2021 Jul 14, 5:37pm
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I wouldn't count on avoiding taxes, regulators, licenses, insurance, etc. etc. They will find you, and there are more liabilities than you can possibly imagine.
There is the risk that someone will get drunk there and go out and run over a baby. Maybe the club could be held liable for that.
make sure the !covid! waivers are airtight.
@WookieMan. I'm a Freemason. Most local lodges who own their buildings are set up in a way similar to what you describe. Put together some bylaws and incorporate. Then put the building in the name of the corporation.Frankly, I think you should go for it.
Why not just take turns hosting cocktail parties, with a cover charge?
Covid has fucked a lot of people up. Maybe I want to just hang with my neighbor John Doe after a rough day and not have the wives and kids there. Go shoot some pool that I wouldn't want in my basement anyway, but still enjoy playing.
Build a back yard Freedom Shed.
Is a bar feasible in your town? If not, I wonder if your club would be?
In the 90’s there were a few pool halls in suburbs of LA that were 24 hours and a few more that would(illegally) stay open only to friends of the owners after whatever time they were mandated to close in the various cities they were in.
Too many members and too uppity. I like the idea of having a social club where 20ish people have control,
Electricity, heating, cable, insurance, water, security, $500/month?$5000/Month?
Register it as a church.
And strippers! Gotta have strippers.
I need to be off site I guess. The kids can't drive. The wife wouldn't drive and would just text.
I noticed you did not say "female" strippers.......
Didn't think I had to. But I noticed you think I should have. Didn't know you swung that way, @HeadSet . I shall keep that in mind.