5 posts • joined Saturday 23rd August 2008 13:48 GMT
'If they could do it, Springsteen could do it without a doubt though.'
he 'could' but he is singed to live nation. Would they allow him to? which would hurt ticket master profits.
live nation/ticket master/venue mergers and '360 degree' deals are the worst thing to happen to music since... erm ever. For both consumers and performers, not for profit maximising money making scum bags though.
how do I know i have nothing to hide
until someone draws attention and arrests me for it. It appears taking photos is now 'something to hide'.
That is the fundemental flaw of a host of laws acting under the banner of terrorism and anti-social behaviour.
And that is the main problem with any form of ID card. Say i trust this goverment with all my details in one place which can easily be accessed at any point by anyone they see fit without my knowledge, once that information is there I am trusting all future goverments for as long as I exist. Also, I have no right to know what information is held about me.
To me that is like jumping into a pit I cant see the bottom of as I trust there is something to break my fall at the bottom. Put it this way, jewish people had nothing to hide in germany to the nazi party came into power....
I have nothing to hide right now. If dont change my behaviour or what I own, then at any point in the future I could have something to hide.
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