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old ones new ones loved ones neglected ones

.greetings and felicitations from the other side of the pond.....Gypsy.... Hacks..... CCJ (over here that means county court judgment) ....Sken.... greyfolded.....eyes.....nice to read you again ..... there seems to be a few old hats missing....my old mates Shack and waka......and somebodys' rabbit has hopfully returned to its hutch .....hackster my friend gave another listen to the Ozarks after dissing them a couple of months ago....ended up buying Time Warp.....some nice tracks on there........Dont know what to make of the site yet but give me time.....it seems to be a bit slow but at least we've got it....old dogs new tricks I suppose........all take care of yourselves ..wishing you peace and joy .......... .................................may your dog be with you.................

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me too. lately ( must be

me too. lately ( must be the time of the year) i have really been missing the shows. i mean REALLY missing the shows. everyting, the travelling, the lot scene, the people, and of course-THE SHOW!!. I don't know why this year finds me longing so. anyone have a fix for me out there??? suggestions are more than welcome.

nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile

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Big shout out from western NY

Isnt that music something?!?!
Glad to see folks still goin' on a feeling.
I came in on the wake of the flood that was spillin' more than I could gather.
My dad called it following a pot party across the country, and so it was... one long party from start to end, i'd like to take that ride again!

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did you reaqlly help free

did you reaqlly help free HUEY LEWIS???? I laughed when i read that, but I think you mean the black panther huey ,right????

huey lewis, lol.

nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile

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lunch

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just your typical, everyday,

just your typical, everyday, average Joe here... ( -;

peace.

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Hello, welcome.

I love the Dead! I really love the Grateful Dead!! Im excited about the new site and are sure that you people running it are great folks. Thank you very much!!

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My name is katrinka

My name is katrinka and I'm a Bay Area Flower Geezer, first show 1968 - San Francisco.

I use the same login name in many different forums. I think I first posted on Usenet's rec.music.gdead in late 1994, right after I got my first internet connection. It was definitely while Jerry was still with us, and I remember reading and posting about the 1995 "tour from hell" and discussions of ways we hoped to help clean up the scene next tour.

Then, after Jerry died, Robert Hunter started his online journal and mailbag, and next thing you know I was part of a living, breathing online community - Dead.Net Central ( DNC.) Within a short time there was a gathering of DNCers at a Bay Area show, and also the RMGD community had some get-togethers, and gradually my "real" life and my "cyber" life became intertwined. (Not to mention the Zero/Steve Kimock community, which became very active during that same time frame, when Steve Kimock was living just north of SF.)

I never really had a career. Back in 1969 I worked on two underground newspapers - the San Francisco Express Times and the Berkeley Tribe - during the Free Huey Lewis and People's Park eras. For a brief time I lived with the Congress of Wonders (as family member/nanny) and traveled with them to the desert south of Tucson Arizona, and then back to the California coast.

In 1972 I married the love of my life. He's a cultural anthropologist, and as an anthropologist's wife I was priveleged to participate in the "fieldwork" experience. even though I had no training. We traveled and lived interesting places for several years. But we gave that up to live in San Francisco after a consciousness-changing show in SF on 12/30/83. Something about the Terrapin Station that night made us decide to stay here.

I got a job in the printing business, since I had a little experience there (from when we lived in Kansas - but that's another story) and I ended up managing a small print shop for several years before retiring.

These days I live on the coast, just south of San Francisco, and I still go to as many shows as I can.

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Ocean River

Hey all you kind folks, My name is Ocean River, pleased to meet all you kind folks. I was born and raised in Southern Wisconsin, but now live in the beautiful mountains of Colorado =) =) =)

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Hey Steve

I grew up just outside of Gettysburg (Fairfield). Anyway, I minored in philosophy. I thought that it would go well with my English degree! lol!
Yo Soy Boricua!

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