Bunny Ranch worker wants to be on redesigned $10 bill
CARSON CITY, Nev., — With the Treasury Department announcing that a woman will be pictured on the redesigned $10 bill, America’s most famous legal hooker is stating her case for consideration.
Air Force Amy, the living legend of legal prostitution, currently advertises her wares at Dennis Hof’s Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a brothel located near Carson City, Nevada. It’s the subject of HBO’s hit series “Cat House”, and Amy has been its breakout star.
“The Treasury Department has said that they want the honoree to be a symbol of democracy and women’s equality,” said Air Force Amy, named for her time of military service. “In the Air Force I served this country and fought for her freedom, and as a courtesan, I have elevated women’s power within the business to the level of six figure incomes and the ability to control their own destinies.”
The $10 bill currently pictures Alexander Hamilton, the first U.S. Treasury secretary who was killed in an 1804 duel with vice president Aaron Burr. The woman chosen for the redesigned bill may actually be featured alongside Burr, and Air Force Amy believes that fact bolsters her case. “I’ve dueled with many of the girls at the Bunny Ranch. They’re gone, and I’m still here. If Alexander Hamilton had me with him back in 1804, it would’ve been Burr who didn’t survive.”
While the Treasury Department makes the final decision, they are seeking input from the public through a website and social media. Air Force Amy knows she has public sentiment on her side, but the legal requirement for the honoree to be deceased might stop her ambition short. Amy has a retort for that too. “This bill isn’t getting minted until 2020, and I may not make it that long. Go ahead and plan for me, and if I’m still around we’ll give it to a secondary choice who’s not.”