It is a Dog-eat-Dog World up here. Everyone is pulling out whatever dirty tricks they have under their sleeve to keep their heads above water. It’s pathetic, and it makes for a very unpleasant work environment.
I was talking to two southern gentlemen last night. I sat with Billy first, but they had just arrived and needed some time to settle in. When I returned, Billy had a cracked out, flabby tattooed Betty Page-esque alternative chick on his lap, so I sat with Bobby. It was obvious that Billy wasn’t enjoying Betty’s company, and Bobby was gloating because he “got” me instead. When Betty asked Billy for a dance, he declined and said, “No, I don’t want a dance, but I’ll buy one for him if he wants one!” Typical customer act: redirect the girl he doesn’t want down a dead end street, hoping she’ll get up and leave.
So, instead of taking rejection with grace, cracked out Betty Page reached over, tapped Bobby’s arm and slurrs…”Doo youuu like her? Because he’s going to buy you a dance with me if you don’t like her.”
Bobby was taken aback after so rudely being put on the spot like that. “Uh…yeah, we’re getting along just fine and were about to have a lapdance.” He said.
Now, any normal person would get the point. But not Betty.
“Well, we can both dance for you then. Lets go over there, its $100 each.” Betty continued.
Bobby, being the southern gentleman that he was, still didn’t want to be rude. So I whispered, “Do ya need me to save you?” he nodded.
“Thanks, but we already have a plan to dance over here. He’s a one girl kinda guy!” and led Bobby to a wingback chair.
Later in the evening, I enjoyed a half hour in the Apollo Lounge with Concrete Chris from Boston. It was an easy sale, and we were the only ones in the entire room. I was floored. Usually there is a wait to get into the VIP areas. I also had to wait A LONG time to find Concrete Chris, because I had to weed through the timewasters and limited-buyers who pretended to be VIPs. It reminded me of trading. Sometimes I have to sit and watch the computer all day long waiting for my signal to enter the trade. Then once I get the signal, I just have to pull the trigger to close the sale and the money comes quickly.
I have worked in this city on and off for 10 years, and this is NOT the Las Vegas I can trust for a week of profits above and beyond what I can make at my home club. Notice the disclaimer. I’m not saying Las Vegas isn’t profitable. I’ve had a decent week, but after travel expenses I could have just stayed home and realised the same gains.
Las Vegas is a challenging market, even to the most skilled SuperStrippers I know. It is oversaturated with supply, while demand is shrinking.
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