(Note from Katie: this is an old news item. however, much like the strip club, LOOK but don't touch. thanks.)
From this morning's Seattle Times, Mayor proposes stricter rules for strip clubs.
Insert your own "I got your 'plainly visible object' right here..." joke. Right here.
Eff the Man! The city's current rules require dancers to wear some clothing unless they are on a stage, which must be six feet from customers. Dancers cannot simulate sexual acts, touch their private parts, allow others to touch their private parts or touch the private parts of customers. But dancers are allowed to provide lap dances to customers as long as their private parts are clothed.
The [new] rules also call for lighting that makes all objects "plainly visible."
Eff the Tip Jar! The rules also would bar a dancer from directly accepting a tip. Instead, tips would have to be deposited in a container or given to a manager.
Dick's Drive-In once you leave.
yours in Vengeance,
Katie Greene, Vice President of Public Relations, Expresso Parking
1 This particular tipping philosophy doesn't quite apply to the zoo, but more to cashiers at Starbucks and wherever else. People should not be tipped in jars for normally doing something for which they are paid a wage. Don't want to get into this Reservoir Dogs debate right now. But if you're hired as a cashier, really, you're just an extremeley low level data entry bot. You don't tip them, do you?
2 Stripper had some belt-contraption which had a dixie cup positioned right below her crotchal area, patrons were encouraged to ball up bills and win prizes by throwing them in the cup.