Steve Horner, the anti-ladies' night crusader, left Colorado years ago, but on a recent trip through this state he stopped by Brewski's, which just happened to be hosting a ladies' night. That inspired Horner to file a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Division, charging once again that ladies' night deals discriminate against men. See also: Steve Horner renews the fight against ladies' night
Pay women the same wage as men and I will gladly give up free well drinks.
I don't know, I think you guys are worthy of men's night too. I'm willing to bet that women would be lining up to get in.
As a single and "budget-wise" father, I like going to bars and agree, ladies' nights aren't fair, no matter how many broke, ratchet, kids-at-home pretty girls it attracts. Make DEALS for everyone.
And here's how Ivan sums it up:
Here's a headline for you, Westword: "Desperate shithead on crusade for a cheap beers."
Do you feel that local businesses should be able to offer ladies' nights deals -- or any other deals, for that matter? Post your thoughts below, and read more comments about Steve Horner's lastest campaign here.
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