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I was thinking about what makes the EGG experience for me. Aside, from the unreal taste and challenge of preparing such oppulent items from this contraption, I feel its the overall experience with friends hanging out, making food, and the commaraderie the EGG seems to naturally create. To me I would need to add music to the mix. When I have friends over there is ususally BBQ, booze and music.
I have posted about some of the food I have made, no pics of my rums but trust me they have been there as well. Below is an experience I had just a few weeks ago.
Motley Crue has been a part of my life for 27 years,(yes I am a child of the 80's). I had run into them on the street in Winnipeg when I was just 16 and that was a memory forever. to just bump into them was cool.
I had a chance to purchase a bass that Nikki signs in front of you with whatever inscription you want, get to hang out for a bit and then he plays the bass on stage at the show that night. There was only 1 bass to buy at each show.
After buying the bass, I had a million questions for the production manager, about what my plan was for the bass and how I would liek to have pics done etc, she was extremely accomodating to execute this for me and make the night a 1 in a million experience. When I went to pick up the bass backstage after the show, I gave her a hug adn told her she was my "Angel" for making my night spectacular. She then asked me if I was going to Vegas to see them when they do a residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in the fall. I said I want to, she replied email me and let me know when you are coming donw and tickets are on me, and we will "party Vegas style" I dont know what that means but either way Im looking forward to it.
Below is the pics of the bass gettting signed and played onstage. He was really cool. I cant upload the pic of the rest of the band meeting for some reason.
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