Judge: Bars are allowed to throw out Trump supporters

Jul 2017
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#1
Because stupidity and alcohol is a dangerous mix. :lol:

https://nypost.com/2018/04/25/judge-bars-are-allowed-to-throw-out-trump-supporters/

Cheers, Trump haters.

A Manhattan judge ruled Wednesday that there’s nothing “outrageous” about throwing the president’s supporters out of bars — because the law doesn’t protect against political discrimination.
Philadelphia accountant Greg Piatek, 31, was bounced from a West Village watering hole in January 2017, just after Trump took the oath of office, for wearing a “Make America Great Again” cap, according to his lawsuit over the incident.
“Anyone who supports Trump — or believes in what you believe — is not welcome here! And you need to leave right now because we won’t serve you!” Piatek claims the staff of The Happiest Hour on West 10th Street told him after he and his pals complained about the rude service they were getting from a bartender.
So he sued in Manhattan Supreme Court, claiming the incident “offended his sense of being American.”
 
Dec 2015
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#4
This is really stupid. STUPID.

You silly, SILLY liberals will not be happy until everyone in America thinks exactly the way you want them to think. Thank god this website doesn't do that!

Just to prove it, here is Kanye West wearing a MAGA hat!!!

He, he, he.

That said, next time Kim brings Kanye over to my house, I'm not going to let him in unless he is rid of the hat.
 
Mar 2015
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12,146
Istanbul NOT Constantinople...
#8
LOL! I checked out reviews for this place. Too funny!

This place has such great potential, but the bartenders are just so terrible, it's hard to justify coming back. The location is great, but if you're going to call a place "The Happiest Hour", maybe you could have bartenders that are, I dunno, Happy?

I brought a large crew in to celebrate two bday's on a Sunday afternoon (it wasn't very packed) and we were all ready to have fun and then we were just hit with the most un-interested bartenders ever. We get it, you're wearing "crazy" short sleeve shirts you probably got from Chubbies while sporting the perfect beards, but instead of being to proud of your perfectly crafted look, why don't you muster up a little personality and have some fun with your customers?

And bouncer guy, relax. It's Sunday afternoon. You don't need to peer at at everyone having fun with the same skepticism as the secret service, c'mon dude. And you turned another guest away because...get this...he was wearing a baseball cap? You serious? What is this place?

We cut our time their short and spent our money at several other bars that were...you know...happy. My advice? Get new bartenders, remind the overly zealous bouncer that happy guests spend more money and rethink the idea that you serve pre-mixed batches of old fashioned's and still be considered a legit bar (shame on you).
 
Mar 2015
25,775
12,146
Istanbul NOT Constantinople...
#9
I know. I remember once, in my relative youth, I was kicked out of a bar for repeatedly swearing expletives at the bartender, and now this!

What in the world is going on?
Yes, I would have thrown you out too. I would probably have punched you first and then said that YOU started it, but, you know, I used to be a bouncer and that's how bouncers roll.

A hat? That's pretty lame. These people must not like money very much.
 
Dec 2015
14,918
10,599
SoCal
#10
LOL! I checked out reviews for this place. Too funny!

This place has such great potential, but the bartenders are just so terrible, it's hard to justify coming back. The location is great, but if you're going to call a place "The Happiest Hour", maybe you could have bartenders that are, I dunno, Happy?

I brought a large crew in to celebrate two bday's on a Sunday afternoon (it wasn't very packed) and we were all ready to have fun and then we were just hit with the most un-interested bartenders ever. We get it, you're wearing "crazy" short sleeve shirts you probably got from Chubbies while sporting the perfect beards, but instead of being to proud of your perfectly crafted look, why don't you muster up a little personality and have some fun with your customers?

And bouncer guy, relax. It's Sunday afternoon. You don't need to peer at at everyone having fun with the same skepticism as the secret service, c'mon dude. And you turned another guest away because...get this...he was wearing a baseball cap? You serious? What is this place?

We cut our time their short and spent our money at several other bars that were...you know...happy. My advice? Get new bartenders, remind the overly zealous bouncer that happy guests spend more money and rethink the idea that you serve pre-mixed batches of old fashioned's and still be considered a legit bar (shame on you).
The reviewer didn't even bother stating whether he and his guests were wearing MAGA hats.

If I had to guess, I'd say the chances are fair-to-middling.