sure. in the CC days most people just didn't care. at all. this was the punk club scene. to want an autograph was to suggest an artist was a "rock star" and that was something that was actively opposed. in fact, i was embarrassed to ask scott and mark to sign my short bus when i bought it at a show merch table, and they thought it was odd too; mark laughed about it "sure, save it, maybe it'll be worth something someday." the whole idea was a joke.
i'm sure by the time of dude ranch, when they were doing radio promotion and stuff, it became more common and more orchestrated.
at least on the warped tour 97, tom and mark could still be found at their own merch table. not so much from 98 on.
at warped tour 99 there was a little meet n greet tent, and you just kind of lined up and hung out. that's where my profile pic was taken, and why mark looks so surprised. he was like "dude, i haven't seen you in like over a year. we have this big album out now, can you believe it? did you see the video on MTV, we're running naked?"