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12th Apr '18 2:00:07 AM Kalaong
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Often a BadGuyBar and rarely a GoodGuyBar, because EvilIsCool.

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Often a BadGuyBar and rarely a GoodGuyBar, because EvilIsCool.
EvilIsCool - always remember that VampiresOwnNightClubs.
7th Apr '18 10:49:06 PM darkemyst
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* In Gotham City, this is the case of the Iceberg Lounge the Penguin runs as a legit front to cover his illegal activities. As a gimmick is is quite literally cool.

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* In Gotham City, this is the case of the Iceberg Lounge the Penguin which Franchise/{{Batman}} foe Comicbook/ThePenguin runs as a legit front to cover his illegal activities. As a gimmick is is quite literally cool.
13th Feb '18 9:07:30 PM djargus
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** In Episode 4 Alex wanders upon the location where the Goth event was taking place (that appears to be a rented former meat packing store), that Alex was hired to copy the [[ChekhovsGun promotional posters]] in the opening scene, where Serena is preparing the venue for the club night. The end result is displayed in the credits where there is graffiti art of candles on the wall as well as other art, actual lit candles in the club, everyone apparently is [[AcousticLicense dancing to Serena's zither playing despite it appears not to be hooked up to any speakers]], Goat is [[FreezeFrameBonus chasing a girl who's trying to get away from him]], Alex's usually [[AlphaBitch popular club savvy]] sister is surprisingly [[SubvertedTrope dancing with a Goth guy]], and Alex is [[DissonantSerenity sleeping under one of the posters he made]]. Which if Serena and the other organizers were caught having a club night at that place, would be facing a large fine for operating a unlicensed dance club in 2000 due to Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the time deciding to enforce from 1997 a prohibition era Cabaret License Law prohibiting a commercial venue allowing dancing without the proper license.

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** In Episode 4 Alex wanders upon the location where the Goth event was taking place (that appears to be a rented former meat packing store), that Alex was hired to copy the [[ChekhovsGun promotional posters]] in the opening scene, where Serena is preparing the venue for the club night. The end result is displayed in the credits where there is graffiti art of candles on the wall as well as other art, [[NoOSHACompliance actual lit candles in the club, club]], everyone apparently is [[AcousticLicense dancing to Serena's zither playing despite it appears not to be hooked up to any speakers]], Goat is [[FreezeFrameBonus chasing a girl who's trying to get away from him]], Alex's usually [[AlphaBitch popular club savvy]] sister is surprisingly [[SubvertedTrope dancing with a Goth guy]], and Alex is [[DissonantSerenity sleeping under one of the posters he made]]. Which if Serena and the other organizers were caught having a club night at that place, would be facing a large fine for operating a unlicensed dance club in 2000 due to Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the time deciding to enforce from 1997 a prohibition era Cabaret License Law prohibiting a commercial venue allowing dancing without the proper license.
13th Feb '18 11:08:34 AM djargus
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** In Episode 4 Alex wanders upon the location where the Goth event was taking place (that appears to be a rented former meat packing store), that Alex was hired to copy the [[ChekhovsGun promotional posters]] in the opening scene, where Serena is preparing the venue for the club night. The end result is displayed in the credits where there is graffiti art of candles on the wall as well as other art, actual lit candles in the club, everyone apparently is dancing to Serena's zither playing (which due to the end credits music makes it unsure if she's playing solo or in concert with the music playing in the club), Goat is [[FreezeFrameBonus chasing a girl who's trying to get away from him]], Alex's usually [[AlphaBitch popular club savvy]] sister is surprisingly [[SubvertedTrope dancing with a Goth guy]], and Alex is [[DissonantSerenity sleeping under one of the posters he made]]. Which if Serena and the other organizers were caught, would be facing a large fine for operating a unlicensed dance club in 2000 due to Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the time deciding to enforce from 1997 a prohibition era Cabaret License Law prohibiting a commercial venue allowing dancing if the venue didn't have a license to.

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** In Episode 4 Alex wanders upon the location where the Goth event was taking place (that appears to be a rented former meat packing store), that Alex was hired to copy the [[ChekhovsGun promotional posters]] in the opening scene, where Serena is preparing the venue for the club night. The end result is displayed in the credits where there is graffiti art of candles on the wall as well as other art, actual lit candles in the club, everyone apparently is [[AcousticLicense dancing to Serena's zither playing (which due despite it appears not to the end credits music makes it unsure if she's playing solo or in concert with the music playing in the club), be hooked up to any speakers]], Goat is [[FreezeFrameBonus chasing a girl who's trying to get away from him]], Alex's usually [[AlphaBitch popular club savvy]] sister is surprisingly [[SubvertedTrope dancing with a Goth guy]], and Alex is [[DissonantSerenity sleeping under one of the posters he made]]. Which if Serena and the other organizers were caught, caught having a club night at that place, would be facing a large fine for operating a unlicensed dance club in 2000 due to Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the time deciding to enforce from 1997 a prohibition era Cabaret License Law prohibiting a commercial venue allowing dancing if without the venue didn't have a license to.proper license.
13th Feb '18 10:52:01 AM djargus
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** In Episode 4 Alex wanders upon the location where the Goth event was taking place (that appears to be a rented former meat packing store), that Alex was hired to copy the [[ChekhovsGun promotional posters]] in the opening scene, where Serena is preparing the venue for the club night. The end result is displayed in the credits where there is graffiti art of candles on the wall as well as other art, actual lit candles in the club, everyone apparently is dancing to Serena's zither playing (which due to the end credits music makes it unsure if she's playing solo or in concert with the music playing in the club), Goat is [[FreezeFrameBonus chasing a girl who's trying to get away from him]], Alex's usually [[AlphaBitch popular club savvy]] sister is surprisingly [[SubvertedTrope dancing with a Goth guy]], and Alex is [[DissonantSerenity sleeping under one of the posters he made]]. Which if Serena and the other organizers were caught, would be facing a large fine for operating a unlicensed dance club in 2000 due to Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the time deciding to enforce from 1997 a prohibition era Cabaret License Law prohibiting a commercial venue allowing dancing if the venue didn't have a license to.
24th Jan '18 6:08:49 PM Nadezhda
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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for Music/PussycatDolls, but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks that would expire after some time. It was also AlwaysNight, so it made sense for nightclubs to be open 24/7.

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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for Music/PussycatDolls, but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks that would expire after some time. It was also AlwaysNight, so it made sense for nightclubs such things to be open 24/7.exist.
24th Jan '18 6:07:22 PM Nadezhda
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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for Music/PussycatDolls, but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks that would expire after some time.

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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for Music/PussycatDolls, but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks that would expire after some time. It was also AlwaysNight, so it made sense for nightclubs to be open 24/7.
24th Jan '18 5:59:06 PM Nadezhda
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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for Music/PussycatDolls, but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks which would expire after some time.

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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for Music/PussycatDolls, but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks which that would expire after some time.
24th Jan '18 5:57:50 PM Nadezhda
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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for 'Music/PussycatDolls', but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks which would expire after some time.
* Habbo Hotel was another virtual world with interesting places to visit. Until around 2010 you could go to public rooms that were created by the game admins, and a few these rooms had dancefloors. One was restricted to players who spent real money on membership, so it was fancy. Another was slightly futuristic looking, with a big aquarium. The most visited one was Club Massiva, which also looked pretty cool. And there are, of course, player created hangouts, so you can unleash your creativity and make your own Coolest Club Ever if you want to.

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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for 'Music/PussycatDolls', Music/PussycatDolls, but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks which would expire after some time.
* Habbo Hotel was is another virtual world with interesting places to visit. Until around 2010 you could go to public rooms that were created by the game admins, and a few these rooms had dancefloors. One was restricted to players who spent real money on membership, so it was fancy. Another was slightly futuristic looking, with a big aquarium. The most visited one was Club Massiva, which also looked pretty cool. And there are, of course, player created hangouts, so you can unleash your creativity and make your own Coolest Club Ever if you want to.
24th Jan '18 5:56:18 PM Nadezhda
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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for 'Music/PussycatDolls', but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular hangout spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks which would expire after some time.
* Habbo Hotel was another virtual world with interesting places to visit. Until around 2010 you could go to public rooms that were created by the game admins, and a few these rooms had dancefloors. One was restricted to players who spent real money on membership, so it was fancy. Another was slightly futuristic looking, with a big aquarium. The most visited one was Club Massiva, which also looked pretty cool.

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* Online virtual world vSide had some awesome clubs and even a hidden disco rooftop where you could dance with your avatar. vSide was originally called "The PCD Lounge" and was meant to be a promotional virtual space for 'Music/PussycatDolls', but it later expanded. The virtual world had three cities you could visit and they were loosely based in real locations such as New York, Tokyo and Hispanic countries. The aforementioned lounge was the most popular hangout spot in the game. There was a spin-off called "vLES" that was actually based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and was created for MTV. The admins would play music of different genres, and sometimes you'd have celebrities appearing on vSide to promote something. There were also virtual bouncers and bartenders, all of which were bots, and you could order drinks which would expire after some time.
* Habbo Hotel was another virtual world with interesting places to visit. Until around 2010 you could go to public rooms that were created by the game admins, and a few these rooms had dancefloors. One was restricted to players who spent real money on membership, so it was fancy. Another was slightly futuristic looking, with a big aquarium. The most visited one was Club Massiva, which also looked pretty cool. And there are, of course, player created hangouts, so you can unleash your creativity and make your own Coolest Club Ever if you want to.
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