For 20 years I have been the owner of one of the rarest Dead memorabilla. In 1992 a combined effort between the Grateful Dead and the Olin/K2 ski Co. allowed for the release of only 1000 pairs of the original limited edition Grateful Dead Dark Star skis. I have enjoyed showing them to family and friends and looked forward to passing them down someday. It seems that day has come sooner than later. I currently reside in northern NV where things have been really bad and I have spent the last 3 1/2 searching for decent employment. I dont want to spend another day living this way. I realize the only one going to save me is me, not a job, career or boss that isnt out there. These skis are among possibly 100 pairs or less that were never mounted or skied. My intention is to sell them to a serious collector and use the money to start my own business. Soon my idea will go patent pending and will be able to begin manufacturing my little idea (takes money to make money) selling them slowly at first and picking up speed as I go. If things go well maybe I can help some other out-of-work folks in NV too. Know anyone serious about owning them let me know and thanks for reading my post.
Hey Now! This is the time of year I would ordinarily start planning for summer fun. This year, however, life isn't very fun:-( I'll try to make a long story short. I've been diagnosed with "Bilateral Femoral Avascular Necrosis". In laymen's terms, I've got severe degenerative osteoarthritis of the hips, and I need total hip replacement. I've been denied THREE times by Social Security and Medicaid. They say I can still work! I can barely make it to the bathroom, let alone work. I'm waiting on a hearing which could take up to 14 months! I haven't worked since 03/31/2011. My savings is almost drained and bills are piling up. I've set up a fundraising page at "GoFundMe.com" to try and get some ching. There's lots of success stories at the site, but I'm not one of them yet. I would REALLY APPRECIATE IT if someone, or group of someone's would be kind-hearted enough to help me out. ANY amount would be appreciated, I think donations are tax-deductible too. Here's a link to my page:http://www.gofundme.com/BenFranklinYoungstownOhio PLEASE consider helping a deadhead REALLY down on his luck. I'm at the end of my rope emotionally, physically, and financially!
I'm selling 3 of Lucky's nicest Steal Your Face glass pendants to help me get to Colorado from the East coast for Phil and Friends on my birthday this Friday. These are all new and in perfect condition.
If you have any questions, you can contact me on ebay or at matthewmockus(at)gmail.com
I just purchased my Alpaca Hoodie at the edensrose.org site! they have a store and everything.
I emailed you kipnyc but you never got back to me. Anyways, I already ordered it on the site and it was really easy!
Hit me up at email@example.com to verify or go to the edensrose.org site! Thanks for your support.
The Grateful Dead have partnered with The Eden's Rose Foundation to present the OFFICIALLY LICENSED GRATEFUL DEAD ALPACA HOODIES. Proceeds benefit the ERF and international indigenous communities from the Himalayas to the Amazon rain forest. We are currently seeking distribution opportunities and are offering wholesale and distributor pricing.
Wholesale: $60pp with 1 doz min and $55pp with 2 doz+ min.
Distributor: $50pp on 4 doz+ minimum orders.
The Hoodies are made from the highest quality baby alpaca wool available. The wool comes from cruelty-free Alpaca farms and is produced in Ecuador. These hooded sweaters come in blue, green, brown, gray & purple featuring iconic Grateful Dead imagery including Steal Your Face, Dancing Bears, and more. They are made on a Jacquard Loom, are machine washable and will never shrink. Just like the Grateful Dead, they are built to last. Please see the attached tear sheet. Feel free to contact us at the info below with any questions or suggestions. Any purchase of our Direct Trade products is a tax deductible donation!
Thank you for your support!
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The Eden's Rose Foundation is a 501(c)(3) NGO that builds Refugee & Childrens Basic Needs Centers, creates Community Development Programs and institutes Direct Trade Projects. Our efforts are now effecting Indigenous tribes internationally from the Amazon Rain-forest to Tibetan refuge communities in the Himalayas. Any purchase of our Direct Trade products is a tax deductible donation! For more info on Volunteering, Sponsoring or Donating Please visit our website. Thank You for your support!
I make soaps, peace sign and Dancin Bears to name a few, also Microwavable Deer Corn heating pads, and wha.tever else turns me on..
Hi all... A friend and I are thinking about doing Shake down at a show or 2 this year... We have questions of how to go about it. I have heard if u don't follow proper channels the powers that be can just take your wares and kick you out....We will be truly grateful for any info on this. (~):}
I also saw these hoodies. I used the pre order form on the edens rose foundation (edensrose.org) website and was emailed back right away. They said they would be able to take my money thru paypal. I bought the hoodie and it will arrive at the end of the week!
We just published a cool book that traces the "life and times" of a 1964 VW microbus, from its "birth" in a West German factory to its final resting place in San Diego. The book is told in a series of vignettes, and it's not always clear how the van figures into each section. The author, Lee Irby, has earned critical praise for his previous books, 7,000 CLAMS and THE UP AND UP. Check it out.