Started watching the British series "Misfits" tonight. A few episodes in, so far so good.
First 2 seasons (and the christmas special) are excellent! Very easy show to get hooked on. Third season had a cast change that I didn't particularly like but it was still pretty good but I haven't gotten around to watching the fourh season yet. I suggest watching the web episodes that take place between seasons 2 and 3 though, they help explain the change that comes in season 3.
Last Edit: Jun 12, 2013 2:27:54 GMT -5 by kymess_jr
I'm with 'nater, I don't like the changes either, but the "recent threads" link on the mainpage is the closest it's gonna get to the old way I think so we better get used to it. I liked the button being at the top of the page though, it's really stupid having to go all the way back to the homepage for it.
Other stupid things: having to hit the back button twice 'cause the first time only puts you to the top of the page, and the "quote" feature doesn't work on my work computer at all, I get an error everytime.
I can't find the "newest posts" button, which was how I read the forum, and I can't pinch and zoom the website now so my fingertips can't accurately click on anything cuz it's all too damn small. Also, pea's header is gone and the layout/style is very childish and cartoony. Grumble grumble grumble
edit: ok, I can pinch and zoom, the site is just really slow to respond now so it takes a lot more effort. I think I'm gonna end up reading the site on my laptop more often now; this design doesn't feel very iPad friendly so far.
Last Edit: Jun 1, 2013 15:20:59 GMT -5 by kymess_jr
1. PRIMUS 3D!!!!! (both the actual show and the 30 minutes beforehand I spent rocking out on the ground only to discover when I stood up they weren't on stage yet) 2. Father John Misty 3. Holy Ghost 4. Imagine Dragons <--- this one shocks me the most with how much I loved it 5. Devendra Banhart 6. Cake 7. the 10 minutes I spent dancing to Laidback Luke 8. Elvis Costello (if the crowd had been as into it as me he would have been waaaay higher on the list) 9. Grimes 10. The Postal Service, Arctic Monkeys, Surfer Blood, Built to Spill, Alt-J, Vampire Weekend
Last Edit: May 30, 2013 22:07:58 GMT -5 by kymess_jr
If you were close enough to hear the music, their show was actually pretty fun in my opinion. They had some really good basslines and some pretty funky songs, I enjoyed them quite a bit. Screw the haters. If you judge them based on their whimsical stage show like so many people I heard, then you're doing it wrong!
The problem was that you could hardly hear ANYTHING from the back. I wasn't that far from the stage, and it was still super quiet.
No, the problem was I was far too drunk/high all weekend to realise the sound issues were with the stage and not my own ears.
In year's past when there were single day tickets and camping was separate, yes. I don't remember seeing anyone selling tickets since it changed to a 4-day wristband with camping included. Anyone else wanna chime in?
Here are some face value ads in the Vancouver, BC area. I'd follow fox's advice and try to find a ticket in Vancouver/Bellingham/Seattle area tonight or tomorrow and not leave it to chance at the gorge. Good luck!