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May 25, 2004

There's a Joke Here Somewhere...

Well, here's your political Moment of Zen for today:

Strip club owners are putting a little bada-bing in the presidential campaign by asking patrons to turn their eyes away from the stage for a moment to fill out a voter registration form -- and then vote against President Bush.
''It's not to say our industry loves John Kerry or anything like that,'' said Dave Manack, associate publisher of E.D. Publications, which publishes Exotic Dancer magazine. ''But George Bush, if he's re-elected, it could be very damaging to our industry.''

- Cassandra

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They were doing the same thing in 2000.

Many web sites and strip clubs were trying feverishly to sign up voters to vote Gore 2000.

Maybe pasties that say "Vote Kerry".

Posted by: Purple Raider at May 25, 2004 6:15:23 PM

How about having some of the liberal women of Gov't Hillary, Pelosi, Barbara Boxer, Janet Reno, ) do some strip club campaigning for Kerry. That should boost his business....or do I mean bust?

Posted by: CKCat at May 25, 2004 7:08:41 PM

You are one sick cat...

Bleeeeech! Ppppppth... I'm trying to get the sick taste out of my mouth.

I do think it's enough if Hils just shows us her ankles. Anything more would be the sheerest incitement to desire.

Posted by: Cassandra at May 25, 2004 7:29:31 PM

I heard an ad on the radio today, a local strip club was advertising the worlds smallest twin dancers are coming to town.

So, Kerry depending on his platform could wrap up the midget stripper demographic.

Posted by: Pile On® at May 25, 2004 10:55:15 PM

I'm thinking the clubs would do well to advertise: "Strip Club Owners Seeking Patrons to Remove Bush". Of course the customers maybe a little disappointed when they get there.

Posted by: Masked Menace at May 26, 2004 9:56:02 AM

Cass,

It's a stomach turning visual, indeed.
I was just pointing out that the owner had more than President Bush to worry about "closing his club". ----Said owner could "campaign" for Kerry
by calling upon the aforementioned
(DEM) women...err...broads and consequently and unwittingly kill the club himself.

Eye disinfectant bottles are being passed around now along with some Pepto Bismol™. (~;

Posted by: CKCat at May 26, 2004 1:02:44 PM

Random thoughts on the passing scene:

1. What kind of radio stations does Mr. On listen to for Pete's sake?

2. Mr. Menace's comment sounds like an OTB caption contest entry...

3. Having ruined my appetite last nite, a certain Cat is now after my lunch. At this rate, I'll be another size smaller by June.

Posted by: Cassandra at May 26, 2004 4:21:51 PM

I gotta admit--the same question crossed my mind re: Pile On's radio listening habits....

I had very much a delayed reaction to Masked's comment. It dawned on me about 30 minutes after leaving the puter that it was more R rated than G. tsk tsk tsk, Mr. Menace.(;

Cass,
Perhaps you will deem my antidotal apology sufficient...? All better now? (~;

Posted by: CoLoRaDo KiTtY cAt at May 27, 2004 12:36:14 AM

Oy! Im case it doesn't work, Cass...please just "refresh" my 'apology'. It is sincere. (~;)

Posted by: CKCat at May 27, 2004 12:56:45 AM

Oh my... I wasn't really awake yet Cat. I am now.

Posted by: Cassandra at May 27, 2004 7:17:21 AM

I was listening to sports talk radio a heavily male demographic I'm sure. And when you have something like twin midget strippers coming to town, ya gotta get the word out.

Posted by: Pile On® at May 27, 2004 8:04:27 AM

Cat:

I could feel myself slipping into a bad mood this morning, so I stopped by for another peek at your "antidote".

All I can say is "my, my, my..."

I usually don't pay much attention to movie stars and the like, but that young man is certainly worth a few moments of visual inspection. But just him.

Well OK, maybe Mr. Paul and a certain lead singer of a band who shall remain nameless. Other than that, I'm above shallow fan-worship :)

Posted by: Cassandra at May 27, 2004 11:42:46 AM

aaaahhhhh...a soothing salve for the eyes AND a mood elevator......what more could a girl ask for? (-;)
Adrian Paul stands alone when it comes to spectacular male scenery. I wonder, sometimes, if he's really human.

I hope you plan on telling my by e-mail, Cass, who this lead singer might be.[you already know I'm a trustworthy confidence keeper] Are his initials R.T.? And he's fond of those little toy collector cars?...He has nearly a dozen of them?? I think he may be too much of a "boy" for you, though. Maybe not.

I'll have to go look up a pic of 3 Doors Down now, too. I know you like their music, at least. I may try to figure this out on my own.

Posted by: CoLoRaDo KiTtY Cat at May 27, 2004 5:45:54 PM

I'll send you an email. And it's not the 3DD guy. But you're pretty good - I don't imagine you'll have too much trouble figuring it out :)

Posted by: Cassandra at May 27, 2004 6:42:36 PM

Cass,
I await your "True Confession" e-mail with baited breath....UGH...that "baited breath" thing just isn't appropriate for a Cat to say, now is it? Even humanly speaking I've never understood that term.....I digress. I need some more eye salve.

Posted by: CoLoRaDo KiTtY Cat at May 27, 2004 7:58:27 PM

OK, Mother Confessor... I have bared my soul. Be gentle with me :)

Posted by: Cassandra at May 27, 2004 8:04:09 PM