Because of weather, we ended up doing a mini celebration with Booger. Afterwards, Lucy delivered treat bags to her doggy friends in the neighborhood once it stopped raining.
Hooters is well known for its chicken wings, and its ID policy. Anyone who asks for an alcoholic drink has to show ID or they will not be served. Charles Johnson calls the policy specious. He said it lacks real merit. ”I couldn’t find out why they would want to ID me,” said Johnson. Johnson was born 1932.
Recently, he was at the Baymeadows Hooters for lunch and said when he ordered a mixed drink the server asked him to show proof of age. He was not flattered. ”I haven’t been asked for ID since I was 35 years old,” said Johnson, “I am 80 years old.” Johnson said when he called for a manager, the manger was told him that is the policy. ”She said ‘I can’t serve you alcohol, everyone has to be ID’d,’” said Johnson.