2-Jul-2013 (Tue) Wherein it can now be last call whenever you want.

As you know, it's very important to the State of California that there be four hours per day during which no drinking occurs. Those 240 minutes between 2AM and 6AM are sacrosanct.

To help them out with this important initiative, we have a little video we play every night. Devon put this together some time between 2006 and 2008, and finally we've uploaded it to Youtube -- so now it can be last call for you whenever the need arises.

I think you'll like the soundtrack.

Speaking of drinking, as we often do, stop by DNA Pizza tonight between 6pm and 9pm for our monthly Tap Turnover happy hour event, this time featuring beer tasting flights from Hangar 24.

And finally, great news for perverts: we're welcoming the world famous Hubba Hubba Revue back to to DNA Lounge, their ancestral home! Hubba will now be every second Friday, right after Mortified. This time around, we're doing it as a mostly-seated event. We're going to put some tables right up front by the stage, and stools along the balcony, in addition to the table-service booths, thus the four price points.

9 Responses:

  1. I never stopped believing...

  2. Charles Stephens says:

    Hey, what a great time to use the new and improved version of youtubedown.

  3. Erbo says:

    It's amazing how the slower tempo can make that song sound like the Doomy Dooms of Doom.

    A couple of those visuals looked like they were inspired by The Andromeda Strain.

  4. Leolo says:

    What it's this, no Mr. Lahey? I am disapoint.

  5. Phos.... says:

    If I were at the Lounge I'd be laughing too hard at this to finish my last maximum legally allowed number of drinks on the bar before piling into my two ton death machine for the quick pinball ride home.

  6. Anont Race says:

    Thanks so much for putting up the streams especially Death Guild. You are by far the coolest club on the planet. I moved out of the area and it's great to be able to hear the music. Hopefully I'll get back soon but at least there's something for now.

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