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April 11, 2014


A group of exotic dancers is suing the owners of three S.C. strip clubs, claiming they should have received an hourly wage under the federal law designed to prevent the exploitation of employees.

(Thanks to Vernon Bowen)


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Send them to Washington! Oh wait, maybe that's not such a good idea.

Kudos for laying bare this problem.

I'd be glad to contribute the singles in my wallet to this worthy cause...

Next OSHA will be inspecting the brass poles to make sure they will function safely!

They're artists. Artists need protecting. We should all support the arts ! Oh wait......

Art Galleries, yeah that's the ticket "art galleries"

The clubs must've started believin' their own publicity ... the part that sez "gentlemen" can choose their place to "kick back" and relax ...

I dunno ... it sounded better in my mind ...

May The Great Tassel of the Law spin in their direction.

Next they'll be suing for age discrimination. Sagging silicone and distorted tattoos should not be grounds for dismissal.

So "minimum wage" doesn't mean minimum wage, right?

I have no doubt that the male bloggers here will erect signs in support of these "dancers."

Here in Portlandia, the best strip club is owned by women who used to be dancers, then bartenders, then owners. And some cops hang out at the bar. There is a better way.

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