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I say what I mean, but I don’t always mean what I say. blaalb.


1. lucy - July 21, 2006

i loved it i feel like i understand everything u were sayin!! πŸ˜‰

2. sporadicblogger - July 30, 2006

Thank you πŸ˜€

3. Man Of War - August 12, 2006

read your thread about egtting maiden to ukraine. I was wondering if i could ask of you a small favour. We Indians too are attempting to bring maiden to india. Unfortunately, none of us(the fans on the maiden boards) are promoters. We are in touch with interested parties.
I was wondering if I could ask a favour of you: could you tell us how you are going about getting maiden- who are you getting in touch with for the finances, for instance. you mentioned bank credit; how do you go about it.
Also any logistical details that might be demanded, and other suh organisational details.

Thanks for your help, and I hope youre successful!:cool:[/QUOTE]
Sorry for long answering!

Bank credit.You know,here in Ukraine really it is not a big problem,but…It would take A LOT OF DIFFICULT thing to do-many papers,business-plans etc.I don’t really know how it goes with credits in India-your rules,your laws for getting a credit,so I think it will be better for you to visit several banks and find out wgat you need to do to get a large sum of money.
Well,besides,I don’t think that a credit is really the best variant-I think,finding an investor is more possible,but the investor will put you to more responsibility than a bank.
ABout logistics…Yes,of course it is better to get Maiden to Ukraine when they are in near countries-Hungary,Poland,Romania…It would be not so expensive for transport expenses than if Maiden would come right from England.About India-look when they’re near to East-Japan,Korea,well-you’d see it better than me %))

Well,another thing-if you want to organize a concert in 2008,you should start working on it in jan-feb 2007,because Maiden-are monsters,and they plan their shows for years πŸ™‚
And one thing more – if you want to knock-on to a SANCTUARY group – do NOT write them emails – these bastards =))) do not reply.Maybe,they think it is a spam?I don’t know..You’d better call there by phone.
Well-if you have any questions – write to my e-mail :man-of-war@i.ua -I’ll answer in a few HOURS because I check it 20 times in a day!
let’s think together and we’ll do this thing,man!!!

4. sporadicblogger - August 15, 2006

Thanks for getting back to me πŸ™‚
Unfortunately, I have been in touch with a promotor who was himself interested in getting maiden here, but he’d worked out the costs, and it seems to be just too much. It would come to Rs.5000 per ticket for 30,000 people, which is unreal.

5. Man of War - August 30, 2006

How many is it in US dollars?Or Euro?
Real,not TOO high price for Ukraine would be 25 up to 50$ per ticket.

6. sporadicblogger - August 31, 2006

Thats $107.5 (USD).
I still haven’t lost hope. I,personally, will b going to a UK gig next tour(this time the dates in London clash with my exams), however, I’ll keep trying for a SE Asia collab. Maybe, just maybe, if enough people come in from surrounding countries, maiden in india will be possible πŸ™‚

7. Man of War - September 1, 2006

Yeah,107,5$ is TOO high,really…30-000 won’t be gathered for this price..:( But,actually, I would pay this for maiden here in Odessa,Ukraine;)

8. sporadicblogger - September 1, 2006

me too :snivel:

9. sporadicblogger - November 25, 2006

Note: I am now 19. Can’t be bothered to go to the dashboard and edit this page πŸ™‚

ps-finally did.

10. kanishka - March 21, 2007

Umm you’re a woman, and you like Iron Maiden. *gapes*

I dont mean to be sexist here, but I thought people like you didnt exist.

Are you for real?

11. sporadicblogger - March 21, 2007

Lol, yes we are a rare breed, but we exist πŸ˜€
Do you blog?

12. aMmAr - March 21, 2007

i didn knw Indianz like anythng other thn bollywood muzic…

im impressed

13. sporadicblogger - March 21, 2007

India is a big country,lol. I should think it is a small percentage that likes bollywood. But ofcourse, Bollywood also means the golden oldies like Kishore Kumar which have more takers πŸ™‚

14. kanishka - March 22, 2007

As you say, you’re a rare breed.

15. rhea - May 18, 2007

I love the way you write. Its hard to believe you are only nineteen.

16. sporadicblogger - May 18, 2007

Thank you for visiting! And you are really far too kind πŸ™‚

17. Necrophagus - August 13, 2007

kool.. blog

18. sporadicblogger - August 13, 2007

Why thank you πŸ™‚

19. jameswillisisthebest - September 9, 2007

This is my first post
just saying HI

20. Delo - December 4, 2007

Loved reading them and the comments as well,especially between you and MAN OF WAR.My sides are simply aching with laughter……..

21. sporadicblogger - December 4, 2007

Maam! Are you laughing at my (desparate) attempts to get Maiden to India? This was actually a conversation that began on the maiden bulletin board, which he/she pasted here. πŸ˜€ They came, anyway, hehehe πŸ˜€

22. sporadicblogger - December 4, 2007

Oh, and Man of War probably comes from Manowar, a band πŸ˜€ (in case the name set you laughing!)

23. Vipul Nanda - December 12, 2007

Hey, long time, no touch. πŸ™‚ What’s up? How go things? Going to B’bay to see Maiden again?

Didn’t like their new album much.

24. sporadicblogger - December 12, 2007

Vipul-Halloa πŸ™‚ Yes, long time indeed πŸ™‚
Am in the middle of exams now…and ofcourse I’m going!!:D I loved AMOLAD, but anyway, the setlist this time will be from the 80s πŸ˜€

25. neurojava - April 23, 2008

hehe. I love the Maiden comments. Personally, grew out of it when you were all of 12:)

But here’s a guess – you are bong!

The Leo bit doesn’t surprise me!



26. sporadicblogger - April 23, 2008

neurojava- Hello! πŸ™‚ Yes, I am indeed Bong, how did you guess? πŸ™‚

And why does the Leo bit not surprise you?

And do give Maiden another shot πŸ˜€

27. neurojava - April 23, 2008

Begun Bhaja:)

Leo – combination of self effacing humor and intelligent observation.

Nice blog. Now I know what is meant when it is said that every generation is progressively smarter. Engaging writing. Keep it up.

And a prescient observation – Maiden will start fading away. In my case, it was more Led Zep. But there you go. Magic 30’s πŸ™‚


28. sporadicblogger - April 24, 2008

neurojava- Oh yeah, I had forgotten the begun bhaja! πŸ˜€

And thank you for your comments, made me feel very nice πŸ™‚ I’m so glad you find intelligent observation in here, because I keep doubting the content.

29. abhinav aggarwal - January 31, 2010

i aint a blogger, or an intellectual
Stumbled upon ur page accidently..
The stuff u hv here is awesome… Im a die hard Rock addict and Dio fan.
Actually was surprised u read that u are infact a she!`

30. name - May 17, 2010

I know how much you admire Dio, and it’s a sad day today.

I’m listening to Last in line now, can’t hold back my tears.

K - March 30, 2012

I admire him very much.

R.I.P., Dio. He was a man and a musician.


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