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Offline AnnieD

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Paul's blog
« on: Friday, July 8 2011 01:03PM GMT-1 »
Paul has written a guest blog on the Demon Barbers website - very good reading

http://www.thedemonbarbers.co.uk/blog/paul-sartin-glastonbury-spin/

Offline Fi

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Re: Paul's blog
« Reply #1 on: Friday, July 8 2011 07:34PM GMT-1 »

That's why we go to Beautiful Days.
We can't go over it, we can't go under it....

Offline Clare

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Re: Paul's blog
« Reply #2 on: Saturday, July 9 2011 08:11AM GMT-1 »
Perfectly captures why I would never go!

Offline sandra

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Re: Paul's blog
« Reply #3 on: Sunday, July 10 2011 05:55PM GMT-1 »
I went, and will not return. Paul has summed up the whole experience to a T.

Offline cazzer

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Re: Paul's blog
« Reply #4 on: Monday, July 11 2011 05:28PM GMT-1 »
which is why we go to Priddy which is a gem of a festival a stones throw from Glastonbury but a million miles away in other respects!

Offline Ancient Muse

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Re: Paul's blog
« Reply #5 on: Sunday, July 17 2011 12:49AM GMT-1 »
Very well put, Paul and one of the best advertisements NOT to go to Glastonbury I have ever read.
I really don't know why it gets so much airtime on the BBC. It's totally lost direction.

Offline Gilly

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Re: Paul's blog
« Reply #6 on: Sunday, July 17 2011 02:48PM GMT-1 »
Sounds grim, though I love the way he writes. I've read so many bad things about Glastonbury that I've never been, and I'm not sure that I ever want to.