Infomercials, Bingo Jackpots, VIP and.....a bowling alley?
Crazy couple of weeks. The big Korn concert is slowly but surely approaching. I believe the countdown is something like 18 days. The night of my last post I won $175,000 on a $3 Bingo Jackpot scratchoff, something my girlfriend and I usually buy but never intend on really winning. We've never won anything over $30, until now.
The only thing I've spent the money on was a ticket & VIP Pass to The Khaos & Kronic Tour featuring Twiztid, Kottonmouth Kings, Blaze Ya Dead Homie & Big B. The VIP is only for a meet n greet with Twiztid but includes a ton of free shit AND you get to go on stage with them for the last song. STOKED!! They just announced the name of their new album, Abominations, set to be released this October. Purely speculation at this point.
Speaking of new albums, the brand spankin new piece of dopeness from The Insane Clown Posse, The Mighty Death Pop, is set to be released August 14th! And if you're a fan and haven't seen the infomercial then you had better hit up Youtube or Insaneclownposse.com and peep that shit.
This past Friday one of my favorite bands played at a local bowling alley. This isn't your typical bowling alley. It has a full on fucking stage, bar and snack bar. A bowling alley is definitely something I've never experienced at a concert. But I will have you know, bowling alley or not, Every Time I Die destroyed that place....literally. One of the guitarists climbed through the ceiling mid song, there were people jumping all over each other stage diving and just havin fun. A few fights but that's to be expected. They all got snuffed out pretty quickly though. I was fortunate enough to shake hands with the band members before the show, even got a picture with guitarist, Big Andy. They were just walking around like they were part of the audience. I loved that about them, like they weren't too good to meet their fans and the only time you see them is when they're on stage. They were quite the opposite. I only wish I had brought a cd with me for them to sign.
Finally, I'd just like to say there's no better feeling than seeing someone you used to be close with, whether it be an ex girlfriend or a former best friend, and the look on their face when they see you're doing so well and they're completely miserable. They see that your life is much better withiut them in it and they were such a burden. And then you question "Why did I keep that person in my life for so long?" Crack a smile and never let em see you fall, because that's what they really want.