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« on: August 13, 2007, 08:44:48 pm »

My family and I hurried up to get packed on Friday morning.  My daughter and I marked up the suv with crosses and OZZFest 2007 across the back of the window.  Should we pack the guitars, no way no room or time to play at the hotel.  While driving to the hotel a block over from the concert, people would just stare at the crosses thinking we're going to a prayer revival.  Until they see the back and look at us  in shock, lol, uptight preps, and etc.  motherf____s.  But we did get some bull horns, hang loose, and thumbs up and peace signs on the way there and back.  :-D  The uptight just live with blinder's on narrow in thought and feeling to bad so sad.  My daughter and wife stayed at the hotel and ordered in from Arrenello's pizza best in Chicago.  lol. Me the Nos got my Bark At Moon button up shirt on with army camo pants.  Little Nos got dressed in all black.  Where we come from the town favors and sucks up to preppies someone in black is an outcast.  This is very prominent in the schools the one's in black persecuted for wearing black.  My son wears black anyway, he walks his own Hell on earth already with depression, anxiety attacks, autism, and walking like OZZY with collapsed arches.  Some not all teachers and many students pick on the ones in black.  My son just tells them to F___K OFF no matter who it is if they ask for they get it.  Then he's sent home of course.  So you see this was a pilgrimage for my son and I to bond and be blown away at the show OZZ put on.  It was a cleansing feeling and a dream come true for father and son.  He said, "It didn't seem real, but a dream come true I know many would pick apart the show OZZY put on, but I don't know how it could be any better!!!!  I told someone next to us," I hope he plays War Pigs and Black Rain".  The dude said, " He won't play any Sabbath songs".  Hah showed you.  I write poetry about peace in the same styling as those songs that's shock poetry in motion. lol.  I loved Zakk's shredding guitar solo of the, "Star Spangled Banner".
I liked it more than the Hendrix version, but I luv Hendrix version also.  I don't know how ZaKK could do a better job or OZZY for that matter.   Crazy Train, and all the rest that they played were all excellent choices past and present.  To finish it up as we walked to the parking lot the popo's stopped us from walking any further.  We saw OZZY's bus go by with police escort and then Zakk, and the bass player in the window of the other bus.  The bass player was videoing everyone they passed.  I was the only one there with the Bark at the Moon shirt on and little nos was next to me as you started to leave the fence area.  I give them the horns up high, lol.  They made me feel like a teenager again with all the fun that OZZ and the rest of the groups worked hard at doing.  OZZY I Thank You  and the rest of the band's.  Check one thing off the before I die to do list, lol.  Signed Nos482.   ::animatedsmile
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« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2007, 07:47:10 pm »

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Nos482 said: I loved Zakk's shredding guitar solo of the, "Star Spangled Banner".


that was one of the best parts, i definitely agree ::finger
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« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2007, 07:11:02 am »

ThankX 4 the comments on Zakk.   A lot of people compare Zakk and Randy Rhoads and Tony they're all metal but they add
their on personal shreads that is their fingerprint on guitar.  I don't see where improvement can be made on any part, people shouldn't compare.  He's  part of the group complimenting the singer, the OZZMan himself.  I luv some guitar players
because of their uniqueness, in being different and not the same as another group.  What do yah think?
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« Reply #3 on: August 18, 2007, 07:12:54 am »

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Nos482 said: We got packed Friday mourning to go to Tinley Park.  Me and my daughter marked up the suv with crosses and OZZFest 2007 across the back of the window.   While driving to the hotel a block over from the concert, people would just stare at the crosses thinking we're going to a prayer revival.  Until they see the back and look at us  in shock, lol, uptight preps, and etc.  motherf____s.  We did get some bull horns, hang loose, and thumbs up and peace signs on the way there and back.  :-D  The uptight just live with blinder's on narrow in thought and feeling to bad so sad.  My wife and daughter stayed at the hotel on 45 which was the next exit over from the concert.  Me the Nos got my Bark At Moon button up shirt on with army camo pants.  Little Nos got dressed in all black.  Where we come from the town favors and sucks up to preppies someone in black is an outcast.  This is very prominent in the schools the one's in black persecuted for wearing black.  My son wears black anyway, he walks his own Hell on earth already with depression, anxiety attacks, autism, and walking like OZZY with collapsed arches.  Some not all teachers and many students pick on the ones in black.  My son just tells them to F___K OFF no matter who it is if they ask for they get it.  Then he's sent home of course.  So you see this was a pilgrimage for my son and I to bond and be blown away at the show OZZ put on.  It was a cleansing feeling and a dream come true for father and son.  He said, "It didn't seem real, but a dream come true I know many would pick apart the show OZZY put on, but I don't know how it could be any better!!!!  I told someone next to us," I hope he plays War Pigs and Black Rain".  The dude said, " He won't play any Sabbath songs".  Hah showed you.  I write poetry about peace in the same styling as those songs that's shock poetry in motion. lol.  I loved Zakk's shredding guitar solo of the, "Star Spangled Banner".
I liked it more than the Hendrix version, but I luv Hendrix version also.  I don't know how ZaKK could do a better job or OZZY for that matter.   Crazy Train, and all the rest that they played were all excellent choices past and present.  To finish it up as we walked to the parking lot the popo's stopped us from walking any further.  We saw OZZY's bus go by with police escort and then Zakk, and the bass player in the window of the other bus.  The bass player was videoing everyone they passed.  I was the only one there with the Bark at the Moon shirt on and little nos was next to me as you started to leave the fence area.  I give them the horns up high, lol.  They made me feel like a teenager again with all the fun that OZZ and the rest of the groups worked hard at doing.  OZZY I Thank You  and the rest of the band's.  Check one thing off the before I die to do list, lol.  Signed Nos482.   ::animatedsmile
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« Reply #4 on: August 18, 2007, 07:16:21 am »

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OOOps I tried to edit my post but it didn't work out that way wtf oh well.
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« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2007, 10:30:59 am »

I enjoyed watching Lordi they reminded me of Gwar mixed with Kiss.  Static X put out some shredds that I liked as well as my son.  We have an uncontrollable urge to shred on our guitars now.  lol. ::animatedsmile::animatedlaugh
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« Reply #6 on: August 25, 2007, 07:10:39 am »

One of these days I'll have to get backstage passes. lol::animatedsmile::animatedsmile::animatedsmile::animatedsmile::animatedsmile
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