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This club SUCKS! I ended up going to the dive next door Big Guns! First of all, I had to explain my outfit to the stupid ass bouncers who said what I had on was not appropriate. (Deisel brand sneakers, Takeshy Italian jeans, an Armani jacket and a Ralph Lauren pull over, yeah over 400 dollars of apparel.) After my explanation and entering the club, I see everybody in outdated pleated Roundtree & York pants and antebellum Claiborne dress shirts with loafers that had rubber soles!! And that's just the start. I get there and everybody is standing on the floor NOT dancing, and the music was 90s rap remixed. I came there to dance, so I did. When I wanted a drink the dizzy, dyed blonds recognizes everybody but me! (and my friend and I were the only off-colored people there, so noticing us is like noticing a black furred rabbit in snow). I highly defend them for not recognizing me because of my skin tone, just poor service. After we get the drinks, which were decent, a fight breaks out and they let a guy who was blacked out back in the club! After that, I just left to BIG GUNS next door, and ENJOYED the rest of my night there.
I wouldn't go there ever again, even if I purchased JCPenny's brand pants.
I really don't like the tag line. How does not supporting them does not, not support
the company. Sounds fishy, or poultry-y. I believe the hype on social networking sites (which I oppose) DOES help with the boycott. I mean word of mouth is the best advertising isn't it? Besides I stopped supporting in 2003 because I'm against organized religions. So add those chicken sandwiches up and see if THAT didn't make a difference, along with hundreds (or even thousands) of others who share the same beliefs. Just saying boycotting doesn't change anything is just plain stupid
To me, Jack Hunter's comments/advice/statements seem incredibly like hearsay. His intelligence appears to spawn from what he has heard from others and has no factual knowledge to it. For all we know, his political views are adopted at the dinner table.
'[...]Obama has simply transferred the massive U.S. presence from Iraq to Afghanistan.' That allows Obama supporters to dwell in hypocrisy? The day before 9/11 happened, the Bush administration agreed on a plan to oust the Taliban regime in Afghanistan by force if the Taliban regime refused to hand over Osama bin Laden. This wasn't the first time America has tried to weed out bin Laden for terrorism. The Clinton administration used the CIA and SAD (Special Activities Division) to apprehend bin Laden and bring him to the States to stand trial for the embassy bombings in Africa in 1998. I never supported the war in Iraq, simply because I thought that the war should have been directed in Afghanistan because of Afghanistan is the alleged land of the Taliban and bin Laden. Barrack Obama is just finishing off where Bush left off on the war on terrorism. The war in Afghanistan should continue until we apprehend the guilty party of the 9/11 attacks and other inhumane crimes in which the Taliban is responsible for. You say hypocrisy, I say patriotism.
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