Who'd you meet, and how?
...in the grocery check-out line recognized my Stealie cap. What a commotion!
i can't stop laughin i think i'meven crin
i want to now if i could be izzys v.i.p. at the midwest shows i now every train track,ditch,river,reservations,highway,cornfield,i fourshow get aroundin the midwest i'm ready to bounc fourshow and probaly already now the many woulds to find. lets just rockit one thing 1995 i just been in my studio since i can finally can take a breath inbetween hits heard it said coconuts are freedom thax much luv marye
Late October Nor'easter bears down on New England. 6-12 inches of snow expected. Fuck me, where is the damn snow shovel!
Back in the 80's when me and my ex were living in Hawaii, we went to Hanama Bay for some fun and sun. During that time, we met a young tourist couple from Germany who said they had to find a ride back to Honolulu. We told them we would be glad to take them there on our way home. So, we got in the convertible and they sat in the back. As I put the top down and was checking my music repertoire, I asked them what kind of music they were into which, based on their age and nationality, expected them to say some metal band. Well to our surprise, this young couple said almost in unison with a thick German accent, "The Grateful Dead"!! Well, the maxells came out then and we spent the next few days with them taking them to all our hippie hangouts. A good time was had by all!
Around the middle of last month (It takes me awhile to digest reality and spit it out, mannn!) I spotted a Winnebago in the Safeway parking lot in Gallup.
Nice row of dancing bears on the back windows, a mural of Jerry on the side.
I was walking to work and a little late, so I didn't get a chance to shoot the s#1t with the driver. Had to just wave instead and go on my merry way, to my not so merry slave gig.
I'll be driving from Portland to Bremerton next weekend (14th): Suggest a tavern to stop at and I'll find it. Gig Harbor? I'm thinking 12:30 Saturday afternoon will be a good time to find an IPA.
Being a bit handicapped, I have some trouble getting around at shows....and I would just like to take the time to thank to thank the very pretty girl who took my arm on the outside deck of the convention center and helped me get back inside. Besides being the nicest jesture from a complete stranger I have experienced, it is proof that most folks are very kind and want to help others in need. So, whoever you are I would just like to send a very heartfelt "Thank You".
jeez, ted...........but i must say, being retired navy ya unnerstan'.....that's freakin' FUNNY..heeheeeheeee!!!