StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead

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StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« on: January 27, 2021, 08:32:40 pm »
StevieH,
Spring of 1979 i discovered the Grateful Dead....( ahem, ummm , errr ) completely drug free,
At the PBS station in San Francisco, KQED , a buddy of mine was the Audio engineer that would
record the Grateful Dead shows around the Bay Area. Berkeley, San Jose, Palo Alto...anyway.... Grateful Dead .1" 7/8 reel to reel tapes, ( first generation ) board copy Maxell II-s , off the floor acid laced copies.
Bottom line .... it was all about preserving the " History of the Grateful Dead "  .
Much as you have done for the Jungle, and i don't think the vast majority of Clones appreciate that fact.

I attended 192 Grateful Dead shows, in 22 States , in 3 Countries.
I have been a clone since Spring 1994, 1 tour-stop, 1 fax read, 1 " beef " read... run for my lame , " drug-test takes " , 100 times.

Not much of a resume in the Jungle, however,  i cannot say how much i appreciate what yourself, Stucknut.com, and the clones have meant over the decades to preserve the history or the Jungle.
Archieve it all, we love you.

On that note....... you know what is coming next.
Like all of us , we will not live forever.
Please do your best to archieve the Jungle, and Jim for future generations.
i have a hunch a hundred years from now .... they will listen to the Jungle,
and laugh ( perhaps to have a take , and not suck )

Peace, out

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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2021, 08:41:53 pm »
Bavis will not live forever.  :lol
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2021, 09:43:47 pm »
Do qwn anything valuable that I can have when you're dead?

To like remember you or something.
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2021, 09:55:48 pm »
StevieH,
Spring of 1979 i discovered the Grateful Dead....( ahem, ummm , errr ) completely drug free,
At the PBS station in San Francisco, KQED , a buddy of mine was the Audio engineer that would
record the Grateful Dead shows around the Bay Area. Berkeley, San Jose, Palo Alto...anyway.... Grateful Dead .1" 7/8 reel to reel tapes, ( first generation ) board copy Maxell II-s , off the floor acid laced copies.
Bottom line .... it was all about preserving the " History of the Grateful Dead "  .
Much as you have done for the Jungle, and i don't think the vast majority of Clones appreciate that fact.

I attended 192 Grateful Dead shows, in 22 States , in 3 Countries.
I have been a clone since Spring 1994, 1 tour-stop, 1 fax read, 1 " beef " read... run for my lame , " drug-test takes " , 100 times.

Not much of a resume in the Jungle, however,  i cannot say how much i appreciate what yourself, Stucknut.com, and the clones have meant over the decades to preserve the history or the Jungle.
Archieve it all, we love you.

On that note....... you know what is coming next.
Like all of us , we will not live forever.
Please do your best to archieve the Jungle, and Jim for future generations.
i have a hunch a hundred years from now .... they will listen to the Jungle,
and laugh ( perhaps to have a take , and not suck )

Peace, out

Geoff, in British Columbia
Ex Pacific Beach OG
Non twitter-user.

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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2021, 10:32:52 pm »
My goal is to be the David Lemieux of the Jungle.
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #5 on: January 27, 2021, 11:28:55 pm »
Clarify....
is David Lemieux, Mario Lemieux's daughter

signed, Wayne Gretzky
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #6 on: January 28, 2021, 08:14:21 am »
First concert i ever saw was the Dead and I have seen them 3 times.  Ventura Red Rocks and Ithica.

Good times bud.

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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #7 on: January 28, 2021, 09:12:27 am »
Clarify....
is David Lemieux, Mario Lemieux's daughter

signed, Wayne Gretzky

Close, he's the Grateful Dead archivist.  He does radio shows on SiriusXM 23 and releases Dave's Picks.
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #8 on: January 28, 2021, 04:08:15 pm »

I attended 192 Grateful Dead shows, in 22 States , in 3 Countries.
I have been a clone since Spring 1994, 1 tour-stop, 1 fax read, 1 " beef " read... run for my lame , " drug-test takes " , 100 times.

The Grateful Dead is your #Beroved  :koolaid

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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #9 on: January 28, 2021, 04:21:02 pm »
Homosexuality is a disgusting choice, made by warped influential parents, or mental retardation. Bumping dickheads together was not the way nature intended us to procreate. These are mentally challenged peoples that seriously need to be sent to a reeducation camp, or a state like Oregon, either way, they are disturbing and a bad influence on normal people.
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #10 on: January 28, 2021, 08:03:31 pm »
nice take BC, racked.

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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #11 on: January 28, 2021, 08:13:29 pm »
Clarify....
is David Lemieux, Mario Lemieux's daughter

signed, Wayne

@StevieH ,

i apologize for my poor sense of humour.
That inquiry was meant to ellict comments from non-hockey , non Deadheads.
I have a box full of " Dick"s Picks , bootleg Dead albums. and a suitcase full of 2nd and 3rd generation
cassettes. 
Once again... thank you for what you do for the Jungle.

Peace.

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Tramps like us, babe !!

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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #12 on: January 28, 2021, 11:46:06 pm »
Do qwn anything valuable that I can have when you're dead?

To like remember you or something.

I have a Brett Favre , Rookie Card, and a whole bunch of sweaty Tie-Dye tee-shirts from 1980 , if you want them.
Shipping , not included.
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2021, 12:21:46 am »
First concert i ever saw was the Dead and I have seen them 3 times.  Ventura Red Rocks and Ithica.

Good times bud.

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ahhh, Ventura County Fairgrounds,  next to the ocean.....one of my faves... i would hang out in the stables , camping, on those weekends.... nitrious oxide , and skinny-dipping and ... well... enough said.
Red Rocks.... What can i say... the  lights of Denver in the background, camping in Morrison," Chief Dosea"
3 days , at Red Rocks is a lifetime of happiness. I actually caught the Moody Blues there, also.
Ithica... did not get there. Long Island, yes... Happy to know you caught Jerry, and the band. Happy trails, my friend.

What a long , strange trip , it's been. !!
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Re: StevieH, the Jungle, and the Grateful Dead
« Reply #14 on: January 29, 2021, 08:25:29 am »
I want some Dicks Picks said many a stucknutter.  ;D

But in all seriousness,  Dicks Picks Vol. 1  Tampa 1973,  is stellar.

I have a couple more I haven't listened to in million years, too lazy to go find them, but my memory is the early ones were amazing, but I didn't care for the ones from the era where that broad ruined every song with her terrible singing, and not much into the keyboard heavy era in the 80s.

I experienced that drug users shanty town known as shakedown street couple times, did some nitrous baloons, tripped face, shpare a shpill, etc.  Blind reckless LSD soaked melon summer, mostly horrified by it but little bit of a smile.

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