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    Make a place in the studio where the drink is safe so you don't knock it over, also the place for the drink is away from the gear. For example a shelf at the rear of the room. I do not let beer in the studio at all but banning coffee?

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    That sounds way too logical.

    You know as well as we do it ain't gonna happen.
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    I use a stainless steel "on-the-go" coffee container. It keeps the coffee hot for hours during a long session and if I knock it over, the mess will be minimal.............Hey at least I don't smoke in my studio anymore. I stopped that about 20 years ago !!

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    Learn not to knock stuff over... it's a micro-discipline worth investing some time in. I have whatever I want in my studio because I don't knock shit over because I taught myself not to - engage fully with the beverage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armistice View Post
    Learn not to knock stuff over... it's a micro-discipline worth investing some time in. I have whatever I want in my studio because I don't knock shit over because I taught myself not to - engage fully with the beverage.
    Haha good pont. Cats and kids knock shit over. Adults?:Well they should have outgrown that years ago.

    Now drunk, i can understand. But what makes one think they can record decent music intoxicated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armistice View Post
    Learn not to knock stuff over... it's a micro-discipline worth investing some time in. I have whatever I want in my studio because I don't knock shit over because I taught myself not to - engage fully with the beverage.
    I guess you missed the part about being blind in one eye with extreme tunnel vision in the remaining eye

    that's ok just busting your chops. wish it was just that simple, though

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    Ah special circumstances. I see. (No pun intended)
    Now i feel bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesfordan View Post
    I guess you missed the part about being blind in one eye with extreme tunnel vision in the remaining eye

    that's ok just busting your chops. wish it was just that simple, though
    I didn't miss it, but probably I'd forgotten it by the time I'd read through all the posts. Apologies for my insensitivity. It was a general theme I've been building on lately - how not to do dumb shit - generally happens when people assume they don't have to pay attention to things and get distracted by something else. I do it too, obviously, everyone does, I've just become really aware of how not to make some of those mistakes quite as often as I get older.
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