TaterMouse wrote:Good. it's decided then. Since there are no objections I believe it's time for us to begin planning the coup. Next Yes concert, we'll invite Oliver for pizza. He will of course come because who could turn down an invite for pizza from the Yestalk board. Then, some 30 minutes before the concert begins, Chris1960 and myself will present our backstage passes which I will forge in Photoshop. We will say hello to everyone in the band and then tell Geoff that Trevor Horn is outside and needs to speak to him immediately and we would be glad to escort him. Once outside, we will hogtie and gag Geoff, clothe him in an I Asia shirt and put him in the back of a armored vehicle to be transported directly to John Wetton's house. While all of this is going on, guilddigger will be conveniently present at a nearby pizza shop to advise Oliver of the emergency of the missing Geoff Downes and bring him directly to the band, at which they'll have no choice but to let him play, since Geoff will be missing. Once the concert is over, the band will realize the great wisdom that has been bestowed upon them by the members of Yestalk and immediately request Oliver to again be a permanent member of the band. I will compose a "break-up" note to send to Geoff and all will be good in Yesworld. We'll... almost good. I steal need to devise a plan to get Anderson back.
Chris1960 wrote:As for the the rest of your plan I'm more for Moraz coming back - but someone needs to research a good recipe for fondue...
Chris1960 wrote:But seriously whilst I think Geoff is far from the most technically proficient ever in the berth [sorry Geoff], I know he has read some forums and it isn't nice to fantasise about someone losing a job they like.
TaterMouse wrote:Chris1960 wrote:But seriously whilst I think Geoff is far from the most technically proficient ever in the berth [sorry Geoff], I know he has read some forums and it isn't nice to fantasise about someone losing a job they like.
You are correct in that and I apologize if my ranting seems out of line.
Having said that, I conscientiously object to the way the job was obtained in the first place along with the unceremonious ejection of Oliver at essentially the behest of Trevor Horn. I will say no more on the matter.
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