Are we the only ones? At last night's gig, a drunk woman...late 30s, chunky, yellow sweatshirt, shortish blond hair...kept dancing in front of the band...no other dancers...and she kept trying to get our attention through her pseudo-rockstar gestures. This was in a pool hall bar with no stage, just a place for the band to pay at one end of the room. I do my best to ignore these dumb drunks...they don't need the encouragement to act stranger yet. Did pretty well with that. But then she tried to dance with some guy...mostly a lot of stumbling while the guy held her up. I guess he didn't do his duty to the max, because she eventually stumbled into a speaker stand with a Yamaha cab and light can on top. I watched as in slow motion, the cab began to topple over. Its trajectory was aimed right at the guitar player (expensive boutique guitar and amp), the PA head, and on the far end of the pole, the drumset. Magically, the cab landed between everything. Instead of maiming the guitar player or destroying gear, we lost the bulb in the light can and broke the pole socket loose in the cab. The speaker still worked, the jack and cable were fine, too. We put the cab on a stool, since it wouldn't mount on the stand anymore, and resumed...although we did start the song over...Stevie Ray's "Texas Flood," I believe. Unfortunately, the drunk was back within one song and nearly stumbled into a couple of mic stands before a bartender and a few audience members began to steer her away from us. This is the first speaker stand disaster in the 8 or so years the band has been together...anybody else had this happen?