Most of the people I play (and this goes for Me, too) with are Mercenary. We go where the Money is. I have a Bass player who has done this since I met him. I do the same thing and we get along great. So: He booked his other band at a place out of town a couple months ago to play last Saturday Night. Last week, his sound and light guy said he couldn't do it. I stepped-up, all was well. I tell one of the Secretays at work about the show on Friday, the day before the show. She shows up in the middle of the second Set. She had a great time and left during the Middle of the third (last) set. I stayed and did the work they paid me for, wrap every cord and pack the lights and PA. On the drive home, we see that the Police and Fire Department have two of the three lanes closed. We slowed down. We saw somebodys Ford Explorer burned to a cinder. They had a trailer but, it was unharmed. Then I see my Secretary standing with the former occupants of that Car. But, I didn't know it was her. These people, in their early 70's, had been dealing with the Drivers, deceased mothers, estate. They packed the Trailer and had been driving all day. This was on a hill with a pretty respectable incline. Their Transmission gave out and they pulled over to make plans to get it towed. What they could not see was that it had caught Fire! Enter my Secretary, she saw the Flame, pulled over, got them out, then Dialed 911. A minute later, it was an inferno. Those people didn't have time to grab their coats (it was 35 and windy). They barely got their phones. She let them stay in her car while their car burnt like nobody's business. After all of the Responders were done, she stayed with them sun til their Son could come and get them. She was still shaking from that one this morning at work. Seeing what she saw .... You understand. So I told her, you were at the right place at the right time and you did the Right Thing! She couldn't shake how worried they were. So, I told her that because of Her, they were Alive and, unharmed. What are the chances?