By Rob the Bouncer
In Clublife, Rob takes readers on a harrowing travel of the seedy, harmful, and sometimes deranged international of recent York's most popular nightclubs. within the culture of Kitchen personal and The smooth Bar, Clublife is a striking memoir of the nightclub company and the way medications, alcohol, troublemakers, and violence conspire opposed to the boys golf equipment enlist to maintain all of it below keep an eye on. Brutally sincere and full of awesome stories just a real insider may perhaps inform, Clublife supplies readers an all-access cross into the seamy way of life of recent York nightclub defense.
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The contrast, however, seemed to suit him. Me: Damn, man, this place is fucking amazing. Migs: Yeah, it is. Christian and his partners spent a fortune on the redesign. They probably blew a million on the lights alone. We get a good crowd in here. Me: Christian? Migs: Christian Gold. Serious fucking guy, man. He used to be the biggest promoter in the city, and then he started investing in clubs. Guy fucking knows everyone. This place is his baby, and he treats it like that. Operates as the general manager most nights.
Middle bar! Middle bar! Middle bar! ” Johnny took off, running toward the center of the room. I followed, staying on his heels as he roughly shoved dozens of customers aside. My plan was to loiter, at least for this ﬁrst one. I wanted to stand aside—making it look like I was getting involved, of course—and let someone else take care of the problem while I studied the situation and ﬁgured out which bouncers were the ones the others on the staff would defer to. I’d linger around the edges, along the fringe, and get a feel for how things worked.
So? You’re wet. ” “That guy pissed on me! He unzipped his fuckin’ pants and pissed on my leg. That’s why I hit him. ” “How the fuck would I know? I’m standin’ there talkin’ to my girlfriend, and the next thing I know, my leg’s wet, and he’s standin’ there pissin’ on me. ” Migs asked, looking to verify the story with a bouncer before making a decision. “Yo, nobody had to see it. I’m here with my girl, man. I ain’t gonna ﬁght with nobody. That motherfucker pissed on me. ” Migs considered this. “You know what?
Clublife: Thugs, Drugs, and Chaos at New York City's Premier Nightclubs by Rob the Bouncer