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John: We don't even understand our own music Spider: It doesn't, does it matter whether we understand it? At least it'll give us . . . strength John: I know but maybe we could get into it more if we understood it
I think it wasn't working properly until Sunday and even then it seemed to be sporadic. Cool idea, but in Access camping it was WAY too loud. It was funny and I agree the Fraggle Rock song was the best.
I didn't mind it. Although there didn't seem to be any consistency in when it went off as I never heard it every hour, just occasionally on the hour. I remember Monday morning it going off at around 3am when it was relatively quiet in tent only followed by drowsy cries of "Bonnaroooooo"
My favorite was the tv theme songs, realized I was grooving out to Laverne and Shirley. Everytime it went off in centeroo I was like woah WTF oh the clock and would listen to the random output. Funny but yeah it was loud.
What you got back home, little sister, to play your fuzzy warbles on? I bet you got little save pitiful, portable picnic players. Come with uncle and hear all proper! Hear angel trumpets and devil trombones. You are invited.
I was on the fence about the clock for the first day or so. Come Friday morning, my friend & I couldn't discern a notable rhyme or reason to when it was going off. Some girl walking past overheard this and said "That just means it's Party Time."
So every time I heard it go off for the rest of the whole weekend, I said/thought to myself "Party Time!" and got this smirk on my face.
Post by purplefuzzystuff on Jun 20, 2011 9:36:41 GMT -5
I most definitely have a love/hate relationship with the clock. We were in access camping and for the most part we had to stop all conversation and wait out the clock it was SO loud. Also at the Other Tent there were a few times it interfered with bands playing, it messed with the the sound there...
That being said the little dragon/lizard/dinosaur guy was pretty cute, some of the sound clips were pretty funny, and my FAVORITE part was whenever Frank Sinatra played I would see dozens of people stop what they were doing, grab their significant other and slow dance. It was so cute, I was almost a little jealous I didn't have a significant other to dance with.
Speaking of interrupting live music, it seemed like the imbeciles driving the Leno trucks relished doing so at every opportunity (SEE Mumford set) with unnecessary honking.
OMG that was the WORST!!! they were really dickish about it too. i mean, i want the port-os to be clean just like the next gal but for real, stop honking during the music. we see you. you are a huge truck. we will move.
I thought it was hilarious. I could hardly hear the "cuckoo" way back in pod 10, so it never woke me up. When I heard it in Centeroo it made me smile huge. My friends rented an on site tent though, and it was LOUD. Like, we could hardly talk over it. They hated it.