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The Return of The Hates with $50 Goat, Lizzie Boredom, and Room 101

The Return of The Hates with Goat, Lizzie Boredom, and Room 101
Event on 2018-02-03 22:00:00

Yes, we can now confirm it.  As first reported by The Chronicle's eagle eyed  Adrew Dansby, The Hates are returning!

"The sign pictured above was easy enough to miss, being nondescript and DIY befitting one of the city's most beloved bands. But there it was just the same at the corner of Farnham and the Southwest Freeway feeder road.  The Hates are returning. Apparently Feb. 3 at Rudyard's.  The show will be a welcome return for the punk band, especially after a trying year. Hates frontman Christian Kidd had shoulder surgery in January, which is a heavy lift for a guitarist under any circumstances. Then later this year he was diagnosed with Stage 3 squamous cell carcinomaI'd missed the announcement last month that his cancer was in remission, which is very good news. And now it appears he'll soon be back to playing short, sharp classic punk rock songs." – Andrew Dansby, Houston Chronicle, Friday, November 24, 2017

 

 

 
The Hates (Houston, TX)
http://www.thehates.com/

 

The Hates has been called "Houston's first and last punk band", and with over thirty years of blood, sweat, and that familiar mohawk, those words may be more true than their author ever knew. From his very first live show in 1978, Christian Arnheiter has steered this legendary band through decades of disco, pop, new wave, hair bands, hip-hop, crossover country, and now the newest fad of tribute bands to keep punk rock alive.

In a time when many early eighties groups are getting back together to play reunion shows, the Hates have the distinction of being the oldest continuously performing unsigned punk band. And despite the love/hate relationship the local music scene has had with punk rock over the years, the Bayou City will always be their home.
 

 

 

Goat (Houston, TX)
https://www.facebook.com/fiftydollargoat/
 

Zipperneck meets Texas Mod Crushers and has a baby goat.
 

 

Lizzie Boredom (Dallas, TX)
https://www.facebook.com/lizzieboredomband/
 

 

Room 101 (New Orleans, LA)
https://www.facebook.com/room10101/
 

Room 101 is a one man band designed to give you nightmares and/or seizures.
"A one man punk rock pipebomb" -Roctober Chicago

 

 

at Rudyard’s British Pub
2010 Waugh Drive
Houston, United States

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King Suite Sitting Room

A few great texas resorts photos i came across:

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Omni Mandalay in Las Colinas, Texas
October, 2011

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Omni Mandalay in Las Colinas, Tx
October, 2011

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Moyles – Carrie raps Boom! Shake The Room (Web Streaming Thu 15 Jan 07:04-07:09)

Live Web Streaming footage of The Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1, 12-16th January 2009. Carrie takes to the mic for her rendition of “Boom! Shake The Room” ? Chris comments on her dressing like a female snooker player today. View dozens more video clips in my channel.
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Improve Restaurant Dining Room Service: Clear Finished Plates At The Proper Time

Improve Restaurant Dining Room Service: Clear Finished Plates At The Proper Time

Recently, a chef called me on the telephone and posed a question: “When is the correct time to remove a plate after a customer is finished eating?” The chef who asked me the initial question had been sitting at the bar of his restaurant watching the dining room service on his off hours. There were three people at the table, one person had completely finished the plate of food, but the other two customers were still eating their plates of food. The chef felt that the “one finished plate” should have been cleared immediately by one of the busssers or waitstaff.

His inquiry was a simple restaurant dining room service question (quite legitimate) that may actually have more than one answer. It depends on the the restaurant’s “level of service,” the “situation at the hand”, and/or what the customer desires “at the moment.” Certainly in any restaurant service situation, before clearing a plate, the staffer obviously must wait until the customer is finished eating from their plate.

Whether it is a completely empty plate in front of the customer, or if the customer has placed their knife and fork side by side in the middle of the plate, or if the customer hasn’t touched their food in 20 minutes, the staffer must make the proper decision to clear the plate or not.

But to really answer this question in full detail, I had to ask some preliminary questions of my own, as consultants often do, especially about the desired level of service in the restaurant: Were there white tablecloths covering the tables? Was the floor completely rugged? What are some expensive items on the menu?

After receiving the some answers, I concluded that, yes, it was a fine dining restaurant. Therefore, my immediate answer to the chef’s question was to wait until all of the customers  are completely finished eating, then start the process of clearing. In most cases for a fine dining restaurant, if the one plate only was cleared while the other two customers were still eating, all three customers might have been offended thinking that they are being rushed out of the restaurant.

That is the “book” rule, yet a few more points must be added to this answer. What about the “situation at hand?”  What about the customer needs “at the moment?”

The answers may actually warrant the act of clearing that “one finished plate” immediately. What if the customer had a train to catch and wanted to leave the restaurant quickly before the other two parties sitting with him/her? What if the customer asked to have the plate cleared? What if the customer, who had finished eating, put the credit card on the table wanting to pay and leave the restaurant quickly?

A big empty plate may get in the way of the customer signing the credit card receipt or counting out the correct amount of cash to pay the check. Even worse, the dirty plate may soil the customer’s sleeve with an accidental sideswipe of the plate. In this instance, “by using common sense,” the staffer can ask the customer: “May I remove your plate?”

In a casual dining restaurant service situation, where the plates are enormous (and sometimes way too big for the tables), removing the plates ahead of time as customers may be the norm. There may be no other way to get the clearing job done before an enormous entrée course arrives.

The main point is that there are always “standard rules of restaurant dining room service.” But occasionally, the servers and bussers must use “common sense at the moment” to get the job done safely, cleanly and efficiently. Again, one must always politely ask before removing a plate as nothing could be more rude than trying to clear a plate while the customer is still enjoying it. But, unfortunately, this problems does occur with careless restaurant service.

This situation is the “grey area” of customer service which should be taken very seriously and discussed in every restaurant staff training class. Since restaurants are essentially a people business, there is truly an infinite number of situations that can occur. The trick is to anticipate the customer’s and the pro-act in the hope that the end result will be a very pleased and satisfied customer.

Richard Saporito has been a restaurant consultant for over 15 years in many
diverse and profitable establishments. He helps owners, managers, and dining
room staffs achieve that outstanding service reputation which always sets a
restaurant apart from its fierce competition. Discover how to improve dining room service and increase your restaurant’s business by visiting:http://www.howtoimprovediningroomservice.com

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Inside the Training Room Episode 18 11-7-10

www.platinumpresenters.com Tips for building a successful MLM business! This is peer to peer marketing at its best! Some of the TOP coaches like Monica Gray, Hillary Kelly, Holly Hann, Dallas Carter, Ashley Woods, Mike French, Mike Saure, Blasi Jacobi, Michelle Myers, and Julie Voris use these techniques. Some of the above coaches have worked with other top coaches like Josh Spencer, Barbie Decker, Robert Hudgeons, Pete Pena, Milan Jensen, Traci Morrow, Jimmy Nelson, Mark Briggs and more! These coaches are amazing at sharing what works!
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What is the law in Texas about children of the opposite sex sleeping in the same room?

Question by julesl68: What is the law in Texas about children of the opposite sex sleeping in the same room?
I’ve been told some states require children of the opposite sex to have their own room, and I was wondering if Texas has such a law.
Yes, they can share a room, or yes they need to have their own separate room??

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Answer by skatergirly03
My hubby is from Dallas and he says yes just make sure they have privacy when changing.

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i am looking for a very romantic hotel room in dallas to spend the weekend in with my fiance must have jacuzzi?

Question by Alvin: i am looking for a very romantic hotel room in dallas to spend the weekend in with my fiance must have jacuzzi?
im not rich so please no outragious prices

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Answer by >Chloe<
The first question is… if u want a romantic weekend… why pick Dallas?

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Q&A: What happened to the jonas brothers chat room on their broadcasting site?

Question by xamy816x: What happened to the jonas brothers chat room on their broadcasting site?
I went to their site and it was gone all their was is the screen they broadcast on and ads.

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Answer by Will
It probably got hacked

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Q&A: Where can i rent a party room for 20 people in Plano or Dallas, TX?

Question by robert75: Where can i rent a party room for 20 people in Plano or Dallas, TX?
I need to rent a room for an after party. I’m going to have a dj, I dont really care about food. A hotel is out of my price range. I dont want something, for lack of a better term, ghetto. I dont need a fancy place either. I just need a nice little place where I can play really loud music for a cheap price. The party would be from around 10pm to 2am. If anyone can help me, I would really appreciate it, thanks.

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Answer by Dfwteddybear
If you can’t afford a hotel, then you can’t afford anything.

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Hot tubs in the hotel room, please help DALLAS TX?

Question by tim_house2003: Hot tubs in the hotel room, please help DALLAS TX?
I am looking for a hotel with a hot tub in the room in Arlington TX. not just an over sized jacuzzi in the bathroom but with a hot tub in the room. Please help.

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Answer by neytra
holiday Inn express by the parks mall has jacuzzi suites

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