Post by Whoopsie Goldberg on Dec 13, 2010 19:45:43 GMT -8
Alright I'm sorry to say it, but they are most definitely raking a LOT more cash in this year. Think of all those campers who payed next to nothing to camp the last 10 years of sasquatch just by piling people into one rig. Now every camper is guaranteed to pay full price. Also, an extra day means more profits for the festival(from tickets, food,everything else). Keep in mind, I'm not bitching, I'm just saying the foo fighters alone isn't enough to satisfy my extra 70 dollars worth of entertainment. but I'm obviously not worried about the lineup not meeting my expectations because this will be my fourth year in a row and Sasquatch hasn't failed me yet!
Post by Whoopsie Goldberg on Dec 13, 2010 19:39:50 GMT -8
well thats pretty much in the same category. I love bombing bikes as well. Heey... you haven't zoobombed have you? I've never been to Portland, but that's one of my dreams. I bought a small bike off of a neighbor for like 20 bucks, and I've been turning it into a zoobomber.
I went to college in Rexburg. It nearly destroyed me and I'm not exaggerating even a little.
That place is straight up wrong. Creepy, fucked up and wrong. I'm pretty sure it is a hellmouth.
So okay, Ricks College (now BYU Idaho) has a strict No R-rated Movies policy for their students as a part of their bizarre morality code (which also includes things like mandatory church attendance and curfews enforced by steel gates with padlocks on them). At 2:30am on a Saturday morning - stone sober - I was watching Army of Darkness alone in my apartment when someone knocks on my door. I open the door and a man in a suit who I have never seen before insists that I take the VHS out of my VCR and return it to the video store IMMEDIATELY.
How did the guy know what I was watching? Why the hell do I have to physically leave my apartment in the middle of the night for something like that? What the fuck, Rexburg. What the fuck.
My point being there are plenty of reasons to hate Idaho. Big Jud's not being one of them.
Keep in mind that southern Idaho is basically a different state than the panhandle. I honestly have only been down there once or twice, and I don't really plan on going back...