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By playinmyguitar - / Saturday 15 August 2009 15:02 / United States
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Hey, a gig is a gig. You should be grateful that they support you, because I know a hell of a lot of parents who don't support their kids who try and get into music. Also, I believe there's a moral in there about not counting your chickens before they hatch. Were you sure to get confirmation for the people you invited?

I think this is a 50/50 split of FYL and YDI. You said you invited X amount of people... you never said that all (or any) said they'd come. I can invite whoever I want all day long, but that doesn't mean they'll show. Better luck next gig!

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#2 your username describes you perfectly. Generally in normal human culture, when someone invites you to a concert, movies, etc. and you say "yes" is for accepting the invitation and therefore you need to go to the concert because you accepted to go, not just for being polite as there are polite ways to decline an invitation. Where are you from? Degobah? Dantooine?

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The situations you mentioned were all personally going with the person, what this was talking about and what I was talking about were the "in general yeah sure I'll go to your party". Seriously, look at how many people say they'll show up on facebook to an event, and compare that to the number that actually do. I promise you, its nowhere near the same, and that is completely different than saying "ok I'll meet you specifically at the movie theater at 6:00". See the differe

Hey, a gig is a gig. You should be grateful that they support you, because I know a hell of a lot of parents who don't support their kids who try and get into music. Also, I believe there's a moral in there about not counting your chickens before they hatch. Were you sure to get confirmation for the people you invited?

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