Texas is looking for a few good women in time for the Super Bowl. According to the website, Arlington city officials are expecting , visitors over Super Bowl weekend. John Walsh , the manager of one local strip club, Showtime Cabaret, told the website he's looking for another dancers that week. Other strip clubs in surrounding areas said, like many businesses, they're psyched for the additional traffic - but certainly aren't going on hiring sprees. At the Clubhouse in Dallas , a manager who declined to give his name told the Daily News that he is expecting increased traffic and is willing to hire additional women who come in - but doesn't have a blank check for new employees.
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This post was written in when the Steelers played the Packers in the Superbowl in Dallas. Not just any stripper shortage, mind you, but a 10, plus shortage of women to shake their booty to Superbowl revelers. I know — a tragedy as big as the Lone Star State! What kind of Texas hospitality would it be for Superbowl guests to arrive in Dallas and experience a stripper shortage. How un-Texas like. But, does that really matter in a time of crisis? He rode on a steamship called the Beaver.
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The most significant sporting event in history is just days away, and everyone from Peyton Manning to the Bacon Brothers is caught up in last-minute preparations. As a first-time host, New York is determined to pull out all the stops for the filthy-rich NFL fans who have descended upon the city, demanding to be entertained. Fortunately, Kevlin reports that his team is healthy, barring any last-minute subs. New recruits, some fresh out of high school, are especially vulnerable. Many rookies are put in without any technical training, and with little awareness of the sheer physicality of the job.