I was watching this movie I guess from the 80's and the young cop had to explain to Sean Connery who or What the Dead were and then I flashed on wasn't this the army base Jerry and Hunter met at?
And the road goes on forever....
Not exactly a "sighting," more a reference, but today, the NPR comedy news quiz show "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" followed a segment about the increase of marijuana use in US senior citizens with a snippet of "Touch of Grey."
Pretty good interview with Phil about Furthur.
Barry's a great guy and always has insightful stuff to say, in my experience.
Joshua Green, from the Atlantic Monthly, and Barry Barnes, Professor of Business at Huizenga School @ Nova Southeastern University and Deadhead extaordinaire, are interviewed on "Word of Mouth" about the business model we know as... Grateful Dead.
That made my wife giggle ...
We are the People Our Children Warned Us Against!
a rephrasing of the classic "We Are the People Our Parents Warned Us Against: The Classic Account of the 1960s Counter-Culture in San Francisco"
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
Are deadheads really drawn to warm indoor places? Egads, will have to reload on the mace, put the heat down and lock the doors!
We must repel them at Ithaca or face them in ever-greater numbers in Utica, Manchester and Amherst where the "Earthmothers" make them multiply!
~ And it's real, and it won't go away! ~
and thanks to my Facebook pal Vard who found it:
looks like we gonna be around forever. Love it!