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...The Enemy are number one this week in the album charts.
Does he know what he's doing?
He's a total prick.
The reason Glasto was enjoyed so much by me this year, was because, unlike Leeds Festival, everyone there is at least 18, and pretty sound.
Everyone at Leeds is either a student or a loser in a Megadeth tshirt.
If Glasto got full of kids, I'd never go again.
This sounds highly hypocritical, but due to my guidance from my friends and brothers, I act nothing like the children who attend gigs and festivals. They all 'Go CRAZY' and act like penises, because they've finally been let off mummy's lead, and they can do whatever they like.
Sickening. Eavis is just going mental in his age.
the other day that you can earn £8 an hour stacking shelves. Is this true? Am I so out of touch?
Blaming it on kids not having access to computers?? Wtf? It wasn't very good because it's a brand now that the media have hyped to be a must attend event as 'indie' is fashionable. It now means that a lot of people who would never dream of going to a festival now do. Plus the line-up was awful...and was it just me or was it full of Aussie's!?
You know, you grow up and you have boring stuff like mortgages/rent and, well, all the stuff your parents no longer do for you.
I want people of all ages at Glasto - but there's no reason why we shouldn't have equal chance in the ticket scramble. It's not the cost that's stopping them going - look at the age demographic of Reading/Leeds. It's the timing, with exams.
But the line-up is really not the issue with Glastonbury (it ISN'T) and if it was, anyone who says there's nothing on really isn't looking hard enough. There are more than two stages...
was slightly tongue in cheek. I don't want youngsters excluded from Glasto. But I don't want old gits like me excluded either.
(I'm not old, but I think I'd be defined as old by Eavis's criteria...)