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    Default Crazy Horse in Singapore.. FINALLY!!!

    Haha.. Crazy Horse of Paris is coming to Singapore! At a time Singapore is going to have casinos!! Hehe.. if the "Crazy Horse" show is similar to that's in Paris or Las Vegas, it's anything but mild!

    And for those who have seen the russian gals at Nepture's, well, you haven't seen the best yet!

    Oh did someone said it's arty shows? hehe..

    Great. With casinos and arty nude shows, how "fun" can Singapore be? Hmm..
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    Also the ceiling on the casino's income from gambling has been lifted. "Sin"gapore is the new Singapore.

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    huh? simi siao bei?

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    i thought we have crazy horse in singapore already. at orchard towers. hehe.

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    i tot there were not allowed to portray nudity..?
    think i read it in today's paper... or am i referring to another article...

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    Haizz, at first I thought it is the Rae Milk - ClubX Crazy Horse from Melbourne !

    Then I ...it must be a dirty friday morning

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    what to do when we are desparate for tourist $. IRs, crazy horses, etc...
    the latest i hear is that the govt is lifting the cap of 50% revenue contribution from casions. during the pre-announcement of casino debate, the govt said it will cap casino's revenue. what is next to be changed??

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    what to do when we are desparate for tourist $. IRs, crazy horses, etc...
    the latest i hear is that the govt is lifting the cap of 50% revenue contribution from casions. during the pre-announcement of casino debate, the govt said it will cap casino's revenue. what is next to be changed??
    I hope the garmen will lift the restriction to cap the casino floor-area to not more than 5% of the development. Frankly, without casinos, I doubt the theme park alone can sustain the development. And with the $100 daily entry fee, it will definitely put off the low to middle income people (irony that's the main purpose). Assuming that the patrons are tourists and rich Singaporeans, I doubt the hotels can be filled up.
    Wow.. a fine Singapore!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Arcanic~
    i tot there were not allowed to portray nudity..?
    think i read it in today's paper... or am i referring to another article...
    Without nudity, who would pay $180+ to see a show? Anyway, it's a arty nudity shows.. with bare-chested nubile gals wearing nothing except a thin thongs... Whow.. won't they catch a cold? Hehehe..

    Anyway, if the show in Singapore is similar to the ones I saw in Paris and Las Vegas, then Clark Quay will soon be the next "Chinatown" where dirty chee goh peh uncles with newspapers rolled under their armpits will gather ...

    3 cheers for the people who are making my country a fun place to live in! I say, bring in the pay-per-view pornography ..er.. arty.. show to the national TVs.. Boost the national birth rates!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Arcanic~
    i tot there were not allowed to portray nudity..?
    think i read it in today's paper... or am i referring to another article...
    there are always exceptions. like when govt say it is Ok, then it is Ok. in particular, when there is an economic advantage eg. $$ streaming in into the coffers. what is next? Playboy allowed to be sold here. hehe!!

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    To be honest, the Crazy Horse dance show is actually a very arty show. I mean, even if the dancers are properly clothed, they will still bring in the crowds. The nudity is a plus point, but I must admit that the dance Choreography is first-class.

    Ok, let's not be carried out, and diverted this thread into some R(A) materials, the Crazy Horse show is one of those performance which is high engergy and impactful. It takes alot of effort in coordination & light choregraphy etc to make a mere 15mins dance routine. The last I seen a CH show was in Las Vegas. My wife and I paid US$125 each to watch it. For 80mins, we were entertained by professional dancers executing their moves. Each show is made up of separate skits. During the show, we got to talk to one of the dancers and I tell you, it takes lots of effort to make it to the group. First of all, the gals must have a strict regime on their diet to keep their bodies in good shape. And these dancers usually have short career life. I heard usually the dancers retired in their early 30's because of worn knee-caps.
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    Thailand's transvestite shows in phuket and pattaya also arty, don't you think so? sentosa onced hosts them, but not heard of them anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by eric69
    To be honest, the Crazy Horse dance show is actually a very arty show. I mean, even if the dancers are properly clothed, they will still bring in the crowds. The nudity is a plus point, but I must admit that the dance Choreography is first-class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    Thailand's transvestite shows in phuket and pattaya also arty, don't you think so? sentosa onced hosts them, but not heard of them anymore.
    you meant the TIGER show? Sorry, I'm ignorant about that.. Sentose hosted alot of crap shows.. You mean, popping pingpong balls out of certain orifices is considered arty???
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric69
    you meant the TIGER show? Sorry, I'm ignorant about that.. Sentose hosted alot of crap shows.. You mean, popping pingpong balls out of certain orifices is considered arty???
    no, not tiger show. we have tiger shows at the zoo. the type where males dressed as females and sing, dance, do comedy, sing paul anka's one man woman, one woman man, etc. not arty enough? hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    no, not tiger show. we have tiger shows at the zoo. the type where males dressed as females and sing, dance, do comedy, sing paul anka's one man woman, one woman man, etc. not arty enough? hehe
    Haha.. that's goss!

    Frankly, I think the garmen is going in the right direction. I mean, there's no way to know whether it's a right move or not, but at least we tried. If it's bad influence to Singapore, at least they tried, and move on from there. Most important is to have that mindset to try.

    Anyway, if guys at 18 can be trusted with a rifle, why not nudity? Alot of things will be considered taboo, if it's quite under wrap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric69
    [font=Fixedsys]Without nudity, who would pay $180+ to see a show?
    .....erm in many parts of Singapore you get more than nudity for $180......

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    I can't remember what the writer said in details about this show announcement in ST yesterday but I distinctly remembered she said "we are ready" for a show like this in Singapore....... right....

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    i thought we have crazy horse in singapore already. at orchard towers. hehe.

    haha LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric69
    Haha.. Crazy Horse of Paris is coming to Singapore! At a time Singapore is going to have casinos!! Hehe.. if the "Crazy Horse" show is similar to that's in Paris or Las Vegas, it's anything but mild!

    And for those who have seen the russian gals at Nepture's, well, you haven't seen the best yet!

    Oh did someone said it's arty shows? hehe..

    Great. With casinos and arty nude shows, how "fun" can Singapore be? Hmm..
    Think i will throw away my migration forms ........ hehe
    always the Light, .... always.

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    hmm...as long as can shoot inside i don't mind paying the ticket hahaha........
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