haha, that's hilarious. There's a beer brewed by Estes Park brewery called Staggering Elk, this story reminded me of that.
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I think when he asked if he should "pitch it" he meant "throw it away" not pitch pitch it.I agree. Pitch it, not pitch it!
I think he should save it, too.
Vacuum leaks suck. Pressure leaks blow.
Reminds me of a bumper sticker I saw:
"Mean people suck. Nice people swallow "
Salty. Probably the guy didn't know how to articulate "bitter" or any other number of flavors. But I know about the negative comment bugging ya. One can have 99 people tell them what a badass job they're doing and then latch onto the single poor response.I feel this same way about playing music live. I have super high expectations for myself, so when I screw up, I can't help but think that every musician in the crowd notices. And it's only them that notice too, usually. Played a show on Saturday, crowd was way into it, but I played shaky in the first song, only a couple people maybe noticed at all, but still I can't get over it...fixated on the small, negatives...
That's pretty much saying the same thing, haha.IANAL
Man, you and your internet acronyms. What is this? I am not a liar?
Well, that, too, but...
I'm a huge Rush fan, so most drummers don't impress me, but I'm surprised no one mentioned Bill Bruford from Yes, definitely one of the best out there and also a Hall of Fame member.