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“So it's Sunday evening and I'm in the car on my way home from what is... I guess it's the last Good Evening rehearsal. We were working on a song and we got into another argument... and then the question was put, like, "Are we gonna keep putting ourselves through this?" And I just said, "No, I'm not doing any more."

It's kind of weird to be posting this over the phone. I just... I can't seem to reach anyone. I'm 20 minutes away from my computer, but I guess I just wanted to get it out while it was still fresh.

I'm sort of in shock, I guess, even though it needed to happen... obviously, anyone who's reading this knows that it's been sort of a ? situation for a while. Even though the music was really good, there was so much bullshit going on. And... it's just sad.

It really does feel like breaking up with someone. And I was even having that dilemma where I knew I was gonna take a car home so I could take my pedals, but I didn't know whether or not to take my amp home. Which is sort of like, I guess, when you've been living with someone and you're breaking up and you're wondering when you take your clothes and your toothbrush and all that stuff. But it's a little different, because it's a $900 amplifier that weighs like 60 pounds.

Anyway, I'll talk more about this tomorrow in depth, but I needed to say what I wanted to say. I don't even know if I said anything. Good night.”

Transcribed by: adupont
Sorry, dude. She was a bitch that never deserved you. The band, that is.

When you're ready to look for another band, I'd recommend finding a drummer first and working from there.
sorry to hear that man, although i'm glad it's seeming easy to see the good to come from this.