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  • December 7, 2020 - 11:28am
    pgoeltz
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    cookies

    "Whose Oatmeal/Chocolate Chip/Raisin/Banana Cookies are Legendary"
    Steve Silberman & David Shenk, Skeleton Key: A Dictionary for Deadheads
    http://web.archive.org/web/20020121215020/http://home.earthlink.net/~pg… pgoeltz@yahoo.com

  • July 23, 2020 - 9:17am
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    https://www.etsy.com/shop…

    https://www.etsy.com/shop/DeeDensmoreStudio
    https://www.deedensmorestudio.com/

    I make fun custom art for cd covers, event posters, characters, t shirts, stories etc. with a sixties vibe inspired by peace, love, chickens and the Grateful Dead. Thank you for the opportunity to share my work here.

  • March 9, 2020 - 2:22pm
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    St. Patrick's Day Tape Cover Dead Shirt!

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/770902384/green-bertha-grateful-dead-tape-…

    This skull and roses Grateful Dead tape cover t-shirt casts a distinctly Irish hue into your St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Perfect in a pub; best in a bar; great in a glen! Order today to get it before St. Patrick's Day!

    This Shmogger's Den Tape Cover art was created circa 1993 and festooned a tape of the legendary 6/7/77 show at Winterland. (Roses added later.)

  • March 9, 2020 - 1:34pm
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    Tape Cover Puzzles

    Hey Now, family! My online shop, SHMOGGER'S DEN (www.shmoggersden.com) (www.etsy.com/shmoggersden) offers jigsaw puzzles of my old decorated tape covers.

    I also have shirts, mugs and posters of my tape cover art from 20+ years ago. Furthur-more, I make the same sort of setlist art with computer graphic design. Shmogger's Den is the only place for tape cover puzzles in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD!

    Seeing as how we're all gonna be self-quarantining, what better way to pass the time than with GD-themed puzzles? (Oh yeah, and Phish too!)

    On the other hand, puzzles are great for parties, with friends working together on different sections of the puzzle. People stroll by, place a few pieces, and stroll off. The whole group feels a sense of satisfaction when it's done. Will the group finish it before the party favors run out?

    Any Shmogger’s Den Puzzle will spark up your living room, and they make UNIQUE GIFTS for your jamband friends or relatives!

    Here are some examples of tape cover art / setlist art / song-themed art from www.shmoggersden.com:

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/755915233/puzzle-madison-wi-21573-grateful…

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/660135027/puzzle-fillmore-east-nyc-21370-g…

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/749565546/puzzle-cornell-5877-grateful-dea…

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/662106259/puzzle-not-fade-away-grateful-de…

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/753674928/puzzle-dead-company-123119-jigsa…

    Custom order request? Contact me at Shmogger@ShmoggersDen.com to discuss your wishes; desires; favorite show; favorite song; favorite dinosaur, and whether your belly button is an innie or an outtie.

  • January 12, 2020 - 5:50am
    HippieShop com
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    Hippie Shop + Grateful Dead Morning Dew

    The classic Morning Dew Design now in a hoodie https://hippieshop.com/products/morning-dew-pullover-hoodie

    All of our Dead Merch https://hippieshop.com/collections/grateful-dead

  • December 27, 2019 - 7:50pm
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    Hey now! So I have been a…

    Hey now! So I have been a bad boy and in hindsight doing a crowdfunder on Indiegogo for The PowerHitter was against the rules. I hope this does not go down on my permanent record. Been kicked off the block. So I am doing it alone again naturally... If you want one come see me next week at the NYE shows or drop by www.thepowerhitter.com

    Supposed to be a reply to my post below. Doh!

  • December 23, 2019 - 5:36pm
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    How a Dead show in 1986 changed my life forever

    I remember getting on the bus Irvine April 12th 1986. A college buddy affectionately named Putz talked me into driving from ASU to Irvine Meadows. ROAD TRIP! Hell in a Bucket opened the set and my mind and I have been enjoying the ride ever since. That was the day I also discovered the most fun way to smoke a joint on Shakedown St. before the show!

    It transformed my life forever.

    You see, not only did I finally "get" the Grateful Dead- I fell in love with a smoke device I learned was called The PowerHitter.

    If you already know about it, you are going to be stoked because I'm bringing them back! I'll have some in SFO for NYE if you want to meet up.

    If you have never heard of it, allow me to turn you on to it.

    It looks like a small water bottle. You put a lit joint into the cap, secure it inside the bottle, cover the carb/hole, and just grip it and rip it. It shoots a steady stream of smoke out of it's special nozzle. Instant shotgun-power-hits. It was love at first sight as I love to smoke joints.

    Problem was close to 10 years ago right before I went to see The Dead, The Doobies, and The Allman Brothers at The Gorge in George, I lost my PowerHitter in a freak beach accident when my Dad to me on a cruise to St. Maarten. Maho beach. Google it.

    Anyhow...I searched everywhere for a replacement and couldn't find them. The original company stopped making them years ago and the knock offs I did find were terrible.

    FINALLY I decided to take matters into my own hands and re-create them and my paint masterpiece.

    Like the timeless music of The Grateful Dead, The PowerHitter is that rare "thing" that brings people together because it's so much fun to use and share with friends. I made a whole bunch and they sold out. I had to order more and sold out again. So now I need to raise some more money to order more and get new tools done. I have a container of them coming in by end of month and need to sell them as quick as I can to get more before Chinese New Years kicks in or we are Power-hit-less.

    Would you like to try one? Holler at me and see you NYE.

    Click https://igg.me/at/powerhitterco to find out about my crowdfunding project - and please support us any way you can. And, please share with your friends. See you on down the road.

  • September 5, 2019 - 12:00am
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    hand made 13 Pointed Bolt wall hanging

    I have a piece that I made recently which is done with wood, acrylic, and epoxy, using the Lichtenberg technique. If you aren't familiar with it, it is a method of electrocuting wood with high voltage. In this case, I used a microwave transformer, which is about 2,500 volts and 400 milliamps. I also used a neon sign transformer which is 15000 volts, but only 35 milliamps. The amps are really the dangerous part.

    Unlike burning into wood with an electric wood burner, this is more like if you can picture attaching 2 jumper cables and then turning it on. so you can't really control it other than turning it off and on and minor things like using magnets or different levels of solution (there are many varieties you can make, which are things like borax or baking soda mixed with water to create an electrolyte solution that help aid they electricity travel across the top of the normally non-conductive wood). I used a piece of 2“ thick pine, made it into a circle then carved out the 13 pointed star in the middle by hand.
    After that I Lichtenberged it, creating the fractal patterns (some say they look like electricity, or trees, or blood vessels, or river deltas from above, or lightning, etc etc). I then clean them out, as charcoal is produced, and then sand it
    After that I painted the red and the blue sections lightly with acrylic as if it were a stain. I then make a barrier or dam around the outside of it and poor epoxy into the center, three different times (about 1/2 inch or so each time) over the course of a few days has it needs to dry and cure each time. I also had in Rare Earth Minerals which are basically powdered metallic pigments. So each time I did the poor in the lightning bolt I used a Pearl White, and two different types of red on the red side and two different types of blue on the blue side all while by hand swirling them into little spirals throughout before the epoxy has time to dry creating depth and patterns. I also put some iridescent pigment inside the bolt itself to react to certain lighting.
    The last step is a final pour of epoxy over the entire thing all while keeping it level and letting it's just barely drip over the sides too in case it and make it smooth.
    The final step is to sand it and polish it. All in all it took about three weeks. Hopefully you will be able to see it and if you are anyone you know would be interested or likes it or has ideas made like commissioned I'd be happy to help!

    CONTACT ME FOR QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, OR ANYTHING!
    https://i.pinimg.com/564x/85/3e/b6/853eb626a39a7ac5aa710b82a30cd988.jpg
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  • January 29, 2019 - 12:56pm
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    I have an extra ticket for a…

    I have an extra ticket for a camping spot June 6-9th at the Gorge. It is located in Standard Camping. Just want to get the money I invested in it: $99.50. Let me know if you are interested.

  • December 7, 2018 - 11:36am
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    testing...
    just making sure...
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Post your links to the stuff you make and sell.
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2 great shirts from the Furthur 2010 Tour A purple tie dye with the cities and dates on the back A brown, yellow and purple V tie dye with Furthur on the front and back Also alot of old tour shirts too.... allcollegestuff.com
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Deadheads! We met many of you at the Spring 2010 Furthur show in Broomfield, Colorado (Denver). If you loved our jewelry and want to re-connect with us, please visit our website http://www.morrisonjewelry.com Or stop by our boutique in Morrison, Colorado on your way up to Red Rocks. We'd love to see you all again. ~ Terrapin Dave Owner/artist Morrison Jewelry
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hello yall, please give my art a looksy, i have cheap bertha artist prints, and some very nice originals of bertha, jerry, MLK, BB King, and more.thanks and keep on keepin' on! http://www.mrsetser.etsy.com
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My blanket is spread... I don't get upset when the kid's and dogs wander on the shirts... but adults? Creating and Teaching Tie Dyes at a parking lot near you since 1985. Galen's Tie Dye Workshop @ http://www.tiedyeworkshop.com 10% of all orders benefits The Vermont Food Bank.
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Hi all. Please take a second and check out our goods and get ready for your summer Furthur love. We make straight forward, reasonably priced dyes and we donate 5% of every order to VH1 Save The Music Foundation. Thanks in advance and we'll see you guys this summer! Seth & Amanda http://www.thecolorwerx.com
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I'm taking the family (my wife and I, and 2 boys: 9 and 12) to the Lowell, MA show later this month and am wondering what to expect in the parking lot. My elder son has been into making wallets, cell phone cases and such, out of duct tape for family and friends. i told him he should embellish them with a lightening bolt or two and try to hawk them outside the show. I went to 70 or 80 shows between '79 and the passing of Jerry, and to me the parking lot was always almost as enjoyable as the concert. But I've since been on "hiatus", and I don't know what the current scene is like. I remember that, as it got into the 90's, things were degenerating, with lots of yahoos and nitrous and whatnot. I want to know if this minor league ball field parking lot would be a safe and happy place for the family to show up 2 or 3 hours early, do some tailgating, watch the crowd, and maybe sell some handmade wallets without getting hassled. What do you all think?
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Post this in the Furthur threads. I've seen one vote for "too much excess" and the rest of the votes have been positive vis-a-vis families with a small percentage of real concerns from parents. Different venues will have different vibes depending on who shows up.
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I found someone's vending wares at the Further Festival at Mountain Air in Angels Camp. 5/10If you know anyone who lost their stuff please have them contact me to identify. They have a small child too based on other stuff left with it. I am sure they want it back Thanks crazimama
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Hey everyone!It would be an honor if you would take a moment and visit our webpage - www.ShamanicHarmonics.com. We make chemistry/molecular-based art and jewelry using mixed media like LSD blotter art and other fun things...We are also actively looking for partners in the community to help us vend in other locations - either head shops or traveling vendors - visit our purchasing page to learn about our wholesale opportunities. All this is still developing through the love and support of this community :) Come grow with us! Been on tour for many years and recently started up this little shakedown vending thing, born from the community, family and experiences I've had over the past 20 years on the road. Light and Love, J Shamanic Harmonics Psychedelic Art & Jewelry Laboratory www.shamanicharmonics.com
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Hey everybody, I'm wondering if anybody knows what shakedown will look like at the upcoming shows...I'm hoping Camden will rage! What about Coney Island, Jim Thorpe and the Mann Center?? Good vending scene or bust??
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Hey now.. lots of grate shows are coming up this Summer. So what are YOU gonna be feeding your family? How about some Good Food and Good Karma? Now in its 15th year, the one and only Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook is still going strong and wants to be your tour buddy. Full of yummy recipes for touring, camping, and home, all proceeds go to the Rex Foundation and to SEVA. No profits, no corporate trips, just good food for good people. Sold by mail order only (except the good folks at Type B Tie-Dye Studios in New Hope, PA), skip that creepy fast food while you're on the road. Instead, Eat well, Be Kind! Order yours today! May the four winds blow you safely home, - Beth =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Beth Livingston Author of Kind Veggie Burritos - The Cookbook zenrose@nc.rr.com http://www.kindveggieburritos.com Become a KVB Fan on Facebook: http://bit.ly/7s42zr "Without love in the dream, it'll never come true." . . . . . . Thank you, Jerry . . . . . . . . . . .
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nice to see you and the KVB in these parts!
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Thanks for the Hey, Mary! Good to see you, too! Happy Summer! xxxoxo! - Beth +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+ Beth Livingston Author of Kind Veggie Burritos: The Cookbook Recipes for Deadheads, all proceeds go to Rex & SEVA http://www.kindveggieburritos.com zenrose@nc.rr.com "Without love in the dream, It'll never come true.."
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I wonder if anyone would be interested in buying fresh "seabird guano"? I have good access to it. It is a wonderful fertilizer though I'm not sure if it needs to be aged or not, I guess you could make a tea from it.
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after it ruined my life :(Should of sold it sooner mabe things would be different today...
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Please send 5 kilos of bird guano to me in Chandler, AZ (otherwise known as Tweekerville).How much for a "rush" order? Can send a money order. Is this organic seabird shit? Have you been following these birds around? Anna History's Page will be neatly carved in stone The future's here, we are it. we are on our own!
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Am soo sad and sorry to read that!! ********************************** By trying we can easily learn to endure adversity -- another man's I mean. Mark Twain
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I was there - great show! Mint framed original Lake Placid poster...serious offers only.
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I remember following the progress of your deli on dead.net when it opened. It has been a rough couple of years for most of us. Keep your chin up. Possitive vibes to you }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}
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Hey Now, Just a shout out to all you Chicago area heads to let you know that Sunshine Daydream Hippie Shop has moved from Mt. Prospect, IL to a new and improved location in Lake Zurich, IL. Check us out for the largest selection of Grateful Dead gear in the entire Chicagoland area. You'll also find CD's, DVD's, and even vinyl by your favorite jambands. Our retail store is open: Mon - Fri Noonish - 9pm Sat. 11am - 7pm Sun. Noon - 6pm You can also visit us on the web at http://www.sunshinedaydream.biz or http://www.hippiegeneralstore.com May the four winds blow you safely home... Sunshine Daydream Chicago 708 S. Rand Rd. Lake Zurich, IL 60047 847-550-9999
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I live in IL and next time I'm in Lake Zurich I'll stop in and check you out. Just starting a tie dye shirt biz and would love some help...love your site. CC ♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥ Twirly Banner
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I live in IL and next time I'm in Lake Zurich I'll stop in and check you out. Just starting a tie dye shirt biz and would love some help...love your site. CC ♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥~♥ Twirly Banner
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I've been selling my hats and tams at shows for decades (geez I'm old) and I've always done great and ended up doing mostly special orders. Has anyone tried Etsy yet? There's some dead and 'hippie' stuff out there but it's pretty straight crafts overall. Feel free to criticize my shop :) http://www.etsy.com/shop/MirabilisColors
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Little Kids Rock is a charity that Bob Weir supports - it brings free rock n roll instruments and education to underfunded public schools nationwide. Grateful Dead artist, Stanley Mouse painted a guitar for a unique charity auction that will furnish thousands of children with free instruments and lessons! Bid on this guitar and many more between Oct. 1 and Oct. 21 to get your hands on one-of-a-kind pieces of rock n roll memorabilia. www.littlekidsrock.org/auction.html
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that's quite a guitar! Actually I like quite a few of them.
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The charity auction for the Stanley Mouse guitar ends in 1 week.If you're in a bidding frame of mind, the cause is good and you won't see this on the rack at Guitar Center! Check it out!
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The holiday season is right around the corner and we are going to start it off right with a special offer for deadheads. Visit our website at http://www.sunshinedaydream.biz, and when you spend more than $100, we'll not only give you a Free 2011 Official Grateful Dead calendar, we will also give you Free shipping on your order. If you're in the Chicago area, check out our store in Lake Zurich. Spend more than $100 at our shop and you'll get a Free 2011 Official Grateful Dead calendar too. Sunshine Daydream Chicago is a hippie general store, where you'll find CDs to Incense, Posters to Tie Dye, and everything in between... May the four winds blow you safely home... Sunshine Daydream Chicago 708 S. Rand Rd. Lake Zurich, IL 60047 847-550-9999
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Hey all, I'm new to this site, but not to the scene. Some of you may know me from the lot and festivals over the years. I make various sized peace signs (and other stuff) from recycled lumber. My little website: www.unwantedwood.com If you see my booth at a festival, stop by to say hello! Peace Steve
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Dad and STANLEY grew up drawing Rat cars together.Also why i have Stanley's Mock ups and first run's and proofs posters. From when Mom Closed the Mouse house. She sold me all the Gems for Pennys. Mom was way kool the first head shop in Michigan grew to 3 then went to europe with stuff. Mom was so cool if you looked right she would open the drawer with pipes and paper and the Roach clips thank you for fingers. Mom was one of the Greats. How did Dad wind up such a wiener having cool friends:):)
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Hi! Im new to this forum but ive aways loved the dead! My wife and i have a site where we sell our handmade patchwork corduroy clothing and other items, all homemade by ourselves, many of which have a Dead flavor Please stop on by and check us out! WWW.HummbleBee.com thanks for your support!!
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www.ShamanicHarmonics.com Hey there everyone! I just found this part of the forum and wanted to share a link to our website. We're a (Very) small Family owned and operated business and we're trying to get the word out on some of our handmade art and jewelry in time for the holidays. Maybe you'll think of us for your holiday shopping (we can do small bulk orders and get you a nice discount - see the pricing page on the website.) The website does not have any links to buy anything, but if you do a little searching you can find our Purchasing/Pricing page and then e-mail us directly (SORRY! Just learning the web design thing!). Anyway here is a list of some of the things you'll find on our site: - LSD Blotter Art Pendants that glow in the dark (They're all $20 each or 2 for $30) - Psychedelic Molecule pendants that glow in the dark (same pricing - molecules of MDMA, LSD, THC, Psilocybin, DMT) - LSD and Psilocybin molecule Iron On patches and other original artworks. Light and Love, J Shamanic Harmonics Psychedelic Art & Jewelry Laboratory www.shamanicharmonics.com
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I have a pretty outstanding BG 134, 2nd printing, signed by Lee Conklin, that I've been trying to move on ebay for about 3 weeks. This is the Fillmore West poster that was redone for the Santana album cover. It's framed and matted, but I can sell and ship without the frame and glass. http://www.etsy.com/listing/61585239/lee-conklin-bg-134-2nd-printing-si… This will make an outstanding holiday gift. Jay
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Hello to Everyone,I have recently been inspired to part with some of my collections... Right now I have to let a pair of American Beauty k2 Ski's go... They are original, and still in the wrapper. Time has been pretty kind to them, some of the plastic is splitting apart at the seems; but that just adds character... Feel free to send me a message on here, or an email to schotty456@gmail.com if you are interested... I also have some pictures of them upon request... Peace and Love to all the world!
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Anyone and everyone who orders from http://www.sunshinejoy.com is entered in a drawing for a copy of Grateful Dead-O-Poly signed by Bob Weir. Yes, that Bob Weir.* We've got tapestries, t-shirt, tie-dyes, hoodies, bandanas, incense, posters, mousepads, all tailored to the sense and sensibilities of todays discerning Deadhead. Have your own store and see something your customers would like? Sweet, order with a wholesale account and we'll get a lot out to you ASAP. *Just so we're clear: I do mean Bobby from the Dead and not Robert "Honest Bob" Weir of the Weir Auto Emporium
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where it was first posted: shoes On December 20th, 2010 Angel B said: Hey..I love your page and I am so proud to be a part of this community of colorful people, personalities and creativity..My boyfriend and I have a website where we sell our artwork shoes..These shoes have been in the making for 30 years and we have just put our artwork on high tops shoes and canvas shoes..Our website is www.cheapndumb.com..( dont let the name fool you!!'')..I think you will be surprised at the creativity of these shoes!..These shoes are unique in their design as you will not find these in any store or anywhere else but our site!!,,Check out our website and see the variety of designs we have to offer!..A friend named Kim told me and my boyfriend about your site ( says shes friends with all of you!!)..I think you will like what you see and we are taking orders now!! Thanks!..~Sunshine Daydream~!
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For all of you last minute folks in the Chicago area, Sunshine Daydream will be open on Christmas Eve from 9am - 4pm. Lots of Grateful Goodies for that special someone, or even yourself. If you spend more than $100 on Xmas Eve, we will even kick you down a 2011 Grateful Dead Calendar for free! May the four winds blow you safely home... Sunshine Daydream Chicago 708 S. Rand Rd. Lake Zurich, IL 60047 847-550-9999 http://www.sunshinedaydream.biz
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For all you Kindle owners out there, I recently published "The Hallucinogenic Bible", a novel, on Amazon.com. It is a fictionalized narrative of 3 college kids following their favorite band around the country for 4 weeks. It is based on 20 plus years of following the Dead, Phish, and Dead-related bands, and in the course of the narrative, it discusses the scene, music, drugs, cops, friendships, and spirituality entailed in it all. Thanks for letting me promote! http://www.amazon.com/The-Hallucinogenic-Bible-ebook/dp/B004IE9VOU/ref=… J.T. Gossard http://thehallucinogenicbible.blogspot.com/
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Howdy,I have this photo by Thomas Weir ( not Bobs brother) that I have been doing some research on.It seems he is the same artist that took the back album photo on AOXOMOXOA. It is an artists proof dated 1967.From my searches I have found it in a few museums.The picture is a framed print titled Renne Oracle.I know Mr Weir was not as prolific as the big 5,Mouse,Griffen ect.It was givin to me as a gift from the late Chesley Milliken. I know it has some value,I just need to be pointed in the right direction to someone that has some knowledge on this subject.It might be for sale if I can find a realistic value. Hopefully this is the correct forum to post this.
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Howdy,Thanks Marye,yeah Ive contacted Norton Simon and others but they wont do appraisals.That is the direction I am heading in.The locals here in Reno have no clue or desire to pursue.I figure there might be a Bay area art dealer who might be a better source.I need some leads before I go over the hill to SF.Anything would be welcome.Thanks again George.
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I do all kinds of crafts but a few of my favorites are soaps I make with Hippie rubber duckys... I also make heating pads with Feed corn filled muslin pillows and all kinds of pillows cases for them,,,,Here is a link to some pics.. e mail me at Shugamagnollia@aol.com if you want. http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=611399&id=539470724&l=5051081cc5 . (~);} Have a GRATEFUL day (~);}