A lot, actually. I'm a clinical psychologist and I practice in nursing homes. My clientele covers all ages (a surprising number of nursing home residents are under 50, with the youngest having been 18 and the oldest being 104). Driving from nursing home to nursing home creates many chances to listen to music, which helps put the occasional heaviness of my job in some kind of perspective. Joy and beauty keep on truckin' all the time. I got introduced to Dead music in college about 30 years ago and it changed me indelibly. From the Dead I got into jazz and blues, got inspired to learn to play the guitar and have a lot of enjoyment every day of my life as a result. I don't miss the arena days of Dead shows much, but Alpine was a lot of fun, and I think that there is more Grateful Dead music in the world now than there ever was.
GRTUD, you fucing suck! (LOL) ( -:
you just made me spit up green tea all over the fucking keyboard with that quote.
I got a job for you, clean up this mess!
"pays good money, 5$ a day..."
"What's the point of calling shots, this cue ain't straight in line
Cue balls made of styrofoam and no-one's got the time"
You don't go out lookin' for a job dressed like that? On a weekday?
Is this a...what day is this?
That's so cool!
In Chicago (guessing from the name)?
I get to work infront of 7000 people a night, many games on TV! Working 3 hours a night is not bad work if you can get it!!!
Bamski, that's just something I could never get my brain around. What is your job title? are you one of those 'brokers' or something?
I make buy, sell, or hold recommendations on stocks....alot of fun.
Thanks, Hal. :-)
You should be pretty busy in these parts. Welcome aboard.
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
Walt Whitman-Song of Myself