Sure, New Orleans remains a toxic cess pool. Bodies remain buried under several feet of feces-laden sludge. Pools of oil float like hallucinogenic rainbows down what once was considered a street, and mosquitos are busily sucking up the lethal mix in anticipation of their visit to a neighborhood near you.
But the strippers are back, so who gives a damn.
Emergency workers helping New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina are being kept in good spirits – by strippers and erotic dancers.
Saucy shows are once again being staged in the city’s famous French Quarter.
Bourbon Street’s Deja Vu Showgirls club, which reopened this week, is the first strip joint to resume business after Katrina.
And instead of drunken tourists, the crowds are mainly made up of police, firefighters and military personnel.
Dancer Dawn Beasley, 27, said: “It’s nice to get back to work, and all these men need some entertainment.
“They haven’t seen anybody but their buddies for two weeks.” (Source: Sky News)
Ah, there’s nothing like a heart of gold buried under 36-EE hooters.