"Also, ..are not allowed to get drunk, or use any substances (drugs).. to dull the pain they may experience."
Um, if this rule persists for FAERIEWORLDS, then the hippies will know he's a fake!
Oh, also the "combo deals" usually don't save you any money. They are the same price as buying the drink and popcorn or other food separately. People don't do the math and take the theater's word for it so no one notices it.
**"There have been no decisions one way or the other about Club 21," he says. "This is merely an exercise to figure out how to get the highest use of the property."**
Uh, yeah, so this sounds like how developers say, "We're getting our ducks in a row."
If I had to go to this I would have been totally uncomfortable too so I get the drift of this piece. On the other hand, I'm a little bit bummed that he didn't stay for the potluck after party, even for five minutes. Wouldn't it have been great to hear about all the buckwheat gluten-free raw vegan brownies and other such delicacies that would turn our tongues in knots?
If Marjorie needs to borrow my vibrams, they are available! (I bought them for water shoes, but I hardly use them). They fit women size 10 feet. Bonus: it will make the weekend a little bit worse because they will be USED toe shoes.
I've actually disagreed with Andrea Damewood's reviews quite a bit. For example, I love Life of Pie and I was underwhelmed by The American Local (although I agree that the service there was great). However, Damewood's review structure is smart and her asides are witty so I enjoy reading her reviews.
Didn't another reviewer at the Merc give a raving review of Life of Pie a few months ago?
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