Memoirs of a Bouncer: The Real Men in Black

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AuthorHouse, Jun 30, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages

You will be reading real scenarios to give you a flavor of what has happened, both positive and negative, in the club scene.

The book is divided into four sections; (1) Bouncers, which provides useful background information on who we are; (2) Players, which identifies who the people are that provide the variety of roles of support to you in the night life world, (3) Things you need to know, which gives you important guidelines to follow when you enter the bouncing scene from the beginning to the end of your evening, and last but not least (4) Memoirs, which discusses the things that can occur in and outside the normal guidelines of our world.

 

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Contents

Bouncers
1
Background
9
Players
17
Owners Managers and Their Staff
30
Promoters
51
Blue Warrior Interaction
61
Things You Need To Know
71
VIPs Reservations and Guest Lists
84
All Exits Are Final
170
You Dont Have To Go Home
176
Memoirs
181
Do You Really Dig Me?
182
For Real Relationships
190
ADamsel In Distress
195
Its Your Pusher Man
201
Get A Room
206

Tipping Before and After and How To Approach
96
Things You Just Dont Want To Do
103
Come on Down
116
Who Are The Hunters?
124
The Door Is Closed
131
Female Extractions A Sensitive Subject
139
Oh Youre Leaving The Only Question Is?
149
The Bum Rush
153
Code Red
158
The Wind Down
166
Risqué Encounters
210
Just Defusing the Situation
216
Im Not That Drunk
223
Just Go Home
228
Feeding Frenzy
232
Are You Sure That Were Done?
238
Wish I Had A Camera
242
Bouncer Blues
246
Were Out
254
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

I have been a Bouncer in the game for over twenty-five years, providing executive security for major artists and corporate executives in cities all over the United States. I have also done all aspects of bouncing work for clubs, lounges and restaurants of all types in the New York tri-state area.

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