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  • #31
    Imagine walking into one of Jims rooms and there he is dancing around his pole like you do Rachel as Mr Tux sits on a chair watching, sipping a milk martini. Holding a $5 bill Or if you need makeup or supplies

    "I am a frickin evil genius who deserves some frickin respect!"


    • #32

      I have a headache.
      Live and let live.
      Please just keep your clothes on when pole dancing.

      But, uh, thanks for the visual.
      Kevin R. Alvey
      info at



      • #33
        Cats, martinis, and a pole - sounds like my house. My cats don't tip me while I dance though - they trip me. Big difference.

        Louis (lurker), you have an inside track - but I can think of one haunted house we probably shouldn't visit on the rare occasion we are closed :shock: I hope I'm worth all the trouble I cause....:-)

        BTW he didn't plug the haunted house's myspace page (no references to pole dancing) :


        • #34

          Interesting topic and i find it funny because just as Racheal said when i tell people i build haunts for a hobby they give me that dog just died look.

          Sadist,barbarrac, evil all come to mind as i look at their blank resonse.

          I could definetly see how pole dancing or any dancing for that fact could help do a couple of things. As stated it most definetly build confidence and charisma, make a person more theatrical through grace of body language.

          Ever been to a seminar where the person speaking has no clue how to speak, just boring dribble. No personality, maybe just reading note cards to an audience?
          How about a really great seminar where the speaker is energetic, looks right and left and address's the whole crowd, throws in a joke every now and then to lighten the mood, this guy has confidence he can talk to 10,000 people and not break a sweat.

          Its all confidence,knowing your bigger than them, and how you portray yourelf to them. Done correctly you get the scare!

          For the record, Racheal Friday night i believe you had a black skirt on with a tan halter top and looked Marvelous!!!! You had so much charisma going you made me to nervous to walk up and introduce myself

          Stay on the pole,Its Working! :shock:


          • #35
            There is kind of an Oxy Moron going on here....discussions of morality and boundries and perceptions evolving around Myspace?

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            • #36
              You are no trouble. You're a great asset, and if exotic dancing helps acting ability, even in the slightest of ways, please feel free to teach all the 18+ girls how to spin around that pole.
              Louis Brown
              Owner, operator, and dish washer
              DarkWood Manor


              • #37
                Kevin - I was wearing a pleated plaid skirt and a black leather halter top - but I did speak with you. I have a strange urge to wear hats when I'm drunk (I should carry an emergency drunk hat with me at all times) so I wanted to wear your pink hat. But you said no Something about it would mess up your hair.....;-)

                Lurker - thanks. Next actors meeting can be at my house - the activity can be pole dancing and afterwards we can drink, cuss and be cool (inside joke).