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  1. Nov 19, 2013 · Nov. 21, 2013 -- intro: People head to their local watering holes to let loose, blow off steam, knock a few back, get their drink on, but you might want to think twice before paying $10 for that second vodka-cranberry. Because whoever has the alcohol is in control, and the man behind the bar could be ripping you off.

  2. Print and download Bartender sheet music by Lady A. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in B Minor (transposable). Insufficient Pro Credits Add 3 credits for only $11.99 Add to Cart Cancel

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  4. a the door was locked so i kicked it in d she was trippin on the bills a i think she was high on some pills g she threw my s**t out into the yard a then she called me a bum and slapped me real hard d and in my drunkin stooper a i did what i should of never done g now i'm sittin here talking to you a drunk and on the run chorus: d i'm …

  5. Aug 16, 2017 · Sometimes bartenders do the “long pour.” This is when they purposely hold the liquor bottle high and pour. While it may look like a cool bar trick, the long pour actually creates the illusion of more liquor raining into the cup. In a situation like this, you're not getting any more than a regular shot, you could even be getting a less.

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  7. Apr 24, 2021 · This method of theft is very easy to pull off in front of unsuspecting customers, and bartenders can easily make an additional $20.00 – $30.00 per shift. Or much more. This can easily add up to over $100.00 per week. It doesn’t work all the time, or, I should say, the opportunity doesn’t arise to steal for every customer.

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