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Doc and the crew assess the 'serious artistic value' of an adult entertainment club

Night club interior with pole dance stage with neon lights no people (Igor Sinkov/gettyimages)

The Morning Blaze crew and Doc Thompson examined a story involving former a Georgia state representative who has gone into the adult entertainment business.  According to the club attorney, "Under the direction of former Republican State Rep. Jill Chambers – now  artistic director – the Oasis revamped its performances to comply with Doraville’s law before the state Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling."

"According to them, burlesque aerial acts, body painting, head dresses and lip syncing of famous artists, equals — serious artistic value," Doc says.

Khal discovers the yelp page for the club and begins to read the reviews provided by its customers, which features numerous hilarious results.

One particular review from a female customer asked, "Oasis of what? Overweight, out of shape performers, out of date worn out furnishings and decor? This place is in a desperate need of remodeling and recoupment. Visited on a Saturday night, was very disappointed when approximately 20-25 entertainers, maybe five — five of whom were attractive and in good shape."

Doc exclaims how you can see where he's at in his life when he's going, "Yeah — but what about the food?"

To see more from Doc, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson” weekdays 6–9 a.m. ET, only on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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