Were you in it on Friday? I was dancing on top of a double tandem in a red wig round the back near the main stage.anyone see or jump on our church? we were driving it round site after dark and during the art car parade on Saturday afternoon... had a nice little pile of Turbosound inside but we definitely need a bit more on the roof next year... it's was a great munter magnet, spent the weekend meeting weird and wonderful people and trying not to run them over.
probably the most fun you can have in a scaffolding truck
On Monday morning we watched the camp next to us have a row about a camping cooker that under normal circumstances nobody would have batted an eye about but add drugs/lack of sleep/not enough food etc and it became a major issueI guess if you're tired and coming down it gets a bit like that.
I think it depends who you work for.... i spotted a wicked job I might try and do next year.I just remembered being down the front of the main stage for the headline act. God that was a good sound system, I would have loved to have been the bassist with that power in the B string.
very tempted to work at it next year, seeing how much fun all the staff seemed to be having (at the Arcadia bar on Sunday I'm sure all the staff were fucked).
Oh and very nice to meet you all, albeit briefly!
(and JTG)I was completely underwhelmed by their professionalism tbh.
(((Oxfam student volunteers)))Better stewarding companies are available kids.
But seriously, if soemthing went wrong I'd want someone who could see straight to come to my assistance.
fifuI don't really volunteer for oxfam though because of the amount of studenty types, and I've found some of the supervisors they pick a bit jobs worthy etc. but you get all the same issues with all