• Suicide Girls Rocked Lodo with the Blackheart Burlesque Saturday Night

    by  • October 21, 2013 • Denver Venues, In Denver Live, National, NewsThreads • 1 Comment

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    Suicide Girls: Blackheart Burlesque heated up Lodo Saturday night. (Photo: DenverThread)

    Suicide Girls: Blackheart Burlesque heated up Lodo Saturday night. (Photo: DenverThread)

    The Suicide Girls – that world famous group of beautiful, and beautifully decorated, pinups – presented their latest version of the Blackheart Burlesque last Saturday night to a packed, panting house.

    Suicide Girls Rocked Lodo with the Blackheart Burlesque Saturday Night

    So much more than your average burlesque, this Blackheart version tapped Star Wars, Game of Thrones and about a million other pop culture icons as bedrock for some hot, sensuous choreography. And – besides a few of the necessary accouterments that various costumes required and their signature ink and piercings – these ladies wore nothing much more than panties and pasties. From the opening number, featuring a steamy dance to Kenny Rogers & the First Edition’s hit “Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)” (hat tip to The Big Lebowski) – just after kicking off a maligned stripper grinding to “Hey Big Spender”- to a troupe of scantily-clad Imperial Storm troopers, these ladies kept an already sweating, sardined crowd rapt and yelling for more. The show was masterfully hosted by Katherine Suicide, and featured dancers BambuBricksieMaxxy,Priddy and Razzi - ostensibly the best of the thousand-plus bunch.

    But – rather than gum it up with my words – let the photos speak:

     

     

    One Response to Suicide Girls Rocked Lodo with the Blackheart Burlesque Saturday Night

    1. April 14, 2014 at 5:08 pm

      I really like the idea, but I think this is a tirlebre flowchart. A couple of readers have pointed out the bones problem, but there are others. The first decision combines and lists separately two different kinds of dumplings. This confused me for a while, as the direction to Order more shows a different dish from the first step.Then there are other problems where the purpose of a flowchart seems to be confused. For example, in the desert ordering phase, if you don’t want to ask the waiter for a recommendation, order Malay Steamed Sponge. Fine so far, but if you want to ask waiter for a recommendation you get to a step Are you still hungry? .I realise this chart wasn’t created by a dataviz geek, but these are pretty obvious, fundamental problems.Nice idea, poorly executed.

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