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Sunday, June 21, 2009

Bio-resonace Ad hoc study on NY Bars

Currently we have three bars being treated radionically as a test. I started about 2 months ago to watch the progress of the establishments. Two, I go to quite frequently since I live relatively close and know the owners a bit.
Last night, was in the primary bar, St. Dymphnas on St. Marks, the place was filled. It is Saturday night after-all in the summer on a rainy weekend. The noise level was fairly loud, at the time the place was filled mostly with guys. I stayed for one beer and decided to go next door to Bua, which is not being treated.
The people in Bua, were all standing around posing which is typical for a hipster bar. Nothing was happening and the energy was quite low. The most remarkable thing was that they had actually lowered the price of a tap beer to $5 from $6. This was quite remarkable to me, because the price of a tap beer has been $6 for a few years now. The depression, I mean recession apparently was hurting BUA quite dramatically and there answer was to lower the price of their staple product.
I went to Niagra next on 7th and Ave A and there the price for an tap import was also $5, the same reduction. St. Dymphna's does not have this problem as I was talking to the owner Eric and he was just there as a bystander having come back from Disney world on a family vacation. There business has actually increased over the last two months. This has also happened at Lunasa around the corner, which was on the verge of going out of business before their business has picked up as well over the last two months. If you are a bar owner and you would like to try boosting your business, the price is currently dirt cheap at $50 per month. There is no obligation, it is a month to month.

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