Nevada casinos, restaurants, strip clubs, and brothels announced more temporary closures Tuesday amid efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19.
MGM, the biggest resort owner on the Las Vegas Strip, led the charge last Friday by shutting the doors to all nightclubs, day clubs, spas, salons and gyms at its properties.
Wynn Resorts said it too was closing its all-you-can-eat buffets, along with any other large entertainment gatherings such as nightclubs and theater shows. The company added that it will set up thermal cameras at entrances to its buildings to screen for anyone running a fever.
Meanwhile, Clark County announced it was canceling all Parks and Recreation events that were expected to be attended by more than 250 people. The city of North Las Vegas announced a similar move, canceling all large, city-run events.
One Nevada business, however, refuses to cave to government and social pressure to close down its fine American enterprise: The Chicken Ranch Brothel in Pahrump, NV.
The Chicken Ranch Brothel, consistently voted Nevada’s #1 brothel, knows the only thing sadder than a woman selling her body for money is a woman selling her body for money with NO CUSTOMERS!
That’s why the world-class whore house is keeping its doors open; however, they do have a new policy in place: all customers must wear masks while inside the brothel AND having sex. The ladies are still mask-free.
One man who salutes the courageous and service of America’s finest prostitutes is Rob M. Kendall, Friend to the SARS! The Chicks on the Right talk Chicken Ranch Brothel, freedom, and ladies of the night in today’s edition of Speedround.
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