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Can you please stand further back folks? There are lots of short people and children who would like such a good view as you but are prevented from enjoying it. I think there should be height restrictions - short arses and children at the front and the rest of you graded by height. If you are tall and wear a hat too, that's just selfish. Next year I'm taking a long pole and I will poke your hats til they fall off.
I feel like that about people with cameras, just because you want to watch it on video later, doesn't mean I want to watch the whole thing through a viewfinder!
If you are a viertically challenged get fhere earlier! I had loads of shortarses squeeze in front of me, knocking over bags, stepping on coats and kicking over drinks.
BTW, poke me or a hat i migh be wearing and i will poke you back.
Perhaps a little area could be set up on a raised platform by the sound desk at each stage, for persons of restricted growth to be able to use in order to be able to see the acts without having to dodge between all those over-fed post-war bred lanky bastards. Especially the ones with hats.
Hahaha a height war!
Small lightish people wearing tall hats and oozing videos and camera's will be hooked up to fly by wire harnesses and will view everything whilst taking pictures & zooming etc above and over the tall people in the Siam next year. They will also act as cup spotters, on a % basis, for the kids when cup deposits are reintroduced ( ?) next year.
And people with kids on shoulders - tough they are little but will grow tall enough to see one day.
Short people, can you please not pre-book leg room seats on airplanes. What goes around comes around...
OMG I didn't realise there were airplanes at Womad, could have got a really good view. I only saw helicopters.
The worst example of this that I experienced, was during Robert Plant. A tall, broadly built guy in a kilt (it wasn't you was it, Cal an' Del??!!) had a guitar in a padded case, strapped to his back upside down, which came way above his shoulders, nearly to the top of his head. You'd have to be over about 6'6" to see past that guy! And he was right in the middle of the crowd. He obviously had no awareness of other people, or maybe he just didn't give a damn!
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