“And hipsters were all over the place. It was before Galapagos opened and before Crazy Josh decided to take on a native Brooklynite and start a war. It was when I met the world. And it was when I first met Todd Conway. He couldn't have been more than 28 or 29 at the time, but he was already a legend in his first 1 1/2 years in Brooklyn. He'd just walk in Barcade and everybody who worked the room went wild. He'd give a doorman an i-Pod just for opening the door. He'd give hundreds of fedora hats to the dealers and guys who ran the games. The bartender got a link to his MySpace Page just for keeping the Pabst Blue Ribbon cold. ”An excerpt from “Douchefellas”, a very funny article from Die Hipster.com. Go see, now!