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Tyke David Kidman: An Apology (74* d) RE: David Kidman: An Apology 06 Apr 11

Dave is obviously from the South so he maybe forgiven for not knowing about the advice given by Yorkshires Three Brass Monkeys. I will now pass on this wonderful piece of knowledge to David and to remind all that this advice should be taken on board.

The Monkey's are Called See All, Hear All and Say Nowt!

This piece of Yorkshire advice is indicated by the sitting position of the three wise Monkeys!

See all, drink all and pay knowt!
Tha niver git's owt far knowt and if tha dose tha must keep it far thee sen!

So I am not going to tell you that it is the artist themselves who write their own blurb and do not criticise anyone especially anyone who might give them a booking or review their album. ALEDGIDLY!

I'm also not going to tell you that publishing an inflammatory statement will be the one that gets the biggest reaction and keep people reading and commenting and selling News Papers and Magazines. ALEDGIDLY!

Dave is certainly an enthusiastic individual no doubt he was just attempting to put bums on seats. Nothing wrong with that but I think that were we would advise Dave who lives in Ilkley to wear a hat! When you have many Hat's you must make it clear which Hat you are wearing. Be it singer, poet, reviewer, MC, booking agent or Twitchier!

So all in all Dave's apology is to be appreciated and once you have read the offending thread and Dave's apology you can make up your own minds about it. Then remember the Three Wise Monkey's!

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