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Old 10-17-2019, 03:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey, what's up guys.
I feel like you all need to listen what i have to say before making any negative response to this thread.

I am a autistic man from the San Francisco Bay Area and I like all types of music from the 70's, 80's, 90's and some of the current day and I am 18 years old. I need to tell you all this story and please don't think that I am being mean or anything because i am not.

In late August, An old friend of mine wanted to introduce me to this called Crystal Platinum which is a cover band that does rock covers and such. I attended their first gig which was called Rocking The Barn on Clayton Road and i thought that they were alright so i decided to help them out a little bit by recording two of their rehearsal sessions because that was my way of like supporting them. This one particular night however made me change my entire opinion about the band.

Before i do that, I just want everyone of you reading this to know that I have not only autism but ptsd and another related mental illness disorder and severe depression which causes me to have poor hygiene at times. Back in September of last month, i went to record their 2nd rehearsal session which was my last at a local recording studio.

Everything seemed to be going fine but after like a hour when i got home, i received word from someone that they were basically ****-talking me in the parking lot when i was in my car stating that i "smelt like piss". They need to understand that I have a mental-illness disorder with PTSD, Autism and depression and that poor hygiene is the result of it at times. And no I am trying to state in a way that i am using my disorder as a excuse it is 100% fact. After i received word from the person, i never went or supported the band again.

So reminder that if you ever decide on supporting any type of band and wanting them to become your friend, remember to give them a 2nd look first.

Have a great evening everyone.
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