Our local record store is trying to come up with ways to stop people they think may be "flipping" or "reselling" the items they buy on Record Store Day by using tactics to stop certain people from getting in line first. I wanted that very limited Rolling Stones from last year so I got in line at 11 PM the night before and of course I was first in line. I bought other records as well, not just RSD titles. If I am willing to get in line first by staying up all night I should be able to have that opportunity. The manager of the store is desperately trying to come up with a way to stop people from being first in line. The first method was going to be a "grab bag" where you took a "number" to figure your place in line but I think a lot of people complained and that went away. The next idea was to not allow anyone to start lining until 6 AM. I believe that has gone now as well in order to stop a huge "stampede" from the parking lot to the outside of the store where someone would surely be hurt. They still haven't made a final announcement as to how they are going to control the line. The answer is simple. First come first serve. It's not my fault that you are not willing to stay up all night to get what you want. And I can do whatever I want with the records I buy it is not up to the store owner or manger. Thank-you.