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- Posted on Aug 19th 2009 10:00AM by John D. Luerssen
In a post on his Myspace blog titled 'My Public Apology,' Wolf said he was sorry "to all involved" in the incident, but insisted he wasn't trying attack any specific staff member. "I was throwing the stool and the microphone at a black hole part of the stage where no one would get hurt but there would be a statement made," he insisted. "The spit did not land on anyone but was in general a display of, 'I don't respect you.'"
As for the bad words he freely and repeatedly fired off during the tirade, Wolf says, "The words 'bitch' and 'motherf---er' really are not misogynistic words when you live near Soho, London , so let's put that to rest. My tribe will know that I have over the past 10 years been a public champion for feminism, against ignorance and always fighting in the name of the good fight."
"The display of aggression was directed at nobody in particular, just life and darkness and hard times," Wolf added. "I'm sorry if any people got in the way, and I hope you can forgive me for causing any damage due to excess negative personal emotion."
Here's hoping Pat can keep his temper in check when he plays the Reading and Leeds Festivals later this month. And if he can't, let's hope someone in the audience captures it on tape again.