big sandy 
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Re: “FEATURE ‌ Animal House [img][/img]

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Posted by big sandy on April 3, 2007 at 7:52 AM

Re: “FEATURE ‌ Animal House

This article is right about one thing. The owners of this place are only in it for the money. If that place is a farm, then the bouncers are pigs (and they are well fed) and the patrons are cattle. The door guys will let anyone with 20$ through the door all night. No worries that perhaps its over capacity it that its physically impossible walk though the club. Forget about ventilation or air conditioning. The owners really just don't care. I hope someone can tip off the fire marshall of charleston about the shameless negligence that goes on there every weekend cramming 1400 people in a club that should hold 900. The sad thing is that this place has real potential. The only high capacity music club downtown should really try to lure back the quality acts they once booked, and show a little bit of discretion. Take a look at the schedule. Nothing of significance or quality. There used to be some quality acts coming through , but the transition from one greedy owner to another has left the farms relationship with decent nation bands in flux. I am almost embarrassed to bring out of town folk to the farm. It is never a pleasant experience. People check the website to see what its like and they get this: that is some funny shit. It would take a truckload of bleach to make the place shine like that. Screw you Kurt, go book some more shitty bands and keep losing your customers to the POUR HOUSE <-- the best venue in the city owned by people who actually care about the music. ROCK ON CHARLESTON, just not at the farm!

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Posted by big sandy on April 3, 2007 at 7:51 AM
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