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Wed set up vending in that beautiful park! Tents, stages and lights everywhere. Thurs there are people from all over the country, food vendors and plenty of camping. Some buy your glow and blinkie stuff at the QUAD tent!
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once the fundraising is organized the di$ea$e is never cured.
Carl, please stop deleting people's responses; it is low brow. If you can't take the heat get out of blogging on Patch.
Someone heehawed: "carl should show up outside of rick's house at 7 am with a leaf blower and tell him to chill the fuck out because he can not stop it." Then it disappeared.
My maintenance manager Mike would appreciate the help. See, unknown troll, I actually live at my business. Some nights right under my bedroom or on the back patio there is loud thumping bass of over 1000 watts laying massive beats. All. Night' Long. Which means until 5-6AM.
What is that like? I like to imagine it is like living next to a railroad track, unknown troll. If I can live with that noise, and voters who live near tracks, a hundred linear feet away, then the good residents of Douglasville can put up with it for a few hours after bedtime.
Here, unknown troll, you just dropped your ass. Allow me to hand it to you.
For the record: Carl does not speak for anyone but Carl. smh
Carl was getting testy on the 11Alive thread about the spooky *wiggles fingers* Molly non-story and 'gasp' noise! Technically this event is in Fulton County with full permits. Cowboy Carl stays over in Douglas County. My wife and I dropped about $400 in Douglasville in hotel and food, as well as about $2000 in tickets, food and..other stuff.
If Carl wants to complain about Fulton County, he should move there. Otherwise Douglasville and their goofy-ass hippy trolling cops can certainly be by-passed on the lucre this event generates. I'll grab a hotel in Fairburn instead. *ouch*
Unlike Carl and the other NIMBY's who are skeered of the kidz, I've been to these events and I am much older than Carl. My business hosts them; this 'scene' is my clientele and has been since 2005. You do NOT have the education I do about what goes on, and, as an older generation, you never ever will. Quit trying.
Have another beer, Carl, and chill the fuck out. You got 9+ more years of this. I suggest you plan a vacation or invest in glowsticks. You can not stop it. Can't you feel the anger and angst over those who KNOW this is an amazing thing that is happening to our region?
Peace, Love, Understanding, Respect. Pick at least one, Carl, for your soul's sake.
There is no difference in cost for a liquor license in Atlanta for a restaurant or a bar. Actually, the requirements are stiffer with the county health department than 'merely' a bar. The difference between a bar and a restaurant serving alcohol is age and closing times.
Conversely, the only difference between a restaurant and a convention hall is Sunday liquor sales. As an entertainment venue owner, it is much more preferable to have a convention center license than a bar or restaurant.
Most times, new agents and owners just accept what was on the property in the past and work with it. Path of least resistance through the system, etc...
Too much back story, too much muttering dialogue and non-action. Do not watch this movie until you suffer through Thor/Hulk/CA. Otherwise the plot becomes just another generic invasion flick with a lot of unexplained angst.
Of course, the dinos' at CL didn't even think about the incredible impact The ATL scene has had on developing a more mainstream EDM community. Atlanta saw Sonny John Moore aka Skrillex pulls 800 his first gig in ATL at QUAD and then 3000 by his third at The Tab. There was a time last year when you could go to one show and see two headliners (ex: Dr P and Flux Pavillion) that went on to follow Sonny John's success in the ATL. Much cred's to the glow crowd for supporting this music genre by the thousands.
Just one more demonstration of Atlanta City Hall's commitment to assisting small business thrive.
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