JackieBishopWells 
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Re: “Offense Taken

@i love the city

I apologize for the confusion. We had already released in the statement and a direct quote in the article states,"It does not represent the feelings or beliefs of the staff, management, owners, affiliates or members of this establishment." I abbreviated this in my comment before. But this abbreviation does not reflect a change or difference in that statement.

Regarding the argument of sign versus temporary graffiti wall, I think we would be remiss in calling the difference of the two irrelevant. Calling it a sign, suggests it was nestled neatly in with our coat check and dress code signs. It also suggests permanence and policy, versus a temporary structure.

As it was a temporary installation, as mentioned here numerous times, as well as other places, the piece was discarded immediately after the event. At this time, There is nothing to take down or remove. It has already been done. We have never saved the graffiti wall in past years, and did not break tradition this year.

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Posted by jackiejbishop6a06 on 09/08/2014 at 12:59 AM

Re: “Offense Taken

It has also been removed and discarded...as it is every year...immediately following the event ends.

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Posted by checkyourwreck on 09/07/2014 at 10:36 PM

Re: “Offense Taken

@i love the city .
To clear something up, there are no signs. There never were signs. There never will be signs.
There was a large scale temporary graffiti art installation that was a *representation* of ideals that are morally corrupt. And NOT a representation of anyone who attends or staffs the establishment. Many of the statements were contradicted by positive statements or arguments to them.

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Posted by jackiejbishop6a06 on 09/07/2014 at 10:32 PM

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