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  • kdiddykdiddy Posts: 666
    edited August 19
    jwhjr17 said:
    I was made aware of a "Marketing meeting" regarding Pearl Jam at a location in MN last week by a friend of mine.  Unfortunately he wasn't attending it, but it points to something in the works I'm guessing.
    Iiiinteresting. They had an exclusive with Target for Backspacer.. are they at it again? Does your friend work at Target HQ? I do but I don't have anyone on the music team.. hmmmmmm
  • evenflow82evenflow82 Posts: 3,521
    As long as they play a show in Minnesota, I would be happy.  356 pages and closing in on 11,000 responses. :-)
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  • jwhjr17jwhjr17 Posts: 1,426
    kdiddy said:
    jwhjr17 said:
    I was made aware of a "Marketing meeting" regarding Pearl Jam at a location in MN last week by a friend of mine.  Unfortunately he wasn't attending it, but it points to something in the works I'm guessing.
    Iiiinteresting. They had an exclusive with Target for Backspacer.. are they at it again? Does your friend work at Target HQ? I do but I don't have anyone on the music team.. hmmmmmm
    Works for a completely unrelated company to anything entertainment.  The room they were in had the meeting listed next.
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  • kstkst Posts: 214
    jwhjr17 said:
    kdiddy said:
    jwhjr17 said:
    I was made aware of a "Marketing meeting" regarding Pearl Jam at a location in MN last week by a friend of mine.  Unfortunately he wasn't attending it, but it points to something in the works I'm guessing.
    Iiiinteresting. They had an exclusive with Target for Backspacer.. are they at it again? Does your friend work at Target HQ? I do but I don't have anyone on the music team.. hmmmmmm
    Works for a completely unrelated company to anything entertainment.  The room they were in had the meeting listed next.
    Now that is a classic source for a rumor! Love it!
  • on2legson2legs The Jersey ShorePosts: 8,362
    jwhjr17 said:
    kdiddy said:
    jwhjr17 said:
    I was made aware of a "Marketing meeting" regarding Pearl Jam at a location in MN last week by a friend of mine.  Unfortunately he wasn't attending it, but it points to something in the works I'm guessing.
    Iiiinteresting. They had an exclusive with Target for Backspacer.. are they at it again? Does your friend work at Target HQ? I do but I don't have anyone on the music team.. hmmmmmm
    Works for a completely unrelated company to anything entertainment.  The room they were in had the meeting listed next.
    He should have done a George Costanza and left a briefcase behind with a recorder going in it.  And then came back later to retrieve the “forgotten” briefcase.  


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  • JW269453JW269453 Lubbock, TXPosts: 32
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
  • pjl44pjl44 Posts: 3,778
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.

  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 1,275
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.

    Both sides lol
  • darwinstheorydarwinstheory LaPorte, INPosts: 3,125
    eboweddie said:
    A shut mouth catches no flies!!!! :)
    We're all already caught, and he freaking knows it.
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  • IndifferenceIndifference Posts: 2,367
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.


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  • MayDay10MayDay10 Posts: 10,048
    edited August 20
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
    False equivalency is what got us a reality show Bond villain cartoon character as President of the US, and a scheming, unbending turtle monster as the second most powerful person.  

    I'm not a democrat, and there are major faults within that party, but come on. 

    *Not that I necessarily agree with the statement in question without data 
    Post edited by MayDay10 on
  • given2fly23given2fly23 Evanston, ILPosts: 4,788
    jwhjr17 said:
    kdiddy said:
    jwhjr17 said:
    I was made aware of a "Marketing meeting" regarding Pearl Jam at a location in MN last week by a friend of mine.  Unfortunately he wasn't attending it, but it points to something in the works I'm guessing.
    Iiiinteresting. They had an exclusive with Target for Backspacer.. are they at it again? Does your friend work at Target HQ? I do but I don't have anyone on the music team.. hmmmmmm
    Works for a completely unrelated company to anything entertainment.  The room they were in had the meeting listed next.
    Holy shit that's cool. I would've pulled a Costanza and "forgotten" my phone in the room. 
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  • pjl44pjl44 Posts: 3,778
    MayDay10 said:
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
    False equivalency is what got us a reality show Bond villain cartoon character as President of the US, and a scheming, unbending turtle monster as the second most powerful person.  

    I'm not a democrat, and there are major faults within that party, but come on. 

    *Not that I necessarily agree with the statement in question without data 
    I would lay more blame at the feet of a very thin Democrat primary field that resulted in a very unpopular candidate who ran a very flawed campaign. Rather than blaming a logical fallacy anyway. 
  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 1,275
    pjl44 said:
    MayDay10 said:
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
    False equivalency is what got us a reality show Bond villain cartoon character as President of the US, and a scheming, unbending turtle monster as the second most powerful person.  

    I'm not a democrat, and there are major faults within that party, but come on. 

    *Not that I necessarily agree with the statement in question without data 
    I would lay more blame at the feet of a very thin Democrat primary field that resulted in a very unpopular candidate who ran a very flawed campaign. Rather than blaming a logical fallacy anyway. 


    How about blaming the mess on the citizens of a country who can dismiss out of hand someone who might be the best candidate because of his sexual preference 

    #itsusnotthem
  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 1,275
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.


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  • pjl44pjl44 Posts: 3,778
    pjl44 said:
    MayDay10 said:
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
    False equivalency is what got us a reality show Bond villain cartoon character as President of the US, and a scheming, unbending turtle monster as the second most powerful person.  

    I'm not a democrat, and there are major faults within that party, but come on. 

    *Not that I necessarily agree with the statement in question without data 
    I would lay more blame at the feet of a very thin Democrat primary field that resulted in a very unpopular candidate who ran a very flawed campaign. Rather than blaming a logical fallacy anyway. 


    How about blaming the mess on the citizens of a country who can dismiss out of hand someone who might be the best candidate because of his sexual preference 

    #itsusnotthem
    Are you talking about Buttigieg?
  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 1,275
    pjl44 said:
    pjl44 said:
    MayDay10 said:
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
    False equivalency is what got us a reality show Bond villain cartoon character as President of the US, and a scheming, unbending turtle monster as the second most powerful person.  

    I'm not a democrat, and there are major faults within that party, but come on. 

    *Not that I necessarily agree with the statement in question without data 
    I would lay more blame at the feet of a very thin Democrat primary field that resulted in a very unpopular candidate who ran a very flawed campaign. Rather than blaming a logical fallacy anyway. 


    How about blaming the mess on the citizens of a country who can dismiss out of hand someone who might be the best candidate because of his sexual preference 

    #itsusnotthem
    Are you talking about Buttigieg?


    Yep. Most ppl I know who are not into politics all say the same thing about him:

    "Mayor Pete seems to be very smart and a great communicator but the country is not ready to see potus kiss a man."

    And I live in a top 5 blue state.
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  • pjl44pjl44 Posts: 3,778
    pjl44 said:
    pjl44 said:
    MayDay10 said:
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
    False equivalency is what got us a reality show Bond villain cartoon character as President of the US, and a scheming, unbending turtle monster as the second most powerful person.  

    I'm not a democrat, and there are major faults within that party, but come on. 

    *Not that I necessarily agree with the statement in question without data 
    I would lay more blame at the feet of a very thin Democrat primary field that resulted in a very unpopular candidate who ran a very flawed campaign. Rather than blaming a logical fallacy anyway. 


    How about blaming the mess on the citizens of a country who can dismiss out of hand someone who might be the best candidate because of his sexual preference 

    #itsusnotthem
    Are you talking about Buttigieg?


    Yep. Most ppl I know who are not into politics all say the same thing about him:

    "Mayor Pete seems to be very smart and a great communicator but the country is not ready to see potus kiss a man."

    And I live in a top 5 blue state.
    Man, I don't know. He's doing pretty well, relatively. Consistently polling top 4 or 5. And this is a guy no one knew a year ago who is mayor of a mid-ish sized city. Not sure how to address these people you're speaking with but consider that the only people polling ahead of him are:

    Former VP
    US Senator and primary runner-up in 2016
    US Senator 
    US Senator 
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    Quick, somebody make up a rumor and save us from the politics. 
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  • given2fly23given2fly23 Evanston, ILPosts: 4,788
    edited August 20
    pjl44 said:
    pjl44 said:
    pjl44 said:
    MayDay10 said:
    JW269453 said:
    Mike D88 said:
    hihobibo said:
    Noload said:
    I think they will spread out at least to some swing states leading up to Trump's re-election. :o
    Sounds good for me. Hit up the same 4 cities from 2016!

    Image result for florida voting map results
    This map also describes the parts of Florida that contribute to the economy vs. the red ones that don't.
    I'm not a registered voter and dropped social media a few years back to distance myself from all of the political banter, but the ignorance of this comment amazes me. The 2 party system is a joke and only creates this way of thinking. If you believe that one side over the other has our best interests in mind then you are doing exactly what they want you to do, picking a side and creating division. People cheer for their political party as if it was their favorite sports team. I wish people would wake up and see we are more alike than different, but when I see the brain washing our society imposes on itself by only rooting for their "side" it doesn't look very promising. I'll hope for a path towards unity in 2020, because our streets are overflowing with political sheep. A Pearl Jam tour would be icing on the cake. Peace and love.
    False equivalency is what got us a reality show Bond villain cartoon character as President of the US, and a scheming, unbending turtle monster as the second most powerful person.  

    I'm not a democrat, and there are major faults within that party, but come on. 

    *Not that I necessarily agree with the statement in question without data 
    I would lay more blame at the feet of a very thin Democrat primary field that resulted in a very unpopular candidate who ran a very flawed campaign. Rather than blaming a logical fallacy anyway. 


    How about blaming the mess on the citizens of a country who can dismiss out of hand someone who might be the best candidate because of his sexual preference 

    #itsusnotthem
    Are you talking about Buttigieg?


    Yep. Most ppl I know who are not into politics all say the same thing about him:

    "Mayor Pete seems to be very smart and a great communicator but the country is not ready to see potus kiss a man."

    And I live in a top 5 blue state.
    Man, I don't know. He's doing pretty well, relatively. Consistently polling top 4 or 5. And this is a guy no one knew a year ago who is mayor of a mid-ish sized city. Not sure how to address these people you're speaking with but consider that the only people polling ahead of him are:

    Former VP
    US Senator and primary runner-up in 2016
    US Senator 
    US Senator 
    Exactly. I think he's great, and some may think the country isn't ready, but I would've never bet that we were ready to elect a minority POTUS either by I was thrilled to be proven wrong. JFC, that was only 11 years ago. Hard to believe. 

    As far as the "both sides" nonsense goes...one side is actively trying to destroy democracy (voter suppression, destruction of norms and separation of powers, in bed with the enemy) and the other side is fighting for these things as well as health care, education, environment and opportunity equality, but both sides are the same?

    Give me a break. 
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  • mfc2006mfc2006 PDX--->KCPosts: 31,997
    JimmyV said:
    Quick, somebody make up a rumor and save us from the politics. 
    Red Rocks and The Gorge need to happen. 
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  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 12,760
    mfc2006 said:
    JimmyV said:
    Quick, somebody make up a rumor and save us from the politics. 
    Red Rocks and The Gorge need to happen. 
    Why the Gorge hasn't happened since 2006 is a mystery that may never be solved.
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  • RT85129RT85129 Posts: 53
    Atlanta needs to happen as well.   One show since 2003 and it was a festival!
  • mfc2006mfc2006 PDX--->KCPosts: 31,997
    RT85129 said:
    Atlanta needs to happen as well.   One show since 2003 and it was a festival!
    Same for Houston. I hope those cities that have missed out for a long time all get shows.
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  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 19,868
    New York and philly as well. Three years plus is a long time.  
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me......
  • bbiggsbbiggs Posts: 3,615
    FFS...18 new messages and 15 are political. Did this thread get secretly moved to AMT? 

    So, how about those PEARL JAM TOUR rumors? 
  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 12,760
    edited August 20
    mcgruff10 said:
    New York and philly as well. Three years plus is a long time.  
    Thoughts and prayers for New York and Philly.  ;)
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  • PJNBPJNB New BrunswickPosts: 4,907
    mcgruff10 said:
    New York and philly as well. Three years plus is a long time.  
    Aside from my destination shows wishlist those two are at the top of my list that I want to make. I would love to follow them around and do a whole east coast tour but you and I know that isn't happening lol. 
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  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 12,760
    I'd like to see some eastern cities they haven't played since 2003-2006 get shows, like Albany and Saratoga. They haven't been back to Montreal since 2011. 
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