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Fat-girl-nightclub hungry for trouble

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If you are a "large lady" or "one of the men who loves them", the odds are that you've already heard of Club Moxie, located on the Redondo Beach Pier. For the rest of you who haven't had the opportunity to familiarize yourself, it is a night club that caters to obese chicks, and has a bunch of thuggy chubby-chasers who go there and stir up trouble for our fine beach city.

Because I live a few blocks away, and because I have gone down into that night club and boogied with the best of them... I have a unique opinion on the recent trouble that has been bitten off. Apparently, last weekend Moxie's had a fight that spilled into the streets, and I heard at least ten million cop cars drive up like they just found Osama.

Yeah that sucks that these knuckle-heads come into our city and have no respect, and call officers away from dealing with drunk drivers just to break up a fight over fatties.

But yeah thats cool that the ladies have their sanctuary. They deserve an oceanside night club with all-you-can-eat ribs, if that's what they REALLY want.

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Redondo Beach is going to review their licenses and such very soon, and, with all sincerity, I think solving the problem is a piece of cake, and that the city can offer a deal that Club Moxie can swallow.

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