On the top page of a yahoo story that came up yesterday as I Iogged in,
I thought "Did I Just See a Grateful Dead Dancing Bear?
I clicked on the story and to my surprise. There was a faint but very visible
Grateful Dead Dancing Bear on the right side. Not Captain Kangaroos
dancing bear. Grateful Dead. I smiled so big and was like Wowwwww!!!
Citation and works:
A group of people from a long long time ago and... Yahoo (Web)
Wed Mar 30, 11:36 am ET
Could lead codices prove ‘the major discovery of Christian history’?
By Chris Lehmann
EmailPrint..By Chris Lehmann chris Lehmann – Wed Mar 30, 11:36 am ET
The bear is waving with it's right hand, stepping forward with it's left foot
and looking to it's right. After printing it I can even make out the ears, eyes,
smile and scarf.
Follow this yahoo link to see for yourself. Look at the top picture, right tablet.
Vincent Huff firstname.lastname@example.org yahoo.com and myspace.com
Also at email@example.com Columbus State Community College. Age 49, 07/25/1961.
Grateful Dead animal crackers...like bears, terrapins, monkeys (dressed as railroad engineers), crows........
Fans could suggest new product ideas, and you (GD Site/Store) could monitor the interest/demand by the response.
Things I'm thinking about:
More Tropical/Hawaiian Shirts
The Bears are cute, but we need more Terrapins on items.
it already exists. Come on down!
I believe it's called "Going Furthur"
There definitely needs to be a Furthur Forum. They are well worthy.
for the moment, the likely topic would be the Grateful Dead Library one in the forums. I think there's going to be a lot of interest!
Sam Cutler, former tour manager for the Grateful Dead and The Rolling Stones, has just had his wonderful book released in North America, and he is doing a book tour right now.
I have his itinerary, and would like to post it somewhere appropriate, so that people interested in hearing these amazing stories from someone who was directly involved will have a chance to do that!
Sam is a wonderful man, and we are SO fortunate to have people like him still with us to tell these early Grateful Dead stories in their own voice.
If you could let me know the best place to post his US schedule I'd be very grateful.
you have posted this elsewhere and I have passed it on.