It posits that
Hotness of waitress = inversely proportional to hotness of the economy
Interesting. It sort of assumes that the industries that hot women work in (modelling, acting, promotions) reflect the general economic climate, such that jobs in those industries fall during a downturn, making it necessary for those women to work elsewhere, in hospitality.
Is that the case?
More pertinently, though, how on earth do you measure hotness?
And does this only apply to waitresses?
What about hot waiters?