Rules of the game: How to get past the velvet rope -- amNY.com
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#1 Aug 17, 2007
Aaaah the wonderful world of the social climber...how those loooong lines gets them off! I thank god almighty I was bred on punk rock....no waiting to get in, no sheep, no guidos, no trendinistas, no disco!
#2 Aug 18, 2007
I am curious if the writer of this article and its editor are aware of news outside of the New York club scene. Your use of the word "harrowing" to describe a person's experience entering a nightclub is outrageous and ignorant of real life hardships. Something tells me that security in Iraq, or Afghanistan, might be scarier. Perhaps you are right about people feeling a sense of fright when they go out to nightclubs. However, I cannot help feeling so sad for these people who are attempting to gain acceptance through frivilous outlets.
#4 Aug 20, 2007
I would rather die than try to kiss-a** Wass Stevens. I got in to Marquee so many times when he wasn't there. Marquee should hire a better representative for their front door. There are many younger and more fashion forward people with a better communication and social skills out there who would fit better for Marquee (that claims to be a celebrity hot spot). Steven Wass is OUT!!!
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