13-Jul-2008 (Sun) Wherein the clock ticks.
Today is the seventh anniversary of our re-opening of DNA Lounge in 2001. So happy anniversary to us. And hooray for DNA Lounge: it's not just a job, it's also the longest and most dysfunctional relationship I've ever had.
Is the new permit here yet? No. How about now? No. How about now? No. How about now? Still no.
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Congrats on lasting this long - the couple times I've been to your club have been fabulous. I'd be there more, except that whole Chicago to San Francisco commute's a bitch.
So, does this mean it's time for the seven-year-itch?
As your attorney in this matter, I advise that you describe the font of the chain printer that the ABC uses so that you can authenticate originals.
Congratulations. You have made San Francisco a better place to be.
You know, around my parts, nightclubs don't last as long as DNA Lounge has. The only really popular club around here lasted 3 years before it closed (though it was bought and re-opened twice under the same name).
Nightclubs generally change ownerships every few years around here too, with a few notable exceptions. DNA Lounge is one of the rare ones where none of the intervening owners have chosen to rename it when they took over.
Wow, nice stats. I never noticed that ledger.html before - neat!