Thursday, October 28, 2004

Foreign Delegation Scolded
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana - Several members of a foreign delegation visiting the Indianapolis Training Center were rebuked this Thursday when the training center leadership discovered the delegates drinking on the 13th Floor.

"This is very disappointing," said a training center leader. "We spend a lot of money bringing these foreign visitors here to train them in godly character. It is a very poor example for the ATI students to have foreign leaders getting smashed in our facility."

The leadership decided to move the delegates to a Prayer Room where they could contemplate their misdeeds. A public apology to the staff will also be required. The confiscated liquor was poured down a sink by a trusted member of the kitchen staff.

"To offend the staff of this most excellent training center we did not want," said one of the delegates. "To Mr. Gothard's health we were drinking. This is a most respectful gesture performed with all sincerity."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

ha ha ha! oh pretty good one... in all seriousness, it _almost_ seems like it could happen... I don't think they would really do that to adults, *prayer room*, but - they've done it to adults over the age of 23 or so, so why not?!
'To Mr. Gothard's health we were drinking'?! Ha ha ha!!!
...well, i also liked the part where it said "a trusted member of the kitchen staff." LOL Yeah that was pretty good.

11:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's ironic about this is that before Mr. Gothard bought ITC, when it was a hotel, there used to be a bar/lounge on the 13th floor. One night when I was doing security a couple out of town guys rung the front doorbell and told us they were there to visit the 13th floor bar. We told them unfortunantly the bar was gone, as was the hotel, which made them pissed since they had driven over just to drink. Another time, when they had the infamous Governers Conference at Indy, a couple of the Goveners and their aides were quite preturbed to find that there was no bar in the hotel they could go and relax at after the day long sessions. I've heard from the original construction crew that there supposedly was a mini-bar where the front desk now stands. They had to pour all the leftover booze down the kitchen drains when they remodeled it. What a waste : )

7:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

**They had to pour all the leftover booze down the kitchen drains when they remodeled it. What a waste : )**

Couldn't sell it or give it away, huh? So much for the character quality of *Resourcefulness.* ; )

8:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's sad is that your sarcasm is partly true. I know from someone who used to house delegations from other countries that the people in the delegations would leave behind tons of empty liquor bottles. They would also use most of their time to go shopping, as they didn't have to pay for their airfare.

1:19 PM  

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