Woofer And Tweet

bonzo75

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I air conduct a lot. There is another regular at the barbican, a few times we have ended up next to each other, when he sees me next to him he groans. And puts his hand next to his eye to block the side view. Otherwise he is quite friendly. I have also got taps on my back between movements asking me to stop. I don't. These classical concert attendees are snobs who don't know how to enjoy music. Someone should send them to rock concerts for a primer before they start attending classical ones. It's all about air gestures and head banging
 
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I air conduct a lot. There is another regular at the barbican, a few times we have ended up next to each other, when he sees me next to him he groans. And puts his hand next to his eye to block the side view. Otherwise he is quite friendly. I have also got taps on my back between movements asking me to stop. I don't. These classical concert attendees are snobs who don't know how to enjoy music. Someone should send them to rock concerts for a primer before they start attending classical ones. It's all about air gestures and head banging
Couldn't have said it better. Thanks.
 

wisnon

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See the banner... I think he just misses his former audio dealer. Humor like high end audio can be subjective!
I had seen that. My confusion is why they only went when the restaurant was empty (when no one is ever there). I thought there was a deeper meaning there!
 
Aug 28, 2018
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Just discovered Woofer and Tweet; a nice adder allowing us to laugh at ourselves, thanks for doing this.
 

wisnon

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I'm a simple guy; no deep meanings here ;-)
It was the wording. The idea you tried to get across is "why do we keep coming to this restaurant even though its always empty"? Meaning its not popular, so what is the attraction. I read is why do we ONLY come here at the times when no one is here.
 

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