Skip to comments.Nanny of the Month: Minnesota bans Ladies Nights
Posted on 07/01/2010 12:07:51 PM PDT by C19fan
Oh, what a night, but the feelin aint right
at least not in Minnesota. Reason TV picks its Nanny of the Month, and this time the culprit is in my back yard. James Kirkpatrick, the Commissioner of Human Rights in Minnesota, declared that Ladies Nights promotions discriminate against men and are therefore illegal in the state. So much for sophisticated mamas at the nightclubs:
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Not one straight man ever complained - and who cares if one did?!
As an unintended consequence this will decrease revenues for bars all across the state (and consequently liquor and sales tax revenues).
Thats not a very gentlemanly thing to do
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Manhaters. (I mean, who REALLY appreciated ladies’ nights?)
Only the men-We women often felt like bait.
Look out Hooters, he’s going to say you have to hire male waiters...
Well, hell, 50cent beer night was the only way I ever got lucky in college. :)
How about People of Color Nights or Gay Nights?
This is what you get from Bitchaucrats who justify themselves using Kafkaesque logic. It discriminates against men, how, now prove it?
Someone doesnt like a discount or a two-fer, so whats wrong with this picture. I could guess these same Bitchaucrats also believe large club card stores discriminate against none member citizens.
Gretchen aside, the few times Ive been in Minnesota it seemed like most of the women look like a cross between Rosie O’Donnell and Elana Kagan.
They’re WAY behind the curve. Here in Massachusetts, Ladies Nights were outlawed years ago — I think during the Dukakis administration IIRC.
well now, what’s next??
no more gender separation for schools, restrooms, ladies ready to wear stores, etc.??
Staring at my screen, shaking my head in disbelief. We need to disband the Congressional Black Caucus then. Discrimination is wrong, isn’t it?
Did you know Gretchen was valedictorian at her high school?
Only if they wear tight tee shirts and short shorts. We must all be the same, you know.
Where will it end???
Actually, there was a state case in NJ or Maryland, some years back, about the non-member prices of Gas at Sam's Club, or Costco, vs the member's price being discriminatory.
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