Many social histories tend to collapse most clubs into a single overriding example of "improvement" through civic association; unfortunately, this approach obscures core differences that separates and distinguish clubs like the Wulfshead from the rest. A key difference can be discerned in the clubs' perception and practice of sociability. Sociability naturally takes different forms when practiced by different groups in different settings, and this is particularly the case with the Wulfshead.
Six weeks of winter, what's that compared to the prospect of yet again another four more years of Bush III, whoever that might happen to be this time around, of the two anointed contenders, who'll get to carry on the mantle on December 17, 2012?
The Wulfshead club is a well known watering hole for all the strange and unusual people in the world. And for those just passing through... No one's quite sure exactly where the club itself is located, and the very anonymous management likes to keep it that way, but there are authorized access points at locations all around the world, if you know where to look. And if your name's on the approved list. ~Simon Green, Daemons Are Forever