posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 07:18 PM
Hey ATS, threw this in skunk works because it really has no purpose, really more of a concern on my behalf.
Now, Justin Bieber is from a few cities over from me. Really its just a bunch of farm land, and small cities that are connected by the 401. Great
community for all walks of life.
Well, I was at the mall yesterday and guess who shows up! Justin Bieber. Pretty cool if you ask me. But not what it turned into. Within 10 minutes,
hundreds of people were freaking out, pushing each other to get closer to this guy.
People had bones broken, faces punched, business's literally trampled over and ruined. The mall was getting packed, so my girlfriend and I decided to
leave. This is where it turned into the apocalypse.
Walking through the crowd can be compared to that of a Metallica concert, and I have been to many.
So as we progress, we begin to see the doors. Completely blocked. So i said screw it, ran into the employee back hall only, and ran out the emergency
exit where employees of the food court have their cigarettes. Luckily I worked there before so I knew it well.
As I opened the door, all i saw were thousands of people running towards the mall. WTF! I got the goosebumps because it looked so much like a massive
crisis. We got to our car, and spent the next hour and a half getting home 10 blocks away.
Crazy experience. And thanks to it I truly hate Twitter.
But it truly makes me ask, how far can someone go when it comes to looking up to someone? Is the MSM the one truly over hyping these things and
people, or is it us? Half the people there didn't even like the guy, they just wanted to see him.