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    marye
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    Started by dstache
    Here is a flash drive filled with 14 FLAC Hunter's Trix! Most are recent releases. The shows included are:
    7/1/73
    6/21/76
    6/22/76
    6/28/76
    6/29/76
    11/1/79
    11/2/79
    3/10/81
    8/6/82
    9/18/82
    10/15/84
    6/22/85
    9/15/85
    2/14/86

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  • February 16, 2021 - 2:43pm
    DarklordBerto
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    JohnRParker5

    I received the flash drive and have everything copied, it’s ready to send out but I haven’t gotten a response to my DM to JohnRParker5 so posting here to see if he see it. Drop me a message with a shipping address.

  • February 7, 2021 - 10:19am
    dstache
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    This went out to…

    This went out to DarklordBerto yday. Enjoy!

  • February 3, 2021 - 9:27am
    marye
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    and if you want to sign up
    you copy the existing signup list, add your name at the bottom, and put it in a new post, and eventually the person ahead of you will be in touch.
  • February 2, 2021 - 6:31pm
    icecrmcnkd
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    Otis

    Vines were popular 15 years ago or more (digital age, post analog tape days, but before people had high speed internet) where a DVD-R containing audio or video data files was snail-mailed around. Upon receipt you made a copy to a hard drive, then mailed the DVD-R to the next person on the list.
    There were show lists on philzone where you would sign up and the DVD-R would eventually reach your mailbox.
    This vine has replaced the DVD-R with a flash drive that will get mailed around.

  • February 2, 2021 - 6:17pm
    dstache
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    Otis

    What do you want to know, Otis? The way a vine works is one person creates it and sends it to the first person who signs up. That person copies the shows then sends it on the next person, who does the same thing. It's fun!

  • February 2, 2021 - 1:31pm
    Strider 808808
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    Yes please

    By the way, I just read Mother American Night by John Perry Barlow. I must have crossed paths with the man 50 years ago give or take a couple years and never knew who he was. Its amazing we didn’t have a head on. Of course the same was probably true for Robert Hunter. I love to read.
    Meanwhile, back to Kerouac.

  • February 2, 2021 - 10:23am
    Thats_Otis
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    I'd be interested!

    I am not sure what this might entail, but I would be interested to learn more!

    Peace

  • February 2, 2021 - 9:42am
    marye
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    signups so far:
    (1) DarklordBerto
    (2) JohnRParker5
    (3)
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Here is a flash drive filled with 14 FLAC Hunter's Trix! Most are recent releases. The shows included are:
7/1/73
6/21/76
6/22/76
6/28/76
6/29/76
11/1/79
11/2/79
3/10/81
8/6/82
9/18/82
10/15/84
6/22/85
9/15/85
2/14/86
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(2) JohnRParker5
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By the way, I just read Mother American Night by John Perry Barlow. I must have crossed paths with the man 50 years ago give or take a couple years and never knew who he was. Its amazing we didn’t have a head on. Of course the same was probably true for Robert Hunter. I love to read.
Meanwhile, back to Kerouac.

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What do you want to know, Otis? The way a vine works is one person creates it and sends it to the first person who signs up. That person copies the shows then sends it on the next person, who does the same thing. It's fun!

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Vines were popular 15 years ago or more (digital age, post analog tape days, but before people had high speed internet) where a DVD-R containing audio or video data files was snail-mailed around. Upon receipt you made a copy to a hard drive, then mailed the DVD-R to the next person on the list.
There were show lists on philzone where you would sign up and the DVD-R would eventually reach your mailbox.
This vine has replaced the DVD-R with a flash drive that will get mailed around.

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you copy the existing signup list, add your name at the bottom, and put it in a new post, and eventually the person ahead of you will be in touch.
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I received the flash drive and have everything copied, it’s ready to send out but I haven’t gotten a response to my DM to JohnRParker5 so posting here to see if he see it. Drop me a message with a shipping address.