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Aren’t Cure fans depressed enough already?

Filed under : Life in general,Music
On August 24, 2007
At 5:05 pm
Comments : 7

Hey, remember this? The Ticketmaster battle? The search for a code? The back-and-forth with the commenter I’d never seen before who thought I was an idiot? The morning spent on the Interweb getting my seats?

Well guess what? The Cure have postponed their tour until mid-2008. Fat Bob, you owe me!

Yes, this was the day I was supposed to see The Cure.

The Cure – The Last Day Of Summer


7 Comments for this post

  1. Becca says:

    By the way, I’d like to use my own first comment to apologize in advance to Celia. This isn’t going to help you get that Top Commenter spot, is it?

  2. NoShowMo says:

    Well, while I am sad for you, I did not have tickets yet. So I am not sad for me. Except for, you know, the usual reasons we fans have for being sad and depressed.

    Although I did use the Cure to lighten myself up whenever I was OD’ing on the Smiths.

  3. Celia says:

    Well, now I can respond to your comment!
    But I’m sure victory will be fleeting.

  4. Becca says:

    Nosh, I hope you get tickets when they’re available. And ha! That rocks. I always thought the Smiths were less depressing because their sad stuff was funnier, though.

    You look good up there, Celia.

  5. KP says:

    Okay this sucks. I don’t have tickets but it still sucks.

    Rod Stewart did this to me once back in the 80s and I still haven’t forgiven him.
    And that crap he is singing now isn’t helping matters either.

  6. CarolAnne says:

    I’m sorry. I know you were really looking forward to the show. That sucks..

    DF and I had discussed going to Chicago to see them. But, we just did not have the funds to do so. At least now we’ve got until 2008 to save up!

  7. Becca says:

    Well thank goodness this was good for someone, Carol Anne! And I’m sure when I see them next year I’ll be just as delighted. It had better be on a date I can go, however, or someone’s going to pay.

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