Is it similar to National Inquirer?
Wonder if this guy is friends with Ollie North?
Cassidy Pen's info, from the National Report site:
Cornelius Bartholomew "Cassidy" Pen is a decorated Marine Corps war veteran having served in Vietnam, Nicaragua and Panama, an explosive expert trained in special ops and insurgency and clandestine assault. His calling is to expose and document the decay of Christian morals in his beloved America while warning us of Satan's influence among our precious youth, misguided politicians, and popular culture. Please assist Mr. Pen's ministry of exposing corruption in society and spreading the Word of God to sinners with a gift to TNReport in care of Cassidy Pen. (Suggested donation: $20) Twitter Handle: @Cassidy_Pen
I didn't know Jer was a commie pig. LOL!! I don't think any one with a ounce of intelligence is going to take that article seriously. Who the heck is Ron Pen? haha
This is hilarious.
There's a commercial I stumbled across years ago - I don't think it ever made TV, but it is on you tube - and it's got Sugaree playing in the background for a little while just before all the action starts...
Musicians Friend is offering Grateful Dead playing cards. Two decks in a decorative tin box for $14.
Don't ya let that deal go down !
I'll let you know. So far haven't heard back on this.
I got an email a few days ago talking about an acoustic Dead show from 1970. There were links to record stores but no one had ever hear of it. Is it available? The show poster featured Bob "Ace" something and a few other groups. Any info would be appreciated.
and thanks to Deb Trist for posting the link on FB!
Nice article - lacking in judging and huge on honesty. Loved it.
"...maybe it is the honesty in their music and a trust that, just like their audience, the Grateful Dead were simply who they were, without judgment and without apologies -- even when they were dark figments of themselves. And, maybe it's because of this that on these warm June nights, I mark another year. I reflect on being ten years old, sitting in stadium seats at my first Grateful Dead concert, the summer breeze blowing through my hair as I listen to Jerry Garcia sing "Standing on the Moon," with a weathered and tired voice that was far from perfect -- but it was entirely his own and that's all I ever wanted to hear."