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March 23, 2010

The bouncer has a bounce rate

Sign outside the Beerland venue in Austin during SXSW last week ...

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I find it both hilarious and sort of sad to think that this was written out and taped up because, once upon a dark Texas night, some poor wanna-be or possibly struggling writer pleaded for admission to Beerland's smorgasbord-o'-the-arts by actually flashing his Analytics numbers under this bouncer's nose.

But really: if necessary, how should an aspiring, blogging critic achieve the "respect" of a toady such as the author of this sign?

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