In a recent Guitar World interview, Rivers Cuomo talks about the fact that he never meets his (or Weezer's) fans. Here's an excerpt, typed out word-for-word: GW: Sometimes, when you meet the fans, do you feel that they're disappointed because you're even-keeled? Cuomo: I never meet fans. GW: You never meet them? Cuomo: Never. I like talking to them over the Internet, but that's it. GW: You guys don't do in-store record signings or after-show meet-and-greets? Cuomo: Hell no! Fans are annoying. They all want something. GW: Whether it be asking you to sign something or expecting you to act a certain way... Cuomo: Yeah, or asking me to play a certain song. They're all little bitches, so I avoid them at all costs. Am I missing something here? Where would a band like Weezer be without the fans? Where would any band be without their fans? Is it that much trouble to sign some autographs or play a fan-favorite song in concert? I was asked for an autograph one time in my life and it was one of the coolest things I have ever experienced in my short music "career!" I don't know much about Weezer or Rivers -- was he being funny? How would you feel if your favorite band indirectly called you a bitch?