During one of my ridiculous Queen debates, Peter Freestone makes a cameo appearance. He talks to us for an hour-and-a-half. Despite being worn out from the debate, the debate participants and myself ask questions, and listen to Peter's stories!
A good friend has advised me that there are personal jabs towards me in this clip. How childish to unearth dirty laundry publicly like this.
The sense of entitlement of someone who thinks they should be named on my website without even contacting me ... this is a first.
In the end I credited them anyway ... and all that gripe only to be credited under an alias instead of a real name. How bizarre.
I would like to remind everyone that it was approx. 3am when that segment was recorded. I am a sarcastic person at times (especially when sleep deprivation is in effect). However, I would like to have a one on one conversation with Sir GH to set the record straight. I know that it seems that I bash him on occasion, but it's only because I never spoke my mind to him directly.
Therefore, I would like to apologize to Sir GH about this negative energy towards him. I think differently than most people and to my own admission I end up catching my broken sense of sarcasm way after the fact.
I'd still like to converse with him however at a future date. I have some opinions on many concerts that I would like to debate/discuss with him.
Sir GH wrote: Nice to see you here man. Apology accepted.
You know where you can find me if you ever want to chat.
Why don't you join us for one of the debates SirGH? You don't have to stay for the whole thing but I'm sure we would all love to have you and you would be able to contribute some great information.
What great fun! I wasn't certain what it was all about. Queen debate?? But listening, I found it so enjoyable! Thanks for sharing! And I so understood what he meant about flying!! Just the flight itself, particularly if it is a long one, can have me coughing for days. Being cooped up in that tube with that recycled air and all the breath of the other sardines...I'd never really thought of that before.