Qld. One gig I was booked for was recent and after the segregation decrees were brought in by our communist criminal governments.
The Publican, also a "pure blood" said that if I was game I could still do it.
Of course I was still game.
So I did it. Only problem is, no one is going to the pubs in any great number because a lot less people have been jabbed than the lying gov-media try to tell us. And their jabbed friends are refusing to be good Nazis and show their papers.
Oh well. Hardly anyone in the pub.
This pub is of course, not complying but others are, so the compliance of others is also killing other pubs including their own.
Any business complying with these "mandates" are willingly helping the government kill their business.
They are that thick they haven't even worked out that the end result is exactly what the government desires.
The blind naivety of Australians, even small business owners who actually believe the government is full of good intentions toward them is astounding. WW1 WW2 and WW3 (the great gaslighting) War by digital global propaganda.
Accidentally I found, just round the corner, a little obscure place that serves Coopers Premium Lager, which is a very fine drink. Was with a total compliance friend so we are complete opposites. "2 schooners of that" says I. But they wanted you know what. Which they got 1 of. I would probably have had a few and made a nice little contribution to their evening' takings. So very politely I said "no" and left. My compliant mate said he hadn't realised the number of hoops he was accidentally jumping through. But he's in and can't get out. I shall give them one more very polite chance to sell me some fine beer. Popular venues on the GC suddenly less popular, it's as you say.
Been living here for a year and surrounded by small eateries (all going bust). Doesn't look like a place for a drink but only place open. Been socialising at a more obvious venue with a happy hour so that was the incentive, but closed. So, yes, an accidental eureka moment. Probably have a look again in the next few days. Coopers Premium Lager is almost as good as the Coopers home brew lager I used to make. Almost. Will report back on my further criminality if they serve me next time.