i would support this if it was before the second set, at least.well, from that buck $0.10 goes to music education. so let's be realistic here - glow sticks are coming to shows one way or another, might as well go towards a good cause, no?
the glow stick thing has just gotten annoying. one spontaneous glow stick war per show during some dark jamming in the second set is enough for me... in 3.o every time trey hits a high note some kid is throwing hand fulls of glowsticks. its just lame when its a constant thing at every show.
also... ever think about the tons of non recyclable plastic that is being thrown out because of this.
the whole glowstick thing is lame... and now some company is doing everything in there power to sell more glowsticks, waste more plastic, annoy more people just to make a buck.
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