And we don know how the woman who didn like dogs reacted. She could have made a scene, as these people claim, or she could have quietly asked to be moved and these people got wind of it and were merely insulted that someone didn like dogs enough to want to change seats. We seen dog people(aka a large portion of society) react like that time and time again, so I think it gives my speculation there some credibility..
Better still, according to one of the posters on the Stereogum site where I first uncovered this gem, Canadian filmmaker Bruce McDonald was somewhere in the crowd, filming the concert for an upcoming project that will reportedly be called This Movie Is Broken. So maybe I’ll finally get a crack at seeing this amazing collective after all.In the meantime, I’m curious to hear from you on this one. Did any of you attend the show this past weekend? And are you keen to see a film project like This Movie Is Broken?Posted: 2009/07/14 at 7:55 PMI’ve seen BSS live a few times and for me I think it would be hard to top the Vancouver ’05 show at the Commodore for capturing their sheer live power.
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