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notes to the dr. of criminology- where if he were not a sappy lovesick guitar player- he would be working for the FBI. how strange. stay sappy, please.
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well. is this a story? im not sure but it is interesting. (to mtx fans... or maybe just frank himself) its more of a series of events and strange happenings that just happen to happen at an MTX show in Oct in salt Lake. first- i want to say thanks to frank for playing 'More Than Toast' when we asked you to. and me and my wonderful girl were probably bugging you too much when we kept asking you to play more songs off of 'Our Bodies Our Selves'. cos you and i both know that its a trite more difficult to play most of those songs with only one guitar now-- right? second- i would have to say that your constant eye on my wonderful girl made for much conversation between us. and i thought it was great. or course how could you not? we were right in front. i mean the real- actual- total- front. she was blond (not natural- thank goodness) and had a white shirt on and through out your set during each song there would be times when she would be so embarrassed from your crazy smiling stares that she would turn away flushed into my shoulder. during 'I fell for you' at the precise moment at which the lyrics go "...give the signal. Ready? Go!" - she pretended to faint and fell back... you laughed so hard that you messed up the song. that was funny. one other piece of strange occurrence was that you happen to play "Ready Set Go" from the "MML" album. i think that is a pretty obscure song compared to all the stuff you have out these days. but it just so happens that love that song... and the strangest part is that i showed the lyrics and told my wonderful girl to listen to the song- as a metaphor for how i was feeling when we were in a fight- just two weeks before the show. oooohhh. still, stranger things have happened. above all of the nights highlights in the DV8 basement that night... even above when you explained to me about your ---Horse Racing Theory and how it relates to Pretty Girls--- (that had been bugging me for months since the night when the Hi fives played and John D told me about your insane theory) --(i have yet to take my wonderful girl to the track to test this theory out- im quite interested in turning it into a 'hypothesis instead of just a theory)... anyhow.. above all things that night---> i found it most silly of you when some hip-hop looking kid came up to you and asked for your 'John Hancock'-- placed right on his white hip-hop visor that had an anarchy sigh on it--- you simply spelled your name with a 'circle A' as in anarchy. i took it with amazing humor and laughed at your amazing simplistic humor-- i bet that hip-hop guy did not even know it was a joke. was it? haha.