Saturday, February 09, 2008

BAD START AT THE ECMA IN FREDERICTON!!!!


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Guy was drunk I guess????

3 comments:

Troy said...

That could have been any given night and is completely unrelated to the ECMAs.

Stop trying to give bad press to the ECMAs simply because they denied you free access to their events. Face facts, you're not a reporter which is who those passes are for.

This is a blog, a web log, an online diary. Anyone can have one. There is nothing unique about it.

Charles LeBlanc said...

oh really? I believe it was ECMA weekend in the Downtown area?

Sorry if I'm wrong.

I saw more people falling down last night that I saw in the pass.

As for a media pass?

The bureaucrat organizers took one of their own and made this individual a blogger!

Promoted the individual.

Only one itty bitty problem?

NOBODY KNOWS ABOUT THE SITE!!!!!!

TOTAL WASTE OF TIME!!!!

This is pure discrimination against the people who are not high class enough to attend these events.

I was told these same peope will be in charge of future events and will shut me out so therefore These ECMA snobby bureaucrats will give Fredericton a very bad image.

Stay tuned.

:P

Anonymous said...

Since I get all 95% of my media-type information about Fredericton from this blog, as far as I'm concerned - the ECMAs blew.

Your average fluoride zombie thinks the guitar-soldier was a sardonic throw-down against our far-gone colonial past.

However, the reality of the ECMAs (as only minimally exposed by Charles thus far) is a true manipulation of the people's freedoms.

To define our music, to regulate our government, to control corporate excess - the press is currently at a breaking point between obeisance to tyranny and flight - however the looming economic war plays out, the sides are being chosen via paralysis when the truth is not spoken, nor sought after.

Anyway, if they don't get you with their chemicals as a kid (lead, ritalin), they're more than anxious to shove their tax-laden corporate booze in your face while stimulating demand by over-regulating free alternatives.

Not to mention funding state terrorism with cocain and opium deals with anti-democratic fighters.

It's all pretty ridiculous - no wonder the aliens aren't talking to us yet.

- Anonymous