no to that, and the "not used to these heels" implies that you're a new dancer and invites conversation. If 10 minutes go by and he still doesn't buy a dance don't ask- just say "I'm sorry, I've got to get back to work- it's been nice talking to you okay?" This implies that you didn't consider sitting with him work, a slight bit of flattery that will probably get you a dance later. Think of this approach as "seeding"in that you may not get the dance then, but chances are you will later. After a half-hour of "wanna dance" from the other girls he's going to wish for your company again and probably be willing to pay for it. Or even the next time he comes in yours will be the familiar face. With this approach it's important you not spend too long with them- keep them hungry. Unless they're paying don't sit with them longer then 10 to 15 minutes and only that long if the room is very slow. If they're used to getting it for free it's going to be hard to get them to pay for it. You're friendly and available- they just have to be willing to pay for it.

Never ever, sit on your own or hang out at the bar talking to other dancers. At any given time you should be either sitting with a customer, moving to another customer or on stage. If you're just standing around they will assume you're not busy and it will be VERY hard to get a customer to pay for your time because "you're not doing anything anyway". Look busy, if they think other men want you then they will want you.

It's important you have respect for the money they give you, so much money changes hands that girls often forget what it represents. Let's say your customer earns $40,000 a year after taxes- probably about average income for a stripclub patron in NYC. That works out to around $20 an hour. If a customer sits with you and you make $100, that's 5 hours of his time. If a handyman came to your house and fixed thing for 5 hours you'd say "thank you" right? Always thank the customer and make sure he knows you mean it. Even if $100 doesn't seem like a lot of money to you to the average customer it is.

One last thing, don't screw with guys' heads. It's not cool, you can make money without doing it. I see lots of girls who string guys along implying they'll go out with them if they just visit a few more times or laying on sob stories about their sick children or parents. Don't do it, there is never any reason for you to lie as a dancer. After a few repetitions it gets very fake and you just come off as a greedy gold digger. If you want customers to treat you with respect you should treat them with respect. If they are disrespectful just walk away, there is no reason for you to sink to their level. There are more then enough good men who will to pay you to sit, talk and laugh with them and when you dance they will treat you like a goddess. As customers they deserve your courtesy and if they don't respect you in return they don't deserve to have you spend time with them.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A striptease is a performance, usually a dance, in which the performer gradually removes his or her clothing for the purposes of sexually arousing the audience, usually performed in nightclubs. The "teasing" involves the slowness of undressing, while the audience is eager to see more nudity. Delay tactics include additional clothes under clothes being removed, putting clothes or hands in front of just undressed body parts, etc. Emphasis is on the act of undressing along with sexually suggestive movement, not on the state of being undressed: in some cases the performance is finished as soon as the undressing is finished. (Prior to the sexual revolution, striptease performance often ended with the performer wearing a g-string and pasties).

Along with physical attractiveness and appropriate clothing, the main asset and tool used by the exotic dancer in recent years is the stripper pole. Almost all exotic dancers are drawn to the profession by attractive salaries they can receive in the form of tips and commissions from lap/couch dances and champagne rooms.


A variation on striptease is private dancing, which often involves lap dancing or contact dancing. Here the performers, in addition to stripping for tips, also offer "private dances" which involve more attention for individual audience members. Types of private dances include table dancing (performer dances on or by customer's table) and couch dancing (customer sits on a couch).

For certain events, including bachelor / bachelorette parties, the stripper's job often involves holding games or contests with sexual themes. In addition, the main guest of the party can sometimes be eligible for 'special' couch dances involving sexual acts between two strippers.

The contact between a performer and a customer is regulated in ways that vary in response to local laws and club rules, ranging from "air dances" with minimal or no contact to "full-contact" lap dances which involve genital contact through clothing.

Monday, March 06, 2006


...You hear a song and you know exactly when 3:30 min has gone by

…You can get virtually anything done in 3:30, including smoke a cigerette or goto the bathroom.

...You hear a song and say "this is (stage name)'s song"

...You pay all your bills in ones

...Your music collection costs more than the car you drive

...You see a girl in sweat pants with no makup on and hair in curlers and you think HOT!

...Your're the only guy you know that knows pole tricks

...Normal hot girls in regular bars don't phase you cause you are now immune.

...You have performed a String check for a girl

...When you talk on the phone you sound like you're on a microphone

....You have been mobbed by "boob sweat"

...You have walked into a dressing room full of naked girls to collect money and were anxious to get it over with cause you wanted to go home

...You've refered to a DJ booth as your "office"

...You've wished your "office" had a lock on it so women couldn't talk to you

...Your other bartender friends shutter when you tip them cause they wonder were the money has acutally been.

....You review songs on wether you are allowed to play them or not

....Your're a "cash only" kinda guy can randomly flip the radio dial and know the who/what/and what track # of every damn song

….You've mastered the art of pretending to listen intently to a strippers bitching about personal problems with deadbeat boyfriends, money problems etc...

... And you know better than to ask a stripper how things are going for her because that's just asking for the bitching, complaining or weeping

…You play games like "Does she strip or not?" at the mall or "Name that drug!" on girls at work who are obviously high.

Friday, March 03, 2006


Because Dave works hard at the plant and spends most evenings bowling or playing basketball at the gym, his wife thinks he is pushing himself too hard, so for his birthday she takes him to a local strip club. The doorman at the club greets them and says, ''Hey, Dave! How ya doin?'' His wife is puzzled and asks if he's been to this club before. ''Oh no,'' says Dave. ''He's on my bowling team.'' When they are seated, a waitress asks Dave if he'd like his usual Budweiser. His wife is becoming uncomfortable and says, ''You must come here a lot for that woman to know you drink Budweiser.'' ''No, honey, she's in the Ladies Bowling League. We share lanes with them.'' A stripper comes over to their table and throws her arms around Dave. ''Hi, Davey,'' she says, ''Want your usual table dance?''Dave's wife, now furious, grabs her purse and storms out of the club. Dave follows and spots her getting into a cab. Before she can slam the door, he jumps in beside her and she starts screaming at him. The cabby turns his head and says, ''Looks like you picked up a real doozie this time, Dave!''

Thursday, March 02, 2006


Gentlemen's club ~ From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A gentlemen's club is an upscale strip club in the United States that features performances by exotic dancers to high energy club tracks. These clubs tend to specialize in stage performances, with advanced lighting effects and specially designed stages that allow for acrobatic pole tricks.

Adult entertainment
In the early 1980s, the go-go bar industry in the U.S. (adult entertainment bars featuring topless nudity) introduced a new form of club known as the "gentlemen's club". These clubs were formed in an attempt to bring legitimacy to an industry plagued with ill-repute.
Gentlemen's clubs differ from standard strip bars because of special features and amenities offered to their guests. Unlike their earlier counterparts, these clubs specialize in creating show-centric entertainment, meaning they focus on combining music, lighting, and choreographed dance numbers. In addition, they also provide champagne courts and staging areas for dressing, hair and makeup, etc.
Most Gentlemen's clubs are located in the city of Las Vegas, though they have branched out into several other major markets. Gentlemen's and strip clubs, a $5-billion dollar (U.S.) industry, generate approximately 22% of the gross revenue in adult entertainment.

Exotic dancers audition for positions at Gentlemen's clubs. Auditions are usually held on a particular night of the week, usually earlier in the week when there will be less of a disruption to the club. During an audition, prospective performers get info on dress codes, house or stage rental fees, DJ/House Mom fees, couch dances, etc.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006


Translations for:

Nederlands (Dutch)
heer, edelman, hoffelijke man, persoonlijke bediende, (mv) Mijne heren!

Français (French)
monsieur, gentleman

Deutsch (German)
n. - Herr, Gentleman

Ελληνική (Greek)
n. (ευγενικός ή ευπρεπής) κύριος, κύριος με τα όλα του, ιππότης, τζέντλεμαν

Italiano (Italian)

Português (Portuguese)
n. - cavalheiro (m), homem (m) de boa família e posição social

Русский (Russian)

Español (Spanish)
n. - caballero, señor

Svenska (Swedish)
n. - herre, gentleman, ståndsperson, person med privatförmögenhet (jur.), amatörspelare, man av börd

中国话 (Simplified Chinese)
n. - 绅士, 先生, 男人

中國話 (Traditional Chinese)
n. - 紳士, 先生, 男人

日本語 (Japanese)
n. - 紳士, 男の方, 殿方用, 拝啓, 皆さん, 議員, 家柄のよい人, 男子, 殿方

العربيه (Arabic)
(الاسم) السيد, رجل نبيل

עברית (Hebrew)
n. - אדון, חצרן המלך, איש, אדיב, גבר מחונך היטב, ג'נטלמן, גבר במעמד חברתי-כלכלי טוב, קהל גברים, או חלק הגברים בקהל, גבר אבירי, אדיב או מחונך היטב, בן-אצילים או קשור לבית-המלוכה, כינוי אדיב או רשמי לגבר