Siouxsie Law

Well,  it wasn’t really a tramp.  It was a trampoline that someone fell into at an Insane Clown Posse concert.  And now, that someone is suing ICP for an amount greater than $75,000 in damages.

When I was younger, I went to tons of live shows.  If I had ever injured myself on something used by my favorite artist, that injury would be a prized possession, not grounds for a lawsuit.

For example, one of my friends always talks about how he was almost killed by a lightning  strike at a Free Tibet concert.  He didn’t sue.  He just talks about his near-death experience relentlessly.  That is how fans handled their misfortune back in the day.

If your drinking Faygo, painting your face and jumping up on a stage with seventy-five others to throw soda bottles into the crowd for something called “Faygo Armageddon,” you are assuming the risk.

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