Mandates leave one Alaskan confused over lap-dance rule


Gov. Mike Dunleavy has been hosting live press conferences at 5 pm Monday through Friday to update Alaskans on the progress his administration is making in vanquishing the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Questions from the reporters are about rules and mandates, testing, and local issues.

But the public can also watch these press conferences, which often go for about an hour and feature Dr. Anne Zink, Chief Medical Officer, and Commissioner Adam Crum of the Department of Health and Social Services.

During Friday’s edition of the “daily presser,” one public viewer on the video feed gave a whole new meaning to the phrase “presser” in his comments, captured during Dunleavy’s remarks: If he can get that close to a hairdresser, why not an exotic dancer at the Alaska Bush Company?

(This will certainly be a topic at the Monday morning planning meeting, we presume. As the state government gets its fingers into the running of businesses during the pandemic, this rule making process should be interesting to watch.)


  1. So there is a public video feed where we can talk about hairdressers titties, bit when I ask about the discrepancy between CDC guidelines and how our state incorrectly reports covid deaths I get no response? Really?

    • He doesn’t answer questions from that feed. It is just ongoing commentary from the public. -sd

    • …..during the HIV scare in the late 80’s and throughout the 90’s it was all about safe sex and condoms. ….with COVID it’s all about distancing and masks. So, idiot pervs, wear your gloves and practice holding your breath for three minutes.

  2. Suzanne, I couldn’t get on your site for almost 12 hours! It was frustrating and I fell into a deep funk which was only relieved by self medication. Some kind of technical problem with MRAK?
    Happy that I can now, I’ll bet you never guessed that you would have so many manic people dependent upon you.
    Keep up the good work!
    Oh , and that hooter hunter guy needs to stop looking at women as objects on demand. I’ll bet he is incapable of any meaningful relationship. Just sayin…
    However the libertarian in me agrees with his point of view.

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