Flying Bordello
Dean Wheeler

El Paso, TX

#1 Feb 5, 2013
KFOX reports that the city of El Paso is looking into a new plan to lure more people to live downtown by introducing a parking permit program. I say bollocks to this and if we want more people to come, we need to be creative and spice things up. Prostitution is illegal on the ground but what about up in the sky? It follows the same logic of riverboat casinos in areas where gambling is banned. All we need is a plane, pilot, stewardess and a few ladies of the evening to get started. This can bring in a lot of revenue for the city and allow people to join the mile high club at the same time. It's win-win.
Larry Grover

United States

#2 Feb 5, 2013
Dean Wheeler wrote:
KFOX reports that the city of El Paso is looking into a new plan to lure more people to live downtown by introducing a parking permit program. I say bollocks to this and if we want more people to come, we need to be creative and spice things up. Prostitution is illegal on the ground but what about up in the sky? It follows the same logic of riverboat casinos in areas where gambling is banned. All we need is a plane, pilot, stewardess and a few ladies of the evening to get started. This can bring in a lot of revenue for the city and allow people to join the mile high club at the same time. It's win-win.
It really isn't a bad idea but I'd doubt you can get if off the ground, no pun intended. Many broads in this town already turn tricks on the side if they're strippers or dancers so they don't need to pay for the jet fuel also as it would cut into their profits.
Great Idea

El Paso, TX

#3 Feb 5, 2013
Dean Wheeler wrote:
KFOX reports that the city of El Paso is looking into a new plan to lure more people to live downtown by introducing a parking permit program. I say bollocks to this and if we want more people to come, we need to be creative and spice things up. Prostitution is illegal on the ground but what about up in the sky? It follows the same logic of riverboat casinos in areas where gambling is banned. All we need is a plane, pilot, stewardess and a few ladies of the evening to get started. This can bring in a lot of revenue for the city and allow people to join the mile high club at the same time. It's win-win.
Hey thats a great idea with all the high roller passing in and out of ElPaso every day and also they need to tax the hell out of them like every other thing tey tax in this area.
Brian S

El Paso, TX

#4 Feb 12, 2013
Dean Wheeler wrote:
KFOX reports that the city of El Paso is looking into a new plan to lure more people to live downtown by introducing a parking permit program. I say bollocks to this and if we want more people to come, we need to be creative and spice things up. Prostitution is illegal on the ground but what about up in the sky? It follows the same logic of riverboat casinos in areas where gambling is banned. All we need is a plane, pilot, stewardess and a few ladies of the evening to get started. This can bring in a lot of revenue for the city and allow people to join the mile high club at the same time. It's win-win.
That's a lovely idea. I hope that City Council takes it up.

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