Does anyone out there have an extra ticket I could buy for the Saturday night show? I was able to purchase one online, but not two. So I am one short... Can anyone help?? Last years concert was the best everrrrrrrrrr....!! Thanks!
Good exposition- Enjoyed it...
Amen, JoeInAtlanta. I love most everything I read in the loaf, but I am just about fed up with this joke of a columnist.
moneyMAKESHIFT, the herpes-lip IS hilarious!
Wow- I am blown away by the overly sophomoric answer to this poor girl's legitimate issue. I feel her question was not even answered, let alone taken seriously...
If the your column's intention is to HELP readers, you better check those poop jokes...
TREEJUMPER, without having to revisit the pain by trying to put it all in words again, I wanted to share the following post I put on the Reynoldstown forum the week after OHNO passed, and a few shallow people distastefully spoke ill of him.
As a property owner, I understand the frustration of having your property or neighbor's personal property defaced-- it is WAY not cool. But cursing someone to rot in hell, that you did not even know, and if you had crossed, probably would have left you walking away with a smile, is just childish. You should really think twice before jumping to such conclusions, and no, he did not die of drug use, or any other bad or illegal action.
Here's my post in response to comments like yours on forums like this one (and references the Rtown graffiti clean up crew's efforts):
Our unbearable hurt does not need to be compounded by those that did not know Matt. I'm sorry that you feel you know he was a bad person. A lot of people's occupations could make others judge them in the same way. However, as the city mourns a great loss and a void in our everyday lives that will never be complete again, please be respectful. It is not fair to add to the hurt we are suffering
from right now by talking sh*t about a great human being that you never met.
Keep it to your own personal gatherings, please. We all appreciate it.
Matt passing has left the city a colder place. It makes you wonder why the great souls leave us while we are left with the less savory ones. Matt had the largest heart of any person I've ever met and never passed judgment, complained, or had an ill word to speak of anyone. Please be respectful of the hurt that so many of us are going through right now.
While I understand he worked counter to many of your efforts, it was never out any negative notion. I'm sorry he may've spray painted your stop sign or brick wall, but these actions do not call for the disrespect of our loss. While if I had my way, I'd memorialize every chicken scratch tag he has on our block (as right now, they are one of very few comforts), I recognize I cannot ask that of
the clean up crew. You all are working hard and I appreciate everyone's efforts to clean up our hood. I've photographed every piece he has in Rtown, so I may
have my own personal reminders.
Thank you to those who're sensitive to the loss, and yes, those of us in the neighborhood who knew him appreciate this forum not being used to discuss it.
Shout out to ScoutMob, Sweet! Pertinent Info on Restaurant Weeks around town, also Sweet! However... I was a little confused as I read the remainder of the review. I found myself re-reading sentences just to understand what was being described, where, and by whom... and who is Wayne? All n all, I appreciate the reviews but the overall structure of this article was.... well... completely lacking. Confusing to read.
10A. in the credits it lists the children at one age as two actors (as seen at first) and at another age a couple years later as different actors (as seen in the last scene).
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