Post by lordrockinhood on Jul 17, 2007 11:20:44 GMT -5
Regarding the price of beer issue... All I know is, coming from NYC, the average bar price of non-happy hour Budweiser is $5 for a 12 ounce bottle... go over to Madison Square Garden and you will find pints for $7.25... we may not like it, but we accept it because we want our beer, and by doing so, we support these prices and that in turn supports the fact that the market can bear it, so why wouldn't they charge it in free market USA. $6 a beer at a festival for pints of Bud AND/OR crazy fancy microbrews seems completely normal to me, if not extrordinary actually, but then again, i guess maybe being from NYC desensitizes me to an extent, since everything here costs an assload of cash and that's just the way it is if you want to live here.
^^^^ beer in Jackson Mississippi is priced the same - I mean - I may be able to get draft Bud for $3.00 a cup in a bar around here - but it is $4-5 a bottle and up depending on the club (not that we have a whole lot of those around here)
Dude, I live outside of DC, we found the beer prices really quite lovely. We pay the same price at baseball games in a stadium that is ready to fall down and probably more once they build the new shiny place.
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Post by mindexpansi0n on Jul 17, 2007 16:26:22 GMT -5
Or grocery store prices if ya brought them yourself. Oddly enough, I was walking into Centeroo on Saturday afternoon/evening and I had sort of a big bag with me that had a bedroll in it. The security guy was so skeptical of it that he missed the fact I had a can of beer in each hand. I walked right past him before I even realized I'd just brought two beers in. Maybe he didn't even care.
Post by roolacksreality on Jul 17, 2007 19:00:41 GMT -5
^Sunday night, at Plantation (the REAL (wink wink)) Shakedown, for a small donation of whatever you put forward (I gave $5), you could drink out a keg of New Castle. On Fakedown people were giving away shots of vodka and gin.
I felt like I jumped off a building the next day, haha.
Everyone experiences music differently.To say that something is subjectively wrong with live music is to also say that you are more than just your credentials or experience. It says that you are above whatever it is that you see as being the standard. Breaking everything down critically to the point where you are above every matter looking down on it only isolates you and makes you look foolish.
Post by strumntheguitar on Jul 18, 2007 13:57:42 GMT -5
random comment - I was once stopped by an undercover officer with the last name of Anderson and for the remainder of our conversation I kept calling him "Mr. Anderson" in a creepy voice, but either he didn't find my Matrix reference funny or I was trying an expired joke.