riot wrestling, urban wrestling, whatever...
fluorescent lights & steel chairs are cheap.
is it possible for a random crowd to get behind & champion a recognizable archetype?
i think so.
with a couple'a plants you could probably get respectable chants going.
e.g. "let's go, hip-ster!", "jug-a-low!"
who woudn't wanna see gangsta vs. douche bag?
i've got no idea, & don't know any of em' but the dudes from http://www.supremeprowrestling.com/ seem DTF & all about promotion as a spectacle. if not with pros, then an amature shit job still seems fun.
anyways, yeah. if it's been done, my bad, but there's my idea... for your review.
have a great day.
also, i really know nothing about this group & was just approved, so for any breach of etiquette i may have committed, i'm sorry.
Greetings Cacophony Society. I'm a SF burner who may be moving to Sacramento. Can anyone shed some light on funky cool neighborhoods where I might start looking for a house? No kids so I'm not concerned with kid friendly/great schools neighborhoods. I'm looking for a place where I can roam free, light things on fire and build stuff. I'm not too familiar with the area so I'm putting my feelers out, this seemed like a great place to start.
I don't know Sacramento at all. I just put a deposit on an apartment in Old Town. I am thinking that is a good place to start.
Did you ever get to Sacramento yet? Have you found your IDEAL neighborhood?
Just curious, myself.
LostIt on the playa.
June 15 the 3rd annual Fire and Steel fest is taking place in Colfax! Live music, fire and art cars. Come on up!