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In Search of... has been reborn as three topics, one each for People, Info and Stuff. Search on!
It probably does make sense to divide up the next incarnation of the topic, but I can seriously assure you that the existing one isn't going to be edited and reposted, any more than Introductions or What Are You Listening To Now. It was created as a general In Search Of and it'll stay that way until the new version emerges, and remain readable thereafter. Which isn't to say that those still searching for tour buddies can't repost, of course!
Just thinking that it would be a good thing to have a separate forum for "In search of old friends" and another for "In search of things needed". I feel bad for those looking for old tour buddies when the In search of forum is filled with over 360 odd posts and rapidly filling up with more, most of which are for THINGS not family. Many folks may not find who they are looking for because there are too many posts for people to be bothered wading through. Some editing would be needed to put the existing names/posts into the new forum of course.
Did I say how nice it is to have this place? Thanks again! ;)
Jerry Christmas and may enlightenment come to all this festive season!!!
Much Love, Jody
Are you kind?
I can't quite figre out how to use this web site
It's the holdays, I wanna talk about Brent playing rain drops and how I miss it all```
"We're" very lucky here at dead.net to have such wonderful folks here to help, as well those that visit here and interact with the likes of me. When I say, "I love this place" and you folks (cosmicbadger, et al), I mean exactly what I say.
"Ultimately a hero is a man who would argue with the gods, and so awakens devils to contest his vision." - Norman Mailer
For putting the writers with the musicians in the Grateful Dead topic.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
was buried in the Personal Favorites section of the Grateful Dead forum area. It's now moved to the band folder, and you can read it here:
Well, I heartily agree with the sentiment, which is why I'm pretty sure I started such a topic months ago, but I'll go find where it's buried.
Meanwhile, Hunter and Barlow both have non-forum pages here: