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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.

Face Masks Don’t Protect You from Covid

The Censorship of Real Science on Masks

I’ve linked a number of times to a paper at Researchgate that’s a review of randomized, controlled trial studies on whether face masks stop transmission of respiratory viruses, including Covid-19.

Researchgate censored the paper to which I originally linked by taking it down, even though its author is a PhD in physics who has published in peer-reviewed journals over a hundred times, and even though the paper is simply a review of the results of other studies in peer-reviewed journals, to which he links.  Some of the studies to which he links are meta-analyses of dozens more randomized, controlled trial studies.

Now the paper has been republished here.

Masks do not prevent transmission of respiratory viruses.

The author explains why masks don’t work. Viral respiratory diseases are transmitted by virus particles that tend to hang around in the air, of a size (< 2.5 μm) too fine to be blocked by masks.  Plus, the minimum dose necessary to give you the disease is smaller than one aerosol particle.  One particle!

A surgeon says the same thing in our post on the folly of masks.

The new publisher of this paper says:

ResearchGate chose to censor and remove this paper because it didn’t fit the narrative of the Great Panic of 2020 over COVID-19. Such censorship proves the existence of an alternative agenda.

Again, this underscores the Technocrat methodology of shaming, ridiculing and censoring anybody that comes forth with real science that refutes their pseudo-science.

The Replacement of Science with Pseudo-Science

I’m reposting this link even though I know almost no one will click on it.  Of the handful of people who click on it, maybe half will read it.  And they won’t have time to actually dig into the data of a hundred different studies.

If two people actually take the time to dig into the data, one will be able to incorporate the data into new thinking on the virus.  The other will mentally rewrite the data to suit his preexisting beliefs.

And the scientists behind most studies these days actually prefer that.

One of the things you have to get used to these days if you’re going to read studies in peer-reviewed scientific journals is that the studies will often report different results in the summary and conclusion than are actually supported by the data in the study.  They literally have to do that to continue getting grants.

In other words, just as having fun has recently been forced to go underground in Las Vegas, science has been forced to go underground in published scientific studies.

Biologist Ray Peat says, “Journals that are considered to be the best in their field publish many papers that simply misrepresent some of the basic facts, while ‘interpreting away’ experimental results that would otherwise have unpleasant commercial implications.”

You can find similar “interpretations” in these mask studies. For example, one meta-analysis looked at studies of mask-wearing in community settings and correctly stated there was no statistically significant difference in numbers of laboratory-confirmed flu cases in households between mask-wearing groups and those that didn’t wear masks.  You can click on the chart below to enlarge it.

But that’s not what they wanted to find, so they cherry pick a subset of data from within the study that showed a benefit to mask wearing if combined with a specific hand washing protocol started within 36 hours of symptoms in the first flu case in the household.  In another study, they found a benefit at 4-6 weeks into the trial for the hand-washing protocol plus masks, but it was not statistically significant.  Neither of these subset protocol benefits were replicated in the other studies.

Note:  Though cherry picking data after the fact is not good science, it has become standard in Big Pharma studies and has lead to a replication crisis.

Fake science is being used, and real science is being suppressed, to push a pandemic hoax (and many other scientific hoaxes) for political and economic reasons.

Part of that pandemic hoax is forcing people to wear masks for no reason other than to train us in submission.

The Vegas Speakeasy Era

4th of July Fireworks Cancelled on the Vegas Strip

Caesars has reportedly cancelled their 4th of July fireworks for the Strip.

Cirque du Soleil has filed for bankruptcy and Blue Man Group has just permanently terminated all its cast and crew.

At the same time, there was an actual party at a Vegas Strip hotel pool over the weekend, full of people having fun instead of getting nagged about social distancing, but if I tell you where, it will be shut down.

Illegal Vegas brothels are open but legal Vegas brothels are closed.

And if I tell you what’s happening or not happening at the Vegas strip clubs, they could be destroyed and so could the political entities where they are located.

We are back in the speakeasy era in Las Vegas.  Any fun to be had has gone underground.

The Con Men of Las Vegas Part II

The Boiler Room Operator Who Made It Big

The Boiler Room Promised a “Big Screen TV” –
What Customers Got was a Magnifying Lens

Part I of this post is about the early history of Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, specifically his early career as, reportedly, a Vegas boiler room operator.

The info in that post and this one comes mainly from Zengrifter, an acquaintance of mine for over 30 years, who started his own boiler room career in Vegas in the ’70s, when Sisolak started, and heard of Sisolak from the late Ron Schroeder (the king of Vegas boiler rooms; see below) in the early ’80s.

There is no question that Zengrifter is an expert in this topic and there is no question that Zengrifter was working at boiler rooms in Las Vegas in the 1970s.  You can find more info on Zengrifter as well in Part I.

I asked why Sisolak would have moved to Las Vegas in the mid 1970s, when the town was dominated by the mob and provided little opportunity for anyone but gangsters and con men.  Now Zengrifter has returned with more info about Sisolak’s early history in Las Vegas.  You can find the original here.

[Note:  A “boiler room” operation is a room equipped with telephones used for making high-pressure, usually fraudulent, telemarketing sales pitches.]

A little more background on Sisolak and the Vegas boiler rooms …

By the early ’70s boiler rooms in southern Nevada had become a very robust industry. Some operations sold office supplies with a hidden kickback inducement to the company purchasing agent, who typically worked for mid-sized and larger companies and could authorize a purchase order for tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars — huge orders of staples and pens and so forth. The sales were made on a net 90-day pay basis, typical of the industry.

One of the product categories in the office supplies catalog that never got any traction was advertising specialties: pens and calendars and the like imprinted with the company’s name.

At that point in time, the biggest boiler room operator was a former commercial plumber from Milwaukee named Ronald Schroeder, with whom I was close. Ron was well-connected in Milwaukee and many rounders[1] out of Milwaukee flocked to Vegas to join this new semi-underground growth industry.

Schroeder’s company was called 50 States Distributing, and one of his salesmen had a eureka moment and showed Ron that the advertising specialties could be bigger than office supplies, and open up a huge market of small businesses — florists, bakeries, gas stations and such.

It might only be a coincidence that Steve Sisolak also hails from Milwaukee, but he first got into that sales racket while going to school in Vegas in the late ’70s.

The untapped market for advertising specialties was huge, and Ron’s company and its spin-offs were ordering thousands of rural yellow-page phone books filled with small business owners who had never ever gotten a phone call from out of state, let alone Las Vegas, to sell them something.

At the time that Sisolak first entered the game (around ’77) the pitch was an ingenious “misprint” angle, with no prizes:

“John I’m calling you with something of an emergency, I own a company in Las Vegas that does the advertising specialties for all the big hotels and casinos here.

“I just had a big order cancel on me, a large floral arrangement business in San Francisco that HAS THE SAME NAME AS YOURS: Big Valley Florist, they went bankrupt, and we’ve already printed the first line of advertising, the name, on ten thousand of our best quality ballpoint pens!

“If you could please help me and take some of these off my hands I can print three more lines of advertising plus your logo, and I’ll sell them at my cost and pay for the shipping. Can you please help me, John?”

The Vegas ‘adspec’ industry had exploded so big that by ’76 when the biggest timeshare sales resort in the country, the Las Vegas Carriage House – backed by Teamsters’ Morris Shenker – did $21 million in sales (20% down and payments for 5 years), Schroeder’s company did $26 million, COD.

Needless to say, organized crime quickly got its hooks into this burgeoning industry.

By 1981 Schroeder had reached an impasse with regulators in 20 states, but not Nevada of course, and he made a sweetheart consent deal to leave the industry with a slap on the wrist.

At that point in time, Sisolak, I believe with a little help from shadowy friends, reconstituted Ron’s little empire. The name changed from 50 States Distributing to American Distributing Co. and the pitch angle changed from a misprint to a major prize sweepstakes.

Note:  In Part I of this post Zengrifter said that he had it on good authority that Sisolak’s American Distribution Co.’s sales inducement was based on 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 magnifying lens to affix to the front of the TV set.  What they had actually “won” was not a big screen TV, but rather a big TV SCREEN!

I think it’s easy to see why Harry Reid promoted Sisolak to governor in 2018.  As I’ve said before, Nevada is a fake state carny operation.  There are few people who could have been better suited to run the Democrats’ Bat Plague scam here.

[1] Note: A “rounder” is someone whose conduct is immoral or improper.  Doyle Brunson said the term was first used to refer to professional poker players who made their living in illegal poker games. Many early professional poker players made their living in the illegal games by cheating.

You can find more of Zengrifter’s stories about the dark side of Vegas at his website here.

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