Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Party Rooster, May 24, 2012.
I wonder what Jersey boy Fletcher thinks about this*?
Good. Drunks ruin comedy shows all the time. They ruin good times everywhere with their fucking obnoxious yelling and rude behavior. You can't act like an adult you should get banned.
I don't get the "Jersey" reference by OP.
This isn't new. I worked security at a night club four years ago, and we were using this technology then... and we're in the fucking boondocks out here.
The only people we permanently banned were those who attacked employees or tried to sneak weapons into the club.
So the scanners didnt get her banned, she was banned for something else and the scanner remembered she got kicked out for something else previously?
I hate it when stupid drunk bitches show up to the comedy club. One of the guys I work with used to bounce at The Funny Bone in Omaha. Every week he had to toss some drunken loud mouth broad for heckling or refusing to shut up. When I saw Jim Jefferies some stupid hole had no idea that "cunt" was one of his favorite words and got loud and indignant about it.
Ban them all!!
I would comment but Im late for my tanning sesh. Then its out to get hammered with my boys and hopefully get some skank home and naked. Because those are the only things that happen in New Jersey.
To a point, yes. I hate people that act like assholes at clubs and they
deserve to be banned. What I question is this:
So if some dumbass in the group fucked up then I gotta get banned?
That's pretty fucked up. I've been plenty of places and we went as a
group where I didn't know everyone. And a criminal background? That's
a tag vague. Tons of people have done things and paid their dues.
Sounds like this policy needs a bit of tweeking.
You even suck at being a Jersey boy. First you go to the gym, have a protein bar on the way to the tanning beds, then to the laundry, and then you go home and hang out in your wife beater until its clubbin time.
Posing Jersey Shore animated gifs is usually Kirk's response to attempt to make fun of or to disregard a post when Fletcher(he's from Jersey) buries him logically or bashes him.
Hmmm.... how does basement dweller know so much about Jersey? Methinks that he lives in Jersey and that he's a filthy liar.
The club is private property. They don't need a whole lot of reason to deny you access. At the very minimum it shows you have bad judgement in who you consider friends. Go find some dive bar that doesn't have a velvet rope at the door toots.
Jersey is like a really bad car wreck and I can't help but look and see how extreme liberalism destroys a state and turns it into a nanny/police state.
But on many occasions a group of people get together that
have never met. To hold the whole group accountable for
one dumbass seems a tad extreme.
Wait til this starts to hurt their profit margin. Things will change.
Criminal background checks on people just wanting to get a beer is fucking disturbing.
That's what I was going to say... most clubs wont abuse this, because no one wants to go to a club that bans you for the slightest reason. We had one week and one month bans, for people who fought or were just assholes... but for the most part we would just cut someone off or kick them out for the night. I can only think of two people I banned permanently... one punched the owner of the club in the face (then tried to fight the entire security staff), and the other tried sneaking a metal pipe into the club in his sock (moron stood in line and watched us wand people for at least five minutes), then started fighting us when we wouldn't let him in.
That said, these ID scanners are pretty fucking useful, because you can't remember everyone who was a problem.
Have fun Bro-ing Down!
Hell yeah, I did some bouncing when I was younger.
On a busy night it's hard to remember every asshat.
But to ban everyone in a group because one was a
shit head. Bad for business.
Wait, that sounds gay.
Before WWII started?
It's hard for me to blame the bars, because they are always the first name on the list of defendants for every bullshit lawsuit. Make THAT shit illegal and I'd have more of a problem with this.
Yeah, There is a club in Pittsburgh that is pretty popular and almost every weekend there is some sort of fight. A few years ago there was a shooting, guess who was named on the lawsuit that accompanied the charges?
Seeing that it's private property and it's optional I really don't have a problem with it. However if this were to some how become a government required program via the insurance companies wanting a law passed to help keep their liability to a minimum....yikes. The abuse could be epic.
I'm thinking he left out one more discrimination "category." I think that's what this is all about, keeping out certain undesirables.