I watched it, too. It was adorable. Did you look at the faces or the beautiful costumes? Or the shoes? Or the background sets? For me, it was all the Bieber!! You?
Don’t answer her, Lars. It’s a trap.
Not neither!!! I’m just continuing the stupid research from the article Floyd posted a few ago. You remember the one he used as an excuse to put that huge photo of what’s-her-name and her huge whatchamacallits on page one. (Same ploy Hugh Hefner used to legitimize his prono magazine. “I only buy it for the articles.”)
Allahu Admiral Akhbar!
As the man said about his Playboy subscription, “I read it for the same reason I read National Geographic. To see pictures of beautiful places I’ll never go.”
Lawl! I never heard that one before.
I watched Chopped on the Food Network. Now, if we put those two together, we might really have something.
I thought “Chopped” was a motorcycle show?
That’s American Chopper. Not a Teutul to be found on among the Foodies.
Labor disputes led dancers at San Francisco’s Lusty Lady to form the first exotic dancers union (SEIU Local 790) in 1997; the club later became an employee-owned cooperative. Employees were paid minimum wage and attained sick days and other benefits, as well.
Camelot’s Sarah said such a system strips strippers of incentive.
“I made the most money when I’d come in negative [from fees]; they motivate you. … An hourly wage can set the expectation that the money is going to be there regardless of how nice you are,” Sarah said. “If there wasn’t a competitive spirit, business could get bad, you could stop tanning, stop watching your weight, stop being nice … that costs everybody money.”
Those problems have plagued the unionized Lusty Lady over the past 15 years. While companies like Spearmint Rhino spawned multi-million empires with 20 chains using independent contractors, Lusty Lady’s revenues dropped after it unionized. Infighting reached a head in 2006 when several male dancers complained that several women did not show the professionalism required of a stripper—in a word, they were fat—and were costing the club business. The club is now in danger of closing.
Ramirez is exactly right. This is all about getting everybody to agree on one tax increase, and once they’ve got their foot in the door, they can raise taxes all they want. Once we agree that raising taxes on the rich is okay, they’ll argue that “now we’re just haggling over price”. Am I the only one who noticed that first the Left was screaming about the greed of the 1%, and now they’re saying that “we need to raise taxes on the top 2%”? We can’t open the floodgates of compromise, and then expect to close them again whenever we want.
Target is run by fools…I know,I work for them.This N-M stuff is overpriced junk,which will go on clearance soon.We’ve got pallets full in the backroom!
I didn’t know you worked at Target. Have you mentioned that before?
You didn’t Scott was really a 21 year old loss prevention specialist parading as a 50-something crank?
*I think la Tinka cares for the employee discount hook up … Christmas is coming dontcha know. And just a little motherly advice: if any of you fellers work for Nordstom’s, keep it under your hat.*
I didn’t know you subscribed to the WSJ online. Have you mentioned that before?
(link is for subscribers only)
Raspberry for you!
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What a guy. He joined the Catholic Church at age 60, the culmination of a life’s journey without a religion.
‘I joined the Catholic Church, because I felt, somebody’s trying to tell me something,’ he realized. ‘Now, people say I converted. I didn’t convert to Catholicism, because I wasn’t anything to convert from. I just joined the Catholic Church.’
Heaven is a joyous, groovy place! Cha!
Dave Brubeck dies one day shy of his 92nd birthday.What music,what a life