The Daily Daily: Judge Rules that Lady’s Night is All Right

If you look at it for awhile, it's actually kind of gross.

I have always argued against Lady’s Night, usually a Thursday night where clubs allow women to get in free and men have to pay.  What is the reason for this?  So there will be more woman in the club than men.  The men want to get the girls drunk so they will have sex with them.  The women get men to buy them drinks and then the women act like they like them until the end of the night, but then they get their ugly, sober friend to take them home.  I’m not exaggerating, either.  That is how it works.  Some one tried to say it is wrong, or something.  A judge said it wasn’t wrong.  I mean, this is America. Tricking some poor bastard to spend his money for a stupid reason isn’t good business.  It is the American Way.  Still, this guy makes a good point and is fighting a good fight.

Den Hollander, who is single and keeps his age a secret, had his crusade against ladies’ nights profiled in a 2007 piece in The New Yorker magazine. A year later, The New York Times blogged about a lawsuit he filed against Columbia University over courses the school offers on women’s studies, which he called “a bastion of bigotry against men.” Asked Wednesday about what he thinks the odds are of the U.S. Supreme Court agreeing to hear his case, Den Hollander told the Daily News: “About the same as some pretty young lady paying my way on a date.”

Don’t hate the player.  Have a good day.