Right on

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16 Responses to Right on

  1. Padawan says:

    Why is a 13 year old on Twitter?

  2. Tom W. says:

    Long before the interweb twitter fb crap, my younger sister, years ago, had almost a Fatal Attraction groupie stalking affection for Sebastian Bach. Lead singer of Skid Row.
    It was really kinda off the hook until he pushed her aside backstage at the Hollywood Sporto in the late 80’s early 90’s for girls old enough to get him more booze, and act like it. Sad part was I sold weed to the doorman to get her in with some friends, and they all got blown off, and I had a great time for free.

    Teenage girls are a face palm head pounding bunch. Maybe another time, I will tell the time my Mother made me take my Sister and a car load of 13-14 year olds to the Orange Bowl for a Madonna concert, and all my heavy metal headbanging “friends” abandoned me.

    It sucks to wear an Iron Maiden shirt, with long ass hair to a Madonna concert back in the day alone with a bunch of cackling girls. It was not pleasant.

    I was threatened with death by my Mother if anything happened to them. She was born in Goteberg Sweden and was not fucking around.

    Different times back than.
    Thanks for the rant.

    • SunwolfNC says:

      Threats from a shieldmaiden… definitely take them seriously.
      I’d enjoy reading more of your stories, having helped roadies for bands like GWAR, Manowar, Helloween, and a couple others, when they were in town; back in the day.
      The ‘band scene’ is something… “special”, and mine were in the same time period.

      • crazyeighter says:

        It’s been going on for a while; see Grand Funk Railroad’s “American Band.” Before that, it was Elvis, who yesterday “celebrated” his birthday, as did my Number One Grandson. Hard to believe I’ve got a teen-aged grandkid…

      • snuffy says:

        So sad to see what has become of the Swedes today.

  3. Steve_in_CA says:

    My opinion of Russell Crowe just went up a notch.

    • pigpen51 says:

      I agree steve in ca. I think that he did a good thing.
      I played in a band for a few years back in the 90’s. I was a sax player in a rock band. We did mostly bars and stuff. The women there in the boonies were hot looking, but after you saw them leave with a different guy night after night, it kind of cooled things off for you. My one son followed in my footsteps, and played music for a time. He headed on the road, in a pos motorhome, playing and working their way across the bottom of the country. They did hurricane relief in Galveston, played at the Phoenix Suns arena for their minor league hockey team, and even got to play at the Whiskey a go go. He ended up in San Luis Obispo, CA. He stayed for a few years, got married and moved back to MI. Now they have a huge log house on 20 acres out in the sticks. He loves it, and has more guns than I do.

      • nonncom says:

        The one thing we learned playing music in the late 60’s early 70’s was, there was plenty of room at the top…..it was the bottom that was crowded….

    • Son of Rusty Shackleford says:

      Hear, hear!

  4. Bob says:

    Hell, bet it made her day, week, month and year!

  5. Daryl says:

    Roman Polanski would of jumped on that.

  6. Brother Mark says:

    Like my dad said, “Give ’em a quarter and tell them to call you after they turn 18.”

    That, and “Keep it in your pants. It’s not worth going to jail for….”

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