Re: Stones agreed to censure
Date: February 6, 2006 19:10
> It is with my hat in my hand and my head bowed low
> that I approach the group with a most sincere
> apology. "Kurt" is correct. Jumpin' Jack Flash was
> not played during the dress rehearsal. As I
> mentioned last evening I had stopped for a few
> cold ones on my way home and upon arriving I was
> eager to share with everyone my experience at the
> Super Bowl Halftime Show dress rehearsal.
> I am very sorry to say that the setlist that I
> posted in my Super Bowl Dress Rehearsal post of
> earlier this morning was indeed incorrect. It was
> a innocent mistake and by no means an attept to BS
> anyone. As soon as I awoke this morning and
> cleared my head of the aftermath of a night of
> driking I realized my mistake.
> Before I continue I want to clear something up. I
> was never told by anyone connected with the half
> time production team that the setlist was to be
> kept secret. I would never have revealed the
> setlist if I had been asked not to. We were told
> that the stage is to be kept secret and I have
> honored that request. I have said NOTHIBG at all
> about the set design and I will not say anymore
> about it. We were not asked/told that the setlist
> was to remain secret. I hope that "with sssoul"
> can sleep at night now that her fears have been
> addressed. Jojolapoo, I read your post and all I
> can say is....SHUT THE f*CK UP. I think I just
> heard the stones tell you to bite this
> <pointing to her crotch>.
> FOLLOWING IS THE CORRECT SET LIST
> IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO KNOW THE HALFTIME SET LIST
> STOP NOW
> ...CAUTION SPOILER...CAUTION SPOILER...CAUTION
> SPOILER...CAUTION SPOILER...
> In order...Start Me Up followed by Rough Justice
> followed by (can't get no) Satisfaction.
> Again, I sincerley apologize for my screw up
I didn't read this post until this morning (Monday). On my way out of Vegas, now penniless, I sought shelter in the public library here to get a few hours sleep and to check my emails. I begrudgingly got back onto this Stones site to see if autodog was gloating about tricking everyone into believing that JJF was the 3rd song on the setlist. Until I read this timely correction, I was sure that I had fallen victim to some malicious prank by a stranger named autodog. The problem is, I didn't read this correction until this morning, 18 hours after I had bet all the equity in my home, my retirement money, my baseball card collection, and, unless I can somehow find a way to hide my daughter in a foreign convent, my first born child on the wrong setlist. Oh well, I should have known; there's no such thing as a sure thing.