Re: Coming home from a gig...
- From: MegaSwing <MegaSwing@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 9 Nov 2009 06:27:25 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 9, 8:53 am, "JoeSpareBedroom" <newstr...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
"Mike" <tetri...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Nov 8, 6:09 am, bassman2 <vince_angelon...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Driving along. late at night, I thought just how much of a high one is
on..not like a succesful day at work, this is more than that, it is
that inner feeling that only the stage can give you, the adrenalin
that drives you, the feel that all is well in the world, 'know what I
I'm usually more concerned about getting pulled over.
For my own part it's usually because I am dead tired and often have
been drinking at least a little bit, not ideal conditions in which to
be driving home late. Add these to the facts that the roads are
typically not that crowded in the wee hours and cops will pull you
over late at night just to have something to do, and, yes, the
escalating traffic stop is a valid concern. In the best
circumstances, its just an inconvenience, a delay in getting home and
to bed; in the worst, it's a major problem. Up until now, I have only
encountered cops that weren't in the mood for any extra trouble, and
upon learning I was a musician on my way home from a gig, simply told
me to be careful the rest of the way, but sometimes weird shit happens
and there you are.
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