Anyway, the piece is pretty charming — yeah I am going to stick with it— in the rustic, cozy way that any story about the UP (regardless of subject matter) is going to slant towards. That said, we were a bit curious if that was the UP effect or just the reality of Big Bon's — the charming "Cheers" of strip clubs. So we decided to check out the Facebook reviews for the joint (it's so off the grid that there is no Yelp page for the club) to find out the real scoop.
“I’ve heard that it’s insanely awesome. I’m so excited,” said Ariel, whose name — like those of the other dancers here — may or may not bear a
resemblance to her real one.
She’s a 19-year-old dairy farmer who came in from her Wisconsin home just for hunting season. She’d never
danced before, she said. Yet she’d already made around $800 on a few good nights after a short time here.
“I’m hoping to buy a car,” she said with a smile.
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