A few weeks ago I posted about “that guy” who is so damaged by ladies nights that he feels compelled to waste the time and resources of society to enrich himself. It isn’t that I just find him a dispicable idiot as my last post was aptly titled. There is just something very wrong with a person that makes of mockery of the system and then doesn’t even have the decency to put forth a compelling argument for why he is such a horses ass. Earlier today, Steve responded to that last post with this comment:
Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha. I am so overwhelmed with joy and satisfaction after reading the above comments. Anytime I’m able to shove the burr of patriotism under the saddles of the idiots,cowards,and bastards it just absolutely makes my day. Thank you idiots,cowards,and bastards.And, for an important update,last week I finally won two back to back ladies’night settlements in Denver county court.Next stop: District Court where the big bucks are paid out for civil rights violations.I’ll be laughing all the way to the bank after I find myself discriminated by some national chain…I’m on the lookout for that ripe and juicy (emphasis mine) sexist and self-serving bar and/or nightclub.Steve Horner from stevehornerbooks.com.
Just to check the veracity of his claim, I went to Westword and found this from last Thursday:
We certainly did not agree with his position,” (Rockies spokesman Jay) Alves says. That’s because the Rockies will extend the ladies’ night deal of a voucher to a free game to anyone who asks for it — and when Horner initially complained to the team’s management this summer, he was not only sent two vouchers, but also a baseball signed by Matt Holliday. . . Horner did not appreciate the gesture, instead equating it with a “certain degree of payola.” And at one point, he left this message for Rockies general counsel Hal Roth: “Well, anyhow, I think I would be a phony if I didn’t file some kind of charge against you folks, and I think I’ll just go through the, you know, I’ll go through the tax-paid trail of filing with the Commissioner of Civil Rights here in Colorado and, um, you know, they are a bunch of phonies, too…unless, of course, the person happens to be black, crippled, Jew, in a wheelchair or gay and lesbian. But I don’t fit any of those.”
In Steve Horner-land, everyone is an idiot, or a coward, or a phonie. . . except for Steve. And what better way to judge the monikers of this upstanding citizen except by his own actions.
He recently tried to enroll at the University of Denver Women’s College, was denied because classes there are “just for women,” he was told, and filed a complaint with the feds. Although that complaint was dismissed, Horner plans to file another one at the state level. And in the meantime, he’s looking for a target that’s “ripe and juicy,” (sound familiar?)he says. “Probably a national player with deep pockets that, with these Denver County wins, I can take to Denver District Court. People can say I’m going for the money or going for the throat, but I’m just going for what’s right,” he concludes.
Since Steve is reading this site, I invite him to come on here and make a legitimate argument as to why he thinks he has been wronged by ladies night promotions. I would also encourage him to press his claim that he is actually working on behalf of societal interests by his actions and not using these promotions as a leach uses its host.