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  Uramonkey  |  11

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  Damian95  |  16

Yeah that's true but they couldve politely told him/her that is the reason they couldn't sign him/hers and thank him/her for bein such a patient and great fan.

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  Alihb  |  15

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  brand2017  |  9

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I truly believe the public is to blame for celebrities becoming assholes. Could any of you really deal with millions of people calling you a worthless piece of shit AMD saying you should die?

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  ksks1234  |  33

While I understand they have virtually no private life, they chose that lifestyle. I agree with a previous poster, they could have been polite about it.

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  SynysterNero  |  20

95- yes the bands have a lot of stuff to do, but they chose that life when they wanted to become a band. And even if they did have a limit they could have been nicer.

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People usually obsess over all the artists and actors who make tons of money, but never actually give a damn about their fans. It's the soldiers, firefighters, and cops who don't make enough who really deserve our attention.

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  MsConfusedd  |  27

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  Wizardo  |  32

#35, Exactly keep in mind that you like their MUSIC, doesn't change the fact that the band members themselves are pricks, can't associate personality with their music.

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  UberNova  |  18

35 - That sounds fucking pathetic; cry over their songs and love them? You reek of weakness. Understanding a song and really liking a band is normal and so is maybe crying over a song because it touches your heart....but crying over their songs because you love them?

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  brand2017  |  9

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#35, are you 12? if you're obsessing that much over a band, something is wrong. it's totally normal to enjoy the music, even hope to meet them, but there's something wrong once you start saying you're in love with them and cry over their songs because you love them so much. they don't know you. and they're just a band.

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  Enslaved  |  36

I'm sure the OP didn't know "at the time" that his band would be so rude and say-- get lost at the end. I understand that the band put a limit on their signings and can't be there all night but to be rude to someone that made an effort to wait in, what I'm sure was a long line vs apologizing and thanking them for their time? Fuck you in the end. You lost my respect! I can relate to #35 when I was her age. I've cried over a few songs. And have felt a strong connection to a few bands. I've gone to countless concerts and there are a lot of bands the genuinely care about their fans. One example, I went to see Papa Roach and the singer left the stage and walked around the entire venue to get close to his fans. That's not someone that takes his fans for granted. I can go on and on about witnessing grateful band members. They are not all like what the OP dealt with.

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#55 "I form philosophies for living and ignite the fires of determination in my very soul". That was amazing. I'm not saying it in a bad way. I up voted that comment just for that line. Truly, just amazing.

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  kaitlynjane  |  28

I think a lot of it has to do with age and maturity. When I was 16 I was obsessed with a band and would have done anything to meet them. I went to a concert and screamed like a crazy fangirl - because I was one. Now that I'm older, I know how ridiculous that was. I think it's also the mentality of the fans. They idolize these bands and other famous people like Gods when they're just human. In fact, they themselves probably appreciate the fans that act calm and normal a LOT more than the ones that freak out and scream at the top of their lungs.

By  boredSOLDIER  |  33

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  xcam1995  |  6

I think an angry mob would be a good sized difference, don't you? Besides, the band members can't spend all day signing autographs. They'd get arthritis. I'm sorry though, OP. They're administration sucked. You should've reported it.

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  HotRose  |  18

I agree, but I think they should have counted the people in line, and turned those away that were over the 100 limit. Not let them stand in a line praying they weren't past it. How hard is it for someone to man a booth? "We're at 85, count and make sure we only have 15 left in line." Problem solved, and no one would have had to be an ass. Sorry about this OP, better luck next time, and don't take it personally.

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  AssTard  |  15

Or they even could of had pre-signed autographs for those they had to POLITELY turn away (Unless, of course there were 1000's of fans). The first 100 get to meet the band quickly and get an autograph signed right there.

By  saIty  |  17

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By  hannahsnyder69  |  16

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  astralvagan  |  20

Sadly, a lot of this is actually up to the concert promoter.... They have to pay the band the whole time they are there, so it's easier to set a limit and make your 'roid freaks enforce it

By  FloMarDee  |  18

wow.... THAT would suck... they would no longer be my favorite band... I don't like jerk offs! I understand there must be a cut off point, but they could've been nice about it!!

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