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(My San Antonio)   "Should the parties choose to string this case out to trial on the merits, the court encourages reasonable discovery to intercourse as they navigate the peaks and valleys of litigation, perhaps to a happy ending," Biery wrote   (mysanantonio.com) divider line 30
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2013-04-29 02:14:30 PM  
lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL
 
2013-04-29 02:39:46 PM  
The owners aren't going to get the legal support they need, and their once-buoyant assets are bound for a cruel but inevitable slump, presuming the whole thing doesn't go tits-up right now.
 
2013-04-29 02:54:04 PM  
That was a delightful read.
 
2013-04-29 03:16:03 PM  

namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL


Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.
 
2013-04-29 03:20:35 PM  
I want to meet the law clerk that wrote that and shake his/her hand.
 
2013-04-29 03:20:40 PM  
Well, at least there is a judge with a cheeky sense of humor!
 
2013-04-29 03:24:00 PM  
You can do that sort of thing when you're a Federal Judge with lifetime tenure. :)

As a mere minion in the great gearworks of government, if I start getting creatve, my superiors start getting all admonishey.
 
2013-04-29 03:26:39 PM  

MFAWG: namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL

Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.


I think you're thinking of a different Texas
 
2013-04-29 03:28:22 PM  

Roja Herring: MFAWG: namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL

Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.

I think you're thinking of a different Texas


Nope. Place has the most bizarre mishmash of liquor laws anywhere, including Pennsylvania.
 
2013-04-29 03:31:13 PM  
Ha! Boobs.
 
2013-04-29 03:34:25 PM  
That Article was seriously lacking in Pics.
 
2013-04-29 03:35:37 PM  
I hope you Texans will keep us abreast of this story.
 
2MS [TotalFark]
2013-04-29 03:47:16 PM  

MFAWG: Roja Herring: MFAWG: namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL

Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.

I think you're thinking of a different Texas

Nope. Place has the most bizarre mishmash of liquor laws anywhere, including Pennsylvania.

That's because liquor laws can be amended by counties, as well as cities, so it depends on your location what is legal.
 
2013-04-29 03:56:09 PM  
t.qkme.me
 
2013-04-29 04:01:53 PM  

2MS: MFAWG:
Nope. Place has the most bizarre mishmash of liquor laws anywhere, including Pennsylvania.
That's because liquor laws can be amended by counties, as well as cities, so it depends on your location what is legal.


This. For the most part Texas's liquor laws make sense. The big cities are comparable to most places I've lived. It's the dry and near-dry counties where it gets dumb.
 
2013-04-29 04:04:47 PM  
They better follow what the judge has said --otherwise they might be facing hard time.
 
2013-04-29 04:29:49 PM  

MFAWG: Roja Herring: MFAWG: namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL

Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.

I think you're thinking of a different Texas

Nope. Place has the most bizarre mishmash of liquor laws anywhere, including Pennsylvania.


I can attest to that from visiting Dallas/ft worth and running into weird stuff like having to buy membership in the bar or some other foolishness.
 
2013-04-29 04:33:19 PM  

Fano: MFAWG: Roja Herring: MFAWG: namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL

Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.

I think you're thinking of a different Texas

Nope. Place has the most bizarre mishmash of liquor laws anywhere, including Pennsylvania.

I can attest to that from visiting Dallas/ft worth and running into weird stuff like having to buy membership in the bar or some other foolishness.


People always biatch about PA laws but Dallas was way stranger. Best example I have is one 7-11 not being able to sell beer but the one caddy corner from it was able to.
 
2013-04-29 04:48:16 PM  

namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL


The idea is to discourage women from entering the business.  Dancers don't want their real names on display to customers.
 
2013-04-29 05:04:20 PM  
I read parties as panties.
 
2013-04-29 05:13:47 PM  

MFAWG: namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL

Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.


That sounds like a county-level law to me.  Or municipal.  Take it up with your dipshiat city elders or whatever your ass-backward township has going on.  In the rest of the state the only restrictions on liquor are the time-of-sale deadlines (9pm for liquor stores, 2am for bars).
 
2013-04-29 05:21:04 PM  
Wait...strippers that stay covered?  That...what?
 
2013-04-29 05:25:49 PM  
Elegant legal talk for get off my lawn.
 
2013-04-29 05:49:08 PM  

BAMFinator: That Article was seriously lacking in Pics.


Here you go:
abovethelaw.com

Judge Biery seems like a pretty cool guy.
 
2013-04-29 06:21:38 PM  
This isn't funny at all. Judges need to take the decisions they apply to other people's lives seriously. Arrogant shiat.
 
2013-04-29 07:20:03 PM  
Direct quote of a quote: "...their customers, seek an erection..."

That's golden right there.
 
2013-04-29 11:29:03 PM  
"contribute to reduced property values, violent crime, increased drug sales, "

Well if that is the reasoning for not allowing pasties, then they all apply to certain groups of people too.
Lets bad these guys from buying or renting houses in good neighborhoods.
 
2013-04-30 08:50:49 AM  

2MS: MFAWG: Roja Herring: MFAWG: namatad: lolwut?

why would you need background checks, IDS and greater regulation to run a nude strip club vs a slightly less nude strip club?
ROFL

Because Texas is a place where you can buy a bottle of booze in a bar and drink it, but you cannot buy a single 4 oz serving of that same liquor.

I think you're thinking of a different Texas

Nope. Place has the most bizarre mishmash of liquor laws anywhere, including Pennsylvania.
That's because liquor laws can be amended by counties, as well as cities, so it depends on your location what is legal.



I spent the night in a hotel in a Dallas suburb.  I decided a beer would be nice.  After driving around for about an hour searching for beer I knew something was off.  One guy in a convenience store looked at me like I was a lunatic when I asked if he sold beer.  Upon return to the hotel the desk clerk told me it was a DRY COUNTY.  No spirits sold whatsoever.
 
2013-04-30 08:51:54 AM  
Fano:

I can attest to that from visiting Dallas/ft worth and running into weird stuff like having to buy membership in the bar or some other foolishness.

Bar memberships are to get around indoor smoking laws; not liquor laws.
 
2013-04-30 10:25:37 AM  

Disposable Rob: Fano:

I can attest to that from visiting Dallas/ft worth and running into weird stuff like having to buy membership in the bar or some other foolishness.

Bar memberships are to get around indoor smoking laws; not liquor laws.


Thank you for the explanation; it's been a while and was concerned might have imagined it,i remembered being astonished and thinking that Texas should be 100percent lax in liquor laws like some Yosemite Sam wet dream.
 
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