Yes, even the "D.C. Madam" has better management sense than the Bush administration (make your own joke here; I ain't touching that one). From ABC's The Blotter:
Even call girls get performance reviews, at least the ones who worked for Jeane Palfrey's Washington, D.C., escort service.
"Without being overtly vulgar, a pair of tits and an ass, without accompanying brains, sophistication, LOOKS and carriage, just won't cut it in this business or at least, not with this particular agency!!" wrote Palfrey in a monthly newsletter sent to the women who worked for her.
Calling herself "Miz Julia" or "the management," she regularly offered criticism, beauty advice and warnings about undercover police during the 13 years her business, Pamela Martin and Associates, was in operation.
In a January 1994 newsletter, she wrote, 'Congress is back in session. This always helps to boost business.'
In another edition, she complained, 'That damn Monday night football . . . ruines [sic] business every single Monday night!
(Hat tip to Howard Kurtz.)