So, last night, two of my step sisters and their cousin were in town, and we headed out downtown. Funny thing, at the Red Carpet, they had Johnny Holm in the band room, but it was like a night where it was a benefit concert and the cover was 10$. Earlier in the evening, we were at DB Searles, and there was a 3$ cover. When we paid at DB’s, we got bright green wristbands. At the Carpet, the wristbands were white and orange. The thing is, people working the door didn’t seem to know the colors. All they cared was “Do you have a wristband?”. If you did, boom – you were in, no questions asked. I was in there for a while, and kind of felt bad, so I wanted to just go to one of the ladies working the benefit and just give her 20$ for the charity or whatever, so I went to the ATM, and what do you know – it was out of order.
I guess the thing is, which baffles me, is that the people working the door, just had to add one qualifier to their question, and the benefit would have probably made more money. “Hey – do you have a orange wristband?” :)