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Emily Theresa Welby
Lives in Pennsylvania, US
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Communie, baseball fanatic (go Rangers & Phillies!). I'm 21 years old, slight TV addict (love NBC comedies!) 
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Survived 14 years of dance, surviving (barely) Community hiatus.
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In defense of criticizing David Booth | The Province

“The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people are so full of doubts.” —

The last two concerts I attended--Fuzz Fest 2016 and Boyz of Zummer (FOB & Wiz Kallifa) 2015. We got lawn tickets. I am admittedly short, but I could not see a thing for either event. In both concerts, the big screens on the lawn were not turned on until the last act, leaving us basically blind. For the BOZ, the whole lawn was mud. My friend actually slipped and fell. It looked like there was an attempt to fix the situation, with hay, but it wasn't good enough as it was still a mess. Nobody knew what time Fuzz Fest was supposed to start (website said one thing, tickets said another, etc) so I missed one of my favorite acts--Andrew McMahon & the Wilderness. Security is a joke there. The worker just peeked in my bag and let me go. Wish people weren't able to smoke on the lawn, I couldn't breathe after awhile of just sitting there with it all around me. The actual pavilion is useless if you're sitting behind it, as you can't see anything with the way they cut the top of it. There are huge supports blocking your way, it's almost impossible to see the band you paid for! As others have said, the entrance and exit situation is pretty awful. One way in and one way out. And the baseball stadium not 10 miles away. I live about 4 miles away and it takes more than 20 minutes. As I am sitting here writing this, there is a concert going on & I can hear their music playing. It's almost midnight & well past the noise ordinance of the city. I live 4.5 miles away, down the long & winding hill, and I can still hear it. Hoping I never have to be up on those grounds again.
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