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    Default 2012-05-06 USA Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills / Rammstein


    The Palace of Auburn Hills, often referred to simply as The Palace, is a sports and entertainment venue in Auburn Hills, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. Opened in 1988, it is the home of the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association (NBA). It was also the home of the Detroit Shock of the WNBA (1998–2009, now playing as the Tulsa Shock), Detroit Vipers of the IHL (1994–2001), Detroit Safari of the CISL (1994–1997), and the Detroit Fury of the AFL (2001–2004).

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    Whose up for pre-show meetup? gotta meetup somewhere!!!!!

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    I'm going to this gig. I'm driving in from Buffalo.

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    I might just be here today

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    This gig is not gonna be that good. I'm about 10 rows from the back and people keep getting in front of me, I'm ready to go postal over here and I'm short so you think they wouldn't be so damn rude. Errrr. 6 foot men cutting in front of little girls !

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    ^You should have arrived early, in order to make it to front row.
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    I got lost. The directions I got weren't accurate I drove and extra 2 hours. it takes 5 hours and it took me 7 hours or a lil more to get here. I am getting a real gps not a google phone one. I've had it with getting lost.
    People are still pushing to get in front. I will punch em if they push me.
    Hopefully next tour I will have someone to share the driving and it will be easier.My friends don't know how to drive my car, it is a stick shift.

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    Well, you are there. Shitty is not being in the firsts rows, but there you are....

    Enjoy it as much as you can, I'm green with envy!!!!!

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    ^Over here in Europe the standard is actually a stick shift.

    Btw, Couldn't you drive there the day before, spend the night at an hotel, and then go to the concert by sun rise?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake View Post
    ^Over here in Europe the standard is actually a stick shift.
    Yup, i never have driven an automatic one.

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