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Reader Polls Feedback for: November 25, through December 4, 2008

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During a conversation this week with three show owners, I was asked a very interesting question.  This week's Reader Poll question asks. . .  Is Las Vegas ready for a full nude evening show within a casino.  The show owners will have several entertainers and have 7 females performing in the nude.  They wanted to know if it was a show that might have interest to a large audience if it was priced around $50 per ticket?  Do you think this is a good idea or a bad idea and why?  What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I think I would be a paying customer at $50, most shows cost more than that and without the interesting entertainers.  Jacob S.  NJ

I hope it is done tastefully, so I guess they have had topless shows in casinos for years, why not fully nude?  Count me in.  Betty. Boston MA

I think that it is a good idea because it will revert Las Vegas to be more for adults. Trying to make it a "family" place was a nice idea, but it really isn't a place for kids. I think if it is a classy full nude show it will be well received by both male and female patrons.  Jan H  Tucson, Az

A show such as this would just lure more "undesireables" to LV and take away from the reason many others travel to LV (to see quality, class act shows). There are enough opportunities for those who want the peep show and trench coat experiences...Leave the Vegas show girl experiences as they are - with a little bit to the imagination (albeit
very little bit).  jean enright  MA

I wouldn't go , but I see no reason why not. Vegas is Vegas. If adults want it , and aren't being forced into it, (and who would ?) go for it.  Johnny Knox  Weyburn , Sask Canada

Las Vegas is the Adult playground of the USA.Let's give the adults, adult entertainment.  Rick Foss  Alta Loma

i am for it. i think it's a good idea simply because people who want to see it can go, others who don't prefer to see it, don't have to. it's a matter of having the option. any show i've seen in las vegas with partial nudity has been done with elegance and class. i would not expect to see otherwise with full nudity, either.  ruth wermont  stuart florida

Is there really much difference in total nudity or a G-string the size of dental floss? I didn't think so. Bring on the naked babes and bodes! Yeah!   Nick Ogle   Knoxville, TN

Yes i think it would be a good idea.You pay big $$ for some of the topless shows now and they stink.  John Yenchick  Sugarloaf ,Pa.

Isn't that what Las Vegas is all about, Adult Entertainment. As long as ID is checked and no one under 21 is admitted, I personaly do not see any problem with this. If you do not want to see the show you do not have to go. As long as it is advertised Totaly Nude, No One Under The Age Of 21 Will Be Admitted. Unless you change the Gambling Laws to 18 yrs. of age or older. There are enough kid oriented Hotels that it would not be a
problem.   Peter Slater  Mill Creek, WA




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