appadv wrote: »
I understand Polkfest isn't about visiting a bunch of audio stores, but wouldn't it be fun to visit audio stores before/after Polkfest?
McLoki wrote: »
I really don't care where or when the next polkfest is. I plan to finally make it to one
Thank God for different opinions. Imagine the world if we all wanted the same woman
HTrookie wrote: »
So doesn't Chicagofest 07 count?????
reeltrouble1 wrote: »
Al, if you wanted warmer you should of come to Georgia, it was downright hot, of course once all the Yanks left the big Rebels in the Sky turned off the heat and humidity. Of course I like Baltimore, SC, and Georgia sites for fests, although I am thinking aTejas event somewhere maybe 0-10.......anyway, it is great to see the Fest's planned out for a long time to come.
shack wrote: »
There is nothing I like about NYC. Been there 3 times...and each time has been a total PITA!
Face wrote: »
If you go to Manhattan, avoid the subway and take cabs to get around. Also try to avoid traveling during rush hour, then it's not bad at all. The rest of the 5 boroughs aren't bad as long as you don't drive during rush hour. There's much worse places to drive or travel through, such as the DC/VA area. Thank goodness for the beltway.
danger boy wrote: »
still no love for a Polkfest out West huh? There's lots of parking available, no HUMIDITY, and lost of clean fresh air. Although I'm down with Polk HQ in 08.
hearingimpared wrote: »
I don't know there pal, the South Bronx and some areas of Flatbush are places to run through or move slowly in an Abrams tank.
spasticpitbull wrote: »
And NO, i am not kidding (See attached. We have a office in the UK where people like me ). I would like to get a general idea on the month so i can start planning as well.
George Grand wrote: »
They don't call it "the city" for nothing.
BaggedLancer wrote: »
NYC, Brooklyn, etc aren't safe for us Boston residents.....
janmike wrote: »
Ok the challenge is being tossed out to all Canadians to make it to Polk Fest 2008 in Baltimore. Think about it. If you save $20 per week (some of you cut down on the coffee, smokes, booze or whatever) for one year and equates to $1040. No one is saying stop, just cut down if that will help save money. That amount will get you to Baltimore, hotel and team up and rent a car. I will be doing my best to make it from Yellowknife and I have a lot more distance to travel than you. Its more than $20/week for me. The gauntlet has been thrown down folks!