Is it bad that my primary reason for buying tickets and seeing the show was the same?
Its like NASCAR. No one really goes for the races. People watch it to see a horrible disturbing accident!
Ok, maybe it is a jerk thing to want to see people die, but this girl sounds hilarious.
Ha ha, she soundss like she would also belong in the "crazies" tag. Poor Uncle Ben always has to die...
I've always wanted to go because I hope J. Jonah Jameson gets to sing a song about how much he hates Spider-man.
Well it would, except for the like the death and stuff.
The only thing that play is killing is modern theater.
Jason, it's at the very least MAIMING people though. I can't remember where I heard this, but it's the best summation of the Spider-Man musical I've seen: "For Christmas, I asked for a new U2 album and a Faces of Death DVD. I got tickets to the Spider-Man musical."
... this is the first one I have felt truly needs to be adjusted for sarcasm.
I'll take the word of the person who was standing in front of her, and could hear her tone and see her facial expression. If he adjust for sarcasm that would invalidate almost all of these, and I refuse to give people that much credit. We are as dumb as we are.
He adjusts for sarcasm when the person is being sarcastic. Clearly that wasn't the case here.
She was basically asking you on a date and you put it on the website and label her a jerk? Damn dude. You might want to tweak your strategy a bit.
How in the world do you get so many sociopaths coming into your store!?
I sympathise with this one. That IS the only reason to see the Spider-man musical, isn't it?
Meh, like someone else said, that is why people watch NASCAR. Not all that surprising.