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Max and Clarissa always had to be the first to hit the trendiest night spots. Getting up early in the morning meant 2pm. They lived for the (hopeful) thrill and rush of the night scene. They were there on the opening night of the pet shop set Really Wild Kingdom. They sipped cocktails at the Ringaleavio Rumroom’s premiere. They danced into the break of the morning sun at the LLog Cabin: the legendary nightery that lasted a scant 5 days. Located far along the blue trail in Weeping Mulberry State Park, it was quickly silenced by Park Rangers. Not because of the noise; it was closed down because visitors did not want to hike (very hard in heels) to the LLog. Instead they drove or took taxis, which ruined the trails. Max and Clarissa felt they were the pulse of the afterhours. But somehow they missed the unveiling of Sparky’s House of Sparks. Hoping that it was not because they were no longer “in the know”, no longer the couple who knew what was hot, no longer those whose lifestyle was envied. They came the second night flush with delirious expectations. After all, Sparky’s promised “An Electrifying Experience”.