"One of the first rehearsals, we were trying to figure out The Man Who Sold The World and the three of us just couldn’t do it. Pat said, “Actually, it goes like this.” I thought: ‘There’s a musician in the band now!’ Having Pat changed things dramatically. Kurt and Courtney were on that side of town and Krist and I were on this side of town, and Pat definitely bridged us back together for awhile."
A judge in Georgia threw out a rape conviction and ordered a new trial, because in his assessment, the victim (a woman with Down syndrome) didn’t ‘behave like a victim.’
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"I felt pretty calm leading up to it and especially there, you know, it’s Karen’s song, and my role was to like kind of back her up so I felt like I kinda needed to be stable and not be like freaking out or anything. But one thing that happened is that once we got up there it was a blur, walked off stage, and then suddenly this wave of anxiety hit me and I had to kinda like go sit backstage, it was almost like my body had suppressed it until I made it through, and then I just felt like really anxious and weird - it was only like hours later that I started to feel normal because I’ve never quite done something like that."