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Bryan Adams Live

...is too hard to describe... great show... all 104 minutes of it!.... great music coming from a great guy and his band!

My ears are still ringing from the sound!

Bryan and Keith did a duet on "It's Only Love"; was amusing...He was like "this next one is my first duet I ever recorded.... I was 25 at the time so you can imagine... Tina Turner.. WHOA! But tonight...... we don't have her.... but we have the next best thing; Keith Scott on the lead guitar!"

plus the riffs they did on most songs were great and nifty! Bryan live rules! Of course he rules any other way too.... ^_^ Really lively performance, he definitely enjoys perfoming live.

That and with any other band, it'd be odd to see two guys in their 40's running/jumping around the stage with their gutairs like kids....with any other band....but Bryan's band isn't any other band....

Note to all the people who think Vegeterianism/Veganism doesn't get you the vitamins you need... WROOOOOONG! Bry's a vegan and look at him go!!! most meat-eaters his age are already tired of life, and Bryan leads a life which is rather hectic too... Tours, hotels, flying to places, performing, writing, recording, etc etc... not exactly an easy life!

Oh and Di... didn't give him a hug physically; mentally however....


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Feb. 12th, 2004 05:02 am (UTC)
*mockhuffs* Well, I guess a mental hug is better than anything. XD XD XD

*dying* "The next best thing..." Powa Keith. Dunno if he outta take that assa compliment or an insult. XD

Feb. 12th, 2004 08:35 am (UTC)
well he did wave at me.. or well.. in the direction I was in... :: Sweatdrop::
Oct. 7th, 2004 08:10 pm (UTC)
My Opinion
Vegeterianism/Veganism doesn't get you the vitamins you need

As much as I agree about you on Bryan Adams, but I disagree on the statement above. They still has to consume pills for proteins and stuff, to fulfil their needs. Especially if they started to be a vegan at a very young age.

In the case of Bryan Adams he started to be a vegetarian not so young, right? And he exercise and stuff. So yes, he look healthy and... yummy :-))
Oct. 7th, 2004 08:31 pm (UTC)
Re: My Opinion
No they don't have to consume vitamins.. those who don't eat enough vegetables and fruits need to consume vitamins....(ever wonder how did people survive in the ages *before* 'vitamins' in capsules? )

The real vitamins are in fruits and vegetables.. not in meat.. where does the meat get them from? Plus I'd rather know where/how my food's been fed/treated. More people suffer from things like food poisoning due to food borne disease that's on the meat, not on vegetables.

I've done enough reading on the subject and gone through enough personal experiences with these things, to know what's what. It works for me, I haven't eaten meat in 8 years and white meat in 3-4, no serious problems there. In fact they stopped ^

The key is balanced diet. Yes some vegeterians and vegans don't get the full spread of things, but that's because they don't know how to balance things. You have to know which fruit has which vitamins that you need. Sadly a lot of people think "vegeterian = no meat. EASY!" it's not that simple...

Personally I'd rather get the vitamins in their natural state as opposed to processed in capsules. You never know what's *really* in there.
Oct. 8th, 2004 08:43 pm (UTC)
Thanks for your insight
Sadly a lot of people think "vegeterian = no meat. EASY!" it's not that simple...

Yes, I know that, alot of article simply put it that way, when you actually has to balance your dietary intake per day. And it's rather hard because I can see many people can't even eat three times a day.

I'd rather get the vitamins in their natural state
It's hard to find a 'real' organic fruits and vitamins in the city I live in. People are ignorance in that case. But, I don't oppose to people being vegetarian nor vegan :)
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