I can't find the button. Can't see who's online either...
now says 1965
is that really an a (third letter)?
Since when were the Grateful Dead 'Est. 1967'? I always thought the beginning was 1965. I even have an official GDM t-shirt that says Grateful Dead Est. 1965...What gives?
*update* nevermind they just fixed it.
That's Right...I remember browsing the They Love Each Other Section were I also read that everything was not "Exactly Perfect" with other couples as well!!
I don't know how to set it up without avoiding the obvious pitfalls...I was just inquiring and "wanderin" and dreamin!
Nice to see all the quick responses!
we already have a whole topic for that situation, called They Love Each Other, But...
Dating topic, hm. Well, since this is not something I usually deal with but some of the pitfalls as well as the benefits are obvious (hey, even here we have had our romances and also the occasional ugly breakup), how do you suggest we handle it to avoid trouble? (First up, if you are expecting a matchmaking database here, uh, it ain't happening... This would pretty much have to exist within the forums.)
...Oh yes, and I forgot...even worse, getting permission to go to the next Furthur show or GD family related events...in my book thats where I must break the relationship and If I was married...divorce!!!
Hey Now! Anna Rxia (is not for everyone)
Thanks for the reply...yes them posers...that makes sense.
It would be nice to have one still...I don't have to imagine I'm not the only one cause I hear the horror stories from married and dating couples were one of them is a true dead head and the other is not with many fights on whats allowed to play in the house stereo...seems petty, I know, but for some money (or lack thereof) is a source of discord and for the deadhead/notdeadhead couple music becomes a major source of discord, I lived it and seen it with others. But I do understand the creepy factor that sometimes is associated with on-line dating...
Welcome! There is no such thread on this site but you can always request the moderator (Marye) for such a topic. I get a kick out of the people who look at this entire site as a dating thing!
Those posers who pretend to be a deadhead just to get a date! It must make their head hurt to try and comprehend this site...
I am new here and was wondering if there is a matchmaking site for single deadheads. I am tired of dating nice people who at first pretend to like the dead but after a while they can't comprehend that we like to listen to different live versions of the same song...I figured there must be a place for like minded deadheads to meet on line!?
Welcome "Young Deadhead!"
I saw my first Grateful Dead concert when I was 14 (in the summer of 1967!) By the time I was 18 I really like them a lot and decided I wanted to work for them...12 years later I did!
Enjoy the music! Close your eyes and let it take you "there."