August 22, 2005

Because when you think "Stripper Music", you think Rocket Jones

I'm proud of this place.

I enjoy finding interesting and funny things to share with y'all, and I really appreciate the fact that you keep coming back. Not only that, but many of you still talk to me. That kinda amazes me sometimes.

"This is my family. I found it, all on my own. It's little, and broken, but still good.
Yeah, still good."
-- Stitch

Besides the regulars, I get hits from people searching the web for things. Besides the usual odd and downright perverse stuff (we all get 'em), I get visitors quite often looking for things like "build a rubber band gun" and "model rocket plans". I still get comments almost every week on the Box Hockey posts, Rob's Favorite Guitarists of All Time list, and Nog Watch.

Like I said, I'm proud of all of this. But when I'm talking to someone about Rocket Jones and want to toss out one datum with maximum wow power, well, there's really only one choice.

If you google "stripper music", Rocket Jones comes up #1 on the list.

"I am a professional pole dancer and private dance teacher in Japan. Thanks for your ideas."
-- Sandy

Yeah, I brag about that often. I know you've heard it before, but dammit, it means something to me! Lots of blogs boast about how if you google "goat oreo rubber pants" then they come up at the top of the search results.

Bee Effen Dee.

"Stripper music" isn't some random pairing of words with a tenuous connection to my place, this is where actual DJ's and ladies of the dance come to check out the latest tunes and to leave their own suggestions. It's also become a popular target for women looking for pole dancing lessons. And up until now, all I could do was offer generic advice about where to look in their local areas, and to wish them luck.

Until now.

This first link, A Pole Lot of Fun, looks to be a 'party' style setup, similar to the way Tupperware used to work.

We bring the pole, you bring the friends and together we create a magical night of fun, laughter, and support.

Follow that link and see if there's someone local to you. Ladies, do it for yourself if not for your guy. Guys, grow some romantic initiative and set it up for her (and don't forget a dozen roses so she doesn't think you got her hooker lessons, you insensitive bastards).

This link, PoleStars, is based in the UK and Australia. It looks like this is more of the traditional (if I may use that word) class instruction on the art of pole dancing and strip tease.

Both sites offer equipment and clothing too. And remember ladies, it's exercise!

Posted by Ted at August 22, 2005 08:00 PM | TrackBack
Category: Links

Then maybe with that ranking you should consider selling Carmen Electra's video tape on pole dancing.

I understand it's one of Colin's favorite video tapes.

Posted by: Michele at August 23, 2005 06:24 AM

I need to clean the smears off my glasses...when I saw "many of you still talk to me" I read it as "many of you stalk me"...and I thought, damn, Ted knows what I'm doing!

Posted by: nic at August 23, 2005 08:13 PM

That *was* your foot!!!!! ;)

Posted by: Ted at August 24, 2005 06:38 PM

Hi! I saw the link for 'A Pole Lot of Fun'. I'm an APLOF party presenter and I also have my own business that kind of spurred from that. I use my end of the business to teach more advanced pole moves, add a little bit to my parties, and offer dancewear and shoes, in addition to the 'A Pole Lot of Fun' routine - GREAT for beginners. Just wanted to 'plug' a bit. If you're looking for pole dancing lessons or parties, please check out my site. Thanks to Rocket Jones and all the other posters, because that thread about what you'd like a girl to dance to was wonderful - for my party music collection and for my personal dancing. There are a lot of great ideas and a lot of stuff I hadn't even heard of. THANKS, EVERYONE!

Posted by: Candace at August 31, 2005 12:58 AM
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