One Way To Get Rid Of A Hooters
One way to get rid of a Hooters is to have a hurricane come and blow it away. This is what happened in Galveston, Texas with Hurricane Ike.
I got this picture from Wikipedia. I wish I had taken the picture because it is a scene I have walked past twice since Ike. But I did not take the picture.
I can’t recall if the Hooters was located where the there is nothing over the first set of wooden beams, or if it isthe damaged structure behind the beams. I think it is was where there is nothing at all.
There had been place called the Ocean Grill at this spot. It was there for at least 5 or 6 years— Maybe longer. I went there sometimes and sat out on the balcony that overlooked the ocean. It’s so hard to find peace in the world and this was a place I found some peace.
One time I went there and intended to read a book of Martin Luther King sermons while I ate lunch. The hostess noticed my book and made a comment about how it looked interesting. I gave her the book.
I don’t say that to make out like I’m some great guy. It’s just that each time I walked past the Ocean Grill—I visit Galveston from my home in Houston every six or seven weeks—this is what I thought about. I thought about the young woman I had given the book to and about Martin Luther King.
Then the Ocean Grill closed and a Hooters opened up. Oh, how I hated that Hooters.
I’m sorry about all the trouble Hurricane Ike caused. But I am glad the Hooters is gone.