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Hipster VS Douchebag City by City Guide

» 13 September 2010 » In People, Style, Travel » 34 Comments

Hipster VS Douchebag City by City Guide

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It’s no secret that I have spent a lot of time doing work during the last decade in different American cities. And it’s widely accepted that I have swooped fly girls from Hell’s Kitchen to Hollywood. But the truly amazing thing about the last few years, is how Nightworld has really drawn its battle lines between two groups; Hipsters and Douchebags.

Here is an EZ city by city guide on what you will encounter girl-wise and competition-wise in each city in Acirema:

New York City: 99% hipster. Heavy hipster stronghold.

Los Angeles: Heavy douchebag, but plenty of hipsters as well, depending on where you roll. Also, there is emerging a kind of West Coast Hipster-Douchebag fusion of sorts. Houchbags. Dipsters. (LA has the tendency of taking a bad thing and making it worse).

Chicago: Skewing more douchebag.

Phoenix: 100% douchebag. I am actually guessing, since I have never been to Phoenix. (If I am going to the desert, I am going somewhere with Casinos, mad Gentleman’s Clubs and decent restaurants ie Las Vegas). But I am also completely sure about this.

New Jersey: 100% Douchebag. Again, this is just a guess, as I have only used New Jersey as a piss stop between New York and DC.

San Diego: 50% douchebag (gaslamp is a douchbag garrison), 50% hipster (northpark is a hipster fortress). The beach there is a hipster-douchebag beach fusion. Beachbags and Bitchsters.

San Francisco: 95% hipster. Huge hipster refuge.

Philadelphia: 80% douchebag (although this is kind of a guess, I really only pass through here to grab the occasional Cheesesteak and the occasional sparring session). Update: I forgot, I also once spent a couple of nights at The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia and swooped some girls. Good to note that The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia is excellent for The No Cell Phone Service Move.

New Orleans: Not really either. Some local douchebags. The tourists are heavy douchebag. Historically speaking, its been pretty anti-glitter. But what do I know? I spend all my time there Custom Suited down at Galatoire’s and The Ritz-Carlton. And of course, swooping Exotic Dancers at Gentleman’s Clubs.

Miami Beach: 70% douchebag but some hipsters as well. I think it is too hot and humid for hipsters to flourish down here. They are too skinny and too pale.

Orange County: 100% douchebag. Real strong West Coast Douchebag turf.

Washington, DC: 99% hipster. Hipster mania in Dodge City. No glittery shirts here.

Las Vegas: 120% douchebag. Bastion of Douchebaggery. The Mecca of West Coast Douchebags.

Atlanta: I am guessing heavily skewed douchebag. It’s been awhile.

Seattle: I am guessing hipster bonkers. Only been once.

Texas: ?

And there you have it.

Side note: It has never really been my language to use the terms “Hipster” and “Douchebag” but I did here in an effort to make The G Manifesto accessible to more readers by using more mainstream speak.

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Cigarettes Get New Weesh Tax Increase

» 29 March 2009 » In Guide » No Comments

Cigarettes Get New Weesh Tax Increase

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Tobacco companies and public health advocates, longtime foes in the nicotine battles, are trying to turn the situation to their advantage. The major cigarette makers raised prices a couple of weeks ago, partly to offset any drop in profits once the per-pack tax climbs from 39 cents to $1.01.

Medical groups see a tax increase right in the middle of a recession as a great incentive to help persuade smokers to quit.

The pricing moves raised eyebrows. “That’s nothing more than greed,” said Kevin Altman, an industry consultant who advises small tobacco companies. “They weren’t required to charge that until April 1. They are just putting that into their pockets.”

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Responded Phelps: “We raised our prices in direct response to the federal excise tax increase, and people who are upset about that should find out how their member of Congress voted, and contact him or her.”

Some policy analysts have questioned the wisdom of boosting tobacco taxes to finance health care for children. They argue that the fate of such a broad program should not depend on revenues derived from a minority of the adult population, many of whom have low incomes and are hooked on a habit. The tobacco industry is also warning that the steep increase will lead to tax evasion through old-fashioned smuggling or by Internet purchase from abroad.

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Cigarette smokers continue to be the most persecuted group in America.

It is safe to say that anyone who pushes these Cigarette Tax increases has never shared a bottle of red and some smokes with a French Model Girl. Nor enjoyed what happens succeeding.

That being said, they have no authority to make these decisions.

For me, it doesn’t matter. I am Liquid.

If you are a smoker, feel free to get in on The Smuggling Game.

The government is all but forcing you too. Boston Tea Party and all that.

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Del Mar Race Track Considers Shortening Season

» 03 March 2009 » In Guide, Style, Travel » 2 Comments

Del Mar Race Track Considers Shortening Season

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Track insiders and general fans who have opined that the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club summer meeting would be better with a reduction from its six-day racing week could get their wish this summer.

DMTC’s top officials acknowledged yesterday that the organization, which leases the facility from the state to run the race meeting, is exploring the possibility of dropping Mondays from the Wednesday-to-Monday format that has stood for decades.

“It’s certainly something we’ve been looking at and the more we look at it the better it gets,” said Joe Harper, DMTC president, CEO and general manager. “I feel confident saying it will be our recommendation that we go to a five-day week.”

The current state of the economy, a declining California thoroughbred horse population and perceived downturn in both the number and financial commitment of owners are all contributing factors in the decision to explore the five-day option.

“We’ve always been a big proponent of when you make a change here you better make it for the benefit of the patron,” Harper said. “I think this is certainly to the benefit of the patron. If we’re right, we’re going to have better (racing) cards, basically.”

Six-day racing weeks have been standard at Del Mar since 1946. The track, founded by Bing Crosby and some Hollywood friends, opened in 1937. It presented races on a Tuesday-to-Saturday basis before being closed from 1942-44 during World War II and maintained that schedule for the re-opening season in 1945.

A Monday-to-Saturday format was maintained from 1946 until 1973 when – sports competition on Sundays having gained social acceptance – conducting racing and betting on Sunday was legalized.

In recent decades many horsemen – who generally live and work in the Los Angeles area with the exception of two months in the summer – have said five-day weeks at Del Mar would be easier on them and their horses.

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My bet is that they do this.

The Track was slower than normal last year. And I don’t mean the horses either.

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