That thing is hideous. The illustration of the front looks like a fucking used car dealership or something. That bright yellow italicized typeface is a travesty! And those spikey domes? What the fuck?!?! The whole thing makes me want to vomit. It's like they just took the ugliest ideas they could find and slapped it all together. If you're gonna propose something this ridiculous at least make it look good.
I think Josh just looks like Seth. On at least 3 occasions I've spoken to Seth for a few seconds or so thinking he was Josh. This past sunday included. It's freaky.
Even I sometimes use the phrase "pulling a Steve Cross."
Who you callin' a pansy?
Having been to almost every single road to bonnaroo show, I am 100% behind the strict rules- because bands in the past (not naming names, but I think we all know the ones I'm talking about) have completely disregarded the set limit. No one likes a band that plays too long, but in road to bonnaroo cases it is ESPECIALLY disrespectful to the bands playing after you if you play for too long. It wears on the crowd and the judges patience to stay out till 1am on a monday night, so any band after a band that played too long gets severely screwed.
That being said, Colorfeels only went over by 2 minutes and clearly didn't have the blatant disregard for set limits that some of the aforementioned bands in past years had. So on the surface it seems harsh to disqualify them. But, the RTB organizers have to be strict if they want to keep the problems of past years from happening again.
Wow. Serious effort went into this... I mean, every detail is 100% spot-on. Color me very impressed.
DREW! YOU HAVE TO STOP AND PUT THE POLES BACK SO PEOPLE CAN LEAN ON THEM!
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