So the funny part is that we go to a very trendy bar in Dallas, called “The Fuse” and to say the least, we (we being J-Five, Tony, Chris, Stephen, Greg and myself) were the most out of place folks and to be quite honest the homosexual population at this bar outweighed the heterosexual population (not that there’s anything wrong with that). So we end up leaving there and we go to another bar across the street. This was the type of bar that no one knows about and we went through some canvas cover to get inside. Inside, there were more pretty people than you could shake a stick at and we felt even more out of place. We were enjoying ourselves here and a manager comes up to Chris and tells him that someone at the front told us to take off our hats (which he did not) or leave. We told him that we would leave, but he was really a jerk about the whole situation. Nevertheless, we laughed and giggled our way out of the bar and into the parking lot.
Michael Toney’s Bachelor Party – Part II
Please note, that the Kaufman crew was with Jim, Buddy and Rick. It says more about us than it does about them (i.e. we act as old as they are).