I was chatting with Cuzzup today and one of our many topics was concerts. She mentioned that she saw AC/DC and it occurred to me, when they sing to the audience “For those about to Rock, we salute you”, what is it they do to/for those not about to rock?
Is there something to distinguish those about to rock from those not about to rock (not to mention, those currently rocking)? Once distinguished, how does the band get the specific message to the target audience (only those about to rock, not those already rocking or not about to rock)?
Perhaps there are for those about to rock glasses and only those wearing them (those about to rock that is) can see the special salute while those not about to rock and those already rocking simply do what they are already doing.