LAS VEGAS (CBS Las Vegas) – The owner of the legendary Bunny Ranch brothel has decided to follow suit and ban Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life.

Dennis Hof, the owner of The Bunny Ranch, announced Tuesday that Sterling would not be welcome at the famous brothel, said in a press release. Others who are banned include NFL quarterback Michael Vick and “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson.

Hof, who is the star of HBO’s “Cathouse” series, also announced that he has taken the first steps of forming a group with his prostitutes and brothel clients to purchase the Los Angeles Clippers.

I don’t follow sports, so I couldn’t care less about what a billionaire says in private about multi-millionaires who throw balls around. But take away a man’s access to hookers? Now they’ve crossed the line!

  1. orchidcup says:

    “No wonder prostitution is so rampant in China, I mused as I watched the four girls watch us: why stand on your feet all day for slave wages when you can get rich on your back?”

    ― Tom Carter, Unsavory Elements: Stories of Foreigners on the Loose in China

  2. Michael Vick is banned!? This man is a racist!!!

  3. G.O.P. says:

    Sterling \ Bundy 2016


    Now go forth and make thy T-shirts of wisdom.

  4. BigBoyBC says:

    Yeah, I’m sure they’re all broken-up over being banned from the Bunny ranch…

  5. MikeN says:

    Used to be, you could be thrown out for cheating on your wife, but now it is because he complains about the race of the men his mistress brings to his games.

    Sterling is a liberal who sees black people as his property who he takes care of.

  6. Ya Ya Yo-Yo says:

    Talk about getting “trimmed”!

    Somehow, having a “professional” sports team named the “clippers” seems very appropriate to be owned by a group of (legal) prostitutes and a pimp! And the fact that this team already “screws” their patrons out of hard earned money just to watch is more icing on the cake.

    Of course, I too don’t follow basketball. Although you might be able to see why this racist owner has such a low opinion of his players when all these guys do is what a bunch of trained sea lions might do if they had arms and legs. The term “over paid” doesn’t even begin to approach the levels of Congress when you look at who’s playing in the NBA — or Vegas! As they say, “it’s great work — if you can get it.”

    And if you say that makes me a racist, you’re very much mistaken. Trained sea lions could play this game if they had human appendages. I simply bash this “profession” since it offers no real benefit or contribution to society other than to raise some rather hubris pride once in a while (from a subset of humans who would prefer to riot in the streets when their chosen group of performers either win or lose).

  7. McCullough says:

    We should Nationalize sports and limit the amount these people make, I mean its just not fair that they should make so much money for such a stupid pursuit.

    The high salaries just serve to drive ticket prices up so only RICH people get the good seats, the rest of us can only afford the nosebleed seats.

    And while were at it, there seems to be a disproportionate amount of tall black men involved. Where’s the diversity?


    • jpfitz says:

      Serenity NOW! Us regular folk want to sit courtside. Ahh who am I kidding I hate basketball.

  8. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist and junior culture critic says:

    What do the following have in common?

    1. Sports
    2. Religion
    3. Money
    4. Sex
    5. Politics

    Oh….. what the heck, lets add another one and ask further which one is different than the others?

    6. Read a book.

    Silly Hoomans.

    • Michael says:

      Business is business idiot.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist and junior culture critic says:

        Thats a good call.

        Sure you didn’t mean: “bidness”? Perhaps, too ethnic?

  9. Peppeddu says:

    Obviously a publicity stunt.

    With guys like Sterling (I mean, money and lifestyle) girls are usually lining up to “spend time” with him.
    He probably doesn’t even know what the Bunny Ranch is.


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