Blog Comments posted by Metro
21 hours ago, Kōyamaki said:
Do you know yet whether you'll be getting off at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi Kenya or closer to your destination in or around Moshi in Tanzania? I don't mean to pry, I'm just a little curious is all.
Hi! Our travel plans have yet to be fully sorted as the process usually takes place later in the year to facilitate the large number of people taking part of this challenge and fundraising effort, all of us are set the same fundraising goal and our main focus at the moment is making sure we reach that goal to help MRF!
1 hour ago, Soramee_ said:
This is amazing!! I can’t give money but I will share it
I'd really appreciate that, thank you so much
54 minutes ago, Animedragon said:
This is an amazing thing you're doing and an appeal I'm happy to contribute to.
Thank you so much for the support and donation, I really appreciate it!
I'll make sure to keep this blog updated with progress and in the end will hopefully have an amazing video of the final journey to share here and with everyone else!
I know it's not my place to comment but I do see both sides of the conversations in way. The loosing of your musical equipment is definitely gutting. And Tobi your messages have been coming across pretty passive aggressive. From personal experience I understand feeling so attached to your instruments and from what I know of you D, you do love your music. From what I get on the string situation as both you know they are meant to be changed regular enough (every couple of months) but I do agree with D on the point it does depend on how much you play it. My dad's old electric guitar has some pretty serious rusting from years of not being played or well kept, and it would cost a pretty penny to fix. On the matter of strings though, here in Ireland a "cheap" pair of strings is at least 15 euro which is like 16 dollars. Having them break or get old is a serious dampener on the wallet and heart.
Either way there's no room in this community for passive aggressiveness from either party, we're a community here to discuss our common interests and make friends, not enemies. Nobody can judge each other and nobody knows each other's situations. D if music is your passion keep rocking and I wish you the best and hope your family is alright.
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