Sunday, February 10, 2008

Friday night, after enjoying the super intense movie, "No Country for Old Men", my ladyfriend and I decided to venture over to the ESPN Zone for a fine dinner. As a man, I never pass up the chance to hit up the Zone, especially since there were at least 4 NBA games on at the same time. The only worry I had was what would I eat, because I am in the midst of an eat-healthy campaign, and most of the food at the Zone is fried, fast and unhealthy. But I was able to find a grilled chicken sandwich with no mayo and I had some mixed greens on the side. To wash it down, I enjoyed a glass of red wine as did my ladyfriend. The bartender only filled our glasses halfway, which kind of annoyed me, but I didn't make that big of a deal of it, because sports was all around me. After about 45 minutes of sitting at the bar and watching games, a handicapped gentlemen rolled up to the bar with a friend of his. They ordered drinks, and I noticed that the bartender put MUCH more liquor in the handicapped gentlemen's drink. My lady and I noticed it, and I think the handicapped gentlemen did too, and I said to him, "Well you're in a for a treat aren't you?" and he laughed. But do I have a right to be pissed? Here I am drinking a half full glass of wine, and this impaired guy gets a deluxe glass? Is this the treatement I deserve during black history month???

2 comments:

Michell said...

LMAO...you should have asked the bartender if he/she knew it was black history month...remember rashad, people didn't sit at those lunch counters for us to only have a half glass of red wine, GD! LOL

Jo said...

RM . . .he mighht need it more than you . . .he MIGHT also be a regular . . .you can't hate on the regulars . . .they get special treatment . . .trust me, I know . . .