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on my way to E'ville

this evening!

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Good memories

I'll see it in Napa. I was at the 2 finals shows - October 19 and 20th. When my buddy and I came out of the Sat. show we got right back in line! When the doors opened in the late afternoon - we sprinted to the stage. We were in the front row for both nights - right in front of Jerry.

What a special time!

I got on the bus in 73 after seeing the Dead at Stanford. Later that year
we saw Old and in the Way in October at the Boarding House. We also saw Kingfish and Garcia/Saunders in 73 and 74.

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Got my tickets

Hoping a buddy of mine that lives within walking distance of the theater near Shoreline is feeling up to it...

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Any particular significance to a 1 day only showing ?

April 20th? -- 4:20 -- When did the term "4:20", referring to taking a smoke break, first develop?

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Hey that's my birthday...

I will turning the big 40....my wife wanted to have somekind of party but i HATE celebrating my birthday people sitting around ribbing me about how old i am getting..i told her i wish i could go to a show and dance like no one is watching (and if they are oh well) then they announce this.. even though it is a 2 hour drive to the theater i will be there..THANK YOU GUYS

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In Milwaukee...

I'm thinking of taking my straight-laced GF, who I think has never been high in her life. Maybe I can do something about that. Maybe my kids will go, 2 outta 3 of them have taken me to see Dark Star Orchestra a few times so they may be up for a real look at what their old man got to enjoy up close & personal, once upon a time...

Peace,
Steve

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It was not a dream

They played it in theatres in 1995.

"It's got no signs or dividing line and very few rules to guide"

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first time in theatres since 77?

I remember, I think, that this film was re released to theatres back a few years ago, (late 90's, early 2000's?) man, where has my memory gone, I'm sure it was, or was it a dream? or a flashback? I remember the little rocking chair theatre that we went to, I remember all the "new heads" there to see it for the first time, I remember running out of the theatre after it was over with the movie poster in my hand, given to me by a friend that worked there, it still hangs on the wall over there, I'm sure it wasn't a dream. Does anybody else remember the last re-release of this grate film?
4-20-11, I'll be at the theatre, this time I will remember not to forget.

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I'm guessing in the little red neck town where we're headed

My wife, daughter and I will be the only 3 in the theatre. Although maybe the college kids will show up.. I'm just shocked they are even showing the movie there.

"It's got no signs or dividing line and very few rules to guide"

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i would...

...but it isn't playin in the north country. Looks like quite an event. Very cool.
To Americans go the spoils eh? Have fun guys.

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