Hey Rizzone: You know what else is good for emotional pain? Boning your mom. Always works for me.
@inurmind: 1. The concerts are billed as a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25th anniversary concert. Re-read the post and follow the click-through, and you'll see the facts are correct. 2. You and everyone you meet must be easily pleased, because there have been plenty of crap exhibits at the Rock Hall over the years. Did you really enjoy the Mary Wilson Supreme Legacy Collection? Or Mike McCartney's Liverpool Life? Good for you. 3. Foundation, museum -- whatever. They're the same company; don't make them out to be different just to bolster your weak argument. --Problem is, every time something really cool happens with the Rock Hall, it happens in New York, not in Cleveland. These concerts aren't designed to "make it stronger." They're backslapping events held by a bunch of elite power people who think of Cleveland as some backwoods burg. These concerts belong in Cleveland, not in New York. It's not "ridiculous provincialism," it's hometown pride, jackass.
@KingCast -- Before you fire up the bike, be sure to climb off your high horse.
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