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Room in Your Heart: Opening Doors to First Responders
Red Roof®, the leader in upscale economy lodging, is giving back to our country’s first responders—dedicated nurses, doctors, firefighters, police and emergency medical providers—who are fighting tirelessly to combat COVID-19. Many of these essential workers on the frontlines need a place to self-quarantine away from their homes and families to protect their loved ones.
From April 3 – May 31, Red Roof is donating a limited number of available rooms to these brave heroes, giving them a place to sleep and stay in between shifts at participating locations across the country.
Many Red Roof locations are exterior corridor hotels where separate hotel room doors open to the outside of the building instead of an interior hallway. After check-in, guests can drive to their room instead of walking through the building, reducing contact with interior touchpoints. Rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, a workstation and a communication package that includes free local and long-distance calls as well as free in-room coffee (in most rooms). One well-behaved domestic pet—cat or dog—is always welcome to stay at no charge.
Call a participating hotel directly to book your stay.
*Each guest must provide valid medical, firefighter, or police identification. Offer does not apply to guests staying under a current government contract and all rooms are subject to availability. Pet accommodations policy may vary at some Home Towne Studios by Red Roof locations.
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I started working on this months ago, and stopped a day later, then picked it up recently because I wanted to finish it. While it's mentioned below, I'd like to say it here: I know that this might be a mess, and not everybody will like it. But that's the fun of it all; it's not official, and will never be official, so it's fun to create stuff or imagine what happened that hasn't been explained yet. Whether you enjoy it or hate it, I had fun doing this! :) 7 DAYS TO DIE (UNOFFICIAL) LORE—TIMELINE THIS IS AN UNOFFICIAL TIMELINE OF THE LORE LEADING UP TO THE SETTING OF 7 DAYS TO DIE. ALL EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS ARE UNOFFICIAL/UNCONFIRMED AND SHOULD BE TREATED AS SUCH (duh). THIS IS NOT PERFECT. MUCH OF THIS MAY NOT SEEM REALISTIC OR MAY BE TOO CONSTRAINED. IF YOU FEEL THAT SOMETHING DOESN’T QUITE FIT, LET ME KNOW AND I CAN CHANGE IT. IF YOU WANT, YOU CAN HELP OUT.
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History is unchanged. 1986 April 25
- A nuclear inspection team arrives at Chernobyl, the negligence they discover and resolve in reference to a soon-to-occur safety test is ruled as 'criminal' by the Russian government due to the estimated damage that would've occurred if the test had gone through. As a result, the true danger of Nuclear Meltdown does not set into the psychology of first world countries and they continue with lax construction of reactors. 2000 January 1
- Y2K occurs in computers across the planet. Multiple systems are permanently fried, pushing technology back several years. DIVERGENCE occurs. 2018 OCTOBER 9
- The United States Of America grants Puerto Rico statehood. The flag now carries 51 stars. 2025 June 9
- A meeting is held at the United Nations in New York to discuss political tensions between North Korea following the death of Kim Jong Un seven months prior. A 19-6 vote is enacted to increase security at the Korean Demilitarized Zone. October 7
- North Korea attempts an attack on soil with the launch of four ballistic missiles aimed at Guam and Hawaii. Three are confirmed duds; the fourth strikes Guam’s Tamuning. Thousands are killed in the attack. Minutes later, the United States launches three ballistic missiles; all three successfully strike the capital of Pyongyang, killing several thousand people in its limits, including NK leader Kim Ju-ae. South Korea and Japan experience one of the largest refugee crises in human history. This leads to a depression in the region that lasts several years. October 22
- A local group known as the Woodstock Militia form in the United States, their goals claiming to be “nothing more but the peace among man.” Their numbers grow over several years, expanding beyond North America. October 23
- Backyard Bunks, a company set on the construction of backyard fallout shelters, is successfully funded and founded in Manchester, England by US expatriate Donovan Clarke, beginning construction immediately. 2032 September 2
- A Woodstock peace rally in Iraq is ambushed, leading to dozens of rally-goers dead or missing. An investigation discovers collusion between some members and a terror group known as the COG, or Caliphate Of Glory. The WM is banned from Iraq as a result “until further notice.” December 22
- The United Nations begin talks on expanding territory further into the North Korean ruins. China argues against it. December 30
- Talks at the United Nations ends with the UNSC voting 17-8 on territorial expansion through the North Korean ruins. China warns against this. 2033 March 27
- US expansion into the North Korean ruins begin, expecting to take a total of 18 months to succeed. Protests occur near the border. Later in the evening, a brief riot breaks out, leading to the death of a Korean Border Security Officer and several arrests. April 1
- China sanctions the United States. As a result, the US sanctions back. The Trade War, as it is simply called, begins.
- Stocks in Chinese trade fall soon after. August 13
- Backyard Bunks expands into the United States, quickly gaining popularity in major cities, with several hundred requests in just that single day. September 11
- A terrorist scare occurs in Washington, D.C., after a vehicle was pulled over containing a homemade nuclear weapon. The bomb was successfully deactivated and disposed of properly. September 19
- China begins underground nuclear testing in a remote region of the country, prompting fears in the United States and Japan of potential military action.
- Coincidentally, hours prior, Russia also announced that they would resume nuclear testing 18 years after it was discontinued. September 29
- Lucky Larry’s
, one of the largest casinos in the midwestern United States, opens to the public in the city of Gravestown, Arizona. December
- A mass shortage of functioning antibiotics leads to an outbreak of Cholera in India, killing 3 million from December to January 2034, where it is eventually placed under control with international aid.
- Due to the Trade War, the United States experiences what is called “The Year Without Christmas.” December 19
- United States scientists work with the United States military with the creation of a contagion with the intent to overwhelm enemy territories. Early testing is a failure. 2034
- Nuclear plants undergo a worldwide reconstruction effort to improve performance and defend against large-scale man-made attacks. Very few nuclear plants are completed. January 2
- Seven bodies are discovered in the Cascade Range. All of them are mauled, covered in human bite marks, leading to rumors of a cannibal group nearby. Law enforcement denied these claims. January 10
- The United States cancels the remaining expansion into the North Korean ruins, stationing soldiers as far as the city of Wonsan. China lifts few of the sanctions; the United States follows suit, but the Trade War persists. January 11
- Construction of bunkers by BB in all Las Vegas hotels are complete. March 18
- China ceases its nuclear testing temporarily, out of fear of radiation leaking into neighboring territories. Russia continues its nuclear testing. March 19
- Midterm elections begin in the United States. June 7
- Chinese President Chen-Chi is assassinated while on a trip in the United States. The United States is immediately blamed for her death. Many terror groups across the world claim responsibility. Some say this was a tactic to prevent any retaliation by China. June 11
- China, upon full belief that the United States is responsible for the death of former president Chen-Chi, declares war on America. JUNE 12
- World War III, or simply known as “The War,” occurs as late as 6:18 PM EST. It is unknown precisely who fired first, but blame rests solely on China. 6:15 PM
- The Integrated Operational Nuclear Detection System
(IONDS) detects seven nuclear ballistic missile launches from an unknown location. 6:17 PM
- NORAD confirms all seven launches. USAF enters DEFCON 1, prompting immediate takeoff of all available bombers. Several of them head for China, believed to be the sole cause. 6:18 PM
- POTUS authorizes full-scale retaliation. Several US ballistic missiles are launched.
- The War commences. China denies any action against the United States, despite their declaration of war the day before, but are bombed shortly after. The United States preps a full-scale invasion scenario into China. The seven immediate nuclear missiles are destroyed. Several more are launched from ocean level, believing to be submarine-based launches. Three of them reach the west coast of the United States. Several submarines are destroyed by military response. 6:23 PM
- Los Angeles is struck by two nuclear warheads several seconds apart. Few of the city’s skyscrapers collapse from the shockwave and sheer force of the explosions.
- News quickly spreads across the nation, confirming the detonation of nuclear weapons in Los Angeles. Panic spreads nationwide as people try to evacuate. Highways quickly go into gridlock, forcing people to escape on foot. Several people take shelter in several bunkers, only to quickly fill up.
- Divisions of the US Armed Forces are deployed in several cities to assist in the evacuation. 6:28 PM
- Seattle and San Diego are hit by two separate nuclear warheads.
- The San Diego warhead was not a head-on strike, instead striking closer towards the outskirts, nearest to the highways. Most on the highway were killed in the immediate blast, while those in the inner city survived.
- Thirty-two more ballistic missiles are confirmed launched from China as retaliation. Many of them strike the west coast and further inland. The midwestern US (Colorado) all the way to the east coast is spared from ballistic strikes due to NORAD’s immediate response. 6:30 PM
- Gravestown is devastated by two consecutive nuclear strikes. The majority of Navezgane County is spared the immediate effects of the detonations. 6:30-8:00 PM
- Six more nuclear warheads breach past NORAD defenses from China, striking Portland, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and even reaching Austin, Texas. 8:00 PM
- No further nuclear launches from China. Birds are in the air and are headed for China. Cities affected/destroyed are Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, and Xi’an.
- Over the next five days, the USAF is deployed across the United States and throughout China. Martial law is declared in the US, and POTUS is relocated to the Mount Weather Communications Shelter on June 14. JUNE 14—RUSSIA BECOMES INVOLVED 9:58 AM EST
- A van containing a nuclear weapon is detonated in the US capitol. Armed forces are sent to assist the injured and dying.
- NORAD detects several Russian submarines off the east coast of the US. DEFCON 1 is once again in effect, formerly set to DEFCON 2. 10:10 AM
- Russian aircraft arrives in Washington, D.C., dropping soldiers across the city with the intent to take over the White House and overthrow the president. It is revealed the president is hidden away.
- Evacuations are set for the unaffected areas of the city. Several Russian soldiers kill people attempting to flee the city limits. 10:14 AM
- POTUS and NORAD authorize launch of four ballistic missiles targeted at Moscow, Russia. 10:16 AM
- Four ballistic missiles are launched from the United States towards Russia.
- USAF continues to evacuate the outer regions of Washington, D.C. 10:17 AM
- A second nuclear weapon is detonated in the capitol, killing millions. It is unknown who detonated it or where it was detonated. 10:19 AM
- Russia retaliates by launching seven nuclear ballistic missiles targeting New York, Washington, Orlando, Boston, and Atlanta. 10:22 AM
- The United States launches nine more nuclear missiles targeting several Russian cities.
- Several Russian planes fly over the skies across the eastern seaboard attempting to drop soldiers with the intent on invasion. Many of them are shot down, their soldiers killed in their parachutes, regardless of the Geneva Convention. 10:25 AM
- Two Russian bombers drop three nuclear warheads onto Columbus, Ohio, destroying the city entirely. The resulting EMP causes the planes to crash, killing all onboard.
- Poland, France, and the United Kingdom join the conflict, firing their own missiles at Russia and China.
- Several Russian planes touch down in Detroit, Michigan, assuming complete control of the city over several hours. 10:40 AM
- Moscow is struck by two of three nuclear warheads, one failing to detonate. The other nine launches strike other Russian cities, including Saint Petersburg, Omsk, and Samara. 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- New York City, Orlando, Boston, and Philadelphia are hit by nuclear warheads and sustain heavy damage. Russia retaliates against Poland, the United Kingdom, and France with nuclear launches targeting them respectively. London, Paris, Nice, Manchester, Warsaw, and Marseille are all struck.
- Many refugees within the United States flee towards the center of the country, residing within the countryside and avoiding major cities. Denver, Oklahoma, and Houston—to name a few—are mostly deserted, with many vehicles remaining on the roads, forever trapped in gridlock.
- The east and west coasts are in complete blackout, a result of the EMPs created by the nuclear detonations.
- China has gone quiet in all military aspects. US soldiers in the region have confirmed that survivors are surrendering.
- Russia invades sections of the UK and Italy, expanding their territory with the intent to take control of more military weaponry. At the same time, their government no longer exists. Many survivors in the affected regions panic; the country is in absolute turmoil, with riots occurring everywhere.
- The northern area of Manhattan is mostly unaffected by the blast, but the radiation has killed most of the people in the vicinity. Cars are left running, filled with the corpses of those who succumbed while trying to escape. Bodies of USAF soldiers can be found as well.
- Riots break out in the few US cities still densely populated. Martial law is further enforced.
- The Blackout occurs: Many power plants within the affected regions are abandoned or destroyed. A rolling blackout occurs across most of North America. Very few cities still hold access to electricity. June 14
- Radiation from the seaboards begins to seep into water systems and streams, which will begin to irradiate and pollute most major water sources across the country in the coming weeks.
- Patients in hospitals across the United States begin to die by the millions as backup power fails.
- Order starts to break down across several areas in the mid-US.
- Several more nations join into the conflict, firing their weapons at Russia and China.
- A global, limited nuclear exchange occurs. Action between nations is limited to several minutes. Detonations occur over three hours. 49 nations are confirmed affected or destroyed by the exchange. Very few nations remain unaffected or functioning, such as Africa, Australia, regions of South America, and parts of the central US. The rest struggle or collapse from radiation or economic failure. June 15
- An undetonated nuclear warhead in Moscow suddenly explodes. Millions are killed in an instant. Remnants of Russian missile command see this as an attack and immediately fire twelve more nuclear missiles. They launch in random directions.
- Poland is hit again. England is hit again, London is devastated. Paris is struck again, causing the collapse of the famed Eiffel Tower. Uganda, Africa is struck, leading to them retaliating against Russia.
- The United States is once again hit by Russian warheads. New York’s north side is hit, killing millions of survivors. Washington, D.C. is hit again. NORAD nearly shoots down all of them. One surviving missile strikes Kansas City, devastating it in moments.
- After this day, no further nuclear missiles are launched from any nation. Communications break down across the world. The Great Silence begins. June 16
- The War ends. Two-and-a-half billion people are dead. Many more are injured and dying; the death toll is expected to climb another billion over several months.
- Several countries drop communications, either intentionally or unintentionally. The United States, for two weeks, is isolated from the rest of the world except for Canada and remnants of Mexico. June 18
- Radiation has seeped into the water systems of many inhabited US cities. People are poisoned and begin to die. USAF remnant soldiers begin to ration food and water to the population.
- NORAD is abandoned, its surviving crew scattering across the mid-US.
- Surviving members of the Woodstock Militia regroup in Denver with the intent to boost morale across the surviving states.
- Navezgane County, Arizona regains contact with the mid-US states. Several other counties of other western states soon do the same. Navezgane’s climate is heavily altered. Snowy regions plague the mountains, while plant-life blooms elsewhere. The area surrounding Gravestown is abandoned, filled with the bodies of war victims and populated with survivors, who are only now emerging from their bunkers with the intent on beginning a cleanup effort. June 20
- Cleanup attempts begin across remnants of the nation with the help of USAF. The president is relocated to Denver, Colorado and addresses the nation to his best extent. July 2-5
- The United States is divided into three sections: The States, The West Wasteland, and The East Wasteland.
- USAF members return from overseas after weeks of silence. Many have died from radiation poisoning and were buried in China.
- Survivors from neighboring countries, including China and Russia, begin to appear on shorelines as they make their way to the States. Very few are turned away. Many Chinese and Russian survivors surrender, only to be taken in and sheltered. It is from these survivors that the extent of the damage from the war is revealed. Russia’s economy collapsed in a matter of days, whereas China’s economy “seemingly collapsed the moment the very first bomb touched down.”
- People begin farms in their own backyards, planting gardens and producing crops. July 5-16
- Power plants across the States are restored; the lights turn back on across the country, even in areas across the Wastelands. Navezgane County’s power is restored. Some power plants have melted down in recent weeks, irradiating parts of North America for thousands of years. July-August
- The Great Meltdown occurs, a period in which power plants across the world experience near-simultaneous meltdowns as a result of abandonment and lack of maintenance. Several European countries are irradiated, millions killed.
- Japan’s nuclear plants melt down; those who were unable to flee die quickly of radiation poisoning.
- Hawaii is spared from the radioactive cloud, which eventually reaches North America by early August.
- The west coast of North America is devastated by radioactivity from the GM. Those not already killed by the war are killed by the cloud.
- Alaska is spared from the radioactive cloud.
- The majority of South America is spared from the radioactive cloud, but its west coast is devastated.
- Most of Europe is devastated. Those who are able to escape are forced underground.
- The world truly becomes isolated. Two billion more die during the Great Meltdown. Three-and-a-half billion survivors remain on Earth.
- The States are spared from the radioactive cloud that covers the majority of the planet.
- Very few places on the coastlines are spared from the radioactive cloud, such as Navezgane County.
- Many cities lie dead, full of the remains of the people who used to live there. August
- An outbreak of Cholera occurs in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A mixture of radioactive and infected water leads to 100,000+ dead, an eighth of its population. OUTBREAK OCCURS
- A mutation via radiation exposure leads to the full-blown outbreak of V-713, or known more as the Muerto contagion in North America. August 4
- Cases of an unknown pathogen are reported in Navezgane and several other spots of land across the western board. Reports of infection are heard in Albuquerque and Sante Fe, New Mexico, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Denver, Colorado. Due to recent outbreaks of Cholera and other dangerous diseases, USAF and doctors collaborate to deliver protective masks, while simultaneously quarantining the sick. August 5
- Bodies are found in multiple areas across several states, in similar condition to the bodies found in the Cascade Range months earlier.
spreads into several more towns and cities. Hospitals quickly become overwhelmed with new admissions.
- Many fear the outbreak will reach their area and attempt to leave. Highways are once again clogged, while soldiers attempt to console and comfort those panicking, encouraging them to return home. AUGUST 6 – THE MUERTOS RISE
- Cases spread further to larger cities.
- Hundreds of infected individuals begin to die in hospitals; some die on the streets. Several areas are quarantined, with hazmat teams burying the dead; in most cases, the dead are burned once space runs out.
- Reports of attacks begin to pile up in areas hit hardest by the infection. They are dismissed as riots and labelled as “fearful anarchists.”
- In the evening, sudden mass ‘riots’ break out across the western board. News reports depict people chasing each other and knocking others to the ground ‘with the intent to maim or kill’.
- Citizens, sick or healthy, attempt to flee the cities and areas that are in chaos. Many seek protection by local police forces, but are gunned down mistaken for attackers.
- Police forces in the main cities are quickly overwhelmed. USAF forces in the area respond with deadly force, but many of them are overwhelmed as well.
- Roadblocks are set up on highways, hoping to contain the violence to the cities—however, reports emerge of similar attacks occurring in small towns and even villages.
- The cities’ streets are a mix of stampeding civilians and crazed attackers. August 7 12:00 AM – 5:00 AM
- USAF forces are forced to pull out of Denver’s limits. The president is long gone, relocated to De Moines, Iowa.
- Roadblocks outside Denver, Salt Lake City, and Santa Fe are overrun by infected individuals.
- Doctors confirm on radios and functioning stations that the attackers are deceased. The Muerto contagion is gained its name, but the infected are rarely, if ever, named as zombies. 7:23 AM
- The president addresses the nation, revealing the full scale of the situation and urges calm. This does little to prevent further panic. 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- The infected overrun multiple military outposts across several cities.
- USAF forces conduct mass napalm bombings in Salt Lake City, Denver, Santa Fe, and more, in an attempt to control the spread. The effort fails.
- Reports arise that USAF forces have gunned down refugees pouring into towns neighboring Denver and Santa Fe. Outrage spreads quickly as the infected continue to migrate further east. 4:00 PM – 11:00 PM
- USAF outposts in Fort Collins, Colorado and Rapid City, South Dakota are overrun by infected.
- Reports of infection arise in the city of Wichita, Kansas. Suspected cases are either quarantined or killed to contain the spread.
- Fort Collins is firebombed by USAF pilots. Containment is initially a success, but the sound draws mass herds of infected hosts. The fort is declared a lost cause. August 8
- Outposts and blockades are stationed across several areas not yet hit, such as Navezgane County. Cities further to the east succumb to infection and riots.
- Firebombing methods are abandoned for major cities; citizens are left to their own devices. Many die in the panic. August 10 – August 11
- The Muerto contagion is reported in Navezgane and several other counties. People resort to locking themselves in their homes or committing suicide. However, many commit suicide by either poisoning or hanging, leading to reanimation.
- Suicide patients begin to reanimate over several hours, leading to a siege of infected hosts in several towns.
- The Diersville hospital is under siege throughout the 11th, leading to the infected escaping and attacking the neighboring folk.
- Infection reported in Perishton. August 13
- Perishton under siege.
- Diersville confirmed lost. Many residents forced to fend for themselves. USAF forces abandon the town after failed attempts to control the infected hordes. Some fleeing residents are gunned down, mistaken for the dead.
- Several nuclear weapons are dropped on Denver, Santa Fe, and Albuquerque as a last resort. The resulting blasts irradiate the entire region. Navezgane County is more or less sealed off from the rest of the nation. August 18
- Power failures plague large regions of the States.
- The infection is controlled in several areas via USAF border fences.
- USAF forces begin airdrops in areas affected, but still holding survivors. August 25
- Navezgane is declared a hazard zone. Airdrops still occur, but it is forbidden to set foot until otherwise.
- The Muerto contagion is contained; half of the States survive.
- 7 Days To Die begins.
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Hi, Kansas City native here. My wife and I have been to a lot of places in and around KC, which is making her birthday this year harder to figure out. She wants to take a small day trip or overnight trip somewhere within a few hours of KC. We have a baby at home and don't want to leave him with anyone more than a day. Most likely be grandparents. submitted by
Anyway, here is a list of places we have been on trips to: Weston, Rochport, Hermann, St Louis, Des Moines, Omaha, Branson, Springfield, and even Bentonville (will want to be closer than three last 3 probably).
We have also stayed at that chateau place in the Legends area as well as at a casino in the river, and a hotel downtown. I'm looking for something a bit different this time around. Wondering if the fine people here know of any other good places we could check it for either a day trip or a one night stop.
We also like biking and hiking. We like small towns and outdoors and are pretty open to things. Does anyone have any good ideas?
“No. You can’t come in.” submitted by
Jake stared down at the guy in front of him. This one was going to be fun. Short, Asian, and very drunk. Or stoned. Maybe both. Probably both. He was wearing cheap wraparound sunglasses, so Jake couldn’t see if his eyes were bloodshot or if his pupils were dilated. His hair stuck out in all directions and was sprinkled with confetti. His face was covered in glitter. Very festive. He wobbled back and forth a few times, dug in his pockets, and offered Jake two handfuls of cash. A loose note tumbled to the ground. Jake snatched it up before someone else could. It was a hundred, crumpled up but still crisp.
“Take this. Come back when you’re sober. And wear shoes on both feet next time. OK?” Jake pointed down at the man’s feet with the bill, then offered it to him.
On one foot, the man wore a black leather dress shoe, polished to a mirror shine. On the other foot, no shoe, just a damp grey sock that was starting to slip off. Judging from the slacks and the stained dress shirt, he had started the night out in style. Vegas had had its way with him, and now the man looked like he’d been mugged. Or maybe he’d done the mugging. All of the bills he was holding out were hundreds. At least a thousand dollars was waving back and forth in front of Jake’s chest. That’s two rent payments right there. Or fifty lap dances. Assuming he was into that kind of thing. Damn these good morals of his.
“No. I can’t take your money. You can’t come in. You’re out of dress code and you’re wasted. Here,” Jake said tucking the bill into the man’s shirt pocket. “Put your money away before somebody does something stupid. Come back when you find a shoe.”
The man scowled in confusion or anger, it was difficult to tell which. He looked down at his feet and went very still for a few seconds. Then he looked up, leaned forward, and sniffed deeply before turning and bulling his way through the press of bodies behind him. Strong for a little guy. Weird too. Did he just sniff me? What the hell was that? Maybe he likes my new deodorant? Jake turned his attention to the surging crowd. They pressed up against the velvet ropes, bending them in between the brass stanchions placed every five or six feet. The front rank kept shuffling forward to get away from the crush of people behind them. And the people behind kept immediately closing the gap, terrified at the thought of someone squeezing into the small space in front of them. How many of them there were now? Five hundred? Six hundred? More? Probably more.
“Back up,” he told them for the tenth time in as many minutes. He made little pushing motions. “Back up. There's no need to push. The ropes aren't going anywhere, and if you knock them over I'm not letting you in.” It was an empty threat. It would be nearly impossible to assign blame if the ropes fell. There would be too many suspects.
The people in front of him stopped creeping forward, and a few of them even moved back a little. Jake heard similar exhortations to either side as his doormen tried to keep the mob under control. It was like Black Friday at Walmart and they were giving away free big screens. One guy, seeing his chance to get closer to the front, lunged forward through a bachelorette party that was dressed in matching pink tank tops. Behold, the Vegas gym rat: short, muscular (to compensate for the height probably), bad skin (reddish orange, leathery, and sprinkled with acne from the steroids), and wearing the tightest v-neck he could fit into (to really show off his man cleavage). The girl hanging on his veiny bicep had platinum blonde hair extensions, a half dozen coats of spray on tan, and a white mini dress that barely covered her lopsided breast implants. It was as if they were trying to escape and had decided to go in different directions. Her makeup made her face look like she’d been tagged by a graffiti artist with a love for fluorescent colors. Stripper Barbie, deluxe Vegas edition.
“Hey,” Jake pointed at him. “Meathead in the blue v-neck. Back up. If I see you push one of these ladies again, you're not getting in.”
Meathead looked off to the side, avoiding Jake's gaze. Jake snapped his fingers in front of the guy’s face twice then pointed at him again. “I know you heard me.”
After a few more seconds of pretending Jake wasn't there, Meathead made eye contact. “Oh, I'm getting in. My boy Ron is gonna hook it up. So I don’t need to talk to some bouncer.”
“Ron who?” Jake asked.
“Ron the host.”
“Ron was fired a few weeks ago,” Jake said.
The cocky smirk on Meathead’s face disappeared as he realized that he didn't have the pull he thought he did. It was replaced with a look of concern. It warmed Jake’s heart to see it happen.
Stripper Barbie jerked on Meathead’s arm. “Tony! You said we'd get right in. I could have worked tonight. It’s a fight weekend and I could have been doing dances in the VIP room all night.” Her voice got higher and shriller, her little tirade ending in a screech.
Meathead Tony jerked his arm away and rounded on her. “Just chill! Okay? Relax. We're getting in.” He turned back to Jake. “We're locals. We come here all the time. Don't you guys take care of locals?”
Jake looked down at him and shook his head. “Sorry, can't help you. I’m just a bouncer.” Jake put on his most apologetic expression and even threw in a helpless little shrug that wasn't at all mocking and insincere. Well it was a little mocking, and probably not very sincere. He opened the velvet rope and addressed the bachelorette party. “Welcome to Illusion ladies. How are you doing this evening? Just let me see some IDs and you can go right in.”
Stripper Barbie let out a gasp of dismay at the thought of some lowly tourists in their tacky matching outfits getting in before her. She smacked Meathead on the shoulder as Jake let in the last of the bachelorette party. He clipped the rope back on the brass stanchion, and walked away as she began to screech again.
Jake's radio crackled to life. “Go slow out there, we're almost at capacity.”
He keyed the mic clipped to his lapel, “Copy that. Slow it is.” Jake passed the word to the hosts. The minimum tip necessary for a line pass went up accordingly. Next, he addressed the mob, his deep voice carrying to the back of the crowd, “Ladies and Gentlemen, can I have your attention please?” He paused for a moment. “We’re nearly at capacity, so we’ll be letting people in slowly. Please stop pushing forward. You're just crowding the people in front of you.”
Faces that had been eager and impatient a few minutes ago now took on panicked or angry expressions. The noise of the crowd swelled as people tried to get the attention of one of the hosts or doormen. They were like a herd that had just spotted a predator. Some ready to fight, others ready to give up, but most of them desperate to do whatever it took to survive, where survival was defined as getting into the packed club. And desperation paid his bills. Smarter patrons held up cash, hoping to catch the attention of Jake or one of the hosts. The really rich ones purchased tables with bottle service for absurd prices. Groups of girls tried to flirt their way in with varying levels of success. Some guests resorted to begging, and were ignored. Some blustered and threatened, vowing to have the job of anyone who denied them. They were met with disdain. A few others committed the gravest of sins, name dropping, or loud queries of, “Do you know who I am?” The staff took great pleasure in rejecting this last group after messing with them as much as time allowed.
One of the hosts pointed out a large group of girls to Jake. They had clearly put a lot of effort into getting ready. Cocktail and club dresses were paired with stiletto heels that most of them would regret wearing by the end of the night. Hair and makeup were perfect. Nails were freshly manicured. No cheap matching t-shirts for this crew. They’d put time and money into looking this good. The tallest one wore a little silver tiara with Happy 21st Birthday across the front of it in curvy red script. He asked for their IDs. Licenses, mostly from Des Moines, Iowa, and a single passport were dug out of huge purses, pulled from tiny clutches and wallets, or retrieved from bras, then shoved forward into his waiting hands. He checked Birthday Girl’s first, pretending to give it extra scrutiny, and giving her his best suspicious scowl. When he grudgingly handed it over his face broke into a welcoming smile, “Happy birthday. Don’t get too crazy in there.” He waved the girls towards the black and silver double doors beside the host's podium. “Straight ahead, through those doors ladies. The cover is $20 each.”
Looks of excitement and cool sophistication quickly turned to outraged dismay. They all began to speak at once. Jake could only make out bits and pieces of what they were saying
“-on the guest list.”
“We're meeting our friend that has a table.”
“It's her birthday.”
“I'm not paying-”
“Everyone has to pay cover,” Jake said. His voice easily cutting through their protests.
The oldest in the group, a petite brunette in a bright yellow dress, asked, “Even girls?”
“Yes, even girls.” Did they think he hadn’t noticed? Their gender was sort of obvious. Especially in some of the lower cut dresses.
“But it's her birthday,” Yellow Dress said, placing her hand on Jake’s arm and giving it that little squeeze which meant: do this and your chances of mating with me are greatly improved. Really. I promise.
Unfortunately for her, this move had been used on Jake far too many times and he was immune to it. “Yeah, the tiara was a bit of a giveaway. Everyone still has to pay cover.”
“But doesn’t she get anything for her birthday?” one of the other girls demanded.
“I wished her happy birthday. Did you want me to sing?” Jake asked.
“But we're girls!”
“We've already established that. Now, you can go in and pay cover or you can back up so I can close this rope.”
Two of the girls drifted forward a little, but the rest stayed rooted in place paralyzed by the idea of paying admission to a nightclub. They stared at him, waiting for him to come to his senses.
Jake tried again. “Ladies I need you to go inside if you are going in.” He made little shooing motions at them. If he ever decided to give up working in clubs he could probably pursue a career herding sheep. Sheep can’t be as difficult as a pack of women scorned. They gave up on trying to stare him into submission and began to talk amongst themselves, trying to decide whether or not to stay. One of the girls who had stepped forward backed up a little, glaring at Jake as if daring him to stop her. One of the hosts waved at him and pointed at a couple a few feet away, so Jake made up their minds for them and said, “OK, back up.” He stretched the rope towards the brass stanchion to hook it back on.
Immediately, all of the girls pushed forward, streaming between Jake and the brass pole. “We're going, we're going.”
After he let the couple in, Jake glanced back at the entrance to the club. Most of the girls from the birthday party were clustered in front of the double doors. Yellow Dress and Birthday Girl were standing beside the host's podium talking to Matt, the senior host. Matt made eye contact with Jake and nodded. Jake walked over in time to hear the end of Yellow Dress' impassioned speech about why they shouldn't pay.
“Okay ladies, I have to ask you step out,” Jake said as he waved the girls towards him.
Yellow Dress turned at his approach. “We're not talking to you, we’re talking to the host.” The tone was less pleading, more annoyed, verging on catty.
“Not anymore you aren't.” He opened a rope and pointed toward the casino. “Out you go.”
Yellow Dress stomped her very uncomfortable looking and no doubt expensive high heel. “We never have to pay to go to clubs back home!”
He could have pointed at the surging crowd behind him and given her a lecture on supply and demand. He could have explained how expensive it is to maintain a popular after-hours nightclub in a Las Vegas casino. He could have engaged her in a discussion of gender privilege as it applies to social activities such as clubbing. He could have pointed out that after spending so much money to fly to Vegas, stay in a hotel, and make themselves presentable it was silly to quibble over another twenty dollars. He could have also inquired as to whether there were other things that their sense of entitlement extended to. Did they expect to eat for free when they went to restaurants? Did they complain at paying the price of admission at movie theaters? He could have done any of these things, but instead he just smiled and said, “Then you should have stayed home.”
Shocked gasps from all of them. En masse, they rushed out through the opening in the ropes. Jake could hear them as they pushed past the edge of the crowd. Some of what they said was addressed to the people waiting in line.
“Come on! We're leaving.”
“This club sucks.”
“You’re an asshole.” That one was probably addressed to him.
“There's probably nothing but sweaty dudes in there.”
“I don't understand why anyone would even want to go here.”
“Only losers would want to go to this club.”
Jake turned to the nearest customers. They had clearly enjoyed the show. “They wanted to come here, does that make them losers? You guys want to come in, right? Does that make you losers? I don't think you're losers. You're winners!” The crowd let out a ragged cheer. Jeers and catcalls followed the angry pack of girls as they stormed away.
One of the cheering crowd members said, “Does that mean we get in now?”
I first heard about Hey Rosetta! when I was living in St. John's. I was invited out to their CD release show having never heard of them before. I was blown away and have been making sure to see them anytime they swing through Nova Scotia. They are a highly entertaining live show and if you live in or near these cities it would be worth checking them out. I think they are touring with Hot Hot Heat (also Canadian).
Some of my favourites of their videos: There's An Arc
- Very fun video for “There’s An Arc” filmed in the lead singer's (Tim) house. I believe it is all one take. Red Heart
- video for “Red Heart” which is one of their more well known tracks I think. It has been on CBC radio 2 a bunch. Red Song
- “Red Song” is not from any album (Their is an EP of it though) but it is just wonderful. Black Heart
- Live video from the Majestic Theatre in St. John's (incidentally where I first saw them play), thanks to Bumblebeeman for mentioning this tune. Olympic Video Essay
- Stephen Brunt’s video essay on Canada’s 2010 Olympic experience (which ends with “Red Heart”).
List of shows in US and a few in Canada:
08/17/2010 - Hotel Cafe, Los Angeles
CA -$8 / 7:00 pm
08/19/2010 - Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco
CA - $15 / 9:00 pm - All Ages - 155 Fell Street San Francisco w/ Hot Hot Heat
08/20/2010 - Velvet Jones, Santa Barbara
CA - $13 / 9:00 pm - 21+ - 423 State Street Santa Barbara w/ Hot Hot Heat
08/21/2010 - Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach
CA - $13 / 9:30 pm - 21+ - 143 S. Cedros Ave Solana Beach w/ Hot Hot Heat
08/22/2010 - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
NV - $15 / 9:30 pm - 21+ - 4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas w/ Hot Hot Heat
08/23/2010 - Martini Ranch, Scottsdale
AZ - $13 / 7:00 pm - All Ages - 7295 E. Stetson Drive Scottsdale w/ Hot Hot Heat
08/24/2010 - The Rock, Tucson
AZ - $13 / 7:00 pm - All Ages - 136 N. Park Tucson w/ Hot Hot Heat
08/26/2010 - The Loft, Dallas
TX - $13 / 8:30 pm - 1135 S. Lamar Dallas w/ Hot Hot Heat
08/27/2010 - Emo's , Austin
TX - $14 / 9:00 pm - All Ages - 603 Red River Austin
08/31/2010 - Masquerade - Hell Stage, Atlanta
GA - $15 / 8:00 pm - All Ages - 695 North Ave. NE w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/01/2010 - The Mercy Lounge, Nashville
TN - $13 / 9:00 pm - 18+ - One Cannery Row Nashville w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/03/2010 - Rock and Roll Hotel, Washington
DC - $15 / 9:30 pm -All Ages - 1353 H St NE Washington w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/04/2010 - Ottobar, Baltimore
MD - $15 / 9:00 pm - All Ages - 2549 N. Howard St. Baltimore w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/05/2010 - North Star Bar, Philadelphia
PA - $15 / 8:30 pm - 21+ - 2639 W. Poplar St. Philadelphia w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/07/2010 - The Bowery Balroom, New York
NY - $15 / 8:00 pm - 18+ - 6 Delancey St. New York w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/08/2010 - The Middle East Downstairs, Cambridge
MA - $15 / 9:00 pm
09/10/2010 - Lincoln Hall, Chicago
IL - $15 / 10:00 pm - 21+ - 2424 N. Lincoln Ave. w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/11/2010 - The Crofoot, Pontiac
MI - $13 / 8:30 pm - All Ages - 1 S. Saginaw Pontiac w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/12/2010 - The Basement, Columbus
OH - $13 / 8:00 pm - All Ages - 391 Neil Avenue Columbus w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/13/2010 - The Rave / Eagles Club, Milwaukee
WI - $13 / 7:00 pm - All Ages - 2401 W. Wisconsin Ave w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/14/2010 - Vaudeville Mews, Des Moines
IA - $13 / 8:00 pm - 21+ - 212 4th Street Des Moines w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/15/2010 - Seventh Street, Minneapolis
MN - $13 / 9:00 pm - 18+ - 29 North 7th Street Minneapolis w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/17/2010 - Bluebird Theater, Denver
CO - $12.75 / 9:00 pm - 16+ - 3317 E. Colfax Ave. Denver w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/18/2010 - Club Sound, Salt Lake City
UT - $15 / 8:00 pm - All Ages 579 W. 200 South Salt Lake City w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/20/2010 - The Empyrean, Spokane
WA - $12 / 7:00 pm - All Ages - 154 S Madison Spokane
09/21/2010 - Chop Suey, Seattle
WA - $13 / 9:00 pm - All Ages - 1325 E. Madison Seattle w/ Hot Hot Heat
09/22/2010 - Someday Lounge, Portland
OR - $ / 9:00 pm
09/24/2010 - Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver
BC $25 / 8:00 pm Tickets $25 + service charges with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
09/25/2010 - Rifflandia Music Festival 3 // Market Square, Victoria
BC - $ / 8:00 pm
09/27/2010 - The Habitat, Kelowna
BC - $ / 8:00 pm - 19+ with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
09/29/2010 Republik, Calgary
AB $20 / 8:00 pm 18+ with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
10/02/2010 Pyramid Cabaret, Winnipeg
MB $25.75 / 8:00 pm 18+ Tickets are $25.75 + service charges with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
10/04/2010 The Wall at Nippising University, North Bay
ON $13.27 / 8:00 pm with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
10/06/2010 The Studio at Hamilton Place, Hamilton
ON $30 / 8:00 pm All Ages Tickets $30 + service charges with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
10/07/2010 Norma Jeans, London
ON $17.50/$20 / 8:00 pm 19+ with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
10/10/2010 Capital Music Hall, Ottawa ON $33.54 / 8:00 pm 19+ with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
10/15/2010 Dagobert, Quebec City
QC $ / 8:00 pm 18+ with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
10/16/2010 Belmont, Montréal
QC $ / 8:00 pm 18+ with Rich Aucoin and Hot Hot Heat
This is their site (I guess that is obvious) - http://www.heyrosetta.com/
I hope some people take the opportunity to go see them, would be good to have some Hey Rosetta! Kool-Aid drinkers on music
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1/1 Kansas City, Mo – The All Star Rock Bar ½ Wichita, KS – The Lizard’s Lounge 1/3 Dallas, TX – Renos Chop shop 1/5 Memphis, TN – Juicy Jims 1/6 Murfreesboro, TN – The Boro 1/7 Sioux City, IA – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino 1/8 Des Moines, IA – Hull Ave Tavern 1/9 Algona, IA – The Afterlife 1/10 Newport, MN – Opinion Brewing Co
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