Last edited by WastedTime; 09-27-2011 at 10:26 PM.
if people what to spend 350 bucks to listen to artists ("raver" or rock) they can see at 10 other places during the year so be it, it helps with sales. the main draw is still the rock bands.......
What does PLUR mean? I want to know what I am talking about when raving at Coachella next year.
For your health
You know that post could've been about 1/4 the length and it still would've been a waste of time for me.
You know what I like. Apparently Felix the Housecat plays every massive ever. I've never seen him. As a fan that primarily goes to rock shows, I like having the opportunity to occasionally indulge in some electronic music. Along with my rockness.
Oh and you like to point out ur a math wizard in like every post you make....congrats on that too, ur gonna be the next john nash for sure...please keep reminding us okay?
Way to go on this! Hi 5's!!!
I had never even heard the expression until just a few months ago. I frequented the rave scene in New York in the early 90s and ventured to several in Europe in '94, but PLUR was never used. When did it get so popular?
Someone doesn't have fun having fun.
You stupid bitch, will you get the fuck out of here with this pretentious I'm way cooler than everyone else because i know whats awesome AND do math problems?
My god. I think it just so happens that a lot of people on here like electronic music. There's a reason for the Sahara Tent: TO RAVE/ROCK/RAGE/DANCE THE FUCK OUT.
There's also a reason for every other stage. So please dont come in here all high and might hiding behind your computer screen and enjoy what this is: a place for people that love music.
While you're at it though, if I can offer some advice, learn some proper sentence structure and word usage because you're failing hard at that.
cant we all just PLUR?
She added the phrase "meany head" to my profile.I hardly think I'm an attention whore.I train birds of prey and am I licensed falconer