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Reductio and absurdum

I simply refuted your propostion (there's something wrong with my noodle) with the disclosure of the absurdity of your conclusion if taken to its logical end. Heh. Love the lawyer talk.

No applause. Just throw money, please.

Remember - for true Deadheads it's free. IF you're funky enough. Get into it, now.

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MMMMMMmmmmmm..........

"Sometimes SILENCE is the best answer"

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Phatmoye - don't be such a dork please.

Seriously - I ain't up to nothin'.

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Explains what?

Hey - I got the proper ammount of love as a kid. I spent hours lying on the floor watching TV with my head on my dad's belly listening to his gut rumble. AND NOTHING ELSE HAPPENED. I got the health food version of love - no more, no less.

I do sometimes want to kiss older fried head's bellies lol. And I'm going to bleach my hair blonde and dread it.

Dreadheads rok.

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Ls At Age 11???.........

That explains it...

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Actually my Grandpa was a Navy Chief

Warrant Officer E9 I think. My Uncle Bill (vollutnered for 'Nam 3 times) spent lots of time on an aircraft carrier in a room just below where the planes were landing. He eventually got a method where he'd wear earplugs and burry his head beneath a pillow with his arm over his ear and when the alarm would go off - he'd sleep through it. They had to send a guy to wake him up.

My Navy statement is a philosophical one. When it comes to the military, my family really only objects to the fact that they didn't clean the Agent Orange out of the big cannnisters they used for de-lousing the men (with DDT or something I think). That's how my Uncle got his crippling disease . . . if he had got like a leg blown off or something he wouldn't bitch . . . we just don't like irresponsible stuff.

BTW if you smoke cigarettes you're breathing Agent Orange from the bleached paper . . . and the same thing goes for coffee because of the filters. My brother's father-in-law is a retired Navy Chief and he took us on his old ship for a tour. I've got the pics on photobucket but don't know how to post them.

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ok.......that's 2

zips on the navy.........

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Oh uh - please note that I was spoken to first

Good ol GD asked me about my CD. The previous post was not a case of shameless self promotion. When people ask me how to get free stuff . . . I'm going to respond, that's all.

My Dad has an album he's going to put out there, too called, "Load of Dynamite". I think it's boring as hell but he's good with those jazz chords and the talent he hired has valid credentials as professional musicians.

Psychadellic young live Grateful Dead covers and originals (me) . . . or old standards by my Dad? YOU decide what to download.

Again . . . it's all free. It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy, man.

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If Deadheads Ruled

All the people would gather at the Rothbury Festival in Michigan and go listen to all the great bands and have one of the best Fourth of July Weekends ever experienced. Even the immortal Bob Dylan is gonna be there.
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Will you come with me? Once in awhile you can get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right!

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Goold ol GD

My CD is pretty darn good, and because you're Deadheads I'll eventually post where you can download it for free. I'm a firm believer in doing stuff for free on the internet because it's better to be a pirate than join the Navy basically.

It will also be for sale so it depends on your guilt. If you feel guilty getting stuff for free . . . pay me. If you do not feel guilty . . . maybe just turn on other heads to my tunes and give them the same pleasure you got from your Jerry fix I provided with fast played psychedellic music.

BORING ADDITIONAL: Er . . . my Uncle Dan Fincher is going to talk to his brother John Fincher and he is going to send me an e-mail with the links that I need to use to get my music heard. Jonny is going to tell me how to put the tunes on Myspace, a pay site, and this European place that a lot of Deadheads frequent. Dan told me that the Euro heads will just eat up my stuff (especially the LIVE stuff - that's why I call the album "Almost Live" because we all know the best Dead is live) and I figure if I get money from the internet it's good - if I get known by tons of Deadheads it's all good because I'll probably get discovered and get a big fan base. My uncle Jonny posts his tunes on the internet and has lots of groupies that send him kinky pics and love letters so . . . obviously this method works . . . because Jonny isn't even that good. He's a scotch drinkin' man so he's pretty basic rock n roll and he's never taken the acid. Oh - and just for the Christians . .. I was always kinda trippy and creative even before acid . . . bit it's wierd because they started me on the L when I was eleven. My case is a strange one. What caused the creativity? The acid or something else? Who de fok knows?

Please stand by for free music. Tell your friends.

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