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Every day that goes by shortens our opportunity of booking it successfully. Whether it's members pulling their condos for personal use, whether it's a convention booking our conference center, whether it's golf packages being booked .. not hearing makes it that much harder to accommodate them.
A bunch of chairs lined up in front of a podium equals school.
It's incredible to get people to turn out right in the middle of no where.
You've used up all your school sick days," he said, persuing my file. "You've requested to leave school one hundred and thirty days out of the one hudred and forty days of school so far."
So thirty-one might be the magic number?"
Principal Reed and Raven
Writing is a job: you must show up.
Hey, we've all been to high school We've seen the in-crowds. Most of us have been in the outer crowds, the people who weren't in. Although I was never in, I was selling records and was very happy.
What's going on outside? It was really nice - all the fans out there with big signs.
I went because the nights are numbered and I do not know the count.
All the ballparks and the big crowds have a certain mystique. You feel attached, permanently wedded to the sounds that ring out, to the fans chanting your name, even when there are only four or five thousand in the stands on a Wednesday afternoon.
When I'm makin' lectures to these universities, I tell 'em I like that little building because when I run short a audience, if I can get three people in there I've got a good crowd.
One minute we can be in a small club, the next minute we can be in a coliseum, and the next minute we can be in a small auditorium. It varies, depending on the promoter, the budget, and the travelling distance.
One school is finished, and the time has come for another to begin.
Upon arriving, meeting their teachers and signing up for classes, these students began to realize that their attendance at Delaware State University was not a goal achieved, but rather a dream being sewn - a first step, if you will.
Curtain Opened, Heard the Crowd Roar
My preference is 3,000, maybe 5,000-seat venues.
Yount, who was an 18-year-old shortstop when he met Uecker, and is one of Bob's closest friends, noticed immediately that the event was held in the afternoon with only a smattering of media members on hand. "God, this unbelievable," Yount said. "Fifty thousand empty seats. What a ceremony.
I doubt I would ever be missed. Noted absent, charged delinquent, reprimanded but never missed.
In 1986, our commencement speaker was George Schultz, secretary of state, fourth in line to the president. You get me-basic cable's second most popular fake newsman. At this rate, the class of 2021 will be addressed by a zoo parrot in a mortar-board that has been trained to say congratulations.
Be on time because it shows you care.
It's just trying everyday to do the best you can and to enjoy what you have with the mixture of the venue and the sound and the crowd.
Early on with Squeeze, we played the Hope & Anchor with U2. Three people turned up. Then two left. Then the last person left. That's the least-attended show I've ever done.
Prayers were held in Assembly Hall. We all perched in rows on wooden benches while teachers sat up on the platform in armchairs, facing us.
I'm old-school. I want to be there to drop off my daughter at school and pick her up.
When I left I got an award for being the latest person in the history of the school. If you got three late marks for being over fifteen minutes late you'd get an after school detention. I got something like 257 marks. And I only lived about ten minutes away.
Welcome to the Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona that is packed to capacity ... with some patches of seats left empty.
Whose school-hours are all the days and nights of our existence.
School-boy. The spectators thou regardest as on work-days they regard each other. For thee, then, it may be well to wish thyself behind a desk, over ruled ledgers, collecting tolls, and picking out reversions. Thou feelest not the co-operating, co-inspiring
The guest list, if there had been one, was a little like a census.
Tate University - a large football stadium with a college attached.
I go to see my kids in school plays.
Those who are apparently absent can feel more present than the people right in front of you.
Sometimes the crowd is the madness - at others it's the absence of the crowd that is.
You have the Roman Catholic Church, the Church of England, the Presbyterians, the Wesleyans, represented in each school, and they are each to take alternate days.
exhibition. Lake Eden.
The future belongs to crowds.
The voice of a whole people goes up in the silent workings of an institution.
Parking lots and chaos.
The school is a mother
Academy. And what a narcotic the drug of positive feedback
Fair is in August.
We was sneakin' in and it was general admission,
Now we ownin' the arena and decidin' who allowed in it.
Lymond surveyed the grinning audience with an air of gentle discovery. Is there no work to be done? Or perhaps it's a holiday?
The half-hour of crowded anticipation, how fully it pays for the sterile hour that follows!
And these invitations, these are already sent out?" Rich asked from the front row. "Indeed. Ever since the year a student attempted to hijack the mail truck, we've made it policy to only remind the students of Parents' Weekend after all the invitations are delivered,
Go early. Stay late. Be MEMORABLE.
go-go hall on my way home from school.
It is better to arrive in time than to be invited.
Henry Chinaski, the principal said over the microphone. And I walked forward. There was no applause. The one kindly soul in the audience gave two or three clasps.
The large venue gives me the thrill that comes from the power in numbers.
I remember a Q&A I did in Wales where there were five people in the auditorium.
What living occasion can,
Be just to the absent?
The audience that storms the box-office of the theater to gain entrance to a sensational show is small and sleepy compared with the throng that crashes the courthouse door when something concerning real life and death is to be laid bare to the public.
My new appointment was supposed to be
retinue to the city for the tourney on Prince Joffrey's
Gharsi's to attend the service, Emily
I stand in the center aisle of the auditorium, a wounded zebra in a National Geographic special, looking for someone, anyone to sit next to. A predator approaches: gray jock buzz cut, whistle around a neck thicker than his head. Probably a social studies teacher, hired to coach a blood sport.
Like attending the masquerade ball in Poe's story about the Red Death. You know, 'Come on, everybody! Kick out the jams, have another glass of champagne, and ignore all those people dropping like flies.
Live interaction with a crowd is a cathartic, spiritual kind of exchange, and it's intensified at a festival.
I said school starts tomorrow. I didn't say I was going to be there.
To look down into crowds is to see bald spots and slipped bra straps before faces and gowns. It is the viewpoint of spiders and kings, of cheap sports seats and God.
When I was a freshman at Oklahoma in 1946, the game was sold out - and it's been sold out ever since.
To talk about the reality of life here and the work that you do here at the university.
I show up. I listen. I try to laugh.
Well, the Dean has asked me to speak on "The Role of Logic in Human Affairs". Of course, if I take the injunction literally you shall hear the shortest lecture in recorded history!
I am not fitted to give concerts. The audience intimidates me, I feel choked by its breath, paralyzed by its curious glances, struck dumb by all those strange faces.
Everybody shows up, not to see their god, but to be seen.
The school had a big problem with drugs ... especially Class A.
I was there [in school] the full time with one teacher, and the student body was never more than 10 or 12 students of all ages.
The biggest day in the history of Kentucky's program.
Brennan remembers a Nortel recruiting truck showing up at a Newbridge mass termination meeting at the local hockey arena and offers this practical advice: "If all the meeting rooms are booked at the same time, it means something's up." By "something," he means firings.
walked in and sat down in booth number
The mark of a great church is not its seating capacity, but its sending capacity.
the crowds just background tapestries for you to play your life against, lurid backdrops providing a fake sense of drama to help you imagine you're doing more than you would be if you were in some sleepy village or Denver or really anywhere else. New
Lucas attended a conference on rational expectations at the University of Minnesota in the spring of 1973. The day after the conference, I received a call from Pittsburgh.
I went to a regular school, not one of those fame academy things.
Carnival: filth, trash, spangles, drunks, and Gods.
I won a scholarship with the Brixton School of Building. I screwed around, not putting in a proper attendance.
The first rule for success? Show up.
Chapter 1: Orientation Day
College visit for the weekend," Wall said. "'Bama." "Oh." Max tried to nod knowingly. "Sure. Go Gators." They all looked at him as if he'd kicked the Pope in the junk. "Max," Audie said, aghast, "it's Roll Tide.
chairs. We are practising for an English Academy of Letters." Lord
Nothing is better than showing up twice a week, acting like a 12 year-old for two hours, and then going home.
If I didn't have a recruiting engagement, I was going to be here. I did everything possible to change the recruiting thing. I'm a very small part of this night, but I did want to be a part of it.
Around the college had grown up in the latter nineteenth century a hap-hazard, ill-blanced collection of professional schools, attended by hard-working meagre creatures with the fun drained out of them...
Constituents. Many of them greeted their Congressman
Auburn, catching up with his homies.
the waiting room. It was half full
CHAPTER XXI THE FIRST EVENING AT RUFFORD HALL
There are only four or five real events that we have that draw that many people into town each year. We should have at least 12; and once we have 12, we can have 24.
I'll attend all my team's games
But no one came. Because no one ever does.
-- Thomas Hardy
People with places to go and people with no place to go; people with a purpose and people with no purpose; people trying to hold time back and people trying to urge it forward
The only thing that matters is the theater!
How were the receipts today in Madison Square Garden ?
The crowd ... a cacophony of colour
If you want to hold a crowd, just mystify it.
The vice chancellor announced that all evening classes were cancelled and everyone had to be indoors by 9 p.m. This did not make much sense to me, since the shooting happened in sparkling daylight
There's more coming tomorrow than there was today. Quite a few people coming from Ottawa to watch. There were still a lot of people out there today. Some coming from farther tomorrow.