The band absoultely loved the posters and wanted a bunch to take with them.
The promoter loved it too, as did the audience.
As far as Im concerned, Mission Accomplished. At the end of the day, thats the most important thing in my humblest of opinions.
They rocked a great set too.
jengo fett. single male uses own sperm with artificial insemination to become a single parent. pretty much gay parent by the numbers. since all stormtroopers come from this same stock......
all stormtroopers have a gay dad.
poster works for me.
Has anybody noticed yet that this poster has a rainbow on it and that rainbow's are almost always associated with homosexuality as it is often used as a symbol by the homosexual community to symbolize unity in diversity?
It's not gay.
By the way, since I work there and close the place, I stole your Willie sign from the Stubb's restaurant-side...
I wanted it and I got it...thank god...I didn't want to pay $900 bucks for that shit...
I'll blame it on Jason Austin...
what? are you saying that "gay advertising" is a serious endeavor? I mean, archival noteworthy??? I wanna see it!
As far as "gay" joking, well..the majority of my homosexual friends call themselves 'queer'...and that's grounds for humor right there...and they laugh too...
heh...I'd give him 10 seconds to justify his statement..but yeah, I probably would hit him...unless, we were playing the gig ourselves...then I'd wait until after the show so I could have free reign without any consequences...
No need to apologize, I think its funny.
And you are probably right.
One thing that is definitely great about GP, is that when I first came here I was really defensive and thin-skinned, and now Im wayyyy more accepting of other viewpoints.
It's all good. But I still appreciate the input, and the entertainment.
Sorry to harsh out on your poster, RisingSon...but I think this poster is gay....as in not a lame poster but I would expect a gay show....
Nothing personal, but gay...
As in I'd go to the bar at this show, and some kind with a shag haircut would ask me "So, have you ever touched your inner soul?"
Call me wacky...
Lidsville was NOT, I reapeat NOT better than Star Wars.
And neither was Mork & Mindy.
LOTR maybe, and I will respect your Star Trek opinion even if I do not share it.
Now if you had said The Altered State of Druggachussetts, maybe we could find some common ground...
1. I used to have a 76. It was awesome.
2. THeir album was called 1977.
3. I wouldnt have been abl to afford a new 76, as I was 2 years old, so it would have been 1978 at the earliest, when I could panhandle for the cash to buy a tricked out van.
Ok, first you said "tricked out van in 1978. Then you said "1977 is what I was basing this on". Finally, "this would look good on a 76 Chevy Econoline".
Come on now with the consistency.
Gay or not, this is a nice poster. Not that there is anything wrong with that.
I stand by my stylistic decision.
Stilll think this would look good on a 76 Chevy Econoline.
If I show up at the gig Monday and see a bunch of dudes in assless leather chaps, I will know I made a mistake.