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Best strip joints in America

 
 
timberlandko
 
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Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2004 09:32 pm
Mebbe we could get the bunny to treat us to a short number .... somebody wanna start the music?
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panzade
 
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Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2004 09:43 pm
Tah deh Tah
tah deh tah tah..
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doglover
 
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Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2004 09:49 pm
kickycan wrote:
Damn, I've been away for two days and my "best strip joints" thread has been derailed!!!


I'll put your thread back on track kicky.

The best strip joint in Baltimore, Maryland is 'Night Shift'. I have a friend who was a dancer there for a couple of years. The place has class, the girls are bright and beautiful and the food is delicious. And my husbands trucking company he works for is less than 1/4 mile away.
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panzade
 
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Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2004 09:50 pm
guess you're there a lot too...looking for him
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panzade
 
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Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2004 09:51 pm
I was at Cecils in Vancouver and there were a lot of couples in there watching together...what do you think girls?...something you'd do?
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kickycan
 
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Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2004 11:17 pm
Okay, now you just reminded me of a very strange thing that happened to me once that I have to share.

One time I was hanging out in this strip joint in Orlando, and who walks in? My cousin, who is a stripper! I knew she was a stripper, but she lived in Cocoa, and I didn't really know her very well.

Anyway, I freaked out, and tried to slip out of there as fast as possible, but she saw me near the door, and we ended up talking for a little while. She was not there to strip (thank god), but I found out that night that she liked women too, and she was there with her boyfriend looking for a woman to throw in the mix with them. Unbelievable. So I ended up sitting down with her for a little while, drinking and checking out strippers! It was so weird to be ogling hot young strippers with my cousin, and agreeing with her on what we liked! After a little while it got a little too weird for me, so I left. I bet there aren't too many people who have had that experience.
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doglover
 
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Reply Mon 12 Apr, 2004 07:20 am
panzade wrote:
guess you're there a lot too...looking for him


Actually, no. I have never had to go looking for him there. He's a bit more conventional than I am. Strip bars really aren't his scene.

I've been there with him a few times with my friend to have dinner (who worked there...she wasn't working her shift at the time). I know he enjoyed watching the women dance, but was shy about it at the time. When we got home though, I reaped the rewards of his excitement at watching the dancers 'perform'.
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Linkat
 
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Reply Mon 12 Apr, 2004 07:20 am
I have also heard from many male friends that strip joints in Montreal are very good. I know many men who take weekend Bachelor Parties to Montreal just to see naked women.

I don't understand how you could eat where people are naked. It does not seem sanitary to me.
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doglover
 
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Reply Mon 12 Apr, 2004 07:23 am
Linkat wrote:
I don't understand how you could eat where people are naked. It does not seem sanitary to me.


LOL. Yeah, eating while looking at naked women is kind of freaky. The girls don't come down off the stage, so nobodys butt ever comes within inches of your plate or anything. Mr. Green
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dlowan
 
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Reply Thu 15 Apr, 2004 09:25 am
Wow, panzade - just looked at your profile!!!!

(sorry - dinna mean to derail thread....)

How could a Bunny strip? Pull out her fur?
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panzade
 
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Reply Thu 15 Apr, 2004 09:31 am
No D, at my strip club we shave the bunnies. All except the naughty spots.
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nimh
 
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Reply Sat 3 Jul, 2004 11:37 am
panzade wrote:
The Coup was a band I played in through the 70's

Somewhere on this board you once posted a link to two downloads of Coup de Grass, Old Howard and [/i]Way Downtown[/i]. I found 'em and had always wanted to tell ya sometime that I liked 'em fine, sounds good, have 'em on some of my PL's. But cant find back the thread you originally posted the link in, so instead I'll do it here <nods>
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panzade
 
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Reply Sat 3 Jul, 2004 12:45 pm
How kind nimh. Every once in a while a Coup album shows up on ebay...lol

http://mp3.washingtonpost.com/bands/coup_de_grass.shtml
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timberlandko
 
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Reply Sat 3 Jul, 2004 02:13 pm
Here. why be bashful ...

http://mp3.washingtonpost.com/graphics/Coup_de_Grass.jpeg
I've always been a bluegrass fan. From the mid '70's into the early '90's, a never-miss deal was the Great Northern Bluegrass Festival, held on the Mole Lake Indian Reservation near Crandon, Wisconsin. A relatively uncivilized bash, on soveriegn Indian Land, there were essentially only two rules enforced within the Festival Compound: No Violence, and No Theft. Apart from those two proscriptions, enforced more or less by extraordinarilly burly security folk of Native American ancestry and dubious other reference, just about anything went ... and mostly did. State, County, and local cops haunted the exits and the exterior perimiter, readilly picking off the odd idiot here or there foolish enough to revisit the real world while seriously impared and illicitly encumbered, but wouldn't venture in. Prolly wise. Plenty of great music, wonderful fellowship, and no end of Hunter S. Thompson-esque "Down and Out" moments Mr. Green ... Sorta Woodstock '69 DejaVu, but better organized, more food, smaller crowds (typically in the 40-50,000 range). Held every year in late July or early August, it coincided handilly with the Sturgis Festival over in South Dakota, and was an every-year oasis for hordes of bike-borne Bubbas and Bubbettes on their way to or from the almost equally unrestrained Harley gathering a good day's ride to the West.
Then the Mole Lake Tribe got their casino. That spelled the end of the festival. Gambling supplanted debauchery. Terrible shame, that gentrification thing.

Damn! Got me waxin' all nostalgic now. Yeah, Old Howard's gone. Pick on.

BTW, Panzade ... I really enjoyed the songs from the WaPost page. You guys wuz right slick.
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panzade
 
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Reply Sun 4 Jul, 2004 09:34 am
Gorshk! he says quite bashfully. Since you brought it up Timber, let me wax poetic a wee bit. The Coup was a very good band and we spent some great years doing the festival circuit which was a treat like you said. One day Rosalyn Carter saw our show and invited us to play on Jimmy's campaign trail. We ended up doing a lot of shows at the White House and even the inaguration parade where I froze my ass off rolling down Penn Ave in 3 degree weather playing my upright bass with mittens on.
I took the photo of "Little Jimmy Queen' for the cover which caused a huge furor in Bluegrass circles as you can imagine. But our album was entitled "Rhythm And Bluegrass" and we covered stuff like "Caravan" , Under The Boardwalk and "Tossin And Turnin"; it was a tribute to the R&B we had grown up with. The highlight though was a song some friends had written called "Bradford Bishop" about a civil servant in D.C. who had packed up his family in a station wagon , driven them to N.C. and left them in shallow graves . He was never heard from again. It was truly a modern folk song.
Thanks Timber, for letting me relive those days again.
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L R R Hood
 
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Reply Sun 4 Jul, 2004 09:37 am
Strip clubs crack me up. Men are such suckers! lol
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