Air Force Amy, the bunny ranch prostitute and star of HBO’s Carthouse is trying to become the first woman
to appear on the $10 bill.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew recently announced that a woman will feature on the note in 2020, which is the 10th anniversary of the Constitution’s 19th Amendment, which is the one giving women the right to vote.
Air Force Amy, who did actually serve in the military, is making a public bid to become the woman of choice.
The Treasury Department has said that they want the honoree to be a symbol of democracy and women’s equality.
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.
I’ve already been rubbed on more than any other candidate!
Any of my clients that have felt my touch will remember it when they stroke my currency.
There is a slight problem to her plan, though… She will have to die before then.
The government rules that an person that appears on currency must be dead.
Not to worry, she’s thought about that:
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.
Despite her noble attempts, I can’t really see it being given to her. It’s probably just as likely as Katie Price ending up on the British £10 note.