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new niteclub demographic?

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by random512, Nov 5, 2014.

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  1. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    Hello, I'm getting back into niteclubs after several years away. I was at xs on Friday and noticed a new demographic that I didn't see several years ago. I saw 2 packs of short Indian guys. They were pretty aggressive towards the ladies too. When did this niteclub demographic start to emerge in the u.s. (west/west coast) and vegas specifically?
     
  2. bswim

    bswim High-Roller

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    You saw 2 groups and you think it's now a trend?
     
  3. CosmoGold

    CosmoGold Low-Roller

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    Don't you understand how statistics work in America? This isn't just a trend, it's an EPIDEMIC!
     
  4. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    so is it not a trend of something you see occasionally?
     
  5. Electroguy563

    Electroguy563 Over-Fried Gambler

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    College crowds. Young professionals. Working class. Retired people. Blue collar. White collar. To me these are examples of demographics I would think pertains to nightclubs.

    Why are you concerned about "2 groups of short, Indian guys"? Why does this matter? To me, who cares? So what if they were aggressive to the ladies. You're in a nightclub, no?
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I am not even sure what demographic you're referring to? Indian-Americans? Short people? Dudes who aggressively hit on women? If its one of the first two, why do you care (even if its a trend)? And if its the last one, I think we all know dudes have been hitting on women in clubs since, well, forever
     
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    lasvegas_limo_driver Vegas Guru at Infinity

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    You always have foreign groups that think either their money can buy any women or they can talk and treat women however. I have seen that since studio 54 days
     
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    Hobofrank Prime Minister of Idiocracy

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    Studio 54???...are you father time? LOL
     
  9. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    dude you've been clubbin for generations!
     
  10. jon_vegas

    jon_vegas Low-Roller

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    you see that in all groups. not just foreign ones.
     
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    The ratio of men to women in the Asian group is skewed very heavily in the US
     
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    smaller animals tend to hunt in packs
     
  13. Chuck2009x

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    If you start seeing packs of 6 foot 8 Indian guys, we may have to look into it.
     
  14. Kickin

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    LOL yeah a group of really tall indian dudes might be a rarity, but saying "short indian" is a bit redundant. :poke:

    I don't know why it would be different out there, here in NY seeing groups of indian guys and girls at the top clubs is normal. Same with other Asian groups, basically any group where you have a lot of young professionals.
     
  15. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    hahaha
     
  16. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    foreign born indians and muslims tend to be more traditional to their culture than other foreign born cultures. there are one offs of course. in ny/nj you are much more likely to hear an indian with a us accent than in any other part of the country meaning that they are more enculturated.
     
  17. Kickin

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    I don't even know how to respond to this because it comes across like you're so oblivious to reality. Its the type of thing you hear from people who know nothing outside of their small monoculture town, which is a bit unusual for this board.
     
  18. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    don't overthink it kickin - locals tend to act more like locals
     
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    I dispute this statement. You can't tell me that one foreign born culture is "more traditional" than any other because it is simply not true, from my experience interacting with people from many different types of "foreign born cultures".
     
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    Lol. This guy cracks me up.

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