[JPL] good career move

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Wed Jul 12 14:32:15 EDT 2006


and don't forget to remove the red M&Ms

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> Rider's are also frequently seen as extemporaneous self-
> indulgences the  
> artist is trying to get away with, like there must be 10 asparagus 
> sandwiches  and 
> mineral water back stage, and other notorious examples. I've seen 
> this  
> handled by taking out the ole black magic marker and crossing thru 
> anything the  
> club doesn't want to consider, and sending it back signed. You'd 
> think if the  
> Yamaha was so critical that he wouldn't play without it that there 
> would have  
> been better arrangements made ahead of time aside from a rider 
> clause. 
> -david
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> 
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