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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Seven Out

First audition sucked.
I'm not going to bother to go over it at the moment because I'm obviously not in the mood.
I also don't want to bitch about what went wrong from my perspective as I know I wasn't nearly as good as I should be.  I don't know what it was.  I don't feel like it was nerves but that means I have to chalk it up for not being ready - and I also felt ready.  So, whatever.
Monday starts another week at school where I'll have to buckle down and get more practice and come back better and more prepared next time.

Going to kick back a few cold ones right about now and then pass out. Tomorrow is a new day.

seven-out

11 comments:

  1. Like old Sacco used to say, "Some days are better than others."
    Not like it will make a difference but I'm proud of you. You are amazing. Don't be soo hard on yourself it was the first time. I'll blow you to make you feel better :)

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  2. Sorry to hear. Try not to worry too much about it, considering how new this is to you, it's not suprising that it will take more than one audition to prove yourself. Hang in there....

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  3. Dude, maybe it was working with people you hadn't worked with before. You're used to the people in your class but these people you auditioned with were not the people you had practiced with. It may not seem like much but just minor differences could throw you off. Don't worry about it and kick ass the next time.

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  4. So fucking what. First time usually sucks. Keep at it even though I never understand the craps posts.

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  5. grouuuchiii

    you will look back on this and be like lolz i was no where near as good as i am now, why did i get so mad about that back then?! was good practice, good motivation for you to pwn from here on, and hey sometimes things happen for a reason.

    keep at it sir and i am sure this is just a minor bump in your journey

    glglglglgl

    FOBYYYYY

    PS sup josie >:p

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  6. Learning experience. Plenty of casinos out there. You've already decided to get better, that's the key.

    Splitter

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  7. Yeah ... what they said, except no friggin' blow job from me. Wait for Waffles to chime in for that.

    Like interviewing for any job, the interview itself is a vauable preparation tool. You now have experience of one audition, which will make the next even better.

    Keep at it, bro. If the skills are there it is just a matter getting more experience and trying again.

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    1. Put me in coach
      I'm ready to play
      Today
      Look at me
      I can be
      Center-field

      Thanks for stopping by :)

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  9. Sorry man. Ditto what everyone else said because I am unoriginal. At least you got the experience of auditioning and that will help you next time. Good luck!

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    1. yes, the experience was def. worthwhile - so I'm not going to knock that - especially when I preach to the others to go on their first for the experience even if they don't get it.

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