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Brian: "Well, it depends. I like to go out, I like to watch the opening bands, I like to go out in the crowd, and I don't have problems with people coming back either. The only thing is: if you're playing a show with 4,000 people and I'm out there and 20 guys recognize me, then it starts to get a little bit... a little bit of a pain in the ass. I like to be out there as long as it doesn't turn into a hassle. A hassle to me means that people are paying attention to me instead of SNFU or any of the other bands that we have with us. I'm not there to be recognized, I'm just there like anybody else, to sit out there and enjoy the music. And I'll talk to anybody who wants to talk to me, but when you get a bunch of people asking me to sign their front teeth and their pants and slapping me on the back, screaming about straight edge, it's not any fun for me to be there any more, so I go backstage and have a coke. I mean, that's how it works. But we're not hiding from anybody, and anybody who wants to talk to us can.