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And making tips was problematical. If you were closer than some distance from a customer, you had to keep all your clothes on. Somewhat farther away, you could have most of them off. You could not have them all off. But if you obeyed the law, your tips were lousy. To survive, you had to break the law. But if you got caught, you got arrested and fined, so you lost your $75 fee for working there and who would pay your baby sitter?
Boy, when I was in school, they never taught any of this stuff in tax class. It was mostly theoretical.

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