20-Feb-2009 (Fri) Wherein we return to our irregularly programmed schedule.

For those of you just tuning in because of the recent drama, I should let you know that this here blog is usually about less significant things than our catastrophic legal battles. Mostly I write about the daily goings-on here at the club. This is one of those trivial entries.

So. In less controversial news, we got a new front door camera, since the old one died. The new one is kinda weird, because it's both color and infrared. Most other infrared imagery I've seen has been monochrome. These images look pretty freaky because the street comes out in normal color, but the people come out with that ghostly infrared look.

Jared, the mad mastermind behind our absinthe bar, was beaming the other day because now he has five different flavors of bitters. That's just how he rolls. The other day he was making some crazy drink involving beets and fresh ginger. Beets! But when one of my friends tried to get one, he had already run out of beets. "And to that you replied...?" I asked. I was met with a stare. "What you should have said was, bring that beet back!"

Thank you. I'm here all week.

Incidentally, we're still looking for a talent buyer / in-house booker. We really want to find someone who is currently working as the talent buyer for some other venue (not necessarily in San Francisco, if they want to move). If you know anyone, please send them our way!

7 Responses:

  1. baconmonkey says:

    we need to figure out some way to overlay the front door cam with a static pic of the sidewalk to add to the ghostly look of everyone.

  2. colubra says:

    bring that beet back!

    Clearly, the answer here was in an X lyric off 'More Fun in the New World'.
    Woodie Guthrie sang about B-E-E-T-S, not B-E-A-T-S...

  3. All Fee's? Where's the Regan's and Bitter Truth?

  4. perligata says:

    No one believes me, but that beet and ginger concoction was DELICIOUS.

  5. pmb7777 says:

    That front door camera always has the strangest video tearing artifacts. Just the length of the cable, or does it run by some interesting electromechanical interference-causing device?

    • jwz says:

      There are some janky connections in there somewhere. I've never cared enough to try and find the problem.

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