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SXSW Strikes a Blow for Old Media

March 18th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Media  |  1 Comment

nrdThis came fresh from SXSW, posted over at Can’t Stop the Bleeding (thanks to Ana Marie Cox for making it known to our world). Hateful, yes, but kinda funny.


  1. ryan says:

    March 19th, 2010at 6:54 am(#)

    Ha! That sounds like the staff at Emo’s. I wonder if it was. As mean as that reads, nothing sucks more than working the door at an event where everyone thinks they are on a list, or should be on a list, or where people think you should just know who they are. I ran a music venue for a long time. I have gone through long nights of getting screamed at where I would have penned a note like this when I hit my limit of being treated like a sub-human.

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