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Comments by mark94

  • review comment
    a day ago
    Great for Phoenix. Fun times for sure.
    What employee posters think is important: Praise non-dancer employees by name. DJ. Bar staff. Pole work. What customers care about: Prices and how far dancers will go, especially in private
  • review comment
    5 days ago
    Very good value
    I’m confused by your review. I don’t think they’ve had $41 three dance packages since 3 years ago.
  • discussion comment
    6 months ago
    Israeli ethnic cleansing of Armenian Christians in Jerusalem continues
    From CNN. “A deal has been signed by the Armenian Patriarchate that will hand up to 25% of the quarter to a commercial entity for a 99-year lease, according to lawyers working to stop the deal. According to the lawyers and residents, the reported intention is to build a luxury hotel on some of the land that is currently a parking lot, but is on prime real estate nestled just within the Old City walls. Few have seen the contract itself, and those who have are not commenting publicly on how much the deal is worth. The drama has pitted the Armenian community against its religious leader, the Armenian Patriarch Nourhan Manougian. Regular protests have been held, with Armenian residents and supporters creating a human chain around the part of the quarter allegedly part of the deal.”
  • discussion comment
    6 months ago
    londonguy
    Breathe, breathe in the air
    Alternative city?
    In June, Phoenix clubs have fewer dancers. They go somewhere, I know not where. Phoenix has 2 noteworthy clubs, as does Tucson. If you split your time between Phoenix, Tucson, and Vegas you could fill 7 days with strippers, gambling, and heat. And, Mexican food.
  • discussion comment
    7 months ago
    Phoenix vs Tucson
    As Tourist season approaches, you’ve got be aware of the Calendar. Tucson Gem show. Phoenix Open. Spring ball. Barrett Jackson. Bowl games…… During those times, the clubs get VERY crowded, prices go up, and ROBs from colder climates descend on the clubs. Many locals stay away during those times.
  • discussion comment
    8 months ago
    What a dichotomy. LoL!
    I cringe when any of my older relatives talks about their “ financial advisor”. I’m almost certain they’d be better off with sticking most in an index fund and 3 years of expenses in a money market.
  • discussion comment
    8 months ago
    shadowcat
    Atlanta suburb
    Lip Filler
    Just say no to lip filler. You’ve got a 1% chance it improves your looks.
  • discussion comment
    8 months ago
    TheeOSU
    FUCK IT!
    Marisa Tomei
    Keep in mind that makeup, with great lighting and camera effects, can dramatically improve how someone looks.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    booty_lover92
    Somewhere in the Carolinas
    Why are Strip Clubs still popular in US?
    Strip clubs are popular because they are fun. Really that simple. No in depth analysis needed.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    iknowbetter
    Bitch, Don’t kill my vibe
    UAW Strike?
    I said auto workers, idiot. Not UAW members. UAW shuts down plants. All 100,000 auto suppliers shut down. I’m pretty sure everyone else understood..
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    iknowbetter
    Bitch, Don’t kill my vibe
    UAW Strike?
    The US auto industry employs over 4 million workers. If they are suddenly unemployed that would double the number of people out of work. Which, in turn, would cause a deep recession. So, there’s that to consider.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    What is the biggest factor that would make you move from your current location?
    If the city goes woke. Defund police. Reparations. Mandatory masks. Etc.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    Electric Vehicle Challenges - Energy Secretary Failed Test
    Tesla is working on a robotaxi. Two seats. No steering wheel. Big trunk. Driverless. Gull wing door. It was assumed this was years away. Word just came out it should be built in Texas within 12-18 months. Elon estimated it will cost $.18/Mile. A fraction of what Uber costs. It will likely take a few years to reach all markets.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    Electric Vehicle Challenges - Energy Secretary Failed Test
    In Norway, 80% of cars sold are EVs. Mostly Teslas. Only EVs can be sold starting in 2025. So, they can’t be that bad in winter.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    shadowcat
    Atlanta suburb
    Phoenix 2AMer
    Haven’t been to CFs for a decade. Used to be a fun club in the day. Come to think of it, that’s true for a lot of clubs. There aren’t many left.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    Air Dance just standing
    Going to a club where you don’t have a favorite is like speed dating. Or, buying a lottery ticket. Or, trying a new restaurant. Or. Or. In other words, it’s just life. You try something new, you learn from it. Most people ( normal, well adjusted people ) just take it in stride. Celebrate the winners. Shake off the losers.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    iknowbetter
    Bitch, Don’t kill my vibe
    UAW Strike?
    The American auto industry is in a decline, and possibly total collapse, as a result of EVs. There are 100,000 companies that supply the Big 3 auto companies, most of them in Michigan, Ohio, and Ontario. Every one of these companies is at risk, along with the lives of their employees and families. The strike and/or large wage increases could accelerate this collapse.
  • discussion comment
    9 months ago
    iknowbetter
    Bitch, Don’t kill my vibe
    UAW Strike?
    It’s a mutual suicide pact. The world is going EV ( literally ). Tesla has an insurmountable lead over the Big Three. And, cheap Chinese EVs are coming. The UAW and Legacy Auto should be working together to find a path for survival.
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    How important is a club's orientation
    I’d argue the sound system is worth reporting to this extent. At many clubs, I can’t understand the names of the dancers when the DJ introduces them.
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    How important is a club's orientation
    One thing that is under reported is lighting. I prefer enough light on stage so we can see what the dancer looks like. I prefer as little light as possible at the tables so no one can see us. Very few clubs get it right.
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    Air Dance just standing
    God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference. Or, you can confront every person you see doing something you don’t agree with for the rest of your life Any guesses which is a better choice ?
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    Vegas Recommendations
    It used to be that on Friday afternoon, the SWA flights from at LAX to Vegas were overflowing with hot dancers on their way to Vegas to work the weekend.
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    Day Shift Vs Night Shift
    “Only downside to that is all the shootings “ Other than that Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play ? 😉
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    Air Dance just standing
    It’s part of the strip club experience. You do your best to select a dancer but you can’t control the experience. Some are great. Some are disappointing. Most are okay. It costs money to find out. It’s like buying a lottery ticket. When you find a winner, you enjoy the experience and build a relationship. When you find a loser, you stop after one or two dances, pay her, and forget her. Anger kills the entire experience. Accept the fact that you need to sort through some disappointment to find the treasures. Celebrate the wins. Shake off the losses.
  • discussion comment
    10 months ago
    Salty.Nutz
    Deez Nutz
    Le Girls V Bourbon Street PHX
    I met a dancer at HL about a year who worked at Le Girls. Possibly the hottest dancer I’ve ever seen. ASU student. She said she was working one night to check out the club. In spite of that, I haven’t checked out LG. That’s my one data point.