woodstock.36.0: WELL Woodstock Demo #2 (wstock2)  Fri 12 Aug 94 13:19

 That's right is your wallet as loose as mine?

woodstock.36.1: Much 2 young for Woodstock 1 (isaac)  Fri 12 Aug 94 13:20

 just my WELL connect time charges =8-)

woodstock.36.2: otis (nycjag)  Fri 12 Aug 94 13:21


woodstock.36.3: Jeremy Kashnow (kash)  Fri 12 Aug 94 13:58

 It may have been cheaper to show up physically!!

woodstock.36.4: Jennifer Powell (jnfr)  Fri 12 Aug 94 14:01

 that's for sure...especially with the free entrance...

woodstock.36.5: The Next Generation (mglito)  Fri 12 Aug 94 14:35

 And you could post like   FOR FREE through the Woodstock accounts!

woodstock.36.6: figgy (wstock2)  Fri 12 Aug 94 15:49

 I spent 12 dollars for parking not much of a dent.

woodstock.36.7: erinita (wstock2)  Fri 12 Aug 94 16:26

 well, it's fri eve, i got in free, rode here for free, and i've managed to
 scam myself a pass so i've eaten for free, so far. i must admit that i did
 shell out $4 to see the vertical reality display. boring. i was looking for
 some of that neat stuff like in "lawnmower man", but it was about the same
 as regular 3d..  even though i've managed to get most stuff at no charge, i
 do intend on hanging around after to help w/ the cleanup.

woodstock.36.8: zombie (wstock5)  Fri 12 Aug 94 17:00

 ticket master is the devil incarnate. it cost me over 350.00 to come here i
 did every thing but sell my soul, and beleve me i thought about it. the guy
 or gal in the responce befoer me is a total #ss whole. he should be drug out
 into the path and trampled. even though i spent alot i'm having lots of fun
 wish you could be here. zombie

woodstock.36.9: MAMAYO (wstock5)  Fri 12 Aug 94 17:08

 I don't know how anyone else feels, but i got in free in '69. I kinda felt I
 owed it to them to buy a ticket this time. Any one else who got in
 free...... More power to them. That's the way it goes.

woodstock.36.10: wayneb (wstock2)  Fri 12 Aug 94 19:26

 bllood out the ASHOLE> 2 dollar for a cup of sweet juice.  ahhjh.
 and shitty pizz for 11 dollar.  urfh.,

woodstock.36.11: Noah (wstock3)  Fri 12 Aug 94 19:27

 Hey out there! Noone forces you to go to woodstock. I've been working on this
 show for the last month, and all I ever hear is bitcing about it. Get
 yourselves together and don't go if you can't go with the flow

woodstock.36.12: Max Yasgur's Ghost (axon)  Fri 12 Aug 94 21:46

 all i ever hear is bitching
 interesting.  i susp[ect everybody is doing this for the first time in
 a while, and patience is at a premium.  be interesting to see how this
 progresses over the weekend.

woodstock.36.13: cyndi hoyt (wstock5)  Sat 13 Aug 94 10:15

 Pepsi is such a scam. Boycott pepsi & eliminate the ticketmaster monopoly
 NOW! I drove here from seattle, wa and have spent over $1100 ($547 tickets
 only) and now they are letting people in for FREE! The '90's should be
 titled the "ignorant generation" -- people are trouncing other peoples tents
 and so much for the environment -- this place is trashed!!! Don't believe
 anything the media -- ESPECIALLY M TV has to say about the goings on at
 Woodstock '94. Alcohol and drugs -- pot and acid are bountiful and are
 cheaper than the food. Drink RC, Royal Crown Cola rules!!! Thank you for
 allowing me to express my own feelings and opinions--there's something about
 being able to do that in the U.S. Constitution.

woodstock.36.14: Krusty Jr. (ershler)  Sat 13 Aug 94 12:16


woodstock.36.15: inquisitive (wstock5)  Sat 13 Aug 94 15:25

 what lies from mtv? please tell more.

woodstock.36.16: 2 young for # 1 (isaac)  Sat 13 Aug 94 15:33

 I'm biased, but hey...who cares!

woodstock.36.17: 2 young for # 1 (isaac)  Sat 13 Aug 94 15:34

 tired-pepsi, not peps =8-)

woodstock.36.18: michael (wstock3)  Sat 13 Aug 94 15:58

 we bought tten tickets about tmo months ago from a nwew jersey scalper
  for 150 dollars,only to get here and find out its now a free concert1.
  oh well,i guess thats o.k. the food here is very good,even though its
 very expensive. my friends alnd i just drove here from sturgis,s.d. we
 brought up seven custom harleys in a car carrier,a 28 ft. 5th wheel
 trailer and a 30 ft. motor home. some of us are from arizona, im from
  chicago.we are having a great time. were going to manhattan monday nite
 to stay at the royalton hotel,a kickass place.then its on to atlantic
 city to do a little gambling before we call it over and drive back to
 chicago. i thank im gonna buy a computer,this is great.

woodstock.36.19: jt/AL (wstock5)  Sat 13 Aug 94 17:00

 that's what you get for believing the mtv trailers.

woodstock.36.20: Ruler of the (cosmos)  Sat 13 Aug 94 17:46

 Not to mention the fact that tix were (and still are, from what I understand
 ) as of Friday.

woodstock.36.21: Catphish John (catphish)  Sun 14 Aug 94 10:38

 It's always been eMpTyV to me...

woodstock.36.22: Ruler of the (cosmos)  Sun 14 Aug 94 11:04

 Er, make that available

woodstock.36.23:  (wstock2)  Sun 14 Aug 94 11:24

 The wheels of greed are in motion again.  Now that people are trying to
 leave, someof the scrip exchange booths are closing down, making it very
 difficult for people to exchange their leftover scrip back into cash.  One
 figure that will probably never see the light of day is the amount of scrip
 that went unused and unexchanged.
 Total scrip sold - total scrip spent - total scrip converted to cash = pure
 unearned profits

woodstock.36.24: Bulgur & Wheatgrass & Windham Hill Songs (mglito)  Sun 14 Aug 94 12:57

 Re: 18
 Was that New Jersey scalper called TicketMaster, by any chance?

woodstock.36.25:  (wstock1)  Sun 14 Aug 94 13:54

 the folks here under the WELL tent are pround to announce that we are
 among the very few providers of any service to the concertgoers free.
 '3D' rides, films, exhibitions and of course food have been offered to
 all for a pretty penny while the WELL has encouraged interaction for
 all at the most reasonable price!
 cheers WELL!

woodstock.36.26: Larry Person (lperson)  Sun 14 Aug 94 14:21

 MTV has turned into the Woodstock '94 home shopping club.

woodstock.36.27: Krusty Jr. (ershler)  Sun 14 Aug 94 14:38

 re #24: more power to yah!

woodstock.36.28: TCMS (wstock1)  Sun 14 Aug 94 14:46

 this has been great, but I so feel for the people who followed the rules;
 they seem to be the ones who have gotten the short end of the muddy stick.
 They payed for tickets and if they parked for away and took a shuttle bus as
 they were asked to now they have to wait up to nine houres just to get back
 on a bus going bact to their car.  I and my friend on the ather hand came
 with aprox $50 in our pockets and only had to walk 5 miles after paying a
 local homeowner $15 to park in his yard.  And wqe brought our own food with
 us.  Some times it does not pay to follow someone else's rules.

woodstock.36.29: Ruler of the (cosmos)  Sun 14 Aug 94 17:43

 It's like the prisoners dilemma:  if everyone plays by the rules there's
 only minor inconvenience.

woodstock.36.30: erinita (wstock5)  Sun 14 Aug 94 20:39

 yeah, rules can be a bummer. it is too bad about the people who got stuck
 paying..   to ZOMBIE, 1st of all "he" is a SHE, & i've never bn drugged out
 in my life. it's sun night, still have only pd $4, and frankly i don't feel
 bad for screwing over the corporate fuck-wipes, for the simple reason that
 THEY don't pay by the rules.

woodstock.36.31: Fuzzy Logic (phred)  Mon 15 Aug 94 12:31

 MTV == Mostly Terrible Videos

Italic footnote comments made February 2001.

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