I might of been out of line, but it doesn't change a thing, because when you get right down to it, a persons sexual activities is really none of my fucking business, and it shouldn't be used as some sort of demeaning insult against somebody, because then you become an idiot like Homeless Dyke and then people laugh at you and nobody will ever take you seriously. I'll comment on him some more in a bit. But yeah, I might of been a bit extreme in calling her a whore, but other than that, it doesn't change a thing. Your band sucks. I don't like you. Deal with it.
And speaking of dealing with it, while sitting at Camel Hump Studios, listening back to the bass and drum tracks that Jeremy and I had laid down for the next upcoming Civilians release, he read to me the latest case of diarrhea spewing from the mouth of Homeless Dyke on the Boycott Onethirtyeight.org Facebook page, and I just had to laugh at him flogging that dead horse once again. Give it up dude. Let it go already. Your perspective on the events of that day you're commenting on are both delusional and flat out wrong. I guess you forgot to mention the part where you were weeping like a little girl with a scraped knee while standing in front of me, apologizing left right and center for what you had done, begging me to stop what was going on all around us? Did you just conveniently block that out of your memory or something, because I can assure you it happened, because there were plenty of witnesses, but whatever. I'm done even commenting on anything you do or say, because it's meaningless and I got better things to do than listen to your homophobic rants about sucking dick and whatever, although your band getting kicked off that gig because of your shit talking was pretty funny. Consequences, man. Repercussions. Life's a bitch when you go out of your way to alienate yourself from everyone and everything. How "Punk" of you. Isn't it time for you to move away from here again? Jeez! LOL
Yeah, recording at da Hump was cool. Obi John Kenobi Brown makes it all go smooth and easy, and always with that damn air bag in his hand! ha ha ha I think it took me longer to set up and for them to get everything mic'd up than it did to actually record the drum tracks. My band mates just called 'em out and I played them, with the only one needing a second take being a new song that we haven't even played that much, so whatever. Trueland seems to think that his process works best, and I'm inclined to believe him. 5 songs, 20 minutes, I'm done! LOL Took Jeremy just about that long to put his bass tracks down on top of mine, and after a quick mix sesh we called it a day. Simple. Easy. I wish all the bands I whore myself out to were just as easy to do things with. Anyways, great things on the horizon for the Civilians. Don't ask me when this recording is going to be finished or worked on again, because I'm just the Drummer - I'm lucky they even bother to tell me anything at all. ;-) Next gig is opening up for the Business at the Cheyenne Saloon on June 12th - see ya there! :-)
Everything is updated, although damned if I know what any of it is right now. Look around and see for yourself... I'm too busy. ;-)