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June 13, 2009

Overheard at the Beastie Boys show at Rams Head Live

This is a much less funny version of the Overhead section* of Mobtown Shank. If you've never read the Shank's roundup of wacky Overheards, you should.

The setting: Rams Head Live, about an hour before the Beastie Boys are to take the stage. 

The players: A blonde woman walks up to a security staffer at Rams Head Live

Woman: Hey, what's the deal with seating here?

Security staffer: We don't have seating.

Woman, in a Legally Blonde voice: Seriously?!?!?!?

*Careful, there is some profanity in the Overheard section. Just a heads up.

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 11:00 AM | | Comments (4)
Categories: Local music, Random stuff


I dont get it.....they do have seats.....not many, but there are seats that have a view of the that the joke? That the security officer was wrong, or that the woman was given wrong information? Im just confused.

AHAHAHA a woman didnt understand there werent seats at a concert!!! AHAHAHA, She must only see the beastie boys in arenas and amphitheatres , what an idiot, hahahahaha. Man, I am so much cooler than that lady, she so ignorant!

um, your comment makes no sense

an unfunny version

Damned if I can find it using the posted link!

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