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One Question Interviews: Jason Lupeituu

Jason Lupeituu (Sound engineer, vibe tech, aspiring cook)

SPB: What is the hardest part about a life on the road? What is the best part?

Lupeituu: The hardest part of being on the road is missing and being away from your family, friends, and most important your significant other, and most often things taken for granted are as well the most missed, such as your own bed, your bathroom facilities, and your own kitchen. Cooking your own food with loved ones and savoring a home cooked meal is a priceless thing. Nothing compares to that.   

The best part of life on the road is having a solid network of friends and roadie family all over the world. The thought of being able to go to Melbourne, AU and hit up a buddy and get a flat while at the best coffee house in Australia makes the world that much more smaller and amazing at the same time.   

But that cup of coffee in the morning sitting in your own living room is just as awesome.   

 

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Words by Loren on Aug. 15, 2014, 1:58 a.m.

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