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A Better Way to Choose a Vegas Strip Club

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If you're looking for information on the best strip clubs in Las Vegas, you just hit the jackpot, Jack. You've found the ultimate Las Vegas guide to girls peeling off their underthings in public.

Las Vegas Topless Clubs, Nude Clubs and More

There are 16 topless gentlemen's clubs in Las Vegas, seven clubs where the girls are on stage fully nude, ten casino shows that feature topless showgirls, bars and nightclubs that feature erotic entertainment, peep shows, swingers' clubs, 10 adults-only topless party pools, and a dozen male revues, including one where the guys dance nude.

We've got strip clubs with such an awesome number of drop-dead gorgeous dancers that the scene rivals the harem of the Sultan of Brunei. We've got strip clubs that offer private VIP rooms where you can close the door and get creative with the dancer of your choice.

We've got high-mileage lap dances, nude bed dances, shower shows, mud and oil wrestling, bikini bull-riding, pretty beaver contests, and Monday night football titty blizzards. We’ve got strip clubs that feature stacked dancers, others that feature big booty, and still others that feature 18-year-olds who can fly around the stripper poles.

We’ve even got high-end legal brothels an hour's drive from Vegas.

As a traveling man, I've been to strip clubs in just about every state in the U.S.—including Alaska and Hawaii—and a lot of other countries as well, and I've never seen another town like this one for strip clubs. The best strip clubs in Las Vegas are some of the best strip clubs in the world.

100% Honest Vegas Strip Club Reviews

At Topless Vegas Online, I cover it all. I give it to you straight and tell you exactly what you can expect. If I like a place, I tell you why. If I don't like a place, I tell you the problem. I list the prices for everything, and whether or not I think they're worth it.

Las Vegas Strip Club Costs, Etiquette, Slang and Local Laws

I also fill you in on how to avoid getting ripped off by the tourist traps, and provide tricks the locals use to have maximum fun at minimum cost. And if you're new to the Vegas strip club scene, you'll find guides to Las Vegas strip club etiquette, tipping advice, slang, and local laws.

How to Get the Most from Topless Vegas Online

If you're not familiar with Vegas strip clubs, start with the articles under "Strip Club Survival Guide" at the left. Once you know whether you're looking for a topless or nude club, or some other adult entertainment, check out the "Best Of's" at the top left.

Once you've narrowed down the clubs or shows that you're most interested in, check out their individual reviews for detailed information, hours, prices, and location. And don't forget to check out the free round-trip limo transport offered by many of the clubs. The clubs give free admission when you arrive at their club by their limo, no strings attached. That can save you $70+ to enjoy the pleasures of the establishment.

Las Vegas Returns to its Roots

The Vegas Casinos Rethink This Whole Tourist Destination Thing

Tony Spilotro, Lefty Rosenthal, and Nancy Spilotro in 1970s Vegas

I’ve already written about how Nevada is a fake state and Las Vegas is a carny operation rather than a real city.

And I’ve already speculated in the comments that the casinos are actually supportive of Sisolak’s shutdown of the Nevada economy because they’re sick of all the freeloaders in this state essentially mooching off their carny operation. Nevada’s casinos and hotels pay roughly 40% of the state government’s budget and I think they’ve figured out they don’t get much in return.

Nevada is the U.S. state hit the absolute hardest by the Bat Plague shutdowns, with an unemployment rate over 25% and a mortgage delinquency rate already at 10%.  That makes our “Housing Hardship” index (Bankrate.com’s favorite measure of consumer financial peril) the highest in the country at over 35%.  That’s so bad that real estate investors quoted through that link are already saying they won’t be doing any deals in Nevada for years.

Yet Nevada Governor Sisolak just doubled down on driving tourists away from Nevada by extending his shutdown orders for shows, nightclubs and strip clubs, his low occupancy orders for restaurants, bars and pools, and mandating masks everywhere outside the home except when you’re actually putting a forkful of food in your mouth or are actively sipping from a drink.  He’s got Stasi goons patrolling the casinos for mask violations and issuing $130k fines for each!

As a result, check out the video below of XS Nightclub at Encore on July 3 at 2 am.

Why on earth would the only financially-significant industry in Nevada put up with this crap?  Why is most of their operation now seemingly for show?  Why don’t they care that tourists will return home unsatisfied?

Las Vegas Returns to Its True Vocation of Money Laundering

The Real Ginger –
Geri McGee

There were roughly 325,000 people in Las Vegas in the mob’s heyday here in the 1970s.  The population of the state was roughly 600,000.

Now there are 2.6 million in Vegas — roughly 3 million in the state — or roughly 5x the 1970s population. Only 206,000 of that 3 million are employed by the casinos.  That’s roughly twice the number of the 1970s.

The Nevada casinos have gotten relentlessly more efficient by doing things like automating and replacing employee-intensive table games with slots.  As a result, the number of people who have been able to move to Nevada and mooch off the casinos’ success has grown from roughly 500,000 people to 2.8 million.

Roughly 350,000 of that 2.8 million are employees of small businesses that depend on the casinos for their livelihood.  Another 850,000 do useless things like teach our kids and staff our hospitals and run our government.  The rest of the 2.8 million are students or bums or retirees.  That means roughly 93% of Nevadans are pretty much useless eaters as far as the casinos are concerned.

You know, back in the day, people like Geri McGee, the real woman behind the Ginger character in the movie Casino, were dependent on the casinos for a livelihood.  Geri was a chip hustler.  Players gave her chips just to keep her around, or she pocketed them when they weren’t looking.  But she wasn’t really a mooch like the 2.8 million of us living here now because she kept a player playing.  She was a boon to the casinos and we’re not.

I believe the casinos have come to the conclusion it’s time to unload us and return to their roots.

And what are the Vegas casinos’ roots?  What service exactly does Las Vegas provide that’s so lucrative it’s been able to subsidize 2.8 million mooches like me?  Las Vegas is the money laundering capital of the world.  Why did you think the mob came here in the first place?

You run a drug cartel in Mexico or a human trafficking operation out of the South Pacific and want to convert your Bitcoin or dirty cash to digits in a bank account to buy another beachfront estate?  Vegas is the place that can do it, and do it big.  Here is a great account of how Vegas laundered money for an alleged Chinese-Mexican drug trafficker (China is the primary source of illegal fentanyl in the U.S.). 40% of the Nevada casino take from all table games now comes from baccarat winnings from a handful of whales just like this one.

Don’t get me wrong, Las Vegas is not the only big money laundering center in the U.S.  The high-end art market is a notorious money laundering operation.  High-end NYC real estate has been the preferred money-laundering operation for Russian oligarchs.  Hollywood is a money laundering operation.  You think those big stars really get $50 million to appear in a Movie of the Week-type piece of crap that doesn’t last a week in the theaters?  No.  They get a few million for going through the motions and the rest goes back to the cartels.

And if you believe George Cl00ney really spent five years tasting and developing a tequila brand that sold for $1 billion dollars four years after he started bottling it, tell me the name of the brand and whether you’ve ever in your life heard somebody order it.

In any case, what does it take to run a casino money laundering operation?  It takes a baccarat table, a baccarat dealer, and enough casino trimmings to look like a credible casino to the government.  You know all those grannies playing slots on the Vegas Strip, dropping a thousand dollars mad money on their vacations?  They aren’t the customer.  They’re camo.

I believe the problem for Vegas now is that a lot of these global crime syndicates are getting rolled up, shut down, their assets seized.  For example, the Los Zetas drug cartel has recently been taking heavy casualties in its monthly gun battles at the U.S. southern border.  You tend to have less money to launder when you’re fighting both the Mexican military, which is guarding the border, and all the other cartels fighting for the remaining territory not covered by the U.S. border wall.

And the DOJ has been rolling up human trafficking operations left and right, seizing the assets of Russian oligarchs, and generally making it a lot tougher for the people who used to come to Vegas to launder money.

With fewer whales coming in, the Vegas casinos need less camo.  In fact, we are of so little value to them now that even high-end casinos like Wynn are no longer offering housekeeping services during your stay!  The excuse is Bat Plague, but really, they’re just not into us anymore.

Similarly, the Vegas casinos can no longer underwrite the education and health care expenses of millions, especially when those millions have been getting louder and whinier, demanding even more.  Nor can they share the tourist dollars of their camo customers with the 350,000 employees of other small businesses in the state.  They are better off running fake, empty nightclubs than having the likes of us tramping around, getting the carpet dirty.

As for Nevada Governor Sisolak, I said there would be a grim amusement in watching this former boiler room operator destroy all the people he’d conned into voting for him, and here it is, right on schedule.  State employees will be furloughed, raises will be canceled, job vacancies will go unfilled (leaving everyone working harder for less), and all because of Sisolak’s own policies.  Sisolak has to cut $1.3 billion from the state budget under his most optimistic scenario.  The total state budget in 2018 was $3.8 billion.

That means Sisolak has to renege on every promise he made to AFSCME, the state teachers union, and the membership of other unions that supported him, like the Culinary Union, whose members will remain mostly laid off for the foreseeable future.  AFSCME alone spent $2.4 million in independent expenditures supporting his 2018 campaign.  That doesn’t include donations from the union’s members and officers.

Sisolak’s sales inducement in his boiler room operator days was a faux instant sweepstakes. For example, the boiler room brokers would tell a customer he’d won a “big screen TV.”  A few weeks after the sale the prize would arrive – a plastic magnifying lens to affix to the front of a TV set.  Sisolak too has returned to his roots.

The Committee of 300

Beyond Conspiracy

For your Independence Day reading pleasure, here is fringe conspiracy theory website ClA.gov with John Coleman’s remarkable analysis of the “Committee of 300,” an “upper level parallel secret government” that runs the country and the world:  Conspirators’ Hierarchy.

The manuscript is in the ClA file of materials found in the Abbottabad Compound, a safe house reportedly used by former ClA asset Osama Bin Laden until he was reportedly killed there by U.S. forces in May 2011.

The author, a former Ml6 British intelligence officer, was the first to disclose the existence of the Club of Rome to the public.  The Club of Rome is reportedly a kind of task force for the Committee of 300.  In this book, he talks about an elite conspiracy that includes “enslaving the majority of humans left on this earth after wars, plagues and mass murder have done with them…”

If you’ve ever wondered why elites seem able to get away with murder, why they send our kids to die in wars of no benefit to our country, why we spend more and more on medicine yet continue to get sicker, why our taxes go up and up without any discernible beneficial results, and why it seems so impossible to change things with elections, this book will be of interest to you.

This link was passed on to me by a former military intelligence officer.  There actually appears to be a set of dimwitted James-Bond-villain-type elites who regard humanity as cattle, don’t trust freedom and markets, and are determined to rule a world with a much smaller population.  They believe natural resources essential to human life are limited and they don’t intend to share them with us.  Read this book and you’ll understand how former intelligence officer Ian Fleming came up with Goldfinger.

Before you write this off, be aware that the author predicted in 1981 the nullification of Reagan’s presidency and the destruction of the U.S. steel, auto and housing industries, as well as a number of European events that later happened, because of an order handed down by the Committee of 300.

Or read the introduction to the U.S. foreign aid scam on pages 9 and 10, then think about what we’ve just learned about foreign aid to Ukraine, the Bidens, and Burisma, plus the utter resistance of Congress to Trump’s attempts to reduce foreign aid.

Or read on a little further about the Club of Rome’s deindustrialization plan, and then think about the Green New Deal.

I would be writing about Vegas strip clubs but I can’t, because the Committee of 300 is still trying to make this Bat Plague thing work for them.  So I might as well start writing about them.

For Bat Plague Hoax Resisters

Yet Another Study Shows Hydroxychloroquine Saves Covid Patients

How Many People Did Democrats and the Media Kill with Their Lies About Hydroxychloroquine?

If you missed it, yet another major study has shown that hydroxychloroquine cuts the Bat Plague death rate by 66%.  The study was conducted by the Henry Ford Health System and published yesterday in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Infectious Diseases.

The study looked solely at the use of hydroxychloroquine for patients already hospitalized with Bat Plague.  The study did not use zinc with the hydroxychloroquine.  Other studies have shown that hydroxychloroquine is most effective when used early (before symptoms are bad enough for hospitalization) and used with zinc.  There is a strong correlation between severe ScaryVirus symptoms and zinc deficiency.

The way the drug works is to get zinc into cells, where the zinc stops virus replication.  When the drug is taken at the onset of symptoms, with zinc, it saves virtually everyone.

The study also looked at the claim that the drug can exacerbate heart conditions, and found no evidence of such a side effect.

The study’s authors say it was hard to get enough patients to test hydroxychloroquine’s effectiveness because Democrats and the media have frightened people so badly about the drug.  How many people have died because of Democrats’ and the media’s lies about this cheap, safe, effective drug?  Note that Fauci was right in there with the Democrats slinging the lies.

And there’s no excuse for their disinfo, because dozens of large studies before this one showed hydroxychloroquine was safe and effective.  The only studies that found differently were Democrats’ hoax studies based on literally fraudulent data, absurdly high doses, or ridiculously small or skewed samples.

Democrats wanted a high death rate from this virus and their brainwashed voters complied.

Hydroxychloroquine was literally banned for treatment of Covid in a number of Democrat-controlled states, including my own.  My governor should be prosecuted for manslaughter.

More on Mask Stupidity

Epidemiologist Warns You Should Be Boiling Your Masks!

An infection-control epidemiologist wonders why the well-known risks of mask-wearing are being hidden from the public.

He points to a study that showed health-care workers who wore cloth masks all day while working were 13 times more likely to get a respiratory illness.

Another study showed those who wore a paper or procedure mask were twice as likely to get some type of respiratory infection if they wore it all day.

“This shouldn’t surprise us,” Furness said. “A mask, you’re breathing on it all day long creating all this wonderful space for bacteria to multiply, and once they get to a certain quantity you start inhaling them.”

He says people are at risk of breeding drug-resistant bacteria in their masks that could be far more dangerous than Covid.  And he says mask-wearing may give people a false sense of security (which means somewhere in his subconscious, even he is aware they don’t work, though he won’t come out and say it).

This guy doesn’t seem aware of the studies showing masks don’t stop transmission of respiratory viruses.  And he admits there are no studies showing that you’re safe from inhaling bacteria below a certain number of hours of mask wearing.

But he’s so alarmed by the dangers of mask wearing that he BOILS his cloth masks between uses.  Have you been boiling your masks?  Didn’t think so.

People, learn how to be healthy.  That’s all you really need.  If you refuse to learn to be healthy, and you get China Cootie symptoms, find a doctor who will start you on hydroxychloroquine and zinc right away.

More Coronabux Coming

President Trump said yesterday that Congress is working out the final details on another Coronabux package.  The bill would send another $1200 to every American below the same income limit as last time, whether employed, unemployed, retired, beach bum, homeless meth addict, or whatever.

Trump said he’s still pushing for the payout to be more generous than $1200.  We should be paid a lot more as compensation for this fraud. $100k apiece wouldn’t be enough.

Raiders Have Delayed Charging Season Tickets Payments

“In light of the uncertainty surrounding the 2020 Las Vegas Raiders season…”

Payments had been scheduled to be processed on July 3, but have again been delayed.

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