Gut Rumbles
 

June 25, 2004

hissy-fit

I wouldn't want to join any club that didn't want me as a member. The entire purpose of having a private "club" in the first place is so that people, who pay THEIR OWN MONEY to be there, can consort with other people that they want to be around. That's why it's a private club and that's why it costs money to join.

Yeah... those standards exist to keep the riff-raff out. The rules are prejudiced and unfair. People who join such clubs can be real assholes.

If that's true, why would you sue to get into the place?

B. Birgit Koebke golfs alone because no one at her country club will play with her. She hits the links late in the day to avoid running into hostile club members. If a group of golfers happens to be ahead of her, they don't let her play through. "I just sit there and wait," she says. "They've made it impossible for me to enjoy the club."

Does she resign from the club and tell the members to kiss her ass? NO! Of course not! She sues to gain membership privileges for her lesbian partner.

I don't understand this kind of thinking. It seems to go like this: I knew the rules when I joined. Now I don't like the rules. Nobody in the club will change the rules to suit ME. Therefore, I must sue to FORCE them to change to suit ME.

Why don't the loving lesbians just try THIS?

At Bernardo Heights, Judy Stillman says she and her husband enjoyed golfing with Koebke when they joined about three years ago, not knowing about the conflict.

But after their first game, she says, "quite a few people told us that if we ever played golf with her again, we wouldn't have a friend in the club."

"My answer to that was we wouldn't want to consider having them as friends anyway," she says. She and her husband quit the club.

She and her husband quit the club. Imagine that. She and her husband didn't like the way people acted at the club, so they took their money and went elsewhere. That's... that's OUTRAGEOUS! Why quit the club when a hissy-fit and a lawsuit would have been much more appropriate? Man, a good hissy-fit and a lawsuit can bend EVERY MEMBER OF THAT CLUB to YOUR will, if you get the case in front of the right judge.

That's the entire point of this affair, isn't it? I am going to MAKE YOU do it MY WAY!!! Self-important butt-rags. Who died and told those two that the sun rose and set in their asses?

I hope they win. The club certainly will welcome them with open arms after that.

Comments

There's something wrong when clubs can't handpick members.

I would extend that right even to racial groups. If a bunch of black women or white men prefer the company of "their own kind," for a few hours a week, who are we to interfere?

"Cilvil Rights" in 2004 are a facade for Civil War.

Posted by: horse with no-- on June 25, 2004 06:49 PM

It would serve the ladies right if they sued and won. Then, when the rest of the membership resigns, they get stuck with the entire assessment to repair every green on the course.

Posted by: Ralph Gizzip on June 25, 2004 07:24 PM

The only way they will let her play thru now, is if she is driving a tank. But she has the option of suing every foursome for not letting her play thru.

Posted by: Jim Thomas on June 25, 2004 07:36 PM

She ought to try letting the other members watch hot lesbo action in the shower room. That'll bring 'em around!

Posted by: Jim on June 25, 2004 08:29 PM

haha!

Posted by: DeoDuce on June 25, 2004 09:13 PM

"Who died and told those two that the sun rose and set in their asses? "

Lawyers

Fuck them and feed them beans.

Posted by: wes jackson on June 26, 2004 01:17 AM

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