i live in sc and they are all over the place...shirts, stickers, license plate frames...doesn't mississippi or some state actually have it as part of their state flag?
there's gonna be assholes and ppl who are just there b/c it's a show to go to in most cases. at the hershey 03 show the group sitting behind me kept getting up every 15 or so min for another beer and at one point one of the girls exclaimed 'not another new one!' and i think they only played like 3 new songs...
the upstate, about 30 miles south of greenville
as long as a person isn't knocking into me or being lour and obnoxious i tune everyone out, the 'another new one?' comment caught me offguard as the only new ones they played were help, help, get right and thumbing my way...unless you count some binaural stuff as 'new'...but overall i could care less the experience or lack of one some stranger has.
I have been to dozens of shows at the Tweeter Center and have never seen a Confederate flag in the parking lot.
Who the fuck cares if people are playing beer pong and enjoying themselves. Maybe you should lighten up a little.
People do not go to shows to hear Eddie talk about politics or get enlightened on the issues. I agree with what Eddie says but I dont value his opinion over any other random persons. He is a rock star, not a politician.
hershey '03 was the cleanest place with the coolest people that i've been to. it was in the hershey park area, with a lot of security. and the dudes we met that day were really cool. and also the wild turkey was flowing through my system that day. good times,...
HAHA! That is hilarious. Hershey Park was a DUMP! (Once you got in the stadium). I've never smelled so many different foul stenches. But we partied so hard and did meet some fun folks so it wasn't a thang.
i was really drunk, but i don't remember it being a dump. maybe i was more intoxicated than i thought i was.