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Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: scelsa ()
Date: October 26, 2006 17:36

Have one for both shows with no intention of going to the first one as I cannot be in the same place as that "person" they are supposedly honoring.

That said, question remains whether there is a way to let someone else use that ticket that is in my name???????????

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 26, 2006 17:45

Nope. Its non transferable - thats the whole point of the ticket/wristband deal. To deter scalpers getting tickets and selling them on.

Even if you had bought two tickets, the fact that as the buyer youve chosen not to go would invalidate the extra ticket too.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2006-10-26 17:46 by Gazza.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: J.J.Flash ()
Date: October 26, 2006 17:49

I saw nutbags on ebay that say meet them at the box office and after they put the wristband on the scalper, he'll transfer it to your wrist. Yeah that's so easy to do without breaking it!

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: scelsa ()
Date: October 26, 2006 17:49

Too bad. Feels like a waste I can't give it to someone

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: tat2you ()
Date: October 26, 2006 17:49

then how come there are so many for sale on the ticket broker sites???

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Lukester ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:06

scelsa, man, just go anyway....you might enjoy it.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:09

tat2you Wrote:
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> then how come there are so many for sale
> on the ticket broker sites???


because the broker is presumably going and they have a spare. Most of the ones I've seen offered mention about meeting up with the seller the day before. thats obviously because they have to turn up at the theatre together to pick them up

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:10

scelsa Wrote:
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> Too bad. Feels like a waste I can't give it to
> someone


well you wasted $50 but at least you showed Clinton who's boss....eh?

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: J.J.Flash ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:15

tat2you Wrote:
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> then how come there are so many for sale
> on the ticket broker sites???


Read the fine print. Some of them say if you don't get in, you get your money back.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: JumpingKentFlash ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:17

Gazza Wrote:
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> well you wasted $50 but at least you showed
> Clinton who's boss....eh?


He's playing in Copenhagen this Saturday. :-)

JumpingKentFlash

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Adrian-L ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:18

hey Kent - got your tickets yet, for Timberlake @ Parken, next summer?

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Date: October 26, 2006 18:21

J.J.Flash Wrote:
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> I saw nutbags on ebay that say meet them at the
> box office and after they put the wristband on the
> scalper, he'll transfer it to your wrist. Yeah
> that's so easy to do without breaking it!


nutbags...hehehe....mde me laugh...lol
smiling smiley

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:23

scelsa Wrote:
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> Have one for both shows with no intention of going
> to the first one as I cannot be in the same place
> as that "person" they are supposedly honoring.
>
> That said, question remains whether there is a way
> to let someone else use that ticket that is in my
> name???????????


Either send an e-mail to rs.com (or the place you bought the ticket), and say that you can't go. Or bring a woman from this board, and say that she's your wife...and that the ticket is for her.
Otherwise, you're doing a really bad thing.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: camper88 ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:24

You can do this in seven easy steps.

1. Pick up the ticket in your name, with your ID, etc.

2. See if it's possible not to wear the wrist band, for example say that you have to work in an enviroment where wearing a wristband is not allowed (machinery, or with clients/ customers who wouldn't accept it) or say that you're attending a religious service (funeral/ wedding--you're in the wedding party, etc where a wrist band wouldn't be a good thing.

3. If they don't permit that, then put the wristband on and depart.

4. Very carefully cut the wristband off

5. Buy some gorilla glue (or crazy glue)

6. Carefully apply glue to wristband when wristband is around the appropriate wrist.

7. Provide ticket to the hand that's attached to the right wrist.

Shake hands and come out singing

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: timbernardis ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:25

Just relax and go see the show. After all, you are going to see the Stones, not Clinton.

Besides, at least Clinton just screwed a woman, warmonger Bush is screwing the whole country.

And most important, confide in the Plexiglass and you will receive direction on what to do.


tim from Plexiglass, montana

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: WMiller ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:27

Tim - Good to see your spirits have improved over yesterday! Now we just need to save Melillo.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: chrismusic ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:28

Scelsa-Pls call me to discuss. My number is 212-988-5515. Thanks.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:43

Still cant grasp the point of buying a ticket for a show you had no intention of seeing - when another fan missed out on getting one because of sheer pettiness

If your hatred for merely being in the same building as Clinton is that much greater than your enthusiasm for seeing the Stones in concert (let alone in a theatre!) then on point of principle you - just like those tossers who were burning Beatle records when Lennon made his comment about Jesus - should display your outrage by burning your Stones records in protest outside the theatre on the night of the show.

You mightnt get rid of your ticket but at least you might get the attention your 'protest' needs.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2006-10-26 18:44 by Gazza.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: Juiced In NJ ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:51

I'll take it! Bill is a great American unlike the present scumbag.
This is about a Stones show, isn't it?
I hope this isn't Vin Scelsa. Ths disillusionment would leave me shattered.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Date: October 26, 2006 18:55

camper88 Wrote:
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> You can do this in seven easy steps.
>
>
> 7. Provide ticket to the hand that's attached to
> the right wrist.
>
> Shake hands and come out singing

Sound advice indeed Camper, however the recipient's wrist would need to be of a smaller circumference than the donor's (scelsa's) for this to work....

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: camper88 ()
Date: October 26, 2006 18:57

Manofwealthandtaste Wrote:
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> camper88 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > You can do this in seven easy steps.
> >
> >
> > 7. Provide ticket to the hand that's attached
> to
> > the right wrist.
> >
> > Shake hands and come out singing
>
> Sound advice indeed Camper, however the
> recipient's wrist would need to be of a smaller
> circumference than the donor's (scelsa's) for this
> to work....


Or the original recipient would have to ask for a little slack because of sensitive skin that got chaffed the last time he/she wore one of these bands.

I'm sure they'd be open to giving a lil slack.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: little queenie ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:11

hi scelsa,
i'll take it! i think i have little chance of winning a ticket in because my SS# will lead detectives to see that i have a record of being arrested for civil disobedience and therefore am a "terrorist" - now THAT would really show Clinton - huh? letting in a terrorist! i'll be there saturday after the AC show. valerie 312-391-5537, vhchalcraft@yahoo.com

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: danielb ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:14

Seriously. What's the problem with Clinton.

Didn't come from a wealthy family (Bush)
Didn't come from a politically connected family (Bush)
Didn't get into the best colleges in the country because of his last name (Bush)
- And yet he's against Affirmitive Action!
Didn't spend the first 40 years of his life drunk (Bush)
Didn't repeal all of the environmental laws in the country (Bush)
Didn't take more vacations than any other president in history (Bush)
- During wartime at that!
Didn't initiate a war to avenge his father's failure (Bush)
Didn't give no-bid contracts to companies he's connected with (Bush)
Didn't allow the oil companies to run the country (Bush)
Didn't go AWOL while serving some sweetheart military position (Bush)
Didn't surround himself with yes-men who tell him what he wants to hear (Bush)
Didn't appoint unqualified friends of the family to run important goverment agencies (Bush)
- Brownie from FEMA used to breed horses! Hecuva job!
Didn't trample on the constitution, bill of rights, geneva convention, kyoto treaty, etc. (Bush)
Didn't cut taxes for the rich, and leave the poor with fewer social services (Bush)
Didn't turn a surplus into a huge deficit that his granchildren could never pay off (Bush)

No mission accomplished, no Osama dead or alive, no cleaner skies, many children left behind

And the Stones like him! What more could you ask for!





Juiced In NJ Wrote:
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> I'll take it! Bill is a great American unlike the
> present scumbag.
> This is about a Stones show, isn't it?
> I hope this isn't Vin Scelsa. Ths disillusionment
> would leave me shattered.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: danielb ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:15

And don't even get me started on his ability to speak. Harvard and Yale should be ashamed!

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: sluissie ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:20

This really is a nice read guys, and girl, as I've nothing to do with either getting or losing those tix... I'm enjoying it. ;-) Just wanted to let you know. A little sting here and there, a small Clinton/Bush-fight, civil disobedience, terrorism, John Lennon, very broad discussion...

Jelle

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: johnhenry ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:23

Who the heck would buy a ticket o this show and then not go, only a true moron, well weve already established it's a republican so I guess that goes without saying....too bad....I guess some lucky sap will get yer tic on showday....Stefan Sessler here posting on my boss site... see you in AC.....SAS

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: melillo ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:23

if you wanna take me as guest
melillo21@verizon.net

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: JMoisica ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:23

So whats happening scelsa? You're just letting the ticket go? If not give it away to a good fan, and work out the details with him. His email is JMoisica@aol.com

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: J.J.Flash ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:26

I'm the #1 fan! mhirschboeck@netzero.net.

Re: Beacon ticket - May have one available
Posted by: angee ()
Date: October 26, 2006 19:34

Scelsa, write me if you like, will be in town Sunday afternoon...

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