That's likely how I look at a concert. I stand there transfixed and let it all wash over me. I'm not one to make a scene, but I'm swooning deep inside.
Where are all the Tweeters now?
At least they aren't waving their goddamn mobile phones around blocking a good view whilst taking crap mobile phone photos : /
*nods* Time was, if you couldn't (or didn't want to ) get right to the front, you could still get a half-decent view between other folks' heads. I was at a Bowling for Soup D) gig on Sunday and the inter-head spaces were invariably blocked by camera phones; the only view I could get was via some twat's viewfinder!
I take photos at shows, but I try to keep my camera close to my body so as not to invade any view space. I'm sure I have transgressed, but I do try. Also, using a camera phone is pointless. I don't understand why anyone would do that since better photos of the show will be posted online later anyway.
And more: "With the preponderance of celebrity chefs on television I have noticed that none of them are vegetarians"
Continued: "Which just goes to show the world is full of crushing bores"