View Full Version : She's Drunk Because........

Jim Warfield
12-01-2006, 09:58 PM
She got fired today! Perfect excuse to rip a display from my bathroom wall!
I really, really wanted to ask her and her friends "Did you get fired because of your drinking problem?"
..but of course I did not say this.
An encouraging thing was when her friends wanted to have her kicked out of the tour for what she did...ok? It's 19.5 degrees outside, she has no coat, the tour is not even half over and she needs a a keeper.....???
She behaved herself for the rest of the tour and everyone had a fun time and were so impressed that they kept saying that they had to come back next October!!! ?
Did they think it is October right now?
Where's my breath-alyzer? How many were drinking before they got here tonight?
Overall it was a fun time, fun reactions and threats to pee their pants were very prevalent, so spending all that time today moving the 5 inches of snow we received last night from my walks and walk ways was worth it.

12-05-2006, 10:41 AM
I can't beleive my luck this past year - not a single yob or drunk darkened my door. However everyone else in my area seems to have been hit awefully hard this past year by violence and unruly behaviour. Heard nothing but horror stories of drunken yobs and damage.

We had problems in previous years but we were quite mean - no mercy and zero tolerance.

Our numbers were up so much we didn't miss the idiots. I am very happy for them to go somewhere else. I know of one operator who had the police there almost every other night and received a 16,000 bill. That I don't need!!

19 degrees isn't that bad in celsius ;-) Next time you could have an empty cell or coffin and just stick them there.

Jim Warfield
12-05-2006, 11:28 AM
That bill from the Police has me wondering?
What was it for? Private security forces would be alot cheaper, wouldn't it?
They might bring over their turreted armoured half-track and stun guns and helicopter for that much money?
It would be alot cheaper to alow the bums to bust the place and replace all the props, wouldn't it?

Greg Chrise
12-05-2006, 01:49 PM
That's right folks, a new theme every year! November 3rd is Flame thrower night! $200 in advance per customer.

No storage expenses!

Inn Reaper
12-07-2006, 07:43 PM
I hire police for Friday and Saturday. Off duty can work on the side in uniform and police cruiser. Cost me around $400 a weekend. I will have to say with them I get the following.

Less Prop damage.
Imediate escort with group if intoxicated.
Less people raising hell for standing in line for 2 hours.
Less people drinking and coming drunk.
Less worry about someone robbing the ticket booth.
Instant street closure permit.
Less people trying to say they were hurt or touched just to get there money back.

Jim Warfield
12-07-2006, 09:17 PM
I tried a Police Auxillery club, they got a hefty $ donation from me to be here a few nights, they had uniforms, sort of, watched a drunk climb up the outside of my high two-story house on the downspout and never did a thing, never even got up out of their folding chairs!
Then it was raining, cold, midnight, they thought they were done , then the last group came out of my house which then saw the next group come running down the street from the bar (they had been watching out of the bar's back window)
"What a bunch of stupid idiots!" the rent-a-cops said loudly, referring to my customers braving the late hour and the miserable weather to be here to indirectly give their club the money for their service this night.
No more of them.
We have many getting advance reservations now and this cuts down the long parking lot wait and the degree of drunkeness.
There is always usually more than one solution to any problem.