if that’s the case,
you get that? Uh… About ten. Jon:How many people
did you pour liquor– into their mouths last night?
– Half the whole bar. You didn’t even have
to sell a drinkto make money last night,
did you?Come here, shake your ass,
give away his booze, and leave with your money. – What’s your name?
–Nini.– What do you do
when you’re here?
– Bartend. I try to clean up
as much as possible. How many drinks did you
give away last night? I gave away two free drinks
and two free Jell-O shots. How do you feel when you see
all this going on? It’s really sad. Everybody just parties,
and nobody cares. I wanna do the best
that I can for them. Why? What is your
relationship with them? They’re my brother and sister. It’s my niece
that gets involved. I don’t want her
to get hurt in the end. This is for her. – It really does hurt me.
– This is a family crisis. This is more than a bar,
right?What do you want
to say to them?I love everybody, you know,
but it has to change. It may not be easy, but we
all have to do it for them.We all have to do it
together,I want you guys to see the true impact
of your thievery. I put a system in here
called Partender. Partender measures the amount
of alcohol in every bottle. Over the last three days, you sold $3,750
worth of liquor. The losses…
$11,000 you gave away. It is so obnoxious.
It is so over-the-top. It is so offensive.I can’t even
( bleep ) believeI’m even seeing
these numbers, Vin.You better do
your ( bleep ) joband not lean on me
to do it for you.Vin, help me, man! This has to stop. I want you to act
like a goddamn owner! You ( bleep )
fire someone now!