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I just want to say Paul and I haven't broken up, that was written in an attempt to smite me and disrupt our relationship. I think it's safe to say I was targeted because Tom and I didn't get along well when he was on the team and that was his way of seeking revenge, I guess? I don't know. I actually do agree with you for the most part about the whole apology thing though - I could care less if I ever get one, because I honestly have no intention of ever talking to him again or wasting any sort of effort on him. Plus I know any sort of "apology" I received would be half-assed and not meant sincerely. However, I don't think it's wrong for people to want or expect an apology if it would make them feel better. Some of these people thought they were really good friends with some of the secret posters and they were essentially stabbed right in the back, so I think more what they're looking for is an explanation as to why it happened. As Kay mentioned, her and Ceri were really good friends, so of course it's going to be confusing and hurtful when Ceri turned around and wrote horrible things about her for no reason at all. Maybe expecting a sincerely apology is a bit unreasonable, as it probably never will happen, but wanting an explanation as to why these people turned their back on their "friends" is totally warranted.
It's not an option. As we've gone over numerous times in the thread, they scan the card and check the ID at entry - there are no tickets. The purchaser MUST attend the event; any tickets bought off websites such as craigslist will not be valid even if the person meets you there, so don't waste your money.
I know they said no exceptions but I would honestly still go to the HOB asap and see if they can do anything, considering it's a father/son relationship and your dad wouldn't be looking to give the ticket to some other person. Don't get your hopes up though, because unfortunately the rules do state that the card holder needs to attend the event & the tickets are non-transmittable, but I think it's worth a shot.