Downcast face

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A downcast face is an expression worn by a [[roadie]] when he or she has made a very obvious mistake which cannot be blamed on another member of the touring party, often related to [[high impedance air gaps]].
A downcast face is an expression worn by a [[roadie]] when he or she has made a very obvious mistake which cannot be blamed on another member of the touring party, often related to [[high impedance air gaps]].
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A downcast face worn by a roadie often precedes that roadie being [[thrown under the bus]].

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A downcast face is an expression worn by a roadie when he or she has made a very obvious mistake which cannot be blamed on another member of the touring party, often related to high impedance air gaps.

A downcast face worn by a roadie often precedes that roadie being thrown under the bus.

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