well if I were the P&C I'd only hire you for opinions.
Interesting how you bash the Post and Courier for not getting the facts when you wrote an entire cover article for the CP about a police issue on Folly and ADMITTEDLY lifted complete sections and quotes from the P&C...
probably one of the most passive aggressive articles I've ever read. Sounds like the City Paper is sweating over this, which makes me want to read the scene even more now.
Glad you had a great experience. I got there at 3 p.m. and waited in line for 45 minutes.
It was "one in, one out" to get into the parking lot...and who is going to leave when they get unlimited food and alcohol?
Once inside, I had to wait in another line for 20 minutes to get food, only to be told it had run out and there wouldn't be any more.
The sweetwater 420 had also run out by 3:30 p.m. The event was supposed to last until 5 p.m.
Basically, I paid $20 to have two glasses of Miller Lite only to be told that it had also run out by 4 p.m. It was almost laughable.
I don't know why the event hosts would publicize this event to so many outlets if they had a capacity limit as to how many people could come and enjoy themselves. (capacity limit in a parking lot?)
Next time, sell tickets.
I mean, I'm glad I donated to the cause, but I really got nothing in return from the event sponsors.
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