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Old 10-19-2010, 02:35 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I think Kyle's just hanging out with to old of a crowd while he's trying to figure out his drinking strategy. Instead of possibly trading off bad nights with other people his own age while their all making the same kind of mistakes, sounds like he's hanging out with people that have been there and are over it.

Does being a bad drunk mean that you're getting loud and angry, or does saying and doing silly things also qualify? My friend's girlfriend always takes her top off (the bra stays on) after three or four drinks, it's a nice show for me, but I would find it very embarrasing if she was my girlfriend.
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Old 10-19-2010, 02:47 PM   #32 (permalink)
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I think Kyle's just hanging out with to old of a crowd while he's trying to figure out his drinking strategy. Instead of possibly trading off bad nights with other people his own age while their all making the same kind of mistakes, sounds like he's hanging out with people that have been there and are over it.
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Totally agree with you on this one, sir. very wise and to the point.
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Old 10-19-2010, 03:06 PM   #33 (permalink)
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When I was in college there was only one time that I was carried out of a club by the bouncer. It was total bullshit though.

I saw a girl dancing on the dance floor and I came up and asked her if she wanted to dance. She said, "okay." We started dancing and all of a sudden, BOOM, pain in the back of my head and I fell to the floor. I got up swinging and the bouncer, who everyone called bear cause he was as big as one, LIFTED me and started walking me out of the club. I started yelling, "get the fuck off of me, let me go, I'll fucking sue you!" He dropped me, but still escorted me out.

Apparently the girl's boyfriend coldcocked me in the back of the head. Somehow I got thrown out. Still can't figure that one out. Admittedly, I was pretty wasted at the time.
Sounds like a best case scenario after someone gets punched. Seriously, if you were a bouncer, would you let you stay? No, you'd haul that drunk guy out of there before the insecure guy who punched you gets any more in, plus you don't know if he had his buddies nearby.
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:33 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Wow i feel bad on some level for kyle it sounds like he has the brother love gene, really nice guy who when he drinks to much gets agressive and confrontational. Although i wonder should keith have brought that up, on the hand he did push chemda so i kinda understand that is way out of line.
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:38 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Not a big fan of getting drunk. I enjoy the buzz, so I don't try and go beyond that. I'm a pretty agreeable drunk though.

The hangover and memory loss is what makes it not enjoyable to me. The last time I got super drunk was last April at Bowery.
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:06 PM   #36 (permalink)
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I'm not a big drinker, but I seem to have a pretty high tolerance, so I figured that I would be fine when I went all "Leaving Las Vegas" at a New Years party about 12 years ago. It sort of turned into a much more boring version of the video "Smack My Bitch Up", where I was outside my body watching as I did all of this stupid, retarded, shit. But instead of fighting, going to raves, and using very high end production values, I ended up throwing drinks, yelling at some fat chicks that I understood them "because I need love too", vomiting in the yard of a shitty apartment, and then passing out. Luckily for me I remember it all, I found out that I do not black out. I've kept my shit in check after that, as my friends were not pleased.

And slightly off topic, but I have to mention that I laughed hysterically when Keith made the joke about just putting a rock in a bag and selling it to morons, because it took me back to my days working at Best Buy where customers used to fill television boxes with rocks to mimic the weight of a TV. Now, before you think the customer was the moron I was referring to, no, they always got their money back, as no one would check the boxes to see if the actual TV was inside it. This happened so often that they had to make it policy to open the boxes of any returned product to make sure that the item was actually in it. That was too bad, because there was nothing funnier than seeing someone try to explain why they gave a guy $500 for a box of rocks. But, to be fair, Best Buy was by far the dumbest place I've ever worked. Some of my other favorite memories:

- Their employee incentive programs. Now, you may be thinking these would be things that would give employees an incentive to work, well, you would be an idiot. The incentive programs consisted of 'Dog and Bone', a game where the best selling department got a life like dog plush toy, and the worst selling department would get a chew toy bone. Not to keep, mind you, they would be rotated each day... or until they mysteriously disappeared. In unrelated news, my dog loved her new dog toy and chew bone. The other was 'Lemon' where the worst selling employee in a given department had to carry around a Lemon until they made a sale, and it had to be visible. Nothing was better than seeing a customer go to ask you a question about a product, have them see the Lemon, and then watching the mix of confusion and awkwardness creep into their faces as they would invariably ask "Wh.. why are you holding a Lemon"? I would never give an actual reason, I just acted like I liked holding a Lemon.

- Monthly meetings. These were mandatory, and every Saturday before we opened. These were pretty standard meetings, as nothing ever got done. The best part was is they made it know they were MANDATORY, and bad, baaad, things would happen if you missed them. Well, one day I slept in and missed one and what happened is I got written up. I was then told if I got written up for the same infraction 3 times in one month, I would be fired. I asked him to clarify, because it sounded like he had told me I would be fired if I missed 2 more monthly meetings this month. He replied yes. I never went to another meeting, and was long gone by the time they changed the policy.

- Crazy customers. This lady was by far my favorite crackhead. She stuffed a radio box under her shirt, and tried to walk through the front door claiming she was pregnant, but I'm thinking the square-shaped fetus gave away her ruse... too bad Spongebob hadn't come out yet, maybe they would have bought it then. Anyway, as soon as they tried to detain her she promptly whipped out a taser and went after the security guards. The main guard had to divert his attention to her taser-hand, and when he did that she spun and bit him on the shoulder so hard that she drew blood. They ended up having to take her to the ground and basically sit on her writhing and screaming until the cops came, handcuffed her and tossed her in the back of their cruiser. I believe the security guard had to get rabies shots, but that could be an urban legend my brain added after the fact though.

Man, sometimes I miss that job...

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Sounds like a best case scenario after someone gets punched. Seriously, if you were a bouncer, would you let you stay? No, you'd haul that drunk guy out of there before the insecure guy who punched you gets any more in, plus you don't know if he had his buddies nearby.
Nope, I don't blame the bouncer (now!). And there were buddies.

Doesn't mean it isn't bullshit though.
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Not a big fan of getting drunk. I enjoy the buzz, so I don't try and go beyond that. I'm a pretty agreeable drunk though.

The hangover and memory loss is what makes it not enjoyable to me. The last time I got super drunk was last April at Bowery.
High five. Fuck bad drunks.
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:57 PM   #39 (permalink)
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I'm definately a drinker and I enjoy drinking partially because I know I'm not a bad drunk. When I'm drunk, I act a little more outgoing and outspoken but that is the extent of it. I've had only one or two bad nights, but that happens to everyone and you learn from your mistakes. You wake up, hear what an asshole you were and try not to do it again.

One of my biggest pet peeves are the people who get hammered and can't hold it together. One of my roomates had a girlfriend who was a lightweight but refused to admit it and attempted to keep up with the rest of the group. Every time we went drinking, she would drink way too much and then become weepy and violent. A few times, she threw punches at the people who were helping her home and once hit my roomate over the head with a glass pitcher. She was the worst drunk I have ever seen.
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Old 10-19-2010, 10:35 PM   #40 (permalink)
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I heart kyle

This is not in defense of Kyle because I feel like his awesomeness shines through even to those who haven't met him. That being said I felt the need to say, publicly, that Keith and I and others who have the pleasure of being friends with him are lucky to have him around. Kyle is sincere, sensitive, smart, funny and a great friend.

Thank you, Kyle for allowing us to be honest (and public) with you.

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