LAST EDITED ON 02-May-01 AT 10:18 PM (PDT)
>I certainly respect anyone's right to
>present alternative points of view.
No, I doubt it.
>But it's difficult to understand
>how anyone who is a
>PL could have a sympathetic
>point of view to the
Well, I guess you find it confusing because I've already posted that I'm not a "PL" and I never posted or remotely implied that I was "sympathetic" to the parking meters.
The constant feeding
>of them is anathema to
>a pleasant and leisurely experience.
You finally got one right, but please don't take that as encouragement, because it's an obvious conclusion.
>What I can't understand is
>why people who are associated
>with MSC can't admit it,
>and who have to pretend
>they are just good old
>PLs like the rest of
>us, only they can see
>both sides of the issue.
You can't understand because you've been far too busy substituting your imagination for fact. A practice the real world will naturally prevent you from doing. Hence your conflict, your confusion. But this is the internet, and here you can stretch out and enjoy the luxury of not having to give any reason or support for your remarks. Feels good, doesn't it?
>Judging by the all the lengthy
>posts , MSC's shills are
>desperate to portray all those
>who disagree with the new
>parking meters as the ravings
>of some annoying, disgruntled regulars.
Well, it looks like they were too lengthy, because you apparently didn't bother to take the time and read them. My bad. In any event, none of my posts were about anyone's approval or disapproval of parking meters. My comments dealt specifically with the strip club industry as a whole, noting that MSC is just a link shaking in a much larger chain. Of course, your brilliant, forensic analysis of that last sentence will be "MSC shill! Parking meter advocate!" By the way, did you take the Evelyn Wood speed reading class and flunk?
>MSC doesn't need regulars, they
>claim, any customers will do.
Finally, something I actually did say. Still stand by it. I've spent a lot of time in clubs and have seen regulars come and go.
>MSC can do what they
>want they say, because they
>are a monopoly and we
>better shut up and stop
>bitching about the parking meters
>or start our own club.
Well, I never said they were a monopoly, and I don't know where you read that "we better shut up and stop bitching about the parking meters or start our own club." Or are you gracing us once again with your insightful, well-honed analytical skills.
>MSC is alive and well and
>future expansion is planned the
Planned future expansion? Really? Where? Let's go!
But if business
>is so good and these
>posts are from only a
>disturbed few, why bother to
>take the time to respond
>to these lunatic ramblings?
Despite your needless, negative characterizations, I'll answer this. Because a number of customers be inherently delusional about the strip club business and what it’s real purpose is. If not delusional, forgetfull. And before you get your motor going, that doesn't mean I think I'm right all of the time, or even in this instance regarding MSC's business. In fact, judging from the comments I've read in this thread about the gulf that exists between MBOT’s policy and the MSC, then I agree MSC will undoubtably fail if they attempt to continue the current practice. The only water they walk on came from the toilet that backed-up downstairs.
But, at least I'll take the time to post my reasons, Mr. caligula. If someone asks a question, I'll answer it. I appreciate someone who at least bothers to understand my general concept and notes how misaligned they are with MBOT, the undisputed King of SF strip clubs.
On the other hand, you post nothing but your own contrivance, coming from someplace where no man has gone before. Thanks for sharing.
>not just ignore them like
>the many homeless who beg
>for money in front of
No, I think they
>know that the parking meters
>aren't working but they're trying
>to convince everyone that despite
>what the PLs think or
>say the meters are good
>for the PLs.
Gee, I hate to sound like a broken record, but once again, where did you read this?
>anyone not enjoy being interrupted
>every five minutes? Shut up
>and go back to sleep.
>Keep up the posts, PLs and
>dancers, about the parking meters
>and keep these shills on
>their toes. When you stop
>seeing responses to the posts
>that's when you know the
>meters are really working.
Sure. Thanks again for the obvious evangelism.