Deadwood sounds like a fun place back then. ;-)
Awww, I loooove the Deadwood series. I need to see it more often. A friend borrowed my season one, and I've been trying to get it back for two years. lol
you use what you have to get what you need when you need to
Girl's gotta make a living...
Very cool. I always admire those who can adapt and make do with the resources available to them at the time. :-)
That's what it's all about in the end. :)
Wow. Kinda surprised there was that much reality in the TV series. I didn't even know Deadwood was REAL!
Oh yeah, it was hardcore real. :)
Why is it that Madams' names are almost always unappealing? I'm assuming it has something to do with business but, really...Madam Mustachio?
LOL, I think it's kind of awesome.
Man so many crimal problems would go away if this country would get over it self and allow such things to be legal and regulated.
Neat-o dancing clip. It was creative to mix the breaking with the classical music.
That guy dancing is pretty cool.
the breakdancing clip is awesome. It doesn't quite seem like the classical music was live/almost like it was overdubbed later. But still: neat idea & some nice moves by the dancers.
That was an awesome video. Thanks!
Its like the grace, art and strength of the most awesome strenuous ballet. Awesome.
Most mining towns had a woman per 80-100 men,... women who went there either started out as a wife of a person who went to prospect who were unaware of how dangerous it was for women and children, some women made money as laundresses, seamstresses, cooks and maids (think, ALL men!! Men all alone have a hard time feeding, clothing and cleaning themselves.. a woman who can cook can make some good money!... and some of those women realized they could charge more for sex AND it was less work) and some went to BE prostitutes knowing wherever there were more men then women, there was good business to be had.
In Western Society, even through to early America, any woman who worked was considered a "whore"... actress, laundress,.. a woman so poor she had to work lowly... she might as well BE a whore... so oftentimes old census information called every woman with a job a "prostitute" by occupation, which skewed numbers. But, when its not illegal and there are lonely men, there is LOTS of money to be made. "Prostitution", the use of this term how cultures view it has a fascinating history.
I'll definitely check it out! =)
The Boxer is one of my favorite songs.
Speaking of prostitution, you need to repost your Advisory Board dingus here. =)
Thanks love. :) And I just did!