1.21.2011

That "Adult Entertainment" That Is Opening Up Near DFW Airport


The local news has been covering how local politicians were "outraged" at Rick's Caberet for opening near the DFW Airport just in time for the Super Bowl, and the Fort Worth mayor issued this statement in opposition to it getting a liquor license. (Fox 4 Screenshot).

Despite the fact that the allegation could be made against every single bar, I love a good typo.

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

As fake Greggo would say: "Good point!"
How are the lives of persons commuting to or in the vacinity of DFW and AA HQ any more precious than those of others in the area?
There's probably a greater threat from persons driving under the influence of testosterone

Scott said...

I love how the City of Fort Worth was fine with this all throughout the permitting and construction process. Now, when it is about to open, they are all outraged.

Makes me wonder if American Airlines was afraid too many of their employees would spend their lunches there and pressured Moncrief to complain!

Anonymous said...

FT Worth City leaders are Idiots.

Anonymous said...

then close all of the bars in the airport.. patrons can deplane, tank up then hit the roads.. or better yet, pilots can have one for the air.

Obi said...

Looks like we'll need to avoid the vacinity.

Anonymous said...

I guess they shouldn't sell alcohol at the Airport too.

Anonymous said...

Another dangerous vacinity to avoid. If its not booze its the neighbors.

Anonymous said...

Don't drink and spell?

Anonymous said...

You can drink at lots of places in the airport, as well as on the planes.

Anonymous said...

Increase the danger...

That happened when more restaurants started popping in G-Vine... especially when bone-daddy's opened and the d-bags came out of the woodworks... within the first six month it was open, six deaths occurred from accidents wioth patrons from there, several drug bust in the parking lot, and several arrest for indecent activity.

Rick's Cabaret? On The south side of the airport? Can't get worse can it?

Anonymous said...

As an AA employee, I can tell you we don't care. I am not sure why Moncrief mentions AA.

Anonymous said...

I live less than a mile from the place and I didn’t know it was there until they made a big deal about it. As a neighbor, I’d rather have some other business there, but you really have to be looking for it to find it. I don’t think you can even see it from 183.

As for Ft. Worth being concerned, it’s barely inside their city limits, and wouldn’t be if they hadn’t annexed that little strip of land trying to get the Greater Southwest Airport.

Anonymous said...

LOVE ME SOME NEKED WOMEN FOR LUNCH

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

Dear Mayor...

save me your legislated morality, please.

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Rick's couldn't pay for the advertizing he is getting for free along with the photos of the local pimps on the billboards.What a deal!
I heard a news report that said that ten percent of the people leaving the superbowl won't be able to pass a drug-alchol test.No one complains about that.

Anonymous said...

Most of the places like Baby Dolls give American Airlines discounts, and it's just a little further to drive. Miami has the Pink Pussycat strip club all lit up in neon when you fly in. Funny, the Mayor dosent cite The Big Apple or the other Sports bar on Trinity as being a bad influence on Ft. Worth. Are these bars free from the threat of intoxicated drivers? All Rick's Nudie bar will do is employ people, and will bring in revenue from all the AA, Delta, and Allied fuelers that will go there for some beer and squirrel after work!

Anonymous said...

American Airlines has screwed more people than this bar ever will! Its AA you people should be scared of with their inept management. These people are using your tax dollars in their Vision 2025 scam in cities across America. I bet Arpey will have a front row seat at Ricks!

tmike said...

Whats ironic is that through the city's protests, the liquor license has been delayed. With no liquor license they are classified BYOB and since they don't sell alcohol the dancers can be totally nude. So thanks to their moral outrage they have created Fort Worths first (I think) totally nude club. Kind of came back to bite them in the butt (pun intended).

Anonymous said...

@ 11:37
I had to look up Vision 2025 to see what you are babbling about. It was voted in by the texpayers in Tulsa. Proposition 2: Capital Improvements -American Airlines - $22.3 Million (2.5% of a penny).
I agree that AA's management is all about themselves. My husband is still waiting for his payraise after a huge paycut back in 2001. But if the Tulsa voters approved the proposition, then they are as big a sucker as the employees who tried to help AA stay out of bankruptcy.

Anonymous said...

Moncrief needs a lap dance!

Anonymous said...

Barry I miss all the local law meetings @ Showcase in the 1990's. No names EVER mentioned, just informative meetings for all that attended.

Anonymous said...

Seems to me that Moncrief is concerned that only alcohol SOLD there can cause drunkeness. I think booze you bring in yourself causes the same amount of drunkeness. In fact, patrons may drink MORE since they aren't paying bar prices for drinks. Has anyone found out what the cover charge will be at this place?

Anonymous said...

12:45,, Vision 2025 - Move the 737 line from Tulsa to Kansas City before "Vision 2025" is concieved. Then after it is passed and approved by a snowjob to the taxpayers, you move the 737 line back to Tulsa and say "Wow! Look at all the jobs we created in Tulsa!" Total snowjob while taxpayers are paying their utilities in the name of "job creation" while in reality, all they did was move the line. AA will cost taxpayers more than any strip club at DFW.

Anonymous said...

The Mayor should be more concerned about how much China White Heroin AA moves into DFW.

Bloopers said...

I read there is a $20 cover charge to get in the place and they still are waiting for their liquor license. This is pretty pathetic for the local government to hold up a legitimate (if not sleezy) business when they should have known all along it was coming.

Rick's is a publicly traded company. It's a good think I don't own shares; I'd be ticked at the government interference.