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And clearly you aren't a rapist (I hope) but the way you pop into any thread where a woman happens to be lamenting her lack of ride to Bonnaroo and tell them to come hop on your bus sounds extremely rapey.[
Last year my sister and friend tried sneaking in a case in their backpack and bag, but they caught us and we three had to kill a case of miller before going in. Maybe that's why Buddy Guy rocked so hard.
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i'm with sascwatch if u just watch the line for a min there is always the one guard who really just doesnt give a fuck other wise camel back full of jack always worked for me, just make sure some of ur friends have some actual water
Look for the fast moving lanes, there moving fast for a reason.
Also, what worked last year was cargo shorts. Not the pockets on the side because they always checked there. In fact, it worked more like a decoy. They would make sure I didn't have anything in there, and I was home free in other traditional spots. Also I noticed that if you walked up to a person with your hands up in the air like you had nothing to hide they kinda got that "well that takes the fun out of it look" and would let you pass without a pat down.
I'm going to knock on wood here because I've never been caught. I have however picked up on the clues and ideas that work the best.
As mentioned, quick moving lines. look at how each guard is checking. Vodka in water bottles was also mentioned. My first year I actually thought about making a small hole in the bottom of the waterbottle injecting the vodka, and then filling the small hole up. but they really don't check to see if the water bottle is open or not. They don't look for small details.
I noticed these two drunk guys who were getting their heads shaved into mohawks at one of the booths in centerroo. They both had a gallon jug filled with beer. I asked them how they go that in, and the next day I tried it with success.
but going back to the details, they really don't check hard to check places. if it's going to take you a few minutes to pull and un bungee your pack they usually just open up the obvious pockets. but also they don't look at places like inside of shoes or inside the chair pack sacks.
well in anycase they allow you to chug it before going in so if you can't finish it all before you show starts hand a beer to another person in line. Share the wealth.
Post by anima mundi on Mar 12, 2007 23:14:32 GMT -5
i usually bring a backpack and stuff like 6 beers and a water bottle in the middle compartment. When I get to the security person i just walk up with the back pack open to the biggest compartment, which doesn't have beer in it. They just glance in and move me along.
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