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(That Eric Alper)   "You can stand right there, dude. I don't know what you're trying to do. You're lucky I didn't f** you up, bro. I'm here to play for you, not jerk you off, you f**king douchebag"   (thatericalper.com) divider line 12
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2014-02-08 07:24:40 PM
Don't know the band, but he played that really cool. He could have f*cked him up and nothing would have come of it. "Dude jumped on stage and attacked me, I stood my ground." or some other shiat.
 
2014-02-08 07:25:02 PM
I'm impressed that the drummer kept a low key beat going that was in time with what Josh was saying. Stay off the stage unless you're invited up there. Let the bands play. Dimebag Darrel and Randy Blythe are two examples of musicians negatively effected by fans coming up  on stage. Let it go, you don't need it be up there.
 
2014-02-08 07:30:02 PM

phoenixdan: I'm impressed that the drummer kept a low key beat going that was in time with what Josh was saying. Stay off the stage unless you're invited up there. Let the bands play. Dimebag Darrel and Randy Blythe are two examples of musicians negatively effected by fans coming up  on stage. Let it go, you don't need it be up there.


Came here to make a Lamb of God reference, but I see you've got that covered.
 
2014-02-08 07:45:02 PM
Done in 2.
 
2014-02-08 07:55:27 PM
He should have pulled a Maynard.
 
2014-02-08 08:33:31 PM

dr_blasto: He should have pulled a Maynard.



Wow! Went to hug him, tossed him over his hip, wrestled his way on to the guy's back, them choked him out and then humped him  all while continuing to sing. That's a real pro. And I love the, "awww, you're gonna be fine, brah" pats to the back at the end too.
 
2014-02-08 09:13:18 PM

mongbiohazard: dr_blasto: He should have pulled a Maynard.


Wow! Went to hug him, tossed him over his hip, wrestled his way on to the guy's back, them choked him out and then humped him  all while continuing to sing. That's a real pro. And I love the, "awww, you're gonna be fine, brah" pats to the back at the end too.


Actually, thats a brazillian jiu jitsu brown belt.
 
2014-02-08 10:04:26 PM

coma: mongbiohazard: dr_blasto: He should have pulled a Maynard.


Wow! Went to hug him, tossed him over his hip, wrestled his way on to the guy's back, them choked him out and then humped him  all while continuing to sing. That's a real pro. And I love the, "awww, you're gonna be fine, brah" pats to the back at the end too.

Actually, thats a brazillian jiu jitsu brown belt.


I don't know about his training later in life but his dad was a wrestling coach.
 
2014-02-08 10:10:22 PM
My favourite "musician vs. audience members argy bargy" story is from an 18 year old Rolling Stone piece.

It was a story-cum-interview with Gibby Haynes, the lead singer of The Butthole Surfers. Just to set the scene first, coz it's important: Gibby Haynes was a talented quarterback in high school.


"I am the farking right arm of karma, and it's a farking 80-mile-an-hour son of a biatch.

I have survived full-on assassination attempts onstage. I've been physically attacked onstage. Wicked shiat, man. It doesn't ever disturb me that I might hit an innocent person. I mean, at Reading, people were throwing mud clods at us. If I shut my eyes for a second, I could get hit in the head in front of 20,000 people. What kind of shiat is that?

My only choice was to pick 'em up or catch 'em and throw 'em back. They even threw an apple that I caught and threw back. That toss was beyond reproach. I didn't actually see who it hit, just the green-and-white plume of apple sauce as it sailed into someone's cranium."

[...]

Some years ago, I played touch football with the Butthole Surfers in Austin, Texas, and found that Gibby could throw a football farther than anyone I've ever known. Maybe Brett Favre can throw farther - maybe - but I don't know Brett Favre.

I'd be running full speed for what seemed like days, and the ball would still sail over my head by 20 feet. Even when I was playing football in college, I never saw anything like it. On the few occasions when my trajectory actually caught up to that of the ball, it was like catching a concrete block dropped from an airplane. The ball exploded into my chest, popping capillaries, spraining pectoralis major muscles, stopping my heart, knocking me backward to the ground.



COME AND GET YOUR KARMA
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2014-02-08 10:22:41 PM

stonelotus: coma: mongbiohazard: dr_blasto: He should have pulled a Maynard.


Wow! Went to hug him, tossed him over his hip, wrestled his way on to the guy's back, them choked him out and then humped him  all while continuing to sing. That's a real pro. And I love the, "awww, you're gonna be fine, brah" pats to the back at the end too.

Actually, thats a brazillian jiu jitsu brown belt.

I don't know about his training later in life but his dad was a wrestling coach.


I was just saying that the hip toss, back take, rear naked choke progression he does is close to the most fundamental jiu jitsu technique demonstration you could ask for. The fact that he does it smoothly, gently and while remaining completely calm is indicative of his rank.
 
2014-02-08 10:24:59 PM
 
2014-02-09 04:31:41 AM

coma: stonelotus: coma: mongbiohazard: dr_blasto: He should have pulled a Maynard.


Wow! Went to hug him, tossed him over his hip, wrestled his way on to the guy's back, them choked him out and then humped him  all while continuing to sing. That's a real pro. And I love the, "awww, you're gonna be fine, brah" pats to the back at the end too.

Actually, thats a brazillian jiu jitsu brown belt.

I don't know about his training later in life but his dad was a wrestling coach.

I was just saying that the hip toss, back take, rear naked choke progression he does is close to the most fundamental jiu jitsu technique demonstration you could ask for. The fact that he does it smoothly, gently and while remaining completely calm is indicative of his rank.


While continuing to sing! That's the part I find the most hilarious. Oh, and the humping.
 
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