Why you didn't lose Wrigley tickets to "Scalpers"
Not only does stubhub show you how many sections have ZERO tickets available, more than any Cubs game ever, but this rethread http://community.pearljam.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=167407 proves it. Since last night over 50 people added there position to the map, yet less than 10 responded to the thread. Why, because some people, like me for 12 years, only came on the forum to view stuff, never really responding. I'm not a math major but based on this thread posted above just since last night, like only 18% of 10club members post on here. So when everyone was bitching about losing tickets to scalpers (still less than 1,400 on stubhub out of 42,000 plus tickets out there) they should have been connecting the dots that there are a lot of Pearl Jam fans out there that maybe just don't care to view the forum everyday. Hell I've written over 50% of my posts in the last 2 years and I've been viewing posts here since 1999. Oh and Inside Job is a fucking amazing song.
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