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    Friday night, what are you drinking/listening to?

    Dales & the good ole Grateful Dead. Rockin' the Cradle. Cairo, Egypt 9/15-16, 1978. Gizah Sound and Light Theater.

    Bertha
    Good Lovin'
    Row Jimmy
    Minglewood
    Candyman
    LLR
    Deal
    Ollin Arageed
    Fire on the Mounatin
    Iko
    Miracle
    All Over Now
    Truckin'

    Live on DVD. Camera work isn't grreat but the sound is very good!
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    Where we should go,
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    Gordon's for the palate and English Beat for the ears. Saw English Beat last night at the Ogden. They show was sooo good and they played so tight I can't get 'em out of my head.
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    shittiest friday night ever. drinking coffee and studying for finals of which i have two tomorrow.
    BMX: '00 S&M DBC
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    DH: '05 Giant Faith
    Road: '01 Giant TCR2
    Trail: '08 Rocky Mtn Slayer 70

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    Unfortunately, I am drinking 3 buck chuck and watching bench warmers right now (and checking MTBR every so often), rather than driving back from Buffalo Creek with the gang (long story why I couldn't go).

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    Oil cans and Fujiya and Miyagi. Working pretty well for me. Tough day on the slopes and thinking of riding something tomorrow. I dig these "whatcha drankin', whatcha tunin"? threads. keep em' coming.

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    90 Shilling and Stevie Ray Vaughan - tasty on both counts
    “Me fail english? Thats unpossible.” - Matt Groening

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr
    Gordon's for the palate and English Beat for the ears. Saw English Beat last night at the Ogden. They show was sooo good and they played so tight I can't get 'em out of my head.
    English Beat is still around and touring? Damn... Special Beat Service is one of my all time favorite albums, oops, I mean CD's, errrr... playlists on my Ipod. Yeah, that's it.

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    citizen cope, bacardi select and pepsi...
    been on the same fsr expert frame since new in 99. Ride because you love it, not to be a trendy a$$hole.

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    The Who Live at Kilburn 1977

    Moon's last full show. The house was shakin'. Great video and audio.

    It was great to see them again, especially Moon, and remind myself of just how powerful they were on stage.
    mtbmike
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    The world is run by those that show up....

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    And you were missed...

    Quote Originally Posted by andychrysler
    Unfortunately, I am drinking 3 buck chuck and watching bench warmers right now (and checking MTBR every so often), rather than driving back from Buffalo Creek with the gang (long story why I couldn't go).
    Was a super good ride, we missed ya! Oh on topic listened to string cheese "up the canyon" and had a very quick and chilly post ride Dales, Fulltrucker didn't quite get his down... I'll let him explain. BC rocks !!
    I'm a cowboy on a steel horse i ride!

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    Tried to drink a Dale's post-ride, but with a pinch of a cold/flu bug I've been fighting off for a few days, nothing in my belly since lunch, and a sweet-ass-sweet but fairly arduous ride in me I couldn't get 'er down... mi stomacho was doing FLIPS I tell ya!

    I did get some food in me and I feel much better though, and am fixing to download the new BRONX album right NOW and give that a go! Sadly, I won't be re-attempting any post-riding this evening if you know what I mean... and I think you do!

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    respectively

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    Isolation ale and watching topgear on youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewinkleman
    English Beat is still around and touring? Damn... Special Beat Service is one of my all time favorite albums, oops, I mean CD's, errrr... playlists on my Ipod. Yeah, that's it.
    I think they regrouped a year or 2 or 3 ago. The house was rockin'. Even played a few General Public songs. I agree on Special Beat Service. The new ska's got nothing on 2 Tone.
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    I forgot, but my head sure hurts today

    The bloating points to microbrews...
    Feeling my pulse in my head indicates maybe some red wine mixed in...
    The extreme dehydration, however, -huh- musta been some Gin n Juice as well.
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    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    listening to phish,
    drinking water,
    and hitting the vaporizor

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    1. whatever I can get my hands on
    2. the incessant wailing of little children
    A punctured bicycle
    on a hillside desolate,
    will nature make a man of me yet...
    -Morrissey

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    Still @ Werk so jamming to Internet tunes. I'll go with this for now. Hed pe. And, this band that just sent me a email to check them out. They're pretty cool from the 2 songs I just listened to.

    http://www.reverbnation.com/villebillies


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    Chimay
    Blind Melon, Live at the Palace
    "If we were Vikings, Rocky Mountain aspen stands would be our Vahalla and its singletrack our bounty" - Mtn Flyer Mag #14

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    'Yo...

    Had a FYI 'n' Goonybird, now it'sa 'Big Sky' IPA 'n' Kelly Willis...
    MY dog can lick YOUR dog!

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    Canadian Club and whatever I can find to mix with it.

    I have 3 kids so that is what I have been listening to all night long. They are finally asleep so now it's me time but I'm ready to go to bed.

    ....One of these days I'll meet up with the TIT'S club . I need to get a light.

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