Las Vegas strip club hiring young girls graduating from high school

TheBlaze recently published an article about the Little Darlings strip club, an establishment located in Las Vegas with a very controversial "Help Wanted" sign. Messages on the dance club's lit up marquee target new high school graduates, saying "Now auditioning the class of 2015" and "Pay your way through college." The billboard has definitely stirred up some controversy amongst passersby, and Glenn decided to discuss it on radio this morning.

Rough Transcript Below:

GLENN: Okay. Here's a story that has been out for the last couple of days. I think we talked about two days ago. I want to tie it into something else that Stu is bringing to the table.

In Las Vegas, there is a -- a strip club called Little Darlings that has -- isn't that sick just in and of itself?

STU: Yeah, it's an interesting name.

GLENN: Yeah. So it's just off the interstate, and they have started recruiting high school graduates from the class of 2015.

And they said, honestly -- I mean, they're good people there. We all know the economy isn't great. It's hard to find jobs. So this is an open job for young girls 18 years old and older

PAT: Bless their hearts. Bless their hearts.

GLENN: First of all, I was thinking this is scumbaggy of them. But no.

PAT: You got the wrong impression.

GLENN: I did. I really did. They're helping young ladies out.

STU: With the economy.

GLENN: And they're always, quote, looking for entertainers. And quote, with the cost of tuition on the rise, more and more women are turning to this kind of entertainment. And you can work up -- you can make up to $1,000 per night.

STU: How nice a place is this, Jeffy?

GLENN: Hundreds that are either in college or that have worked their way through college by stripping -- and I say this without a doubt, they have no -- not one penny of debt. They don't have to take out student loans. They don't have to borrow money from families or friends. They don't have to take out loans from banks. All they have to do is strip.

STU: This seems like the responsible way to go.

GLENN: It really does.

PAT: It's almost irresponsible not to. I think you could go that far.

GLENN: Uh-huh.

STU: At least go and try it out. If you don't make it, then maybe we'll give you a break.

GLENN: Yeah. Look, you're a consenting adult now. Why not? Why not strip for some really scummy guys on the side of the highway? It will make you feel good about yourself.

STU: Oh, my gosh. Yeah. Totally.

GLENN: Yeah.

STU: The closer your nudity is to a highway, the better you feel.

GLENN: Yep.

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Kilstein joined "The Glenn Beck Program" to dissect exactly how you can handle those awkward, news-related discussions around the table on Thanksgiving and provided his 3-step guide to help you survive the holidays with your favorite, liberal relatives: Find common ground, don’t take obvious bait, and remember that winning an argument at the cost of a family member won’t fix the issue you’re arguing about.

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