by NineInchNachos on 5/13/2011 @ 9:22am
|they're vampires!! Run!!!!|
by cisserosmiley on 5/13/2011 @ 11:17am
|is this a book CLUB?|
by L.S.Erhardt on 5/13/2011 @ 1:06pm
|Book club... Hm, now that would be interesting.|
by Hans_Meier on 9/2/2011 @ 10:56am
|I know the perfect place for the club Ex Cathedra....wanna' chip and help open it?|
by L.S.Erhardt on 9/2/2011 @ 12:53pm
|Oh hell yeah! Tell me more...|
by Hans_Meier on 9/2/2011 @ 11:46pm
|6th Ave. Baptist, nice Sandstone church, kitty corner from Gateway to India.....|
by L.S.Erhardt on 9/3/2011 @ 6:53pm
|That place has come up as a potential for Ex Cathedra many times. The building and location are all ideal.
Only issue I have is getting enough $$$ together. I don't have a few hundred grand lying around, nor does anyone I know.
However if you do, know someone who does or have an idea of how to obtain said funds I am ALL ears.
by The Jinxmedic on 9/4/2011 @ 9:20am
|Sigh. It was supposed to be a church...
by Hans_Meier on 9/4/2011 @ 10:50am
|it probably wouldn't fly anyway...right now woudl be a HORRIBLE time to open a nightclub or restaurant...their used to be one such place in Seattle years ago...called...um...some sort of churchy type name....went there once...very crowded, but then, we weren't on the brink of a depression.|
by L.S.Erhardt on 9/5/2011 @ 12:57pm
|Considering the economy is spiraling downward, people need an escape. If the financing was well-controlled and the clientèle showed up regularly, it could work.|
by Hans_Meier on 9/5/2011 @ 11:50pm
|it's a toss up, bars make money during a recession...granted, bars make money when the economy is good. This wouldn't be just a bar though. Clubs are a bit diffrent. They have cover charges, where as most bars don't. Their overhead is higher because of bands, DJ's, more staff...if people want to drink and forget about the economy, they're going to go to a bar, not a club...at least that is my take on it, I could be completely wrong of course.|