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November 23, 2004



The downstairs bar needs some fixing. I tried to order an Irish coffee and a glass of wine there a couple weeks ago. The bartender said, "I don't have coffee and I don't have wine". Other than that it was a lot of fun. Not much different than any other busy dance club.


What about a kids night once a month?? If it were well advertised, as fun and dancing, no alcohol, I'll bet it would be a great success.


Didn't Fanny and Alexander try that last summer. I wonder how it went? Was it successful? Did the kids have fun? Were there any problems?

It would be fabulous if some of our establishments would step up to the plate and help our teenagers have somewhere to go where they would be safe, have fun and just be great teenagers! None of those things being an oxymoron!


Talking about Fanny and Alexander, in yesterday's paper there was a piece in the Daily Journal police section that there was a woman beaten until she lost consciousness by six/seven women last Friday. After visiting the Hospital for dizziness, pain and blurred vision, she refused to press charges after the hospital informed the police.

This is fascinating - you end up in hospital after being beaten up by a bunch of crazed women and you don't want to press charges. Hmmmm!

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