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At Disneyland, we're all ears ... but not ALL ears

February 19th, 2010

I once asked a customer from Anaheim if he liked Disneyland. He didn't. He probably hates kittens, too.

  • A transsexual was being serviced in a most appropriate way, especially if you are a transsexual.

  • I didn't want to believe the news from the TV, so I just kept cleaning the kitchen.

  • A new year and a new decade have arrived, and I am grateful for the crumpled, sweaty singles in my panties.

  • I had a really nice customer on my first day back. We had a kind of an exclusivity thing going.

  • Having been felled by the flu, I lost 10 pounds and have spent a sufficient time away from stripping.

  • You drink. You get lap dances. You barf. Is it not time to call it a night?

  • The job description is a little different -- waitress instead of dancer -- and who knows how long it'll last.

  • The StripperMobile is gone, but not forgotten, and maybe it'll be back, which would be Deja Vu all over again.

  • I'm using an electronic instrument to type this blog. Guess what it is.

  • My friend who was dressed as a slutty nun is rare, and not because she was dressed as a slutty nun.

  • I've not worked since law enforcement raided my place of work. Is this a sign that stripping might have ended for me?

  • Lorde has the pipes to carry her performance, but the singer could use a full band.

  • The west side water park turns the H2O on this weekend.

  • From UNLVino’s 40th anniversary to a hotly contested fight night at MGM Grand Garden Arena — a rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley — ’tis indeed a weekend to eat, drink and be merry in Las Vegas.

  • Residency lineup for upcoming party spot favors artists on the rise over expensive DJ superstars.

  • A big fan of the UNLV team who won the 1989-90 NCAA national championship, Brandon Flowers of The Killers wore Rebel red during a performance Saturday at Reunion Park at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

  • One guy has a Stone Cold Steve Austin shirt on. I believe in fashion terms that’s called “sad vintage."

  • The weekend ahead is packed with star power, from the Academy of Country Music’s five days of celebration starting tonight with Hunter Hayes to sports champions teeing up for a cause in the annual Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational at Shadow Creek.

  • Just months ahead of its Labor Day Weekend debut, the new north-Strip resort announces a 20,000-square-foot party venue.

  • The weekend ahead is laid back and locals-friendly, with a number of concerts, plays and even a chili cook-off to keep the whole family entertained. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets.

  • Kirn's new memoir focuses on the killer, as well as his own desire to be near him.

  • This month is Self-Injury Awareness Month, a grassroots event focused on bringing attention to self-harm and self-injury — commonly in the form of cutting — and combating stereotypes surrounding the condition.

  • The weekend ahead is one of signature Las Vegas entertainment, ranging from a revamped Strip classic to a new take on Cirque du Soleil for charity to community art for locals downtown. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets:

  • If you’re still struggling with the right way to pop the question — or with the right ring to choose — Las Vegas-based nonprofit the American Gem Society has got you covered with their Perfect Proposal Toolkit.

  • The Henderson waterpark opens May 24. Get your passes now!

  • St. Patrick’s Day Weekend is upon us with plenty of festivities and food and drink specials across the Strip. But if green isn’t your color — or you’re looking for something a little different — there’s still plenty else to keep you entertained. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets.

  • The Pinball Hall of Fame has a whole lot more than just the standard arcade game—Just take a spin on the "Relax-a-lator."

  • The new face of burlesque in Las Vegas is unpredictable, fun and downright sexy!

  • NCT went with a modern take on a classic tale to create a production for the ages.