In mine, I guess it is me. I totally pissed off 3 people Saturday night. First was the light guy we rented the lights from, which coinsidentally happens to be the lights I sold him a month or so ago, who ever hired him didn't even know the connection. To start things off, he set his crap up over my pedals and such, tangling all my crap up, and insisted on checking his stupid lights while we soundchecked....I couldn't get to my mic to check it. Anyway, on to the lights.....It's a foot controlled system, so I got the duties of running it. He had someone coming looking at them to buy them (him hoping to make a ton of cash on), so he informed me I need to make a BIG light show to impress his prospective buyer.....whatever. After about the 5th song, on his third time trying to direct me how, and when to run them in the middle of a song, I told him he could either run them himself, or let me run them....NOT BOTH. I also reminded him there was a reason I sold them, because they were a pain in the ass. Second guy was some drunk in a plastic fireman helmet who thought he had to make random announcements acting like a moron over the PA. On his second time doing so, I mocked him pretty badly studdering like an idiot in my mic. He called me a few obscenities, and left. Easy enough. The third guy was a "friend of the band", or so he thinks. He invited his drunk tone deaf self up to "help" sing. It was horrible, and I put up with it longer than I needed to, since he was friends with the singer. On his 4th song of the night, I finally yelled in his ear "MAN, YOU ARE ****ING EVERYONE UP!!!!!". He then had to apologize 300 times, shake my hand as I was playing, now being the "I love you man" kind of drunk. He later informed my singer that his bass player is a "prick" One thing I learned is stop it before it starts next time. I wish someone else would say something, but I put up with it as long as I could until I said something. So who is that person in your band?