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Monday, March 13, 2006


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Hmmm... Sounds like mid-life crisis. I'd recommend the sports car instead.

LOL. Its probably not a good sign, but at 28 I'm not even considering moshing. That's just trouble waiting to happen for me. Though my chiropractor has nothing but good things to say about mosh pits being productive for her business :)

One of those little signs that you're one of the coolest software developers out there! :)

How was it? *Love* Sevendust and hoping to get to see them again soon.

Other than the injuries, of course.

The demon is loose!

Well, you've got me beat. My last mosh pit was when I was in my late twenties. I saw Sevendust in the late nineties(Clutch opened). I can relate to your concert posts. I used to go to concerts all the time, several a year since I got my drivers license but have slowed down in my mid thirties. I'm very much looking forward to taking my son to a concert, although at six weeks old I'll need to wait quite some time. Anyway, keep going. I'm inspired by others in my age bracket.

Heh... it's been some years, and I'm quite sure it will not come again. But it was fun. I remember I only dared to get in after trading in my glasses for contact lenses at age 17.

I have to say I learned a new English word today though, I've only known this as pogoing.

[Sarcasm] BonJovi has one mean mosh pit as well. Ever seen them in concert, Nick? [/Sarcasm] :)

Alan, a mosh pit at a Bon Jovi concert wouldn't work 'cos everyone would be worried about messing up their hair-do :)


The only thing you forgot to mention...

How was the SHOW???

LOL, At 29 I often feel like I'm way too old too... but nothing washes away weeks of built-up client and deadline stress like two hours sweating like a pig, slamming into your fellow fans, being crushed and fighting your way back up again for air. Rock on Nick!

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