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I was never one to shy away from cowbells...
I need a favor please, from whoever is willing. My best buddy Martin has a birthday today (11 April) for those of us in different time zones. My present to him is a massive mail campaign of Birthday wishes, from common friends, as well as those unknown to him. I wanna slam his mailbox w/kind Birthday thoughts. Anyone willing to help me w/this? If so, send me a pm, and I will give you his e mail address. He is no Deadhead, but a super kind man and a great person.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you will still exist, but you have ceased to live.
cow bells schmaw bells!
The Taj story has been told verbally many times. Each time the cornball Indian accent gets worse... Twice, I wrote it out. On the original wild wild west dead board, then again here. Too bad both becoame toast because of technical shit, but I do think any attempt to re-write it again, would 'pale in comparrison' to the other written versions. Somthing tells me it wasn't the last time he expounded on the luck of the Egyptians and it certainly wasn't his first time neither. If the intrepid members among you wander into the Taj gardens at daybreak, and if you wear an obviously dead related t-shirt, I have no doubt you will also be 'accosted' by the Indian gent we met that Christmas morning if you are in the right place at the right time, when the moon is in the 7th house, and Jupiter alligns with Mars, then peace will guide the planet...
The Studio 54 story will also, now, I'm afraid pale in comparrison to the build-up here...
"isn't this just a devious attempt to build it up more??!!" -- mutters CCj's old lady
I moved the topic to "turn on Channel Six, the President comes on the news..."
The likely venue for such discussion would be the Channel Six (aka current events) topic, but if it takes on a life of its own we can move it. Thanks!
but what do you believe that can be discussed,beside the fact that more than 1 million tibetian people have been killed,their culture is undergoing permanent destruction and after all the years they have become a minority in their own country?.-)(-:
Would anyone be interested in talking about this? I live in China so have heard the Chinese perspective on the situation and there are some interesting points that i am sure everyone would like to discuss. I know i would.
I miss you too CCJ
Love & Peace.Gigi
missing you all...
love and peace.