I used to work the vip line at a club in l.a. and I used to tax the hell outa them kids. it was 18 and over. age I was strict on but dress code I made money on. ass tax? I guess if you give ol' boy a tape measure it would be done.You, sir, are an entrepreneur. Do you think that Montreal club should have charged an ass-tax, then?
What would happen if we required Dimmers to submit pics for other members to decide on (based on weight or physical characteristics) for posting or read privileges?Not only do they exclude them but they revoked membership of 5000 who had gained weight over the holiday season. They were told they could resubmit pics for the other members to decide if they were worthy.
Personally, I'm usually with Groucho when it comes to clubs.
So never mind that it's discriminatory and exclusionary of people who he doesn't feel fit within his narrow view of "beauty." You don't have a problem with that at all.I can't really force myself to have a problem with what beautifulpeople.com does. The owner of that site has a clear idea of what a beautiful person is in his opinion, and he has gathered a userbase that feels the same way as he does.
He put up the time, money, and effort to create what he wanted...I can't hold it against the guy if he does exactly what he said he set out to do!
The answer is SI. I will be your ethnic wingman.I'm gonna call it "Club Sandwich"
We have so many bouncers here. They can alternate around.
I get to be the pimping club owner, and Paquito can be my ethnic wingman. Melian gets to be the cynical chick behind the bar.
No, not even a little bit. Seriously. If he thinks fat is not beautiful then I don't blame him for not allowing fat people on his website. It really is as simple that.So never mind that it's discriminatory and exclusionary of people who he doesn't feel fit within his narrow view of "beauty." You don't have a problem with that at all.