I started exactly at 12 to purchase tickets for 4/25 at the Garden.
After about an hour I gave up.
Now there are a ton of tickets on StubHub. How did they get in?
It really pisses me off that I didn't get tickets and the people who did
a-are not going and
b-are making a profit selling their tix.
Anyone else feeling that?
the on-line pre sale process was not user friendly. i got kicked off several times and when i was finally granted access i paid 96.00 per ticket. i'm glad the band was able to contain costs in this time of econom ic downturn
I'm wondering about a show in Canada , think it will happen ???
i would come down to the states , but they won't let me :(
The search function seems really broken.
Searching on a simple keyword (e.g. pitch) yields a bunch of hits. Each hit shows an excerpt of the post that contains the keyword. So far so good. Now, if I click on the link to view the entire post that contained the keyword match I'm simply taken to the thread that contained the post instead of being taken to the actual post. The link doesn't even take me to the *page* within the thread that contains the post.
A given thread may have a dozen pages with a hundred posts in total. I guess I have to slog through each page of the thread using the search function in my browser to try and find the actual post that your search engine showed me an excerpt of. Am I missing something or is the search function as useless as it appears to be?
for your patience!
Sending out waves of good vibes and volumes of appreciation to Jonathon and marye and all those those behind the green curtain. Thank you for all your efforts. You can feel the magic everywhere, and without your efforts during the past few weeks this would not be happening. Take a minute and pat yourselves on the back and know many of us out here very much appreciate and love what you do for us.
peace,love and thank you,pk
feel like the ant in that Disney movie...did deadnet become the eharmony of music?
Keep on rockin in the free world
and I don't know the current status.
In my experience, people are just about evenly divided in the emoticon-fan and emoticon-phobe camps, but they do seem to come up with new and complex varieties. I stick with the ascii ones like your examples myself, but some software converts them automatically.
I wonder if one reason why there has been some squabbling a bit in some of the forums is the basic issue of never knowing a person's tone of voice or emotions or facial expressions in the post.
sure, the Tibet issue and the whole idea of organized religion etc etc are HOT topics, but I wonder if a simple solution, or a simple way to make things better (more clear) would be possible...
what I suggest is the availability of little icon emotions, or little smile faces, that we have available, easily available, please; that people can add to their posts to kind of 'set the mood'
know what I mean?
I use these:
like yahoo mail or something has tons of cool little dudes to put in email.
that said, I never figured out how to use them, just my neice who is only a small fry dude, knows how and she includes them. ) -;
Someone please tell her I said "Hi"