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DickButtonFan
08-28-2010, 01:10 AM
So how is all the drama doing for the show's sales?

nubka
08-28-2010, 03:22 AM
:rollin: :rollin:
Not unless you love and respect corn flakes enough and that you want to keep it fresh and crispy whether it might belong to someone you don't care for. i don't know...i have my favorite skaters as a skating fan but feel like I appreciate the sport enough to go and poke around in other's party just for fun.

And whoever was commenting on the fact that the cast was not sufficiently to their liking...well, you know in a perfect world, Brad and Angelina never would have broken up, John John would have never passed away, and all our favorite skaters would do their signature moves together on the ice in your favorite city. But it just happens that for some of your fellow skating fans, Yuna and Michelle doing a duo in LA is epic enough to go gaga. so PLZ let's try to keep this corn flake nice and crispy. I beg you. ;)

So many lectures, so little time... :drama:

RD
08-28-2010, 04:01 AM
c'mom my friend...they're totally worth it. just splurge! do it! if you don't drink your latte for two months you can buy the front row ticket! haha. jk ;)
yeah i think you will get a super decent view even if you get the VIP seats. it looks like it'll going to be an incredible show.
i am so envious of all of you who are going. i totally have the money for a change to fly to LA but it's smack in the middle of the most busy time in school...my profs will kill me :mad:

I've "splurged" on SOI front-row seats before, but it was either in town (Baltimore) or a 45-min train ride away (DC). Even if I could, no way am I flying across the ENTIRE country, taking the cab fare, expensive ticket, meal, overnight stay and flight back. I wouldn't do it for anyone. ;)

lakewood
08-28-2010, 04:28 AM
I've "splurged" on SOI front-row seats before, but it was either in town (Baltimore) or a 45-min train ride away (DC). Even if I could, no way am I flying across the ENTIRE country, taking the cab fare, expensive ticket, meal, overnight stay and flight back. I wouldn't do it for anyone. ;)

Just curious. What is the price of SOI front-row seat?

RD
08-28-2010, 04:45 AM
Just curious. What is the price of SOI front-row seat?

Last year it was $140...I think?

herehere!
08-28-2010, 05:37 AM
I've "splurged" on SOI front-row seats before, but it was either in town (Baltimore) or a 45-min train ride away (DC). Even if I could, no way am I flying across the ENTIRE country, taking the cab fare, expensive ticket, meal, overnight stay and flight back. I wouldn't do it for anyone. ;)

:( yeah. i really wish i can go too.

herehere!
08-28-2010, 05:38 AM
So many lectures, so little time... :drama:

aw...that hurts my feelings. :smokin:

amaro
08-28-2010, 06:13 AM
I heard that a Korean newspaper interviewed Yuna's side today to find out how she is doing and they said she is recovering and decided to resume her training for the LA show starting sometime next week at a different rink. There is no change in her decision to participate in 2011 worlds and her both programs for which she worked with David and Shae-Lynn are almost ready.

Sonyasfan
08-28-2010, 07:00 AM
Jeremy Abbott left a support message for the show in his Facebook.


Thanks Jeremy! Now there's a classy skater. Will miss you there!

Sonyasfan
08-28-2010, 07:04 AM
I heard that a Korean newspaper interviewed Yuna's side today to find out how she is doing and they said she is recovering and decided to resume her training for the LA show starting sometime next week at a different rink. There is no change in her decision to participate in 2011 worlds and her both programs for which she worked with David and Shae-Lynn are almost ready.


That is at least some relief to hear. She's stronger as a person than all the mean and small people who try to harm her intentionally. She has nothing to fear because she has her conscience and truth. She will rock us all with her new programs again.

kiring
08-28-2010, 09:20 AM
Ticketmaster listed the show.

19:00 OCT, 2 (http://www.ticketmaster.com/All-That-Skate-tickets/artist/1484389) - on sale:Mon, 08/23/10 10:00 AM

15:00 OCT, 3 (http://www.ticketmaster.com/All-That-Skate-tickets/artist/1487037) - presale begins:Wed, 08/25/10 10:00 AM

Ticket Price: US $42.00 - US $260.00

thanks for your information

candle15
08-28-2010, 04:46 PM
:encore:
Really happy for Johnny and glad Michelle is finally coming to the us. They really should televise it.

spacekey
08-28-2010, 08:40 PM
Wow~ MK and YNK. Game Over :)

herehere!
08-28-2010, 09:15 PM
That is at least some relief to hear. She's stronger as a person than all the mean and small people who try to harm her intentionally. She has nothing to fear because she has her conscience and truth. She will rock us all with her new programs again.
Yeah...I really hope so. I can't imagine the stress this must have put on this young lady...I've read so many detailed posts last few days here but the story about her tears was the saddest one.

I hope to see her smile doing her little "Bulletproof" move! :encore:

amaro
08-28-2010, 09:20 PM
I found this hi-def video of Michelle Kwan at ATS Seoul:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3253L4DFfr0



and Yuna:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzw3BSyZXLg