Man, Downtown Las Vegas on a Fri. night for St. Patrick's Day was definitely one for the books, that's for sure. Super mega crowded, bro-hams and bro-ho's everywhere, and the green beer was cheap and flowing freely, although, to be honest, I saw and smelled more people smoking green than drinking green, which wasn't a problem for me at all! Legalization in Vegas! Pay the Govt. 25% to buy something you can already buy without tax on it. Whatever. Looking back on the night, at the time, I just wanted to kill people, so the weed helped out with that a lot. I don't do well in drunken crowds anymore... heh Evel Pie is over priced and over rated. Rattlesnake sausage - bite me. I've had better frozen pizza than that dreck. You want good pie go to Nora's. You're welcome.
The gig itself was interesting. The place was packed with a bunch of people who could of given a shit less that bands were playing, because all they wanted to do was drink and dance, dance dance! DJ's kept the floor full and moving, and then the bands would play and bore people right out of the place... lol Pet Tigers were great, playing a whole bunch of new tunes that sounded good, and during The Civilians set Jeremy drunkenly gave away all the bands merch... ha ha ha The Civilians are becoming a typical Vegas band that doesn't practice and only plays shows, and for that I apologize, it's out of my hands. The scene in the green room afterwords was comedic. Accordion players? Musicians union? $50 and drink tickets? Yeah right! The Murphy's and Guinness flowed until everyone left, and the Glenlivet was the first to go. The scene in the parking lot was carnival like. That taco / Mexican hot dog stand behind Triple B's gets better and better every time I eat there, and I didn't see any po-po's on the cruise home. All in all I'd say it was a winning night. :)
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