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  • marye
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    welcome, cosmonaut!
    Glad to see you here! Always good to see the youth on the bus. Since this topic is getting quite huge, I'm launching a new version here. We look forward to making your acquaintance, folks, so don't be shy!
  • TheLonelyCosmonaut
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    Hi there. My name is Evan and I am from very nothern new york near Canada but am attending college in Buffalo. Just wanted to make a shout in the hopes of becoming part of this awesome community. Unfortunately, because I was born in '87 I was never able to see the Dead. However I love them. The first time I ever heard any real Dead (beside like Truckin' or something) was in a car coming back from a golf game. My cousin's boyfriend Jason popped in Dick's Picks 17 and turned it to Franklin's Tower. I don't know whether is was Hornsby's piano or Jerry's guitar but I was blown away. I have been a hardcore fan ever since. The closest I have come since to seeing the Dead is seeing Ratdog at the FLPC center in Geneva. Shout out to anyone who was there. Take care all!
  • Bamski
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    Every Day is a Dead Show...
    Hey! I am Bamski from Brooklyn and I got on the bus in college and hit my first show in Pittsburg on 6-26-88 and hit about 30 shows along the way. Between the handful of DVDs and nearly 1000 digital songs, just about everyday is a different Dead show. Nothing like coming home from a long day at work and putting on some Dead and relaxing.
  • peacedove
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    Ummmm curious
    I am feeling a little bit exhausted from last nights gig...the strings were lifeless....and I am sure it is a conspiracy to get us to buy the most expensive strings...so they can hike up the prices worldwide...am I paranoid...YES. hahahaha... I have a profile at http://www.myspace.com/ericsawyer4jesus --- will save me writing a lot more non-sense... Nice to be here.
  • TigerLilly
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    Hey LindaH!
    Where in Alaska? Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you will still exist, but you have ceased to live. Samuel Clemens
  • LindaH
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    Hi
    I joined a little over a week ago. I think I posted here before but the boards looked different (?)I'm from Alaska. I'm 37. Pretty much locked in up here, but I did get out and see Further festival in 95. I hope I get around to chatting here some and getting to know folks.
  • bychance
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    Grateful wedding
    Nice dawg, I think I may slip our date on the inside of the ring :D
  • dawg440
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    Grateful wedding
    I actually got married on Jerry's B-day Aug 1, 1998, I figured there was no way I could forget that date!
  • randomusername
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    Hi
    I'm Pete. I'm a huge fan of the Dead, though have never seen them live due to my age (I'm only 21), but love jam bands in general. I record alot of local jam bands, do some music production, and record audio for film and television, all because I just love music. Maybe some day I'll tape a Lesh or Weir show. ----------------------------------- This machine kills fascists!
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    When A Man Loves A Woman
    What a song!No one can say it like Hunter..........
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Hey! I am Bamski from Brooklyn and I got on the bus in college and hit my first show in Pittsburg on 6-26-88 and hit about 30 shows along the way. Between the handful of DVDs and nearly 1000 digital songs, just about everyday is a different Dead show. Nothing like coming home from a long day at work and putting on some Dead and relaxing.
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Hi there. My name is Evan and I am from very nothern new york near Canada but am attending college in Buffalo. Just wanted to make a shout in the hopes of becoming part of this awesome community. Unfortunately, because I was born in '87 I was never able to see the Dead. However I love them. The first time I ever heard any real Dead (beside like Truckin' or something) was in a car coming back from a golf game. My cousin's boyfriend Jason popped in Dick's Picks 17 and turned it to Franklin's Tower. I don't know whether is was Hornsby's piano or Jerry's guitar but I was blown away. I have been a hardcore fan ever since. The closest I have come since to seeing the Dead is seeing Ratdog at the FLPC center in Geneva. Shout out to anyone who was there. Take care all!
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Glad to see you here! Always good to see the youth on the bus. Since this topic is getting quite huge, I'm launching a new version here. We look forward to making your acquaintance, folks, so don't be shy!