I had heard about the Texan police arresting drunken people in bars. However, isn't a bar (or any other place of business) considered private property?
I don't think ownership matters if the public can come and go. The legal distinction is probably more complex than that, but I'm fairly sure it's along those lines. <lj user="jwz"> can surely shed more light if he's of a mind to.
i was fully expecting the texan reference to be a picture of travis in the burlesque show.
You know, I actually expected some reference to me as well. One perhaps wearing a cowboy hat or something. Even though the joke woul dlikely have been at my expense, I'm a little disappointed, too.
oooh! can we go take silly cowboy hat pictures when i am there?
I have both camera and cowboy hats. And lots and lots of boozemahol ;)
hmmm! sounds like a group project in the works. maybe guerrilla western bar?
I'll see his camera and hat, and raise him boots and an on-demand, better-with-alcohol accent!
Wait, what is this accent of which you speak? If you're going out to you-know-where tonight, I shall ply you with drinks until I hear it!
tuesday night 10ish?why is there no bar (that i know of) in SF with an electric bull?
this keeps getting better and better!
Hmm, the clown-snog thing sounds like a great way to pass cooties around.