[KRAFTWERK] Unhappy fan
circuitslave at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 1 05:41:21 CEST 2004
No offense to him, but I wanted to laugh when I started reading it.
Especially the part where he "blew it" and then went back with the pen. He
should have just let it go. Now mind you, I understand his side of it, as a
fan, but Petter is right. Now maybe it's because we (me and my brother)
took a picture of Ralf (not with) and did get an autograph, but if we
didn't, it still woudn't have changed.
Even taking the picture, I felt as if I somehow violated Ralf's space. But
not so much as to not take it. The opportunity presented itself and I took
Like other's have said, Florian will walk by and ignore you. Hell, it
happened to us in SF. We all just laughed. But you have to remember , they
are human. No offense, but does Kraftwerk owe anybody anything? Sure, they
owe you a good performance and your hard-earned money's worth for their
products and concert tickets, but for othe requests and for whatever their
reasons, I don't think they owe anybody anything.
Now mind you, I intend to do my best to see if I can meet them again, but if
it doesn't happen, oh well big deal.
I feel kinda of sorry for him in a way also. Happiness comes from within.
Never put your happiness in anybody else's hand.
>From: "Petter Duvander" <petter at 5eV.com>
>Reply-To: kraftwerk at activerecord.com
>To: <kraftwerk at activerecord.com>
>Subject: Re: [KRAFTWERK] Unhappy fan
>Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 02:33:30 +0200
>Shaun Vaughan wrote:
> > This guy's not happy with Ralf
> > http://www.dancefrontdoor.co.uk/article2646.html
>I can't stop thinking that if you're obsessing with pictures and
>autographs... haven't you kind of missed the whole point with Kraftwerk?
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