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  •  yeah...well (1+ / 0-)
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    I was kinda committed to seeing the show, before he confessed that bit. I didn't KNOW he had it until I asked him why he was so apparently tipsy after the first round of drinks. And I really am the kind of person who waits a while to go judgmental. I tend to wait and see a bit first. I'm overly patient and I was really hoping for a good outcome. LOL! This is a fault of mine. I waited 27 years to see if my ex-hubby would grow up and/or grow fond of having a family. He didn't. But I was committed. (I guess that makes me a little crazy)

    •  Well sounds like the band was good (1+ / 0-)
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      so that's a positive. I'm sure your next date will be better. How could it possibly be worse. :-)

      "It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth." - Morpheus

      by CitizenOfEarth on Fri Nov 02, 2012 at 10:52:07 AM PDT

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      •  AMEN! (0+ / 0-)

        And YES Band of Skulls is great music. They don't have a flashy show, the drummer, Matt Hayward, is energetic and Russell Marsden, lead guitar is kinda carrying it by himself, smiling and at one point almost stepping on my fingers on the stage, but Emma Richardson, the bassist, just stands in one spot most of the time and her hair blocks her face. She moved to face the drum kit twice in an hour of playing. Good bassist, but way too quiet. But the MUSIC is not to be denied. I really like their stuff. Funny thing is, I already know the words to a lot of their songs and so a lot of people around me kept asking me what they were saying. lol - kids!

        The Wombats also put on a much more high energy 30 minutes as the opener. I'm not real familiar with their music but they rocked and I enjoyed them.
        Thanks for reading. I need contact from the outside world, haha!

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