New Cowboys Stadium Features 'Cage Dancers'

Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:00 am EDT

It appears that Jerry Jones did indeed think of everything.

I don't know that that little structure qualifies as an actual cage, but Al Michaels referred to the ladies inside as "cage dancers." I guess that's what Jerry wants them to be called, so who am I to argue?

When a man spends a billion dollars on a stadium, that man is entitled to cage dancers. The game's actually not over as I write this, so I don't know what's coming next. Does the end zone roll back to give way to an oil-wrestling pit? Are there private viewing booths in the luxury boxes? I don't even want to think...

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